'Hollywood ethics,' 'Prodigal Press,' school cheating in Ohio, a report from Uganda
Today’s news, plus Cal Thomas shares his opinion on the rescinded Ocscar nomination for the song “Alone Yet Not Alone” -- also: Warren Cole Smith discusses "Prodigal Press," a report on a public-school cheating scandal in Ohio, special correspondent Susan Olasky reports on African Bible University in Uganda, and more
Obamacare: According to the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, Obamacare will cost Americans millions of full-time jobs. The CBO also estimates fewer-than-expected Obamacare enrollees, fewer full-time workers and swelling deficits.
Target hacking: Top retail execs were called to Capitol Hill yesterday to explain how data from millions of credit and debit cards were stolen over the holidays. John Mulligan, CFO of Target, told the Senate Judiciary Committee his chain intends to do better.
Chris Christie: Although the media is making life difficult for the New Jersey Governor, he is firing back.
Global threats: The nation’s top security officials briefed Congress Tuesday on global threats to the United States.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that Wall Street was trading higher on Tuesday and all three indexes finished up.
Commentary: 'Hollywood ethics'
Commentator Cal Thomas discusses his skepticism regarding the decision to rescind the Academy Award nomination for the Christian-themed song “Alone Yet Not Alone.”
Warren Smith on 'Prodigal Press'
WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith delivers an address at the Heritage Foundation about the book Prodigal Press: Confronting the Anti-Christian Bias of the American News Media (P&R Publishing, 2013).
Heads roll after public-school cheating scandal in Columbus, Ohio
Joy Pullmann reports on a cheating scandal that has rocked the largest school district in Ohio.
Training future Christian leaders in Uganda
Special correspondent Susan Olasky reports on African Bible University in Kampala. Learn more about Uganda by reading "Africa's hinge," the cover story from the Feb. 8 issue of WORLD Magazine.