Legal Docket, Dollars and Sense, 100 years since The Great War
Today’s news and legal-affairs correspondent Mary Reichard discusses the latest on marriage in the courts and abortion business buffer zones, plus: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith talks about the current state of the economy and the business sector, commentator Paul Kengor shares thoughts on “the war to end all wars,” and more
Ebola patient: A medical team in Georgia is now treating the first-ever Ebola patient in North America.
Immigration reform: Florida Republican Senator Marco Rubio says Congress can’t pass an immigration reform bill because Republicans just don’t trust the president to secure the border.
Israel/Palestine: The war in Gaza is entering a new phase as Israel re-deploys its troops along the border.
Conversion therapy: A federal judge in New Jersey has dismissed another lawsuit challenging the state's ban on gay conversion therapy.
Legal Docket: The marriage battle, abortion buffer zones, and a culturally significant census bureau report
In this week’s Legal Docket, legal-affairs correspondent Mary Reichard reports on legal cases involving traditional marriage, buffer zones in front of abortion businesses, and a census bureau report.
Stocks drop on global concerns, but economic fundamentals look good
Warren Cole Smith covers the money beat for WORLD News Group.
100 years ago today: The widening war that became World War One
Commentator Paul Kengor is executive director of the Center for Vision and Values at Grove City College in Pennsylvania. Read his writings online at FaithAndFreedom.com.