Campaign 2012, gas prices, Trayvon Martin, Obamacare in the dock, Mount Soledad cross, singer Freddy Cole, archbishop of Canterbury, GOP budget, Marvin Olasky interviews Karen Handel, Crystal Cathedral, 'October Baby'
Etch-a-sketch campaigning, gas prices, Trayvon Martin shooting, Obamacare goes before Supreme Court, Mount Soledad cross case, jazz singer Freddy Cole, archbishop of Canterbury resigns, death of Pope Shenouda, prayer vigil for Obamacare, GOP budget blueprint, stocks drift, Marvin Olasky interviews Karen Handel, Crystal Cathedral enters post-Schuller era, 'October Baby,' TW&E History Book.
Hour A, Segment 1
The energy debate
What can government do about gas prices, anyway?
Public outcry over police handling of Trayvon Martin shooting
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Read an Associated Press article with questions and answers about the Trayvon Martin case.
Hour A, Segment 2
Obamacare goes before the Supreme Court
Will the Court hear the Mount Soledad cross case?
Attorney Thor Hearne is a partner in the Washington law firm of Arent Fox. He specializes in matters involving constitutional law.
Hour A, Segment 3
Hour A, Segment 4
Archbishop of Canterbury to step down
Coptic Christians in Egypt mourn death of Pope Shenouda
Religion reporter Edward E. Plowman is a senior writer for WORLD Magazine.
Hour A, Segment 5
White House mobilizes prayer vigil for Obamacare
Read "Obama mobilizes religious left over Obamacare" from Frontpagemag.com.
Also see "Multi-faith protesters unite against healthcare mandate" from World News Group reporter Tiffany Owens.
Hour B, Segment 1
Hour B, Segment 2
The Olasky Interview: Karen Handel
Marvin Olasky's full interview with former Susan G. Komen executive Karen Handel is available via YouTube, courtesy of Patrick Henry College.
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The TW&E History Book
March 25, 1807 — The British Parliament, responding to decades-long efforts by William Wilberforce, abolishes the slave trade throughout the British Empire. The story is told in the 2006 film Amazing Grace.
March 25, 1965 — The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. leads 25,000 marchers to the state capitol in Montgomery, Ala., to protest the denial of voting rights to blacks.
March 26, 1979 — The Camp David peace treaty is signed by Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin and Egyptian President Anwar Sadat at the White House.