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A report on how the immigration bill is taking shape, commentator Cal Thomas on the State Department allegations of misconduct and coverup, an address from Dr. Russell Moore, listener feedback
Today's news and a report on how the immigration reform bill is taking shape, plus: commentator Cal Thomas on the State Department allegations of misconduct and coverup, an address from Dr. Russell Moore, the new leader of the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, listener feedback, and more
Rebel forces in Syria have massacred 30 to 60 Shiites in a sectarian reprisal raid.
In a Capitol Hill hearing, the director of the NSA defends the organization's digital surveillance programs.
General Martin Dempsey contradicts the State Department whistleblower testimony on the Benghazi terror attack.
The Congressional Budget Office reports the budget deficit widened last month, but the current fiscal year deficit stays on a path to finish at about $640 billion.
Wall Street suffers the first three-day loss of the year with the Dow down yesterday more than a hundred points.
The Southern Baptist Convention wraps up its Houston meeting, parting with an opinion on the Boy Scouts controversy.
Immigration reform: the amendments and the politics of the Senate debate
Commentator Cal Thomas on the State Department allegations of misconduct and coverup
An address from Dr. Russell Moore, the new leader of the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission