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Jenny Rough

Jenny Rough

Jenny is a WORLD Radio correspondent and co-host of the Legal Docket podcast. She is a graduate of World Journalism Institute and Pepperdine University Caruso School of Law. Jenny resides with her husband Ron in Alexandria, Va.


Articles by Jenny Rough
Bitter Pills

Bitter Pills

The federal government and two pain management physicians argue about the meaning of the text in the Controlled Substances Act.

A new Mississippi law protects unborn life after 15 weeks’ gestation. The only abortion provider in the state sued, arguing the law is a direct affront to Supreme Court precedent.

Virginia Prodan worked as a lawyer in communist Romania under dictator Nicolae Ceausescu. He sent a man to assassinate her. Instead, Prodan witnessed Christ to him.

A famous courtroom artist tells the little-known aspects of his craft, beyond the colorful sketches that you can see.


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A football coach sued his school district when the school prohibited him from offering a prayer on the field after games.

A football coach sued his school district when the school prohibited him from offering a prayer on the field after games.

A man concerned for his own safety sought a license to carry a gun outside his home. But a New York judge said no to him while other judges said yes to others arguably less qualified.

One pastor provides shepherding and mentoring for other pastors

A man concerned for his own safety sought a license to carry a gun outside his home. But a New York judge said no to him while other judges said yes to others arguably less qualified.

A former Taco Bell employee sued her employer for unpaid wages. She wants to keep her battle in court, but the employer wants to force arbitration.