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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: April 12, 2024

On Culture Friday, moral clarity about surrogacy, gender, and abortion; a review of the new film Civil War; and for Word Play, guarding against clichés. Plus, the Friday morning news

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WORLD Radio - The World and Everything in It: April 12, 2024


Friday morning news: April 12, 2024

News of the day, including House Republicans make a second attempt to reauthorize government surveillance powers and President Biden meets with the leaders of Japan and the Philippines to discuss China

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WORLD Radio - Friday morning news: April 12, 2024


Culture Friday: Incremental wins

Moral clarity is seen in the Vatican’s statement on human dignity, the NAIA’s stand for female athletes, and steps forward in the pro-life battle

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WORLD Radio - Culture Friday: Incremental wins


A country at war with itself

A new movie reminds Americans that no nation is immune to political violence

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WORLD Radio - A country at war with itself


Word Play: Orwell’s advice

Be on guard against corruption of thought wrought by bad clichés

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WORLD Radio - Word Play: Orwell’s advice


The World and Everything in It: April 11, 2024

Republican leaders take a new stance on voting by mail, Christian organizations face legal challenges to their tax-exempt status, and studying wildlife reactions to a total solar eclipse. Plus, eclipse glasses for farm animals, Cal Thomas on Donald Trump’s abortion policy, and the Thursday morning news

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WORLD Radio - The World and Everything in It: April 11, 2024


Thursday morning news: April 11, 2024

News of the day, including the U.S. House fails to pass a bill reauthorizing FISA and Ukraine runs low on ammunition

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WORLD Radio - Thursday morning news: April 11, 2024


Republicans rethink voting by mail

Some party leaders now encourage early voting and mail-in ballots

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WORLD Radio - Republicans rethink voting by mail


Challenges to tax-exempt status

As religious observance wanes, the contributions to society from churches and charitable groups become less appreciated

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WORLD Radio - Challenges to tax-exempt status


Kicker: A sight to behold

An Arkansas farmer makes solar glasses for his animals to watch the eclipse

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WORLD Radio - Kicker: A sight to behold


Sounds of the eclipse

A team of soundscape ecologists in Indiana study wildlife during a total solar eclipse

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WORLD Radio - Sounds of the eclipse


Cal Thomas: Pro-life with caveats

A pro-life position that allows abortion at the state level isn’t really pro-life

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WORLD Radio - Cal Thomas: Pro-life with caveats


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

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WORLD Radio - The World and Everything in It: April 10, 2024


Wednesday morning news: April 10, 2024

News of the day, including the prime minister of Japan visits the White House and Israel declares plans for a ground operation in the city of Rafah

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WORLD Radio - Wednesday morning news: April 10, 2024


Washington Wednesday: A less pro-abortion candidate

Former President Donald Trump’s current position on abortion causes concern for pro-life advocates

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WORLD Radio - Washington Wednesday: A less pro-abortion candidate


World Tour: Commemorating the Rwandan genocide

Plus, Mexico severing diplomatic ties with Ecuador, four nations performing joint exercises in the South China Sea, and a British man finishing a charity run across the length of Africa

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WORLD Radio - World Tour: Commemorating the Rwandan genocide


Kicker: Blowing off steam

A crater in Mount Etna starts releasing rings of vapor

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WORLD Radio - Kicker: Blowing off steam


Coffee for the congregation

A pastor roasts coffee beans to enhance fellowship for his church family

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WORLD Radio - Coffee for the congregation


Andrée Seu Peterson: Low-stress parenting

Life in the 1950s was more closely aligned with God’s order for the family

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WORLD Radio - Andrée Seu Peterson: Low-stress parenting


The World and Everything in It: April 9, 2024

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

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WORLD Radio - The World and Everything in It: April 9, 2024


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