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Voters in Ohio reject a plan to raise the threshold for amending the state constitution; Russia exploits coup in West Africa to gain allies; and a missionary pilot organization turns 75. Plus, a bear crashes a Colorado wedding reception, commentary from Cal Thomas, and the Thursday morning news

On Washington Wednesday, Ron DeSantis replaces his campaign manager amid a decline in fundraising and poll numbers; on World Tour, news from Pakistan, India, Lebanon, Ethiopia, and … space; and canning used to be a way of life for home economies, but now preserving food is a hobby. Plus, a suspicious sprinter sets a record time in China, commentary from Janie B. Cheaney, and the Wednesday morning news

A hazing scandal at a Big Ten school raises questions about how to fix abusive athletic cultures; Religious liberty cases about conscientious objection to race-based mentoring, sexually explicit books in school libraries, and septic tanks; and learning about theology from a C.S. Lewis chatbot. Plus, cheesy traffic accident, commentary from Andrée Seu Peterson, and the Tuesday morning news


On Legal Docket, two lower court cases about free speech outside of abortion businesses; on the Monday Moneybeat, Fitch’s new credit rating for the U.S. government is arbitrary, but the spike in new debt needs to be addressed; and on the World History Book, a new justice joins the Supreme Court, AirBnB is born, and the U.K. sets a new heat record. Plus, the Monday morning news

On Culture Friday, explaining the absurd reasoning behind a headline that abortion bans create teen parents; Reviews of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem and Miraculous: The Movie; and Ask the Editor for August. Plus, commentary from Whitney Williams and the Friday morning news

Donald Trump is indicted on four charges related to the events of January 6th; Laws that create an abortion ban in Idaho face an unusual legal challenge from an LGBT group; and a former church librarian’s hymn project during COVID leads her to an unexpected ministry opportunity. Plus, hiring a Chief Uno Player, commentary from Cal Thomas, and the Thursday morning news

On Washington Wednesday, Biden launches his new plan for forgiving student debt through generous repayment programs; On World Tour, news from Niger, Laos, Jordan, and Ecuador; and a Japanese photographer creates portraits of the American Navajo code talkers who helped end WWII. Plus, a bear hits the pool in California, commentary from Jerry Bowyer, and the Wednesday morning news

Hunter Biden’s failed plea deal exposes cracks in the case for and against him; House lawmakers debate the ethics of “gender affirming care”; and the Classic Book of the Month, J. Gresham Machen’s Christianity and Liberalism. Plus, commentary from Daniel Darling, and the Tuesday morning news

On Legal Docket, a zombie joke triggers a SWAT team investigation; on the Monday Moneybeat, the overdue descent towards a soft landing; and on the World History Book, Calvin Coolidge became president 100 years ago