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Legal Docket, West Africa’s Ebola outbreak, Dollars and Sense
Today’s news and legal-affairs correspondent Mary Reichard discusses a battle for traditional marriage in Cincinnati’s 6th circuit court, 47 inspectors general complain that Obama has prevented them from doing their job, and a baby saved from a court-ordered abortion, plus: testimony about the Ebola outbreak in West Africa from Ken Isaacs, vice president of programs and government relations for Samaritan’s Purse, WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith brings a report on the current state of the business world and the economy, and more
Ebola: The Ebola virus is wreaking havoc in West Africa, and it could get worse.
War at home: As US air power hits ISIS targets in Iraq, politicians are waging a war of words at home.
Iraq: The crisis in Iraq is becoming a hot campaign topic as Iraq war veteran Joni Ernst voices her critique of the president’s decisions.
NCAA: A major shakeup at the NCAA after a judge rules student athletes should get paid.
Legal Docket: the continuing battle for marriage, a complaint against Obama from 47 inspectors general, a baby saved from a court-ordered abortion
Mary Reichard is legal-affairs correspondent for The World and Everything in It.
An unsettling update on West Africa’s Ebola outbreak
Ken Isaacs is vice president of programs and government relations for the humanitarian organization Samaritan’s Purse. View his Aug. 7 testimony before a subcommittee of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs.
Dollars and sense: Economic news is upbeat, but market stays wary
Warren Cole Smith covers the money beat for WORLD News Group.