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Review this week's top news on The World and Everything in It

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Here are some highlights from this weekend's program:


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Campaign 2012, WORLD's Mindy Belz on foreign policy, The Olasky Interview with Charles Murray, Arsenio Orteza on Art Garfunkel's latest album, protecting religious freedom at the state level, Cal Thomas remembers Sen. George McGovern, new evidence on "Benghazi-gate," economic update, third-party presidential candidates, home-video reviews by Phil Boatwright, Mary Reichard on the mistrial in a discrimination case involving the University of Iowa College of Law, humorist Albin Sadar, 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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