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Sept. 30, 2014
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Sexual assault on college campuses, issues with religious liberty and religious conflict, a visit to Passages Bible museum

Today’s news and Cal Thomas talks about California’s solution to sexual assault on college campuses, plus: Emmanuel Ogebe testifies before the House subcommittee on national security about the persecution of Christians in Nigeria, a visit to Passages Bible museum, and more

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Tuesday news

Iran: Israel’s prime minister says the world must not forget about Iran. Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the UN General Assembly on Monday and drew a stark comparison.

Beheading: Authorities in Oklahoma say they will book Alton Nolen on first degree murder and related charges. Nolen is the suspect in the beheading of a woman in Moore, Oklahoma last week. 

Persecution: Christian conservatives honored victims of persecution in Washington this weekend. 

Illegal immigrants: Some local school districts are overwhelmed with children who crossed the southern border. Margie McHugh of the Migration Policy Institute says the thousands of children who entered the US illegally over the summer caught Washington flat-footed. 

Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that the major U.S. indexes were down on Monday. Pro-Democracy protests in Hong Kong drove down share prices overseas which in turn dragged down U.S. markets.

Commentary: Sexual assault on college campuses

Commentator Cal Thomas discusses the legal action being taken by California on sexual assault on college campuses. 

Issues with religious liberty and religious conflict

Nigerian human rights lawyer Emmanuel Ogebe testified before before the House subcommittee on national security about the persecution of Christians in Nigeria by the terrorist organization Boko Haram. 

A visit to the touring Passages Bible museum

Passages: Treasures of the Bible” currently is in Springfield, Mo, the fifth stop on a national tour.

 
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