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CPAC 2015, current threats to religious liberty in America, a trip to Greenwood, Mississippi
Today’s news and a look back at CPAC 2015, plus: a conversation with Cal Thomas, Dana Loesch, and Tony Perkins at CPAC 2015, the story of how a business owner’s love for Greenwood, Mississippi revived the city, and more
Israel: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday reaffirmed his nation’s close relationship with the U.S.
ISIS: Iraqi security forces are laying siege to Tikrit and attempting to dislodge ISIS.
Marriage: A federal judge has ruled that Nebraska’s one-man, one-woman marriage definition is unconstitutional.
SNAP: Republicans are launching a major review of SNAP, commonly known as the food stamp program.
Business/economy: The NASDAQ on Monday crossed the 5,000 mark for the first time since the dot-com bubble burst in 2000.
A look back at the event in Washington that wrapped up this weekend, where nearly every GOP presidential prospect showed up.
Current threats to religious liberty in America
A portion of the conversation with Cal Thomas, talk show host Dana Loesch, and president of the Family Research Council Tony Perkins at CPAC 2015.
How one business owner’s love for Greenwood, Miss., helped revive the city
Today, in conjunction with WORLD Magazine’s annual cities issue, WORLD Radio special correspondent Susan Olasky reports from Mississippi Delta city of Greenwood. Read more in “Small but special places” from the March 7 issue of WORLD.