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The World and Everything in It: April 29, 2024

The World and Everything in It: April 29, 2024

On Legal Docket, former President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court appeal; on the Monday Moneybeat, economic reports for the first quarter; and for WORLD History Book, President Richard Nixon releases the Watergate transcripts. Plus, the Monday morning news

On Culture Friday, the importance of defining terms; a review of the new film Unsung Hero; and Listener Feedback for April. Plus, the Friday morning news

Observing Passover with empty seats for the hostages and concerns about anti-Semitism, Boeing works to reclaim its reputation, and a shipyard making warships. Plus, Cal Thomas on signs of accountability and the Thursday morning news

On Washington Wednesday, Congress funds our allies and considers protection against deepfakes; on World Tour, news from Colombia, Spain, Sri Lanka, and New York City; and detecting and eradicating a health hazard. Plus, ballerinas set a world record, Bethel McGrew on the abortion conversation, and the Wednesday morning news


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The Biden administration’s changes to Title IX limits due process and free speech, four recent Supreme Court opinions, and a Christian radio station sharing hope in Haiti. Plus, Daniel Darling on the qualities of democracy and the Tuesday morning news

On Legal Docket, the Supreme Court considers whether a law written to punish financial fraud applies to Jan. 6 defendants; on the Monday Moneybeat, stock market valuation; and on the World History Book, a massacre of evangelicals in northern Italy. Plus, the Monday morning news

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