On Washington Wednesday, the government’s spending problem; on World Tour, the latest international news; and a visit to Asbury University’s Hughes Chapel. Plus: commentary from A.S. Ibrahim, and the Wednesday morning news.
The electric vehicle supply chain starts in cobalt and lithium mines before the cars make their way to driveways; Wisconsin voters head to the polls to choose who will replace a retiring conservative justice; and a small business teaching business skills to people with disabilities. Plus: commentary from Whitney Williams, and the Tuesday morning news.
On Legal Docket, the doctrine of sovereign immunity and how it comes into play with Puerto Rico’s finances; on Moneybeat, listener questions; and on History Book, important dates from the past. Plus: the Monday morning news.
On Culture Friday, a chapel service that has lasted over a week, and a whistleblower calls out a transgender clinic; Collin Garbarino reviews Marvel’s newest superhero film; a preview of part two of the Safe Delivery special report; and Word Play with George Grant. Plus: the Friday morning news.
Mental professionals are warning about a rise in the number of young people with tics and mental health issues; Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has led to new partnerships among some of the world’s most feared authoritarians; and a community in South Wales is committed to working, living, and serving together. Plus: commentary from Cal Thomas, and the Thursday morning news.
On Washington Wednesday, Nikki Haley’s presidential bid and what it means for the Republican party; on World Tour, the latest international news; and a new movement of church planters is trying to find ways to successfully plant churches in distressed communities. Plus: commentary from Ryan Bomberger, and the Wednesday morning news.
A Colorado Christian school asks the Supreme Court what protections religious organizations have to keep the government from second-guessing employment decisions; Disney loses control of its own private government kingdom in Florida; and a musical album to help recognize Black History Month. Plus: commentary from Janie B. Cheaney, and the Tuesday morning news.
On Legal Docket, a Supreme Court case seeks to settle a dispute between a labor union and a concrete mixing company; on the Monday Moneybeat, what can be done about the federal debt; and on History Book, important dates from the past. Plus: the Monday morning news.
On Culture Friday, the State of the Union and how the political center is moving; a preview of a three-part special report on Safe Haven Laws; Collin Garbarino reviews the two new films dethroning the Avatar sequel. Plus: highlights from the dedication service at our new Washington Bureau office and the Friday morning news.
Traffickers in Cambodia are tricking victims into another kind of forced labor; lawmakers are pushing to make it easier for people to test drugs for fentanyl; and a massive faith-based ad campaign seeks to restore Jesus’ reputation among unbelievers. Plus: commentary from Cal Thomas, and the Thursday morning news.