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Legal Docket, remembering Ian Paisley, Dollars and Sense
Today’s news and a legal report from Mary Reichard on religious freedom, marriage, abortion, Obamacare, and more, plus: remembering Northern Ireland leader Ian Paisley, a report on the markets and economy from WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith, and more
Defeating ISIS: According to Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, President Obama’s plan to defeat ISIL without U.S. ground troops is doomed to failure.
Middle East coalition: Secretary of State John Kerry has been meeting with leaders in the Middle East in an effort to line up coalition partners to take on ISIL. Without naming them, Kerry told CBS some Arab states have offered to send ground troops and participate in airstrikes against ISIS.
Ukraine: Despite a ceasefire with separatists, tensions remain high in Ukraine. Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk blames Moscow.
NFL: Lawmakers are now weighing in on the NFL’s domestic abuse scandal.
Legal Docket: Religious freedom, the redefinition of marriage, abortion, and Obamacare
In this segment, legal-affairs correspondent Mary Reichard provides updates on religious expression and the rights of the unborn, a report on the unintended consequences of the marriage redefinition movement, and the ongoing clash over conscience versus Washington’s birth-control and abortion-pill mandate.
Remembering Northern Ireland leader Ian Paisley
The Rev. Ian Paisley, a fiery preacher and Unionist political leader, was a key figure in Northern Ireland politics and government for more than four decades. In 2007, he became First Minister of Northern Ireland as part of a power-sharing agreement with his long-time political enemies. He died Friday in Belfast at age 88.
Dollars and sense: Market drifts, Apple stirs excitement
Warren Cole Smith covers the money beat for WORLD News Group.