We get it... The week can get a bit busy, and you may miss some news here or there. But don't worry because FOX News Radio has you covered.
Catch up quickly with "The Friday Five" -- a look back at five of the "can't miss stories" of the week!
A massive earthquake brought death and devastation to Nepal, destroying buildings and killing more than 5,000 people. This week, the United States pledging more support to the devastated nation.
A challenger throws his hat into the ring against Hillary Clinton. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, an Independent, has announced that he too is seeking the Democratic nomination for President.
A worker was cooked to death in an oven at a Bumble Bee Foods plant. The company and two employees are facing some charges.
Despite many peaceful protests, riots and violence also erupted in the streets of Baltimore this week as people demanded justice for Freddie Gray, a black man who died while in police custody. Some community leaders joined together -- cleaning up and seeking peace in the city. Freddie Gray's death has since been ruled a homicide and charges have been filed.
The Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday on same-sex marriage. Audio recordings of the arguments were released -- and FOX News Radio has special coverage of them that you do not want to miss!
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