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Preparing for a new House Majority Leader, analyzing the Majority Leader vote, a viewpoint-discrimination case involving a public university, learning about investing
Today’s news and WORLD News Group Washington reporter J.C. Derrick explains how the House is preparing for the new Majority Leader, plus: political analysis about the House vote, a judge has decided to require a public university must pay for a professor’s legal fees in a viewpoint-discrimination case, author Austin Pryor talks about learning to invest, and more
Benghazi: US special forces have captured one of the alleged masterminds behind the terrorist attack on the US consulate in Benghazi.
ISIS: The terrorist group Islamic State of Iraq and Syria has reportedly captured US-made weapons abandoned by fleeing Iraqi army units.
Christians: Iraqi Christians are fleeing their native homelands to escape the terrorist army ISIS.
IRS: A report by Republicans on the House Oversight Committee lays the IRS scandal on the president’s desk.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that U.S. stocks were mostly up Tuesday.
The House prepares for a new Majority Leader
WORLD News Group Washington reporter J.C. Derrick talks about the preparations being made as the House votes on a new Majority Leader.
Political analysis of the Majority Leader election
Senior correspondent Kent Covington discusses the political outcomes of the Majority Leader election.
Judge orders public university to pay legal fees in viewpoint-discrimination case
Mike Adams is a criminology professor at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. Read “Judge rules UNCW must pay professor $700,000 for legal fees” from the Wilmington StarNews.
Everything I need to know about investing I learned at the beach
Austin Pryor is the author of The Sound Mind Investing Handbook: A Step-by-Step Guide to Managing Your Money From a Biblical Perspective (Moody Publishers, 2014). He is also the founder of SoundMindInvesting.com.