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The World and Everything in It - April 1, 2022

The World and Everything in It - April 1, 2022

On Culture Friday, the slap heard ’round the world and Disney’s not-so-secret agenda; the new Netflix film Rescued by Ruby; and on Ask the Editor, a question about pronunciation. Plus: the Friday morning news.

Museums returning stolen art; the Biden administration’s new rules for asylum seekers at the southern border; and great books to read aloud. Plus: commentary from Cal Thomas, and the Thursday morning news.

On Washington Wednesday, President Biden’s budget proposal; on World Tour, the latest international news; and the origins of Washington’s famous cherry trees. Plus: commentary from Janie B. Cheaney, and the Wednesday morning news.

New CAFE standards might increase fatalities in car crashes; European churches are working together to minister to Ukrainian refugees; and a veteran volunteer serving his fellow service members and their families. Plus: the Tuesday morning news.


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On Legal Docket, a Supreme Court case about legal intervention; on the Monday Moneybeat, China’s bid to make an oil deal; WORLD introduces a news coach; and on History Book, significant events from the past. Plus: the Monday morning news.

On Culture Friday, messages that teach women to view themselves as objects; the new action-adventure rom-com, The Lost City; and your Listener Feedback. Plus: the Friday morning news.

An unusual, long-term side effect of COVID-19; the war on the ground in Ukraine; and the other March madness gripping the world of soccer. Plus: commentary from Cal Thomas, and the Thursday morning news.

On Washington Wednesday, analysis of the Biden administration’s attempt to revive the Iran nuclear deal; on World Tour, international news; and a group of bell ringers keeping alive a 17th century tradition. Plus: commentary from Joel Belz, a million dollar comic, and the Wednesday morning news.

How the church can step in to help amid a shortage of social workers, a new state law in Indiana helps protect freedom of speech on campus, and astronomy enthusiasts attempt to count the stars. Plus: commentary from Kim Henderson, missing teeth, and the Tuesday morning news.

On Legal Docket, the Supreme Court considers whether physicians should go to prison for prescribing opioids; on the Monday Moneybeat, the latest economic news; and on History Book, significant events from the past. Plus: the Monday morning news.