This is The Briefing, a daily analysis of news and events from a Christian worldview.
Part I (00:13 – 18:15)
A Failed Bank, A Breach in Trust: Nation’s Second Largest Bank Failure Provokes Massive Worldview Questions
Part II (18:15 – 19:52)
Farmgate Avoided? South African President Cleared of Corruption Accusations After the Theft of Money from His Sofa Stash
- Corruption Watchdog Moves to Clear South African President in Cash-in-Couch Incident by New York Times (John Eligon)
Part III (19:52 – 23:30)
Totalitarianism with No Rivals, No Successor in Sight: Xi Jinping Begins Unprecedented 3rd Presidential Term
- Xi Seals His Political Supremacy, Focusing on Economy and U.S. Rivalry by New York Times (Chris Buckley and Keith Bradsher)
Part IV (23:30 – 25:23)
A Shift Towards More Chinese Power on the World Stage: China Brokers Deal Between Iran and Saudi Arabia — What Does This Mean for the U.S.?
Part V (25:23 – 26:29)
The Velocity of the Headlines: The Troubles of Today Were Often Unknowns Just Yesterday
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