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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.
The World and Everything in It - January 18, 2022
What is the metaverse and how could it change the way we experience the internet?; legal challenges to teaching CRT in public schools; and on History Book, significant events from the past. Plus: commentary from Kim Henderson, and the Tuesday morning news.
Tuesday morning news - January 18, 2022
Winter weather, Texas rabi recounts escape from gunman, North Korea launches another missile, drone attack in UAE, and China’s falling birthrate
A new reality?
The metaverse promises to be the next revolution in human interaction
Parents are filing legal challenges to schools teaching critical race theory
Kicker - Fi-fie-frying pan
Cast iron cookware company makes a skillet worthy of a giant
History Book - Gold medal evangelist
Plus: the pope’s move, and a record-setting aviator
Kim Henderson - Airport encouragement
One mom’s inspiring commitment to teaching her son the importance of truth
The World and Everything in It - January 17, 2022
On Legal Docket, Supreme Court cases about disability rights and retirement plans; on the Monday Moneybeat, the latest economic news; and living Dr. King’s dream. Plus: the Monday morning news.
Monday morning news - January 17, 2022
Omicron hits its peak, test kit shortage, terror attack at a Jewish synagogue in Dallas, Ukraine says Russia is behind a recent cyberattack
Legal Docket - Disability rights and retirement plans
What accommodations does federal law require?
Moneybeat - Inflation and the Fed
David Bahnsen discusses business, markets, and the economy
Living Dr. King’s dream
An Alabama couple reflects on the advances of African-Americans
A Conversation with George Grant
Reviewer Emily Whitten talks with author and pro-life pioneer George Grant about the history—and future—of the pro-life movement. Includes an in depth discussion of WORLD’s January Classic Book of the Month: ProLife Answers to ProChoice Arguments by Randy Alcorn.
The World and Everything in It - January 14, 2022
On Culture Friday, the man who now has a pig’s heart beating in his chest; a review of the streaming crime drama Dalgliesh; and the family-friendly music of Rain for Roots. Plus: the Friday morning news.
Friday morning news - January 14, 2022
Supreme Court strikes down vaccine mandate, military personnel deploy to COVID-strained hospitals, rockets target U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, sanctions target North Korea, and punishing Prince Andrew
Culture Friday - What happens when technology outpaces ethics?
The case of the pig heart transplant raises questions about whether we should do something just because we can
Kicker - Better late than never
Woman receives letter her husband mailed 76 years earlier
Solving terrible puzzles
New streaming series brings the mysteries of P.D. James to the small screen
Rain for Roots sets scripture to songs the whole family will want to sing
The World and Everything in It - January 13, 2022
China’s growing influence in the Middle East; the lack of progress in U.S. talks with Russia; and a preview of the upcoming third season of our standalone podcast, Effective Compassion. Plus: commentary from Cal Thomas, and the Thursday morning news.