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New Benghazi developments, plus 'Can You Be Gay and Christian?'
Today’s news and a look at the newest revelations in the Benghazi investigation, plus: a conversation with author Michael L. Brown about the theological and cultural war over homosexuality, and more
Elections: Six states held elections in what was billed as the primary equivalent of Super Tuesday.
VA scandal: The White House is responding to criticism that President Obama isn’t focusing on the growing VA scandal.
Abedini: Imprisoned Pastor Saeed Abedini may have become a pawn in the Iranian nuclear talks.
Israel: Israel is reacting to the latest stalemate in those nuclear negotiations with Iran.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that stocks tumbled Tuesday.
New developments in the Benghazi investigation
Senior correspondent Kent Covington discusses the newest Benghazi information.
New book: 'Can You Be Gay and Christian?'
We talk with the book's author Michael L. Brown.