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Kent Covington

Kent Covington

Kent is a reporter and news anchor for WORLD Radio. He spent nearly two decades in Christian and news/talk radio before joining WORLD in 2012. He resides in Atlanta, Ga.

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Wednesday morning news: October 11, 2023

Wednesday morning news: October 11, 2023

News of the day, including President Biden addresses the nation about the situation in Israel, and House Republicans prepare to vote on a new Speaker

News of the day, including President Biden to speak to the nation about Hamas’s attack on Israel and Kevin McCarthy signals willingness to run again for speaker of the House

News of the day, including Hamas sparks a new war with Israel

News of the day, including the Biden administration’s border wall change of heart and Secretary of State Tony Blinken’s visit to Mexico in hopes of reducing the flow of immigrants


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The news of the day, including U.S. House members consider the next steps in finding a speaker, President Biden announces more student debt relief and seeks additional funding for Ukraine, and healthcare workers strike.

News of the day, including the House of Representatives votes to remove Kevin McCarthy from being Speaker, and a New York judge puts a limited gag order on Donald Trump as a civil trial gets underway

News of the day, including Donald Trump goes to court in a real estate value fraud case and California Gov. Gavin Newsom appoints pro-abortion political activist Laphonza Butler to fill the late Dianne Feinstein’s U.S. Senate seat

News of the day, including Sen. Dianne Feinstein dies at age 90 and Congress passes a short-term funding plan to avert a government shutdown

News of the day, including House Republicans launch an impeachment inquiry against President Joe Biden and lawmakers investigate the origins of the Maui wildfires

News of the day, including former President Donald Trump visits the UAW picket lines in Detroit and Target will close nine stores in cities plagued by violent crime and theft