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The World and Everything in It: April 19, 2024

The World and Everything in It: April 19, 2024

The myth of neutrality in the mainstream media, a review of the PBS series Mr Bates vs The Post Office, and music for meditation in everyday life. Plus, the Friday morning news

Telehealth makes obtaining cross-sex hormones easier, Iran’s attack revealed U.S. solidarity with Israel, and a Texas rancher rebuilds after the wildfires. Plus, Cal Thomas on America’s tax burden and the Thursday morning news

On Washington Wednesday, delay of impeachment proceedings against President Joe Biden; on World Tour, news from Nigeria, Indonesia, the European Union, and China; and a Ukrainian pastor shares housing, hope, and the gospel. Plus, a diamond lost in the dough, Janie B. Cheaney’s advice to graduates, and the Wednesday morning news

Technical problems with a federal student aid form, an advocacy group protecting children from online exploitation, and a master ice sculptor training a new generation. Plus, unusual tax deductions, Andrew Walker’s pro-life strategy, and the Tuesday morning news


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On Legal Docket, four cases before the Supreme Court related to interest payments, forfeiture of property, Native American healthcare, and state water claims; on the Monday Moneybeat, student loan forgiveness and oil price manipulation; and on the World History Book, remembering Lord Byron, the Rolling Stones, and Wayne Gretzky. Plus, the Monday morning news

On Culture Friday, moral clarity about surrogacy, gender, and abortion; a review of the new film Civil War; and for Word Play, guarding against clichés. Plus, the Friday morning news

Republican leaders take a new stance on voting by mail, Christian organizations face legal challenges to their tax-exempt status, and studying wildlife reactions to a total solar eclipse. Plus, eclipse glasses for farm animals, Cal Thomas on Donald Trump’s abortion policy, and the Thursday morning news

On Washington Wednesday, former President Donald Trump’s position on abortion concerns pro-lifers; on World Tour, news from Rwanda, Mexico, the South China Sea, and Tunisia; and a pastor roasts coffee for his congregation. Plus, volcanic vortex rings, Andrée Seu Peterson on parenting, and the Wednesday morning news

Israel faces new challenges in the war with Hamas, meteorologists help firefighters with a new satellite system during recent Texas wildfires, and fathers and sons build cars and character. Plus, a review of Bad Therapy by Abigail Shrier and the Tuesday morning news

On Legal Docket, a New York official interferes with NRA business relationships; on the Monday Moneybeat, the jobless rate remains low; and on the WORLD History Book, the Darfur genocide. Plus, the Monday morning news