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Predictions about the midterm elections, unified Christians in Houston, WORLD’s 2014 Midwest Hope Award finalist
Today’s news and senior political correspondent Kent Covington discusses the possible outcomes of the midterm elections in Georgia and Louisiana, plus: Cal Thomas says the Christians in Houston have been unified in the wake of the legal battle over a controversial city ordinance, a profile of the Midwest finalist for WORLD’s 2014 Hope Award for Effective Compassion, and more
ISIS: The U.S. has for the first time air dropped in tons of weapons, ammunition and medical supplies to help the embattled Kurds hold off the ISIS terrorist army.
Asia Bibi: A condemned Pakistani Christian woman is appealing to her nation’s highest court.
Marriage: In the States, business owners are threatened with jail time and fines over same sex marriage.
World Series: Baseball’s first ever all wild card World Series begins tonight in Kansas City.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that Monday was a mixed day for Wall Street.
Predictions about the midterm elections
Senior political correspondent Kent Covington discusses the upcoming midterm elections and what might happen in Georgia and Louisiana.
Commentary: Unified Christians in Houston
Commentator Cal Thomas says the legal battle in Houston over a city ordinance has divided the city but unified Christians there.