New York Times editor fired, Hillary’s health, research that provides hopes for nightmares, a profile of an after-school teacher
Today’s news and a conversation with Marvin Olasky about the termination of Jill Abramson, plus: commentator Cal Thomas states the importance of the health of a presidential candidate, technology correspondent Michael Cochrane discusses new research which may provide hope for people with chronic nightmares, Susan Olasky profiles an after-school teacher in Central America, and more
Espionage: The Department of Justice has indicted 5 Chinese nationals, charging them with cyber espionage.
Approval: A new poll suggests that President Obama’s falling approval numbers will hurt Democrat chances in the upcoming midterm elections.
Healthcare: Obamacare supporters have repeatedly claimed that the debate over repealing the unpopular law has ended.
Marriage: Celebration and disappointment in Oregon after a federal judge throws out that state’s marriage amendment.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that stocks were generally up on Monday.
New York Times executive editor fired
WORLD News Group’s editor-in-chief Marvin Olasky discusses the recent termination of New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson.
Commentary: Hillary Clinton’s health
Commentator Cal Thomas says that the physical health of a person seeking a presidential bid is important.
Pleasant dreams: New research offers hope for chronic nightmares
Michael Cochrane covers science and technology news for TW&E.
What makes for a great teacher?
TW&E special correspondent Susan Olasky reports today on a teacher in an after-school program in Central America.