Ireland Votes; NJ Pumps Gas; Game of Thrones Loses Viewers

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"Same-Sex Marriage" by Joe Caslin was installed overnight on a wall at the Dame Street end of South Great George’s Street in Ireland.

Ireland is poised for a historic vote on marriage equality. Fintan O'Toole, columnist for The Irish Times, explains what might happen if the largely Catholic country becomes the first to allow same-sex marriage through a popular vote. Plus: a former counterterrorism advisor uses his experience to write a novel; a three-pronged fork in the road for U.S. foreign policy; a new bill to introduce self-service pumps in New Jersey; and Game of Thrones loses viewership over violent depictions of rape.