May 1, 2014
The World and Everything in It

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The Unknown Known, faith and policy, the annual National Day of Prayer

Today’s news and a movie review from WORLD News Group’s Megan Basham, plus: commentator Cal Thomas discusses the faith of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, an observance of the National Day of Prayer, and more

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Thursday news

Benghazi: The Obama administration wasted little time downplaying revelation of  White House involvement in promoting the story that the al Qaeda linked assault was instead a protest over a video.

Air pollution: The Supreme Court’s ruling on cross-state air pollution has conservatives fuming.

Economy: It appears that the economy nearly slowed to a standstill in the first quarter of this year.

Markets: WORLD News Group business reporter Warren Cole Smith reports that stocks were mixed on Wednesday. 

National Day of Prayer: Oklahoma congressman James Lankford is urging believers everywhere to participate in today’s National Day of Prayer.

Movie review: The Unknown Known

WORLD News Group film critic Megan Basham discusses The Unknown Known, an unapologetically left-wing critique of Rumsfeld’s actions in Iraq. 

Read Megan’s review for WORLD News Group here.

Commentary: Faith and policy

Commentator Cal Thomas discusses the faith of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

The annual National Day of Prayer

Former Navy Rear Adm. Barry Black has served as chaplain of the United States Senate since 2003.

Today’s “national observance” of the National Day of Prayer—at the Cannon House Office Building in Washington, D.C.—will be live streamed from 9 a.m. until Noon Eastern Time.

May 1, 2014
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