President Obama on Gaza and Israel conflict, drug education today, Shakira's popularity on Facebook and much more

Today, we begin with the latest on the Malaysian Airlines crash site in eastern Ukraine. We also take a look at President Obama's call for a ceasefire after two weeks of conflict in Gaza and Israel. Plus, 'The Book of Unknown Americans': A novel about the immigrant story and much more.
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