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The World and Everything in It: July 23, 2024

The World and Everything in It: July 23, 2024

Congress questions Secret Service director about the assassination attempt, a software update causes worldwide disruption, and the ministry of midwives. Plus, Janie B. Cheaney on a proper utopia and the Tuesday morning news

President Biden ends his reelection bid and endorses Vice President Harris; on Moneybeat, the economic priorities of Kamala Harris and J.D. Vance; and for the World History Book, the life of Oswald Chambers. Plus, the Monday morning news

On Culture Friday, a moral shift on display at the RNC; a review of Young Woman and the Sea and Twisters; and generations of Christians put Psalm 23 to music. Plus, the Friday morning news

Donald Trump’s speech may strive to unify Americans, experts disagree on how best to lower prescription prices, and a look at previous presidential assassination attempts. Plus, Cal Thomas on an opportunity for Trump and the Thursday morning news


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On Washington Wednesday, a report from the Republican National Convention; on World Tour, news from Nigeria, Nepal, Ecuador, and Iraq; and cleaning up after Hurricane Beryl. Plus, Elliot Gaiser on presidential leadership and the Wednesday morning news

A federal judge dismisses a case against Donald Trump, NATO allies wrap up a summit in Washington, and Justice Samuel Alito shares life principles from the U.S. Constitution. Plus, Emma Waters on the gift of children and the Tuesday morning news

An analysis of the assassination attempt on former President Donald Trump; on the Monday Moneybeat, David Bahnsen talks about the latest consumer price index; and on History Book, gymnast Nadia Comăneci’s perfect score at the 1976 Olympics. Plus, the Monday morning news

On Culture Friday, voting to lessen the evil enabled by government; a review of Chariots of Fire; and George Grant on sports metaphors for Word Play. Plus, the Friday morning news

Judges consider religious liberty for a foster mom and a ministry, Pope Francis and the ethics of AI, and a food pantry client serving others. Plus, Cal Thomas on “Project 2025” and the Thursday morning news

On Washington Wednesday, campaign concerns over President Biden’s health and the Republican platform; on World Tour, news from West Africa, the Philippines, Japan, and Panama; and a camp for adults with disabilities. Plus, Janie B. Cheany on being a late bloomer and the Wednesday morning news