Nov. 5, 2015
The World and Everything In It

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Conservatives cheer election outcomes, the courtship conundrum part two

Today's news and a report on the election outcomes of Tuesday’s off-year elections, plus: WORLD Radio special correspondent Susan Olasky on part two of the courtship conundrum, and more.

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Thursday news

Crash: The Russian jetliner that crashed may have been brought down by a bomb.

Stabbing: Four people were stabbed on the campus of the University of California, Merced.

IRS: GOP lawmakers are calling for an IRS audit of the Clinton Foundation.

Abortion: Five abortion clinics throughout the country have shut down.

War on Women: March for Life is taking abortion advocates to task for their “war on women” mantra.

Jobs: Disappointing job growth numbers for the month of October.

Religion: American adults who continue to identify with a faith group have stayed religiously engaged.

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Conservatives cheer Tuesday's election outcomes

WORLD Radio’s Jim Henry reports that as the dust settles on Tuesday’s off-year elections, liberals are licking their wounds and conservatives are crowing.

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The courtship conundrum

This the second of Susan Olasky's two-part series on dating and courtship.

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Nov. 5, 2015