This is The Briefing, a daily analysis of news and events from a Christian worldview.
Part I (00:13 – 11:23)
The Subway Tragedy? Crime? Only Time and the Rule of Law Will Tell — Some Christian Considerations on the Death of Jordan Neely
- Jordan Neely Was on New York’s ‘Top 50’ List of Homeless People at Risk by New York Times (Andy Newman)
- Daniel Penny Is Charged, Released on Bail in Chokehold Killing of Jordan Neely by Wall Street Journal (James Fanelli and Jimmy Vielkind)
Part II (11:23 – 18:39)
A Massive System Failure in New York: A Broken Society and the Struggle to Help Those Who Fall Through the Cracks
- Chokehold Killing Fuels Scrutiny of Police’s Growing Role in Subways by New York Times (Ana Ley and Chelsia Rose Marcius)
Part III (18:39 – 24:34)
The F.D.A. and “Discrimination” — New Blood Policy Spotlights the Moral Revolution
- F.D.A. Eases Ban on Blood Donations From Gay and Bisexual Men by New York Times (Christian Jewett)
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