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Eyes in the Sky: Drones Coming to a City Near You
Drones may soon become common sights in the sky. They have the ability to open doors for new ways of doing business. But they also raise privacy concerns.
On Newswatch, May 8: The Price of Security: Boston renews privacy debate, Benghazi whistleblowers offer emotional testimony, and more.
As seen on "The 700 Club" May 7: The Price of Security: Boston revives privacy debate, Whistleblower says Benghazi a terror attack from 'get-go,' and more.
The Price of Security: Boston Renews Privacy Debate
Warren Holds Private Funeral to Avert Controversy
IRS Claims Americans Enjoy 'No Privacy' in Emails
Calif. Bill Would Require Warrant for Email Searches
Government Program to Monitor Emails, Web Surfing
As seen on The 700 Club, Jan. 31: Deadly storm system rips across South, Midwest, Tensions rise after Israel hits Syrian weapons convoy; Private missions restoring hope to NYC's homeless; and more.
Private Missions Restoring Hope to NYC's Homeless
When Hurricane Sandy hit New York City, thousands were forced from their homes. But shelters have been providing a place to sleep long before this crisis. They're also restoring hope.
Private Company Suing over Obamacare Mandate
Judge: Texas School Can't Expel Student over RFID Badge
On today's show, talking turkey: how to safely prepare your Thanksgiving dinner; Stephen Mansfield on Abraham Lincoln's private battle to believe, kids explain Thanksgiving in their own words; and more.
On today's show, we are talking turkey - how to safely prepare your Thanksgiving dinner; author Stephen Mansfield on Abraham Lincoln's private battle to believe, Kids explain Thanksgiving in their own words; and more.
Faith Struggle: Lincoln's Private Battle to Believe
A matter of safety or an invasion of privacy? Learn more about RFID tags for school children and see how just how intrusive this new system of surveillance really is.