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A conversation with Andrew Klavan, Church Life
Today’s news and a conversation with author Andrew Klavan about his recent book, plus: a profile of a “cowboy church” for the new series Church Life, and more
Israel tension: Tension is increasing between the White House and Israel over last month’s multinational agreement to limit Iran’s nuclear development program. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warns of dire consequences and is accusing the US and the west of rushing to accommodate Iran.
Obamacare challenge: The Supreme Court has declined to hear a challenge to Obamacare’s employer mandate brought by Liberty University. Mat Staver of Liberty Counsel challenged the law the day President Obama signed it in 2010.
Healthcare.gov: The Obamacare website continues to cause headaches for insurance companies. Although the administration claims that it met its November 30th goal of making the Obamacare website a vastly improved experience for visitors, Ben Domenech of the Heartland Institute says that’s not the case for insurance companies that rely on getting accurate data from healthcare.gov.
Middle school lawsuit: A Kansas middle-school student is embroiled in a lawsuit for sharing her faith at school. Alliance Defending Freedom sued in federal court after staff at Robert Clark Middle School in Bonner Springs tore down a student’s fliers featuring Bible verses.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s business reporter Warren Smith reports that stocks were down on Monday with retailers leading the way.
A conversation with Andrew Klavan
Senior correspondent Kent Covington discusses the book Nightmare City with author Andrew Klavan.
Church Life: Cowboy churches
TW&E’s Christina Darnell kicks off the “Church Life” series by profiling a North Carolina church that seeks to be relevant to a “cowboy” culture.
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