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The World and Everything in It is an Apple Podcasts top 100 News program delivering essential headlines, field reporting, interviews, and expert analysis every weekday. Hear original coverage such as a weekly overview of every Supreme Court case, biblical cultural analysis, and key international stories.


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The World and Everything in It: January 30, 2023

On the Legal Docket, a Supreme Court case that is impacted by the definition of a word; on the Monday Moneybeat, listener questions about balancing the federal budget and being an indebted nation; and on History Book, important dates from the past. Plus: the Monday morning news.

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WORLD Radio - The World and Everything in It: January 30, 2023


Monday morning news: January 30, 2023

Memphis police have disbanded the unit involved in the beating of 29-year-old Tyre Nichols, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy will meet with President Biden at the White House this week, Ukrainian forces say they have driven back a Russian assault in the eastern Donetsk region, Congressman McCaul also weighed in on a report that the United States could be at war with China by 2025, Secretary of State Tony Blinken arrives in Israel today days after violence flared up again in the region, gas prices in the U.S. continued to inch upward over the past week

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WORLD Radio - Monday morning news: January 30, 2023


Legal Docket: What words mean

The definition of jurisdiction is pivotal to a case at the Supreme Court

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WORLD Radio - Legal Docket: What words mean


Moneybeat: A problem created by the people

Being a nation in debt is not the government’s fault

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WORLD Radio - Moneybeat: A problem created by the people


History Book: 20 years since the Columbia disaster

Plus: a military training exercise, and Super Bowl 22

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WORLD Radio - History Book: 20 years since the Columbia disaster


CONCURRENTLY: Video gaming and creation rythms

The headlines blame video games for all sorts of problems among kids and teens. But are video games the culprit? Or does gaming serve a purpose in our God-ordained rhythms of work and rest?

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WORLD Radio - CONCURRENTLY: Video gaming and creation rythms


The World and Everything in It: January 27, 2023

On Culture Friday, accepting homosexuality within the church and laws against its legality; Collin Garbarino reviews a film that tells the story of a bureaucrat who learns he’s dying of cancer; and feedback from our listeners. Plus: the Friday morning news.

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WORLD Radio - The World and Everything in It: January 27, 2023


Friday morning news: January 27, 2023

More Russian missiles and suicide drones crashed into Kyiv and other cities across Ukraine, the UN’s top nuclear official says Iran now has enough highly enriched uranium to build multiple nuclear weapons, five former Memphis police officers now face felony charges, the FBI says it has prevented a ransomware group called Hive from stealing more than $130 million from more than 300 victims, the National Archives wants surviving presidents and vice presidents to recheck their records, the U.S. economy showed more signs of slowing at the end of last year, Secretary of State Tony Blinken will travel to Egypt, Israel and the West Bank this weekend

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WORLD Radio - Friday morning news: January 27, 2023


Culture Friday: Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness

Plus: laws against homosexuality, and homosexuality in the church

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WORLD Radio - Culture Friday: Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness


Kicker: Bear selfies

Researchers in Colorado were on the receiving end of hundreds of selfies from one bear

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WORLD Radio - Kicker: Bear selfies


Learning how to live

Living tells the story of a bureaucrat who learns he’s dying of cancer

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WORLD Radio - Learning how to live


Listener Feedback: Comments and corrections

Constructive criticism from our listeners

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WORLD Radio - Listener Feedback: Comments and corrections


The World and Everything in It: January 26, 2023

Germany wants to expand its coal mine operations, but environmentalists are hindering efforts; Students with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes say they just want to be treated the same as other clubs; and a man who is passionate about people and surfing. Plus: commentary from Cal Thomas, and the Thursday morning news.

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WORLD Radio - The World and Everything in It: January 26, 2023


Thursday morning news: January 26, 2023

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says he welcomes a new wave of Western weapons, federal prosecutors are investigating the death of a young man during a traffic stop turned violent in Memphis, a Virginia elementary school-teacher shot and wounded by a 6-year-old student is suing the school, leaders of several global humanitarian aid groups are hoping to persuade the Taliban to end its ban on women working for non-government organizations, two people in Florida are facing federal charges for vandalizing pregnancy centers

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WORLD Radio - Thursday morning news: January 26, 2023


Coal mining versus climate activism

Germany wants to expand its coal mine operations, but environmentalists are hindering efforts

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WORLD Radio - Coal mining versus climate activism


Religious liberty on campus

Students with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes say they just want to be treated the same as other clubs

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WORLD Radio - Religious liberty on campus


Kicker: A real relic

A museum in Chicago discovered it received probably made in the Middle Ages

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WORLD Radio - Kicker: A real relic


Surfboards with a personal touch

Todd Proctor hopes a greater eternal reality is stamped onto the hearts of his customers

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WORLD Radio - Surfboards with a personal touch


Cal Thomas: A good reason to resign

New Zealand’s former prime minister said she’s leaving the job to spend more time with family

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WORLD Radio - Cal Thomas: A good reason to resign


The World and Everything in It: January 25, 2023

On Washington Wednesday, an interview with Sam Brownback; on World Tour, the latest international news; and the increase in families keeping backyard chickens. Plus: commentary from Janie B. Cheaney, and the Wednesday morning news.

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WORLD Radio - The World and Everything in It: January 25, 2023


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