Anticipating the Supreme Court's marriage decisions, Colorado's civil rights commission pushes ahead, Marvin Olasky speaks with Os Guiness
Today's news and anticipating the Supreme Court's marriage decisions with an interview of a leading expert on the legal and cultural foundations of traditional one-man, one-woman marriage, Ryan T. Anderson, plus: Colorado's civil-rights commission pushes ahead on a new frontier, "gender dysphoria," WORLD editor-in-chief Marvin Olasky with Os Guinness, author of A Free People's Suicide, and more.
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A summary of the Wednesday morning news
A 5-4 Supreme Court rolls back a key provision of the 1965 Voting Rights Act
Obama targets global warming with new EPA plan critics say could cut electricity production by more than a third
Russia remains adamant about helping Washington capture NSA leaker Edward Snowden
Congress hears testimony of Syrian Christians endangered by Islamist rebels
Housing market continues to rise, powering the Dow to a 100 point gain
"Children need moms and dads"
Hours before the Supreme Court rules in two key same-sex marriage cases, a previously recorded interview with Ryan T. Anderson, coauthor of What Is Marriage? Man and Woman: A Defense.
"Gender dysphoria": Colorado civil-rights panel breaks new ground
State government orders Colorado school to allow a first-grade boy who identifies as a female to use girls' restrooms
The Olasky Interview: Os Guinness
Guinness is author of A Free People's Suicide: Sustainable Freedom and the American Future