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Harry Reid on his way out, how do you solve a problem like the Clintons, a conversation with actor Max McLean
Today’s news and Weekly Standard’s Jay Cost talks about Harry Reid’s controversial career, plus: commentary from Cal Thomas on the problems plaguing the Clintons, a conversation with actor Max McLean, and more
Indiana: Indiana Democrat Senator Tim Lanane objects the religious protections signed into law last week by Republican Governor Mike Pence.
Nuclear talks: Regardless of the outcome of the nuclear talks with Iran, lawmakers say Congress will have a role to play.
ISIS: Despite assurances from the Obama administration, U.S. led coalition airstrikes are not degrading ISIS’s ability to fight.
Germanwings crash: Authorities say Andreas Lubitz received treatment for suicidal tendencies for several years before becoming a pilot.
Car crash: Family members mourn the loss of at least 8 after a church van carrying 18 between church events crashed near Ft. Meyers, Florida early Monday morning.
Taxes: An idea for overhauling the tax code could be building bipartisan support in Washington.
Slushie run: Bus driver Harlan Jenifer was shocked to see a 4-year-old girl riding his bus alone at 3 A.M. Friday.
Business/economy: Business news was most upbeat Monday, with a number of mergers and acquisitions in the healthcare industry.
Harry Reid is on his way out
Jay Cost of the Weekly Standard talks about the controversial career of Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid.
Commentary: How do you solve a problem like the Clintons?
Commentator Cal Thomas says, “All Mrs. Clinton would have to do to keep this latest outrage from becoming even more outrageous is to turn over the server to an independent third party.”
A conversation with actor Max McLean
Tomorrow night in New York City, Max McLean will will reprise his award-winning performance in Mark’s Gospel, a stage presentation of the New Testament’s Gospel According to Mark. Learn more about his one-night only performance.