NCAA Pay

      The National College Athletic Association, or NCAA, is facing a new way of doing business that’s never officially been part of the play book. A Supreme Court ruling gives student athletes the opportunity to cash-in on their sport - and potentially get a slice of the multi-billion-dollar profits. Lisa Fletcher takes a look at what many college athletes call a victory. Kaleb McGary: I'm far from believing that college athletes should be rich by any means.

      Five for Fighting

      Through time, songwriters have pulled from heart-wrenching current events for inspiration. Today, we visit with John Ondrasik, who is better known as Five for Fighting. His famous song Superman became an anthem for 9/11 heroes. Now he's writing about Afghanistan. Music video “Superman (It's Not Easy)”: I can't stand to fly. I'm not that naïve. I'm just out to find. John Ondrasik: Superman, I wrote when I was hitting the wall of the music business.

      Bad for Business

      In much of America, life has slowly slipped back into some semblance of normalcy after COVID-19 changed the world. And unless you live in a border town, you might not know about a strange holdover that’s devastating thousands of businesses. Amid the border crisis where record numbers of illegal immigrants are seemingly greeted with open arms, legal travelers from Mexico are restricted— if they want to come by car or on foot. Today, how that's costing the U. S. billions.

      Vaccine Mandates

      Covid-19 vaccine mandates have set up the ultimate showdown. If you don't comply, you might not be able to earn a living, get an education or take part in society. Already, there are mass firings, resignations and lawsuits. Now, a national mandate is on the way. Never before has the federal government mandated vaccination for such a large segment of society. And the resulting debate over freedom, science and government control is creating chaos from coast to coast.

      Amish Covid

      When it comes to actions taken to address the Covid-19 threat, hindsight is still very much underway. For your consideration: a story and outcome you probably aren't hearing much about anywhere else. It takes place in the heart of Amish country. Lancaster County, Pennsylvania: thousands of families lead lives largely separate from modern America. The Amish are a Christian group that emphasizes the virtuous over the superficial. They don’t usually drive, use electricity, or have TVs.

      Tribal Triumph

      A U. S. Supreme Court decision you may not have heard about has upended the criminal justice system in Oklahoma. It effectively said a historical glitch in procedures means millions of acres of Oklahoma is under control of the Indian population. Lisa Fletcher reports the implications stretch far and wide. Tahlequah, Oklahoma: a small city with a big influence. This is the capital of two Indian tribes, including the Cherokee. It seems idyllic.