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By Christopher Eames  ·  Tuesday, January 17
The popular ranking that is more than meets the eye
By Jeremiah Jacques  ·  Monday, January 16
News-making in America is transforming in a way that often casts truth aside. But there is cause for hope. 
By Abraham Blondeau  ·  Sunday, January 15
America’s improbable victory in the War of Independence
By Richard Palmer  ·  Friday, January 13
What will take its place?
By Abraham Blondeau  ·  Thursday, January 12
By Brent Nagtegaal  ·  Thursday, January 12
The Vatican is again inserting itself into the peace process—but for what purpose?
By Callum Wood  ·  Wednesday, January 11
His death deals a dual blow to the so-called ‘moderate’ movement in Iran.
By Josué Michels  ·  Tuesday, January 10
Terrorist attacks on Christmas markets and New Year’s Eve celebrations once again raise the question: Where is God as humanity suffers?
By Brent Nagtegaal  ·  Monday, January 9
As united Jerusalem turns 50, we ask: Will it make it to 51?
By Brent Nagtegaal  ·  Sunday, January 8
If so, were they the glorious kings the Bible describes, or just small-time chieftains?
By Jeremiah Jacques  ·  Saturday, January 7
Will the president-elect’s statement be viewed as a ‘red line’ that comes back to haunt him?
By Gerald Flurry  ·  Saturday, January 7
The book of Ezekiel discusses two end-time watchmen. Only one of them is appointed by God.
By Gerald Flurry  ·  Friday, January 6
America is going to become great again, but not the way millions of Americans think. 
Thursday, January 5
A look back at the most-viewed articles written in that turbulent year
By Stephen Flurry and Richard Palmer  ·  Tuesday, January 3
European leaders brace themselves for a Trump presidency.
By Kieren Underwood  ·  Monday, January 2
Actions speak louder than words—or in this case, no action.
By Jeremiah Jacques  ·  Sunday, January 1
By Josué Michels  ·  Friday, December 30
With the euro crisis, the Russian threat, the refugee crisis and Brexit, many leading European politicians are expressing doubt in the continuity of the EU. Did the dream of the United States of Europe fail?
By Richard Palmer  ·  Thursday, December 29
Europe’s Galileo system reveals its superpower ambition.
By Brent Nagtegaal and Kieren Underwood  ·  Wednesday, December 28
‘When the chips are down, I have Israel’s back.’
Aired Sun., Jan. 22
Russian President Vladimir Putin is a spy by trade. United States President Donald Trump says that he will get along well with this man. Can Vladimir Putin be trusted? Could he be a dependable ally of America?
Aired Fri., Jan. 13  ·  27 min
What ever happened to Herbert W. Armstrong’s legacy?
Nov. 21, 2016
But Americans don’t know why it is coming.
Oct. 1, 2016
To see what is ahead for European unity, look at what is behind.