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American knowledge about WWII, the fault with ‘The Fault in our Stars,’ the tenth anniversary of Ronald Reagan’s death
Today’s news and commentator Cal Thomas examines a study about Americans’ knowledge of WWII and D-Day, plus: WORLD News Group film critic Emily Whitten reviews ‘The Fault in our Stars,’ remembering the tenth anniversary of Ronald Reagan’s death, and more
Broken law: The debate in Washington continues over whether the Obama administration broke the law by not giving Congress sufficient notice of a prisoner exchange with the Taliban.
Obamacare: Despite Obama’s 2010 promise that health insurance premiums would decrease under Obamacare, anew reports suggest they’re rising sharply in many places.
Medicine: A top candidate to take the reins at the VA says we’re heading toward socialized medicine.
Runoff election: The GOP Senate primary in Mississippi is headed for extra innings.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that stocks were up on Wednesday as the S&P 500 hit a record high, but the economic news was mixed.
Commentary: Do people know about D-Day?
Commentator Cal Thomas takes a look at a study suggesting that Americans aren’t being taught as much about D-Day as they once were.
The fault with ‘The Fault in our Stars’
WORLD News Group film critic Emily Whitten discusses the problems plaguing the new summer blockbuster ‘The Fault in our Stars.’