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Tuesday, February 18, 2014

A supporter of Republican presidential candidate and former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich (R-GA) waits for his arrival outside Centro de la Familia evangelical church January 28, 2012. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty)

Talks Resume on Iran Nuclear Deal | Will the Pope Change his Mind on Divorce? | Everything You Need to Know About Venezuela's Conflict | A Look at the First U.S. Ice Dance Team to Win Olympic Gold | Reimagining the Politics of Evangelical Christians | How the Film "Network" Predicted Today's Media Culture

Talks Resume on Iran Nuclear Deal

Talks have resumed in Vienna between Iran and six world powers to try and cement a nuclear deal. Iran's foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, has insisted that Iran has the politica...

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Will the Pope Change his Mind on Divorce?

For 500 years, the Catholic Church denied communion to parishioners who divorce and remarry. But this week, Pope Francis may chart a new course, breaking ranks with his predecessor, P...

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Reimagining the Politics of Evangelical Christians

After generations of Evangelical Christians moving further towards the right, many found that their partisan politics were pushing people away. Now, a new generation of young leaders ...

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How "Network" Predicted Today's Media Culture

"Network," the 1976 film directed by Sidney Lumet, won four Academy Awards that year. But almost 40 years later, more significant than any of its accolades is the lasting statement th...

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Today's Highlights | February 18, 2014

Also on Today's Show: Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro ordered the expulsion of three U.S. consular officials whom he accused of conspiracy and meeting students involved in anti-g...

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