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Benjamin Netanyahu warns the UN about Iran, taking responsibility as president, a conversation with the president of Concerned Women for America
Today’s news and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses the UN General Assembly about Iran, plus: Cal Thomas wonders why President Obama only seems interested in taking credit rather than responsibility, WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith talks with Penny Nance, president of Concerned Women for America, and more
Secret Service: The head of the Secret Service is stepping down following highly public security lapses.
Obamacare: The government’s top watchdog on Capitol Hill says the Obama administration will have to ask Congress for money to bail out insurance companies.
Ebola: The Centers for Disease Control says Ebola can be contained.
Religious liberty: The Christian owner of a small business in Portland, Oregon is speaking out about her decision to stand up for her religious rights in the face of public and legal pressure.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that stocks were down sharply Wednesday.
Benjamin Netanyahu gives a warning about Iran
The Israeli Prime Minister addressed the UN General Assembly Monday, making the linkage between Iran’s pursuit of nuclear-weapons capability and militant Islam’s ascendance in Gaza, Iraq, Syria, and throughout the Middle East and Africa.
Commentary: Who’s to blame?
Commentator Cal Thomas says, “With this president, the ‘buck’ never quite makes it to him, unless he can claim credit for something.”
Concerned Women for America: 35 years of providing a public-policy voice for conservative women
Penny Young Nance is president of Concerned Women for America. Visit the group’s website at CWFA.org.