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The World and Everything in It: March 29, 2024

The World and Everything in It: March 29, 2024

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

On Washington Wednesday, House Republicans consider what’s next; on World Tour, news from Senegal, Nigeria, Ecuador, and Venezuela; and a Chinese adoption journey ends and life together begins. Plus, a review of The Anxious Generation and the Wednesday morning news

Islamic terrorists take responsibility for the attack in Moscow, new EPA emission standards push automakers to sell more electric vehicles, and the pandemic complicates the adoption process in China. Plus, Maria Baer on living with the messiness in God’s family and the Tuesday morning news


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On Legal Docket, arguments about whether the Biden administration crossed a line when pressuring social media companies; on the Monday Moneybeat, the Justice Department’s antitrust case against Apple; and on the World History Book, NASA’s first mission to Mercury. Plus, the Monday morning news

On Culture Friday, abortion hits a record high and the government’s management of happiness and misinformation; The Matrix turns 25; and two books about Martin Luther King Jr. Plus, the Friday morning news

A federal appeals court considers whether Texas can enforce its border security law, Hong Kong’s new security law further erodes freedoms, and an American missionary family leaves Haiti. Plus, Cal Thomas on taking the lead on the abortion issue and the Thursday morning news

On Washington Wednesday, the House impeachment inquiry into President Biden’s family business dealings; on World Tour, news from Egypt, Niger, India, and Uzbekistan; and the foster care system in Australia. Plus, Janie B. Cheaney on restoring reading comprehension and the Wednesday morning news

The U.S. healthcare system and cybersecurity attacks, Oregon reinstates penalties for drug possession, and a basketball referee encourages players. Plus, remembering the inventor of karaoke, Bethel McGrew on the postmodern revolution, and the Tuesday morning news

On Legal Docket, cases concerning the statute of limitations for music copyrights and a challenge over bank card fees; on the Monday Moneybeat, the potential ripple effects of divesting TikTok; and on the World History Book, President Bill Clinton orchestrates a cease-fire. Plus, the Monday morning news