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.
White House Wednesday, and education and cell phones
Dec 13 • 32 min
Today, a conversation with Senator James Lankford about the Intelligence Committee’s Russia investigation. Plus: Sarah Schweinsberg reports on the shifting views on cell phones in the classroom.
How to understand sexual harassment accusations, and Sister DeeDee
Dec 12 • 34 min
Today, a conversation with Boz Tchividjian about the Christian approach to the national sexual harassment scandal. Plus: A profile of Sister DeeDee, an ex-prostitute now helping others out of her former nightmare.
Legal Docket, and the WORLD Radio History Book
Dec 11 • 33 min
Today, Mary Reichard reviews the legal arguments in last week’s Supreme Court showdown over cakes, marriage, and rights of conscience. Plus: Notable dates in history from mid-December.
Culture Friday, and Megan’s Movie Night
Dec 8 • 32 min
Today, John Stonestreet talks about a link between religion and party politics. Plus: Megan Basham recommends the film “Secondhand Lions.”
The Illinois gubernatorial race and the 76th anniversary of Pearl Harbor
Dec 7 • 32 min
Today, Paul Butler reports from Illinois about the Republican governor who is facing low approval ratings and a rebellion inside his own party. Plus: A conversation with the second-oldest known survivor of the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Illinois gubernatorial race, and the 76th anniversary of Pearl Harbor
Dec 7 • 33 min
Today, Paul Butler reports from Illinois about the Republican governor who is facing low approval ratings and a rebellion inside his own party. Plus: A conversation with the second-oldest known survivor of the attack on Pearl Harbor.
White House Wednesday, and California wine-making
Dec 6 • 31 min
Today, Kent Covington talks with Rich Noyes of the Media Research Center about how the press has handled the Trump presidency. Plus: Susan Olasky visits one of a California vineyard to learn about the intricacies of making wine.
Classic Book of the Month, and the implications of tax reform
Dec 5 • 33 min
Today, Emily Whitten recommends “The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe,” by C.S. Lewis. Plus, Sarah Schweinsberg reports on the growing movement toward direct primary care clinics.
Legal Docket, and the History Book
Dec 4 • 33 min
Today, Mary Reichard breaks down oral arguments in a major religious liberty case before the Supreme Court of Canada. Plus: Paul Butler highlights notable dates in world history from early December.
Culture Friday, and An Open Secret
Dec 1 • 33 min
Today, John Stonestreet discusses the importance of next week’s Supreme Court arguments for a major religious liberty case. Plus: Megan Basham reviews the 2015 documentary An Open Secret.
Wikipedia censorship, and scandal at the U.S. Capitol
Nov 30 • 30 min
Today, Julie Borg discusses a renowned paleontologist who was removed from Wikipedia after embracing intelligent design. Plus: Jim Henry covers the unfolding sexual misconduct scandal on Capitol Hill.
White House Wednesday, and life for conjoined twins
Nov 29 • 32 min
Today, Kent Covington and J.C. Derrick discuss the nuances of Republican efforts to repeal Obamacare’s individual mandate. Plus: Sarah Schweinsberg brings the story of an Idaho couple who chose life for their conjoined twins.
Museum controversy, and the pro-life battle in Mississippi
Nov 28 • 32 min
Today, Emily Belz discusses controversies surrounding the new Museum of the Bible. Plus: Kim Henderson profiles a young pro-life activist who regularly visits Mississippi’s only abortion center.
Legal Docket, and the History Book
Nov 27 • 33 min
Today, Mary Reichard examines friend-of-the-court briefs filed in a major religious liberty case. Plus: Paul Butler highlights key historical events from late November.
Culture Friday, and Megan’s Movie Night
Nov 24 • 29 min
Today, John Stonestreet discusses the wisdom of the Pence rule. Plus: Megan Basham marks the 75th anniversary of the iconic film Casablanca.
