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School administrators are assessing their security measures on campus; understanding the threat of monkeypox; and a visit to a historic symbol of freedom. Plus: commentary from Cal Thomas, and the Thursday morning news.
Season 1: Reasonable Doubt, The Terri Schiavo Story
After Palm Garden Convalescent Center blocks Michael's attempt to end Terri's life, all goes quiet on the legal front. But then a key figure enters the case, a lawyer whose personal—and spiritual—mission is centered on the right to die.
An investigation into American poverty-fighting and the ministries on the front lines of helping the hurting.
What proof do we have that prison ministry really works?
WORLD Senior Correspondent Kim Henderson investigates a shocking criminal case involving a minister who thinks he’s above the law.
Part 1 of a shocking story about abuse of power ... and people
Insightful interviews with popular musicians, Christian influencers, makers of movies and television, respected authors, and key political leaders.
A gracious, kind, understanding first approach to apologetics
Approach the Supreme Court bench as we unpack the pivotal arguments in current cases that are refining our nation's laws.
Patent law and administrative law intersect in this case that raises a question about the Appointments Clause of the U.S. Constitution.
Long-form, immersive stories about God’s world and His redemptive work in it.
Emily Whitten talks with three WORLD reviewers about their favorite books for kids in 2021, including WORLD’s Kids’ Book of the Year. They discuss how to capture kids’ imaginations with family read alouds, offering tips from authors like Gladys Hunt, Jamie Martin, and Megan Cox Gurdon.
Select conversations between WORLD's Marvin Olasky and people on the front lines of our cultural, political, and spiritual challenges.
Emma Green is a religion reporter for The Atlantic. In this 2019 interview, Marvin Olasky talks with Green about some of her memorable stories and how she has navigated contested topics.