Video: 4 Top Headlines You Need to Know
WASHINGTON (AP)- Here’s a look at some of the top headlines you need to know this week.
1. POPE FRANCIS ADDRESSES CONGRESS
Several presidential candidates took time out from the campaign trail to attend a speech from Pope Francis to a joint session of Congress. While the Pope called for unity from America’s politicians, he also hammered home some points which not all of the GOP presidential hopefuls agree witH
2. DONALD TRUMP LEADING STILL LEADING IN NEW POLL
Donald Trump continues to lead the GOP presidential field, with 25 percent support among Republicans nationwide, according to a Quinnipiac Poll released Thursday.
3. PLANNED PARENTHOOD DISPUTE EXCLUDED FROM SPENDING BILL
A spending bill that does not include the Planned Parenthood dispute is expected to easily clear the Senate next week by a wide bipartisan margin, meaning a government shutdown could be unlikely.
4. EPA TO CHANGE DIESEL TESTS TO THWART CHEATING
The shift could include on-road testing, a response to Volkswagen’s ability to fool tests done on treadmill-like devices called dynamometers in the agency’s labs.