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Legal Docket, the Greek debt drama, Dollars and Sense, a new leader for the Episcopal Church
Today’s news and a discussion about the Supreme Court decision on marriage, plus: a report about the Greek debt drama, a business report from Warren Cole Smith, the Episcopal Church elects a new leader, and more
SCOTUS: Reaction continues to pour in to Friday’s split Supreme Court ruling that legalizes homosexual marriage throughout America.
Terrorism: Federal authorities are warning of possible terror attacks during the 4th of July holiday based on increased intelligence traffic.
Iran: Tomorrow is the self-imposed deadline for the United States and its negotiating partners to reach a deal with Iran to give up its nuclear weapons program.
Benghazi: Trey Gowdy, Chairman of the House Select Committee on Benghazi is threatening to call Secretary Kerry in for a public hearing over missing Hillary Clinton emails.
Space: A huge disappointment for Aerospace Company Space-X yesterday.
Bush: A leading GOP candidate for president is sitting down with religious leaders in Charleston, South Carolina.
Box office: Jurassic World continues to gobble up weekend box office receipts like a hungry T-Rex.
Legal Docket: The marriage decision
Mary Reichard is legal-affairs correspondent for WORLD Radio.
Greek debt drama intensifies
Read “Greece crisis: Banks to close on Monday” from the UK site The Telegraph.
Dollars and sense: Markets flat, but still near record highs
Warren Cole Smith covers financial news for WORLD Radio.
The Episcopal Church elects new leader
Read “North Carolina Bishop Michael Curry elected as 27th Presiding Bishop” from the Episcopal News Service.