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Culture Friday, a profile of a Hurricane Katrina survivor, a recording of an earlier version of MLK’s
Today’s news and a conversation with John Stonestreet of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview about the truth of legalized abortion, plus: a profile of a Hurricane Katrina survivor, remembering the storm 10 years later, a recording of an earlier version of MLK’s “I Have a Dream” speech, and more
Shooting victim healing: The third victim in the horrific shooting near Roanoke, Virginia appears to be on the road to recovery after emergency surgery.
Campaigning against the Iran deal: The Obama administration remains locked in a tug-of-war with opponents of the Iran nuclear pact.
Severe weather: Florida is gearing up for Tropical Storm Erika.
Deficit: Despite rising government revenues, the US annual deficit will double in 10 years to roughly a trillion dollars.
Pope Francis: The U.S. ambassador to the Vatican says he expects Pope Francis to speak his mind when he visits the U.S. next month and becomes the first pope to address Congress.
Unisex bathrooms: A Missouri school district’s decision to open restrooms to the opposite sex is drawing a sharp reaction.
Business news: U.S. stocks climbed Thursday for the second day in a row, erasing many of the week’s losses.
Culture Friday: Shedding the light of truth on legalized abortion
John Stonestreet is with the Colson Center for Christian Worldview and hosts Breakpoint.
Hurricane Katrina survivor Jackie Landry: "We called on the Lord all night long"
Hurricane Katrina struck New Orleans 10 years ago tomorrow: Aug. 29, 2005.
Lost and now found: Recording of an earlier version of MLK's "I Have a Dream" speech
Read "Martin Luther King’s Rocky Mount dream speech rings out again" from The [Raleigh N.C.] News & Observer.