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The World and Everything in It: September 21, 2023

The World and Everything in It: September 21, 2023

World leaders at the UN General Assembly discuss climate change, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes wins its case against a hostile school district, and getting inside the mind of a high school debate judge. Plus, commentary from Cal Thomas and the Thursday morning news

On Washington Wednesday, House Republicans struggle to get on the same page for a government funding plan; on World Tour, news from around the globe; and a man from Haiti faces obstacles to taking off as a missionary pilot. Plus, commentary from Janie B. Cheaney and the Wednesday morning news

Russian and North Korean heads of state meet to strengthen ties; Azerbaijan blocks Armenian access to a disputed border region; and in Alabama, the next generation plans family reunions. Plus, commentary from Barton Gingerich and the Tuesday morning news

On Legal Docket, a deep dive into “lawfare” and how it is affecting politics and law in America; on the Monday Moneybeat, what’s behind the United Auto Workers strike; and on the WORLD History Book, 200 years ago, Joseph Smith and the golden plates of the Book of Mormon. Plus, the Monday morning news


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On Culture Friday, a closed-door Senate hearing on the need for AI regulation; A Haunting in Venice is better than the Agatha Christie book; and on Word Play with George Grant, the “sniglets” that describe everyday situations. Plus, commentary from Steve West and the Friday morning news

California’s attorney general blocks a school district policy about children’s gender behavior, the Biden administration commits to a prisoner swap with Iran, and a museum display about babies in the womb is fearfully and wonderfully made. Plus, commentary from Cal Thomas and the Thursday morning news

On Washington Wednesday, the House launches an impeachment inquiry into President Biden’s family business affairs; on World Tour, news from Morocco, Hong Kong, the United Nations, and Chile; and a missionary nurse survives Ebola to help others heal. Plus, commentary from Ryan Bomberger, and the Wednesday morning news

Mexico decriminalizes abortion nationwide; a member of Finland’s parliament is back on trial for “hate speech:” and families making a joyful noise to the Lord on YouTube. Plus, commentary from Daniel Darling and the Tuesday morning news

On Legal Docket, law school accreditation changes emphasize the importance of professional identity; on the Monday Moneybeat, President Biden claims to be prioritizing energy independence while making policy decisions that do the opposite; and on the World History book, events that laid the groundwork for the 9/11 attacks. Plus, the Monday morning news

On Culture Friday, the facts came in about indigenous graves at Catholic schools in Canada; My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 sets the table for a compelling story but fails to deliver; and Coach Joe Kennedy returns to Bremerton High before resigning on Wednesday. Plus, news for children and the Friday morning news