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White House Wednesday, Ireland’s vote to embrace same-sex marriage, Justice Anthony Kennedy
Today’s news and three more presidential candidates join the field, plus: a report on Ireland’s vote to embrace same-sex marriage, commentary from Paul Kengor about Justice Anthony Kennedy, and more
Iraq: The White House is scrambling to mend fences with the Iraqi government after Defense Secretary Ashton Carter’s critical remarks over the weekend.
Immigration: President Obama’s immigration action will continue on hold for now.
Weather: Unrelenting storms in Southeast Texas continue to wreak havoc.
Bergdahl: Retired 4-star Army General Stanley McChrystal has weighed in on the Bowe Bergdahl prosecution.
Cleveland police: The Justice Department has reportedly reached a settlement with the City of Cleveland over alleged police brutality.
Spies: The trial of American reporter Jason Rezaian began yesterday in Iran behind closed doors.
Cuba: American tourism to Cuba has risen 36 percent since President Obama eased travel restrictions to that country in December.
Business news: U.S. stocks tumbled yesterday after a week of flirting with record highs.
White House Wednesday
Three more candidates join the 2016 race to the White House.
The story behind the story: Ireland’s vote to embrace same-sex marriage
Austin Ruse is the president of C-Fam, the Center for Family and Human Rights.
Commentary: Justice Anthony Kennedy
Commentator Paul Kengor is the executive director of Center for Vision & Values at Grove City College in Pennsylvania.