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Immigration reform, evangelism in Uganda, home video reviews
Today’s news and a report on the current state of the immigration reform debate, plus: the last of the four-part series from Uganda with special correspondent Susan Olasky, home-video reviewer Phil Boatwright recommends a DVD on the story of Joseph and a film about Nazi art thefts, and more
Healthcare: Although people enrolled in Obamacare have health insurance, they are finding their doctors may not be part of their provider networks. Insurance companies are trying to keep premiums down by using fewer hospitals and physicians within their networks, which keeps administrative costs lower, but leaves some patients without their usual doctors.
al Qaida in Iraq: A House hearing looked into how the terrorist group al Qaida is taking over portions Iraq that cost the United States two trillion dollars and more than four thousand lives to liberate.
Evolution vs. creation: Bill Nye the Science Guy and the The founder of the Creation Museum debated this week, pitting evolution against creation science.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that U.S. stocks were mixed on Wednesday, while Asian stocks were higher.
The immigration reform debate continues
TW&E’s Jim Henry reports on the state of the immigration reform debate, providing insight from Christian leaders on biblically informed principles for the reform.
Door-to-door evangelism in Uganda
In the last of her four-part series from Uganda, special correspondent Susan Olasky reports on an evangelism-training ministry. Learn more about Uganda by reading "Africa's hinge," the cover story from the Feb. 8 issue of WORLD Magazine.