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Catch up with this week's news by listening to The World and Everything in It

The World and Everything in It now airs on more than 250 radio stations across the country. Be sure to check out our station list to find out when and where TW&E airs this weekend near you.

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Here are some highlights from this weekend's program:

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Benghazi scandal, Cal Thomas on the second presidential debate, winner of the Hope Award for Effective Compassion, political fallout, Megan Basham reviews Argo, update on Texas cheerleaders case, new report on Southern Poverty Law Center, John Stonestreet and Os Guinness, The Olasky Interview with New York Mets pitcher R.A. Dickey, Tyndale House president on suing over HHS birth-control mandate, lessons on socialized medicine from Eastern Europe, Andy Andrews reads from How Do You Kill 11 Million People?, The History Book, and more.  

So while you're relaxing or doing chores this weekend, tune in to The World and Everything in It. "It's like NPR from a Christian worldview," writes Gospel Coalition blogger Trevin Wax.

Mickey McLean
Mickey McLean

Mickey is executive editor of WORLD Digital. He lives in North Carolina with his wife, teenage daughter, and a dog/administrative assistant named Daisy.

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