Cynthia Armstrong: On Behalf of Animals

The Oklahoma director of the Humane Society of the United States talks about how she became an animal welfare advocate, the biggest issues here with animal treatment, and what laws need to change or be added.

Oklahoma Schools Beset by High Principal Turnover

Nearly three-fourths of principals at Oklahoma schools have been in their positions for five years or less. The average stay for principals at high-poverty, high-minority schools is four years. The turnover can disrupt schools’ ability to retain teachers and advance student achievement.

Steve Green: The Bible and the State

Steve Green, president of Hobby Lobby, is the driving force behind the Museum of the Bible, a 430-,000-square-foot facility scheduled to open in November in Washington, D.C. Green talks about the museum’s purpose and his view of the relationship between the Bible and the U.S. government.