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Our 2013 Daniel of the Year, plus a new Switchfoot album and companion film
Today’s news and a profile of WORLD Magazine’s 2013 Daniel of the Year, Bishop Antoine Audo and Christians of Syria, plus: Switchfoot debuts a new album, along with a companion film, and more
New budget deal: Party leaders announce a deal that would fund the government through Fall of 2015 and head off another government shutdown.
Iran sanctions: Secretary of State John Kerry is still trying to convince wary lawmakers to back the White House’s diplomacy in Iran.
Funneling money: Critics are accusing the Department of Justice of funneling money to leftwing groups after the agency won a massive settlement from one of America’s largest banks.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Smith reports that banking stocks were mostly higher after investors got some clarity on new regulations.
WORLD’s 2013 Daniel of the Year: Bishop Audo
WORLD Magazine editor Mindy Belz discusses the 2013 choice for Daniel of the Year, Bishop Antoine Audo and the persecuted Christians of Syria.
Switchfoot’s new album -- and companion film
Swtichfoot’s Fading West, a mix of rock documentary, travelogue and surfing film, was released online yesterday. The Grammy and Dove Award-winning band’s new album, also called Fading West, is due out Jan. 14, 2014.