Legal roundup, the global warming argument, wearable technology, home video reviews
Today’s news and Mary Reichard discusses the issue of cell phone privacy and what the Supreme Court had to say about it, plus: commentator Cal Thomas wonders about the people who won’t accept arguments against global warming, technology reporter Michael Cochrane talks about a new trend in technology, home video reviewer Phil Boatwright recommends two animated films with good stories, and more
Lawsuit: House Speaker John Boehner is suing the president for what he calls an abuse of executive power.
Marriage: Federal courts have ruled against marriage laws in Utah and Indiana.
Clinton: Former president Bill Clinton is coming to his wife’s defense amidst criticism over her recent remarks about their wealth.
Downturn: Economists are on edge after the sharpest economic downturn in 5 years.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that the markets clearly were not panicked as stocks were up on Wednesday.
Supreme Court roundup
Legal-affairs correspondent Mary Reichard discusses a Supreme Court decision which covers two cases on the issue of cell phone privacy.
Commentary: The climate-change cult
Commentator Cal Thomas wonders what to do about people who refuse scientific evidence against the idea of global warming or climate change
Michael Cochrane reports on science and technology for WORLD News Group
Home video reviews: Animated features with good stories
Reviewer Phil Boatwright is the editor of PreviewOnline.org. He is also the author of Movies: he Good, the Bad, and the Really, Really Bad (CreateSpace, 2009).