Prayer in public meetings, the 2014 Pig Book, Church Life
Today’s news and legal-affairs correspondent Mary Reichard discusses the constitutionality of prayer in public meetings, plus: commentator Cal Thomas deals with the findings from the 2014 Pig Book, a profile of another church in the Church Life series, and more
Benghazi: South Carolina GOP Congressman Trey Gowdy was selected by John Boehner on Monday to chair the newly formed Select Committee on Benghazi.
Oregon healthcare: The FBI is launching an investigation into Oregon’s dysfunctional health care exchange.
Prayer: The Supreme Court has ruled that prayers to start government meetings are constitutional.
Midterm elections: A Pew Research/USA Today poll taken in April shows that 47 percent of registered voters lean GOP.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that U.S. stocks shrugged off morning losses Monday.
Details of the public prayer case
Legal-affairs correspondent Mary Reichard discusses the background and details of the Supreme Court case dealing with the constitutionality of opening public meetings with a prayer.
Commentary: The 2014 Pig Book
Commentator Cal Thomas discusses the exposure of government waste.
Church Life: The First Presbyterian Church of Daytona Beach, Florida
Learn more about First Presbyterian Church of Daytona Beach here.