The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

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A daily audio news magazine featuring reports, interviews, and analysis from WORLD’s editorial team. WORLD is your source for news and views presented from a biblical worldview perspective.
Legal Docket, and History Book
Oct 15 • 33 min
Mary Reichard discusses two Supreme Court cases dealing with a law called the Armed Career Criminal Act, Nick Eicher reports on the status of the stock market, and Paul Butler covers notable dates from this week in history. Plus: commentary from Andre Seu…
Culture Friday, Gosnell, and a Nigerian wedding
Oct 12 • 34 min
John Stonestreet and Nick Eicher discuss a ruling from the UK’s Supreme Court defending the religious freedom of a bakery owner, Megan Basham reviews the Gosnell movie, and Sarah Schweinsberg goes to a Christian Nigerian wedding.
Fleeing Venezuela, and raising conjoined twins
Oct 11 • 31 min
Jamie Dean discusses how Colombia is dealing with the fallout from Venezuela’s collapsed economy, and Sarah Schwinsberg revisits a family raising conjoined twins. Plus: a Listening In preview.
Washington Wednesday, and rising law enforcement deaths
Oct 10 • 34 min
Michael Cochrane discusses the state of voting technology in the United States, Mindy Belz reports on events around the globe, and Kim Henderson examines what motivates police officers to take on a dangerous profession. Plus: commentary from Joel Belz.
Pot legalization Part 4, and a conversation with Fernando Ortega
Oct 9 • 31 min
Jim Long discusses part 4 of WORLD’s investigative series on pot legalization, Sarah Schweinsberg reports on an important statewide referendum on transgender public accommodations, and Jenny Lind Schmitt talks with singer/songwriter Fernando Ortega. Plus:…
Legal Docket, and the Monday Moneybeat
Oct 8 • 32 min
Mary Reichard discusses a Supreme Court case weighing whether it’s cruel and unusual to execute a killer with dementia, Nick Eicher reports on the current unemployment rate, and Paul Butler covers important dates from this week in history. Plus:…
Culture Friday, and dueling TV reboots
Oct 5 • 30 min
Nick Eicher and John Stonestreet discusses the important influence of Christian colleges, Megan Basham compares the reboot of Murphy Brown and Last Man Standing, and Marvin Olasky explains WORLD’s religious and political beliefs. Plus: the 50th…
Hope for heart disease, and the Statement on Social Justice
Oct 4 • 34 min
Dr. Charles Horton discusses a new device that could change the lives of people with heart disease, Sarah Schweinsberg reports on both sides of the debate over The Statement on Social Justice and the Gospel, and Katie Gaultney visits a family with a child…
Washington Wednesday and the dignity of work
Oct 3 • 33 min
Nick Eicher talks with environmental lawyer Brent Fewell about changes at the EPA, Kyle Ziemnick reports on a California legislative effort, and Kim Henderson visits a coffee shop providing work opportunities to people with disabilities. Plus: commentary…
Immigrant rules, a Dallas tragedy, and the Classic Book of the Month
Oct 2 • 33 min
Sarah Schweinsberg reports on the administration’s proposed rule change for legal immigrants, and Katie Gaultney discusses an ongoing controversy in Dallas. Plus: Emily Whitten with October’s Classic Book of the Month.
Legal Docket, and the Monday Moneybeat
Oct 1 • 33 min
Mary Reichard previews the new Supreme Court term, Nick Eicher reports on the state of the economy entering the fourth quarter, and Paul Butler covers notable dates from this week in history. Plus: J.C. Derrick on the Kavanaugh controversy.
Culture Friday, and Smallfoot
Sep 28 • 30 min
Nick Eicher and John Stonestreet discuss how Christians should live in a politically toxic culture, and Megan Basham provides a warning for parents about the new film Smallfoot. Plus: your listener feedback.
Charitable giving challenges, and Thai coffee
Sep 27 • 33 min
Leigh Jones reports on a tax battle that has caught school choice programs in the crossfire, and Michael Cochrane discusses the debut of a 5G network. Plus: Jill Nelson reports on coffee-making in Thailand.
Washington Wednesday, and horse therapy
Sep 26 • 30 min
Nick Eicher and Jamie Dean discuss the rise of democratic socialism, and Sarah Schweinsberg reports on the use of horses as therapy for people with disabilities. Plus: commentary from Joel Belz.
