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Remembering Phil Everly, Obamacare updates, Church Life
Today’s news and Cal Thomas provides his tribute to Phil Everly, plus: a look at the most recent Obamacare news, a profile of a North Carolina church plant, and more
Marriage battle: The U.S. Supreme Court has dealt a temporary setback to advocates of same-sex unions in Utah. Last month a federal district judge struck down Utah’s ban on same sex unions. Yesterday’s ruling by the high court reverses that order.
Cold weather: Much of the nation is in the grip of arctic air and freezing temperatures, and it doesn’t look like the cold is leaving anytime soon.
Iraq: Iraq’s security forces prepare to retake the cities of Fallujah and Ramadi from al Qaeda. Islamic terrorists took control of a large portion of Anbar province several days ago.
Lawsuit: Republican Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin is suing the Obama administration over a ruling last summer that exempts members of Congress and their staffs from some Obamacare rules.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that the Senate has confirmed Janet Yellen as the new Federal Reserve Chairman to replace outgoing Ben Bernanke. And in market news, stock exchanges finished down on Monday.
Commentary: A tribute to Phil Everly
Commentator Cal Thomas discusses the impact of the Everly Brothers.
A quick look at developments in the Obamacare saga.
Church Life: A profile of a church plant
Today our Church Life series profiles a newly launched church plant in Asheville, N.C.: DNA Church. DNA is part of The United Methodist Church, a mainline denomination trying to stem its decades-long membership decline in the U.S.