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Culture Friday, film review, old-school fact-finding
Today's news and a conversation with John Stonestreet of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview talks about abortion, Bill Nye the Science Guy, and Planned Parenthood, plus: a review of a Christian film that tells the harrowing story of a single mother who was kidnapped by a murderer, offbeat newsbeat contributor Albin Sadar talks about old-school fact-finding methods, and more
Shooting: Umpquaa Community College experienced a deadly mass shooting.
Iran: Iranian troops and Hezbollah fighters are joining Russia’s effort to support Bashar al Assad.
Russia: Russia’s military offensive in Syria didn’t take everyone by surprise.
Secret Service: Dozens of Secret Service employees are in trouble for accessing the private records of Republican Congressman Jason Chaffetz.
Emails: Hillary Clinton’s private email server scandal continues to unfold.
Storms: Hurricane Joaquin has been elevated to a category four hurricane.
Financial news: Wall Street is reeling from a rough end to the third quarter.
Culture Friday: Making the pro-life argument in the public square
John Stonestreet of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview is co-host of Breakpoint.
Film review: 'Captive'
Megan Basham is WORLD's entertainment editor.
Old-school fact-finding: The encyclopedia
Offbeat Newsbeat contributor Albin Sadar is the author of Hamster Holmes mystery series for kids, published by Simon & Schuster.