Election integrity, and anonymous dads
Sep 25 • 29 min
Sarah Schweinsberg reports on a new poll suggesting Americans are losing trust in the election process, and Mary Jackson discusses donor-conceived children who are starting to track down their anonymous dads. Plus: Paul Butler reports on what it takes to…
Legal Docket, and the Monday Moneybeat
Sep 24 • 32 min
Mary Reichard discusses a fresh idea to make the American legal system more user-friendly, and Nick Eicher reports on the state of the economy, poverty, and new regulations for the airline industry. Plus: Paul Butler covers notable dates from this week in…
Culture Friday, and the 2018 Emmy awards
Sep 21 • 29 min
Nick Eicher and John Stonestreet discuss Christian disaster relief, Megan Basham reviews the 2018 Emmy awards. Plus: Word Play with George Grant.
U.S. refugee numbers, and The Olasky Interview
Sep 20 • 31 min
Mindy Belz discusses the Trump administration’s new cap on U.S. refugees, Kristen Flavin reports on the ongoing relief efforts in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria, and Marvin Olasky talks with the founder of Harvest USA, John Freeman. Plus: commentary…
Washington Wednesday, and teaching children to play
Sep 19 • 30 min
Nick Eicher discusses the Texas Senate race with Professor Brandon Rottinghaus of the University of Houston, and Susan Olasky visits a playground that’s teaching children to play. Plus: commentary from Janie Cheaney.
Florence’s wake, and surveilling students
Sep 18 • 31 min
Jamie Dean reports on Florence relief efforts, and Sarah Schweinsberg covers an abortion decision in Missouri that is bringing an important Supreme Court ruling into focus. Plus: Michael Cochrane explains how improving technology in schools is raising…
Legal Docket, and the Monday Moneybeat
Sep 17 • 31 min
Mary Reichard discusses the discrimination suit against Harvard University, Nick Eicher reports about new economic data showing the economy still humming along, and Paul Butler covers important dates from this week in history. Plus: commentary from Andre…
Culture Friday, and Unbroken: Path to Redemption
Sep 14 • 33 min
Nick Eicher and John Stonestreet discuss a study evaluating rapid-onset gender dysphoria, and Megan Basham reviews the new film on the faith story of Louis Zamperini. Plus: listener feedback.
Green Rush: Part 3, and The Olasky Interview
Sep 13 • 34 min
Mary Reichard and Jim Long discuss the involvement of Big Tobacco in the push to legalize marijuana, and Sarah Schweinsberg reports on the rising number of STD cases. Plus: Marvin Olasky talks with Summit Ministries president Jeff Myers
Washington Wednesday, and evangelizing Mormons
Sep 12 • 30 min
Nick Eicher and David Bahnsen discuss the lessons to learn from the financial crisis 10 years ago, and Sarah Schweinsberg reports on a Utah ministry helping Christians learn how to evangelize their Mormon neighbors. Plus: commentary from WORLD founder…
Remembering 9/11, and the shortage of doctors
Sep 11 • 30 min
Kristen Flavin reports on the growing death toll in the wake of 9/11, Laura Finch discusses what’s behind the mysterious entity called ‘Q-Anon,’ and Leigh Jones reports on the decreasing number of doctors in America. Plus: Kim Henderson tells the story of…
Legal Docket, and the Monday Moneybeat
Sep 10 • 32 min
Mary Reichard discusses the California proposal to make it against the law to get help controlling unwanted same-sex attraction, and Nick Eicher reports on the August jobs report. Plus: Paul Butler covers notable events from this week in history.
Culture Friday, Jack Ryan, and Kavanaugh protesters
Sep 7 • 33 min
John Stonestreet and Nick Eicher discuss the dignity of work, Mary Reichard talks with an eyewitness to the Kavanaugh protests, and Megan Basham reviews a new Amazon series. Plus: Editor-in-chief Marvin Olasky explains how to be a better writer.
Unrest in Nicaragua, and Philly’s ‘Birds of Pray’
Sep 6 • 34 min
Mindy Belz reports on Nicaragua’s political troubles as tensions grow, and Sarah Schweinsberg covers changes to the government oversight for gene experimentation and therapy. Plus: J.C. Derrick and Rob Maaddi discuss the Christian culture of the…
Washington Wednesday, and singing Samoans
Sep 5 • 33 min
Mary Reichard discusses the confirmation battle over Judge Brett Kavanaugh, Paul Butler reports on the craft of clock repair, and commentary from Janie Cheaney. Plus: Samoans who sing while firefighting.
Liberty University controversy, and the Classic Book of the Month
Sep 4 • 30 min
Nick Eicher and Charissa Crotts discuss the Liberty University story causing a stir among evangelicals, Susan Olasky reports the second part of her story about the flu pandemic in 1918, and Emily Whitten recommends a classic book for September. Plus: Paul…