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A presidential hopeful, an out-of-step professor, Warren Cole Smith delivers a commencement address
Today’s news and a speech on retirement security from Marco Rubio, plus: a profile of a professor out-of-step with liberal academia, a commencement address by WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith, and more
Benghazi: Two former Obama administration officials have come out in support of the House Select Committee on Benghazi.
PBS: PBS passed up perhaps the juiciest political news nugget out of Washington lately.
HGTV: Support is growing for two brothers who had a tv show cancelled by HGTV because of their faith.
Nigeria: Christians in Nigeria’s capital are praying for the hundreds of girls abducted last month by the radical Islamist group Boko Haram.
Business/economy: Mixed results on Wall Street Tuesday.
Marco Rubio, presidential candidate
Florida Senator Marco Rubio showed off his presidential profile, delivering an address on retirement security at the National Press Club in Washington.
A long-time professor out-of-step with liberal academia
TW&E special correspondent Susan Olasky profiles 82-year-old Gene Burd, retiring this summer after more than four decades at the School of Journalism at the University of Texas at Austin. He got his first job as a reporter in 1953 and began teaching in 1959.
A commencement address by WORLD News Group’s Warren Smith
Warren Cole Smith is vice president of WORLD News Group. He spoke at Toccoa Falls College in North Georgia.