American victims of foreign terror make their case before the Supreme Court, the IRS is rolling out new tax tables, and this week marks anniversaries for Volkswagen Beetle production and Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Today, WORLD correspondent Jill Nelson reports on the Trump administration's decisions to suspend legal status for thousands of immigrants. Plus: Michael Cochrane reports about a program helping prison inmates prepare for life after prison by teaching tech skills.
Today on the Legal Docket, Mary Reichard explains a case that asks where to draw the line on warrantless searches of your digital life. Plus: The jobless rate remains 4.1% for the third straight month, the lowest since 2000.
Today, Emily Whitten recommends a book to help build a stronger Christian worldview. Plus: Janet Kelly of Virginia's Kids Belong discusses the reasons behind the increase in the number of children in foster care.
Today, Jill Nelson reports on the risks taken by Afghan citizens who serve as translators for the U.S, Army. Plus: WORLD East Asia reporter June Cheng explains Beijing's plan to rid the city of migrant workers.