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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
Cuba: President Obama capped a reversal of longstanding White House policy on Cuba.
Iran: Senator Rubio is also among a group of lawmakers calling on President Obama to walk away from negotiations with Iran over its nuclear program.
Clinton: Investigators on Capitol Hill are raising new concerns about access to the government-related emails of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Released emails: Gowdy’s committee is pressing on, carefully scanning recently released Hillary Clinton emails from her private email server.
Ten Commandments: The Oklahoma Supreme court says that “thou shalt not display the 10 Commandments on government property.”
Fast-food: The votes are in and America has chosen its favorite fast-food restaurant.
Business news: U.S. and European stocks surged Wednesday after a confidential letter from Greece's government to eurozone officials went public.
The uncharted territory of legalized homosexual marriage
Listen to a conversation with three law professors and a historian about what may be ahead after the legalization of homosexual marriage.
Commentary: Repeating myself on Iran
As the Obama administration continues to push for a diplomatic deal on Iran’s nuclear ambitions, commentator Cal Thomas says he’s noticed a disturbing pattern.
WORLD’s Book of the Year (history category): “Dead Wake”
Learn more about Dead Wake: The Last Crossing of the Lusitania by Erik Larson in WORLD Magazine’s annual books issue.
Remembering Sir Nicholas Winton, man who saved children from Nazi death camps
Film reviewer Phil Boatwright discusses the 2013 documentary Nicky’s Family, about Nicholas Winton’s mission to rescue Czechoslovakian children.