A heart treatment controversy, and a journey to find family history
Nov 23 • 23 min
Today, Mary Reichard talks with Dr. Charles Horton about new research that is calling into question a standard treatment for heart ailments. Plus: Susan Olasky reports about WORLD editor in chief Marvin Olasky’s visit to Eastern Europe in search of…
White House Wednesday, and the story of the Russian church
Nov 22 • 31 min
Today, Kent Covington talks about repealing and replacing Obamacare with the MIT professor who helped write the Affordable Care Act. Plus: Paul Butler reports on how the policies of the Russian government after the Bolshevik Revolution spread the church…
Museum of the Bible, and understanding the Middle East
Nov 21 • 32 min
Today, Evan Wilt talks about his visit to a first-of-its-kind museum entirely dedicated to the Bible. Plus: an address from WORLD Senior Editor Mindy Belz on the problems in the Middle East.
Legal Docket, and the WORLD Radio History Book
Nov 20 • 32 min
Today, Mary Reichard discusses how the American Bar Association is taking on President Trump’s judicial choices in its once-well-regarded ratings. Plus: Some notable dates in history from mid-November.
Culture Friday, and The Man Who Invented Christmas
Nov 17 • 32 min
Today, John Stonestreet talks about how Australians overwhelmingly voted to legalize same-sex marriage. Plus: Megan Basham reviews the new film that depicts how one of the most classic Christmas stories came to be.
Fresh turmoil in the Middle East, and a taste of India in Texas
Nov 16 • 30 min
Today, Mindy Belz discusses an escalating conflict between Saudi Arabia and Iran that is reshaping power in the Middle East. Plus: WORLD Radio correspondent Katie Gaultney visits a Diwali festival in Texas.
White House Wednesday, and the consequences of legalized marijuana
Nov 15 • 30 min
Today, Kent Covington talks with Riley Walters of The Heritage Foundation about President Trump’s marathon tour of Asia. Plus: Sarah Schweinsberg talks with experts on the frontline about the medical and mental-health effects of marijuana on young people.
Driverless taxis, and the 2017 Daniel of the Year
Nov 14 • 32 min
Today, Michael Cochrane reports about driverless taxis on the streets of Phoenix. Plus: WORLD names Joni Eareckson Tada our 20th Daniel of the Year.
Legal Docket, and the WORLD Radio History Book
Nov 13 • 31 min
Today, Mary Reichard attempts to cut through some highly complex cases by discerning the proper legal tools of interpretation. Plus: Some notable dates in history from early November.
Culture Friday, and Murder on the Orient Express
Nov 10 • 30 min
Today, John Stonestreet discusses the power of prayer and the cultural glorification of suicide. Plus: Megan Basham reviews a murder mystery in theaters today, Murder on the Orient Express.
A conversation with a North Korean refugee, and House Republican retirements
Nov 9 • 32 min
Today, a conversation with someone who spent most of her life living under persecution in North Korea. Plus: Jim Henry reports on how the GOP is politically vulnerable as Republican members of Congress are retiring or resigning.
White House Wednesday, and the effects of marijuana legalization
Nov 8 • 32 min
Today, a look at the diversity visa lottery program President Trump wants to end. Plus: Sarah Schweinsberg reports from Denver, Colorado, about how marijuana legalization is affecting young people in the state.
Growing tensions in Catalonia, and The Olasky Interview
Nov 7 • 33 min
Today, Jenny Schmitt reports on the independence movement in Catalonia. Plus: WORLD Editor in Chief Marvin Olasky talks with Janet Vestal Kelly, who helped found an organization working on the adoption and foster care crisis in the U.S.
Legal Docket, and the WORLD Radio History Book.
Nov 6 • 31 min
Today, Mary Reichard breaks down the latest Supreme Court arguments. Plus, Paul Butler spotlights several notable historical events from the first week in November.
Culture Friday, and listener feedback
Nov 3 • 30 min
Today, Colson Center president John Stonestreet discusses the proliferating accusations of sexual misconduct by celebrities. Plus: Your listener feedback.