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Legal Docket, Ebola outbreak hits West Africa, Dollars and Sense
Today’s news and a legal discussion with Mary Reichard, plus: coverage of an Ebola epidemic in West Africa, WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith brings a report about business and economic news, and more
Israel/Palestine: At least 78 people, including 13 Israeli soldiers reportedly died in a major battle in a crowded neighborhood.
Malaysian airliner: Secretary of State John Kerry addressed the Malaysian airliner apparently shot down in Ukraine last week.
Border crisis: Senator Ted Cruz is pushing a plan to address the crisis on the US southern border.
Iran: Lawmakers share bipartisan concern over nuclear talks with Iran.
Legal Docket: The definition of marriage, the impact of the Greece decision, and the border crisis
Legal-affairs correspondent Mary Reichard talks about a variety of legal issues, including the Hobby Lobby case and the cake shop owner fighting to preserve his first-amendment conscience rights.
Ebola outbreak hits 3 nations in West Africa
Read “Ebola crisis in West Africa deepens” from the Associated Press.
Dollars and sense: Stock market remains in record-high territory
Warren Cole Smith covers the money beat for WORLD News Group.