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The uncharted territory of legalized homosexual marriage, Iran repetition, WORLD’s Book of the Year in the history category, remembering the man who saved children from Nazi death camps
Today’s news and a conversation with three lawyers and a historian about the ramifications of legalized gay marriage, plus: commentary from Cal Thomas on the Iran nuclear deal, a profile of WORLD’s Book of the Year in the history category, remembering the man who saved children from Nazi death camps, and more
Listening In, hosted by WORLD's Warren Cole Smith, features extended conversations with newsmakers and thought leaders. “Our goal is to explore topics as thoughtfully as possible,” says WORLD's Chief Content Officer Nick Eicher.
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A conversation with Steve Russell
Steve Russell is a fifth generation Oklahoman, and he currently represents Oklahoma’s 5th Congressional District in Congress. Before coming to congress, Russell served four years in the Oklahoma Senate, and prior to that he spent 21 years in the Army. His attracted national and international attention when the battalion he commanded ended up being the one that captured Saddam Hussein. Russell and his battalion found itself featured on CNN, Fox News, all three major broadcast networks, the BBC, Reuters, and elsewhere.