Feb. 11, 2014
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IRS testimony, Black History Month, the annual Movieguide Awards

Today’s news and an update and testimony on the IRS targeting scandal, plus: a look back to the Civil Rights Act of 1875, a report on the 22nd annual Movieguide Awards, and more

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Tuesday news

Obamacare delay: The Treasury Department announced another delay for corporations to enroll in part of the Affordable Care Act. Republicans are crying foul, saying the White House is favoring corporations above individuals who still must purchase insurance or pay a fine.

Univision and Hillary Clinton: It appears as though the Spanish language television network Univision is campaigning for Hillary Clinton in 2016. 

Hobby Lobby: Hobby Lobby officially filed legal briefs with the Supreme Court for their challenge against the Obamacare mandate. 

Chevrolet commercial: The car company’s newest commercial, which aired during the opening ceremonies of the 2014 Olympics, features a same-sex wedding. 

Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that stocks were sluggish Monday.

IRS testimony from Catherine Engelbrecht

An update on the probe into the IRS political targeting scandal as well as testimony from Texas businesswoman and political activist Catherine Engelbrecht before the House Oversight and Government Reform subcommittee.

Black History Month: The Civil Rights Act of 1875

Read speeches from the House of Representatives floor debate on the Civil Rights Act of 1875. President Ulysses S. Grant signed the Act on March 1, 1875. It was ruled unconstitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1883.

The 22nd annual Movieguide Awards

Learn more about the Movieguide Awards. Go here for a full listing of this year’s winners.

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