A conversation with K.T. McFarland, a lesson from the life of Fred Phelps, a Christian-based health clinic
Today’s news and TW&E’s Jim Henry talks with K.T. McFarland about Russia and the West, plus: commentator Cal Thomas shares his thoughts on Fred Phelps, special correspondent Susan Olasky profiles a Christian-based health clinic in Michigan, and more
Security summit: President Obama and his European counterparts decided to temporarily ban Russia from the G-8 group of nations for its takeover of Crimea.
Missing flight: Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak confirmed that Flight 370 crashed. New satellite analysis confirmed the airliner’s flight path took it into the southern Indian Ocean.
Mudslide: After a massive mudslide in Snohomish County, Washington, 8 people have been confirmed dead with over 100 missing.
Michigan unions: 24 hours after a Friday ruling allowing same-sex unions in Michigan, the 6th Circuit put that ruling on hold.
Nate Silver: Acclaimed pollster Nate Silver is no longer the darling of the left after making a prediction on ABC that Republicans would take the Senate in 2014.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that U.S. stocks were down on Monday.
A conversation with K.T. McFarland
TW&E’s Jim Henry discusses strategic energy resources, Russia, and the West with national security analyst K.T. McFarland.
Commentary: A lesson from the life of Fred Phelps
Commentator Cal Thomas discusses what can be learned from the life and death of Fred Phelps.
A Christian-based health clinic in Michigan
TW&E special correspondent Susan Olasky reports on the Covenant Community Health Center in Royal Oak, Mich., just north of Detroit. Read her related story “A job of consequence” from the March 22 issue of WORLD Magazine.