This is The Briefing, a daily analysis of news and events from a Christian worldview.
Part I (00:13 – 02:00)
Barely a Red Ripple? Democrats Claim Thin Majority in the Senate. We Await Further Word on House Races
Part II (02:00 – 16:07)
Go Figure: New Research Shows Married Couples Have Greater Financial Wealth Than Cohabiting Couples — And Sociologists are Scratching Their Heads as to Why
- Moving In Together Doesn’t Match the Financial Benefits of Marriage, but Why? by Wall Street Journal (Julia Carpenter)
- The Financial Implications of Cohabitation Among Young Adults by Journal of Financial Planning (Sonya Britt-Luter, Cassandra Dorius, Derek Lawson)
Part III (16:07 – 22:09)
‘Republicans Traded the Election of 2022 for a Generational Goal’: The Reversal of Roe. Was It Worth It?
- What the Pro-Life Movement Lost and Won by New York Times (Ross Douthat)
Part IV (22:09 – 26:05)
A News Story with a (Very) Weird Twist: Norwegian Princess Relinquishes Royal Duties to Marry American Celebrity Shaman
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