The genocide in Iraq, taking action at the border, the 2014 Index of Culture and Opportunity, WORLD’s 9th annual Hope Award for Effective Compassion, Summer Vacations and Destinations, offbeat news
Today’s news and an address from Congressman Frank Wolf on the violence in Iraq, plus: commentator Cal Thomas praises Texas Governor Rick Perry, a profile of Compassion International for WORLD’s 9th Hope Award for Effective Compassion, TW&E listener talks about his family vacation to Niagara Falls, Albin Sadar reports on offbeat news, and more
Obamacare: According to the Government Accountability Office, Obamacare subsidies are vulnerable to fraud.
Border crisis: House Republicans are pushing their alternative to president’s proposal to address the border crisis.
IRS: Those missing Lois Lerner emails might not be lost after all.
Hamas: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says his country appreciates Christian support in the current conflict with Hamas.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith the markets were mixed on Wednesday.
The genocide in Iraq
An address from Congressman Frank Wolf from the House floor about the situation in Iraq, which he terms a “crime against humanity.”
Commentary: Taking action
Commentator Cal Thomas praises Texas Governor Rick Perry for his decision to send the National Guard to the Texas border.
Heritage Foundation’s 2014 Index of Culture and Opportunity
The Heritage Foundation’s 2014 Index of Culture and Opportunity looks at 31 indicators to determine the health of American society.
WORLD’s 9th annual Hope Award for Effective Compassion
Today the last of three reports showcasing Compassion International, the winner in our International category. Learn more about the Hope Award competition at WNG.org/compassion.
Summer Vacations and Destinations
Today listener Dennis Daise recalls a 1966 family trip to Niagara Falls, when he was 10 years old.
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Offbeat newsbeat: America’s fastest roller coaster, and more
Reporter/commentator Albin Sadar cover stories that are slightly off the beaten path.