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Russian invasion, a religious liberty challenge, Church Life
Today’s news and a discussion and analysis of the situation in Ukraine, plus: a challenge to the religious liberty position, the TW&E series Church Life profiles a Charlotte church reaching out to a younger generation, and more
Obamacare regulations: White House spokesman Josh Earnest promises the American people that members of congress and their staffs will not get special treatment under Obamacare.
War on poverty: The House Budget Committee has released a report revealing that government programs are not helping people out of poverty.
Gasoline prices: The EPA has put out a new regulation designed to reduce sulfur emissions from cars that create smog. But Dan Kish of the Energy Research Institute says the regulation will have a dramatic effect on gasoline prices.
Noah: A disclaimer has been issued preceding the release of the upcoming Bible-based film Noah.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that the conflict between Russia and Ukraine sent traders scrambling for safety.
Analyzing the Russian invasion of Ukraine
WORLD News Group correspondent Jill Nelson discusses the current situation between Russia and Ukraine.
A religious liberty challenge
Commentator Cal Thomas challenges the religious liberty position on the cases originating in New Mexico.
Today, as part of our monthly Church Life series, TW&E field producer Christina Darnell reports on CharlotteONE an outreach to 20- and 30-somethings in Charlotte, N.C., sponsored by 50 partner churches.