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The World and Everything in It: May 31, 2023

The World and Everything in It: May 31, 2023

On Washington Wednesday, what Tim Scott’s campaign adds to the race for the White House in 2024; on World Tour, news from Nigeria, Turkey, Nicaragua, and China; and commentary from Janie B. Cheaney

Pro-life Democrats are increasingly rare, but still making a difference in state laws; Despite its win in Bakhmut, the Russian military leadership is running on fumes; and getting back to historical clothes-making with an innovative program in Colonial Williamsburg. Plus, a photobombing pigeon, commentary from Whitney Williams, and the Tuesday morning news

On Legal Docket, knowledge of wrongdoing and discounted drugs; on Moneybeat, a roundup of economic news. And on History Book, Finding Nemo turns 20. Plus, the Monday morning news

On Culture Friday, John Stonestreet fields questions from students at the 2023 World Journalism Institute; A preview of summer movies, starting off with The Little Mermaid; and Listener Feedback. Plus, a photobombing pigeon and the Friday morning news


Montana’s TikTok ban faces legal pushback; TGC’s Collin Hansen extols the late Tim Keller’s consistent focus on Christ; and going backstage at a theater in Branson, Missouri. Plus, a gang of delinquent orcas, commentary from Cal Thomas, and the Thursday morning news

On Washington Wednesday, Ron DeSantis is set to officially launch his presidential campaign; On World Tour, news from Nigeria, Colombia, Moldova, India, and the Philippines; and a funeral for a service member missing in action for over fifty years. Plus: the world’s most expensive ice cream, commentary from Ryan Bomberger, and the Wednesday morning news

Pro-life lawmakers in South Carolina face unexpected challenges from some Republicans; Lawmakers and media outlets question Supreme Court ethics, and how veterans and family members are remembering the heroes who remain missing in action decades later. Plus: a body surfing gator in Alabama, commentary from Steve West, and the Tuesday morning news

On the Legal Docket, an unforgiving prison guard comes back to court; on the Monday Moneybeat, updates on banking, the federal debt ceiling, and Fed rate hikes; and on the World History Book, remembering the ministry of pastor Harry Reeder III

Recognizing more than 30 years of faithful local church ministry

On Culture Friday, the recent situation between Jordan Neely and Daniel Penny on the New York subway reveals broader tensions within our culture; a new documentary believes Yogi Berra’s baseball legacy deserves to be remembered; and commentator George Grant says some words and their opposites can be "discombobulating.” Plus, a Little League catcher finds himself at the center of a major-league dust-up, and the Friday morning news