The World and Everything in It is an audio news magazine produced daily (Monday-Friday), with a longer week-in-review program on weekends. Hosted by Nick Eicher and Joseph Slife, the program features reports, interviews, and analysis from WORLD's editorial team.
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Memorial Day weekend edition, a Christian response to disaster, and Senate Committee passes immigration bill, plus movie reviews and commentary from Cal Thomas
Immigration bill passes Senate committee, IRS official invokes Fifth Amendment, Oklahoma tornado damage, culture talk with John Stonestreet, high school students fighting modern slavery, BSA votes to end ban on homosexual scouts, Supreme Court to vote on prayer in government meetings, Cal Thomas on President Obama commencement address, Rep. Kinzinger (R-Ill.) on Obamacare, IRS, and Benghazi, market and economy, Notable Speech by Ronald Reagan, Phil Boatwright on John Wayne, State Dept. religious freedom report, IRS abuse of power nothing new, The History Book, and more
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Hear daily news reports and interviews featuring WORLD News Group's editorial team. Hosted by Nick Eicher and others, This Is News airs weekdays on the Bott Radio Network and other radio stations. Find a station near you, or never miss a show by subscribing to the free podcast via the options shown above.
Obama defends drones and condemns GITMO, the Boy Scouts yield to pressure, Hobby Lobby presents its case in court, the community of Moore starts to heal, traders get off to a rough start on bad economic news from Asia
On counterterrorism, the president defends drones and condemns GITMO. The Boy Scouts yield to pressure and end the ban on homosexual scouts. The craft store Hobby Lobby argues its First Amendment case in court. In Oklahoma, the cleanup is ongoing but the community of Moore starts to heal. Traders get off to a rough start, awakening to bad economic news from Asia.