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The World and Everything in It: April 10, 2024

The World and Everything in It: April 10, 2024

On Washington Wednesday, former President Donald Trump’s position on abortion concerns pro-lifers; on World Tour, news from Rwanda, Mexico, the South China Sea, and Tunisia; and a pastor roasts coffee for his congregation. Plus, volcanic vortex rings, Andrée Seu Peterson on parenting, and the Wednesday morning news

Israel faces new challenges in the war with Hamas, meteorologists help firefighters with a new satellite system during recent Texas wildfires, and fathers and sons build cars and character. Plus, a review of Bad Therapy by Abigail Shrier and the Tuesday morning news

On Legal Docket, a New York official interferes with NRA business relationships; on the Monday Moneybeat, the jobless rate remains low; and on the WORLD History Book, the Darfur genocide. Plus, the Monday morning news

On Culture Friday, J.K. Rowling’s stand against the hate speech law in Scotland; a review of the AppleTV+ documentary Girls State; and Listener Feedback for March. Plus, the Friday morning news


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The Justice Department arrests members of a drug cartel near the U.S.-Mexico border, scientists to study the sun and Earth during Monday’s total solar eclipse, and combating rising crime by installing security cameras. Plus, space junk crashes into a home in Florida, Cal Thomas on the costs of going soft on crime, and the Thursday morning news

On Washington Wednesday, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. caters to disaffected voters; on World Tour, news from southern Africa, Jerusalem, Hong Kong, and Canada; and a Washington, D.C., restoration project strives to preserve the cherry blossom tradition. Plus, April Fool’s Day advertising, Janie B. Cheaney on the godlike status of DEI, and the Wednesday morning news

Former President Trump prepares to appeal the judgment against him in New York, the growing popularity of polyamory belies serious problems, and George MacDonald’s The Princess and the Goblin is our Classic Book of the Month. Plus, Gmail turns 20, Brad Littlejohn on virtue and vice, and the Tuesday morning news

On Legal Docket, Supreme Court justices consider the standing of doctors who sued over the easy access to the abortion pill; on the Monday Moneybeat, the ethics of crypto billionaire Sam Bankman-Fried; and on the World History Book, the beginning of NATO. Plus, the Monday morning news

On Culture Friday, pushing back on anti-Semitism and chemical abortions; a review of the docuseries Testament: The Story of Moses; and when bad news turns good. Plus, the Friday morning news

Debate inside and outside the Supreme Court over FDA approval of mifepristone, European farmers protest burdensome climate regulations, and the hymn How Great Thou Art turns 75. Plus, Cal Thomas on a U.S. security threat and the Thursday morning news