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IRS testimony, Legal Docket, March for Marriage, Dollars and Sense
Today’s news and IRS commissioner John Koskinen testifies about Lois Lerner’s missing emails, plus: Legal Docket with Mary Reichard, Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone’s address at the 2014 March for Marriage, business and economy news from Warren Cole Smith, and more
Iraq: President Obama is speaking out on the ongoing crisis in Iraq.
ISIS: Republicans say the president should have a greater sense of urgency about stopping ISIS.
Extremists: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gave NBC his take on what he says is a conflict between Sunni and Shiite extremists in Iraq.
Majority Leader: The soon-to-be House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy had his first interview since last week’s Republican leadership vote.
Voting: A prominent Republican senator is pushing a bill that would allow many convicted felons to regain their right to vote.
IRS commissioner John Koskinen testifies
WORLD News Group’s Jim Henry reports on the continuing pursuit and defense of current IRS commissioner John Koskinen over the political targeting of the IRS against conservative groups.
Legal Docket: Two important items at the Supreme Court
Legal-affairs correspondent Mary Reichard discusses two Supreme Court cases dealing directly and indirectly with the IRS.
The 2014 March for Marriage
Dollars and sense: Fed downgrades growth projection, but other news is upbeat
Warren Cole Smith covers the money beat for WORLD News Group.