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The GOP’s quest to find a new House Speaker, banana republics, credit card swiping is becoming a thing of the past
Today's news and a conversation about the GOP’s quest to find someone to replace outgoing Speaker of the House John Boehner, plus: commentator Cal Thomas says about the next Speaker of the House: leaders cast in the John Boehner mold need not apply, a report on chip cards and how they are replacing the need to swipe credit cards, and more
Debate: Today is the big day for Democrat White House hopefuls.
Bombing: Doctors Without Borders may share responsibility for the accidental bombing.
Convicted: An Iranian court has convicted a Washington Post reporter of unspecified charges.
Emails: President Obama draws fire for his comments about Hillary Clinton’s email server.
Journalism: Trey Gowdy is accusing CNN of journalistic malpractice.
Abortion: A pro-life group has slapped Planned Parenthood with a lawsuit.
Gay gene: Researchers are challenging claims of a “gay gene” discovery.
The GOP’s quest to find a new House Speaker
Whoever becomes the next Speaker of the House will become the figurehead of the Republican party, until GOP voters settle on a presidential nominee.
Commentary: Banana republics
Commentator Cal Thomas is author of What Works: Common Sense Solutions for a Stronger America.
How credit card swiping is becoming a thing of the past
Michael Cochrane reports on science and technology for WORLD News Group.