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Culture Friday, classic tv shows, a history of Father’s Day
Today’s news and Culture Friday with John Stonestreet, why the marriage discussion is important, plus: home video reviewer Phil Boatwright reviews three classic television shows, Albin Sadar provides a quick history of Father’s Day, and more
Iraq: Sunni militants have taken over a third of Iraq and are reportedly within 30 miles of Baghdad.
Benghazi: More evidence has been revealed that the administration knew the 2012 attacks on a US diplomatic post in Benghazi were not spontaneous.
Border control: A crisis on the US southern border continues to build as unaccompanied children cross the border by the thousands.
Juice: The Supreme Court heard a case about whether pomegranate-blueberry juice is actually grape-apple juice.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that stocks were down on Thursday in spite of some encouraging economic news.
Culture Friday: The importance of the same-sex discussion
John Stonestreet of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview talks about why the marriage issue is worth discussing. His new book, Same-Sex Marriage: A Thoughtful Approach to God's Design for Marriage, co-written with Sean McDowell, is being released next month.
Three classic TV shows on home video
Today Phil Boatwright takes a break from films to focus on TV. He suggests the Western Cimarron Strip, the long-running comedy The Mary Tyler Moore Show, and cool (and a bit corny) detective show Burke’s Law.
A short history of Father’s Day
Albin Sadar is an occasional contributor to The World and Everything In It.