The World and Everything in It
The World and Everything in It is WORLD Radio's daily half-hour audio news magazine, produced Monday-Friday. Play our programs and segments online below, or subscribe to the podcast by clicking the iTunes icon or RSS icon in the right column.
Send comments to email@example.com, or call 202-709-9595.
A longer week-in-review TW&E program airs weekends on many radio stations. (If you wish to receive both the daily TW&E podcast plus the podcast version of the weekend program, you must subscribe to each separately.)
The process and controversy of fracking, protecting the unborn, a drone crashes at the White House, drones for fun and research, listener feedback
Today’s news and a conversation with Dan Kish about fracking, plus: commentary from Cal Thomas about protecting the unborn, a report about a drone crashing near the White House, technology correspondent Michael Cochrane reports on drones for fun and research, listener feedback, and more
ISIS: Kurdish fighters claim a major victory in the struggle to beat back ISIS in Syria.
Weather: A historic winter storm with near hurricane force winds is lashing the Northeastern US today.
Oil and gas: The Obama administration is pushing new methane emission regulations on oil and gas production.
Bobby Jindal: Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal rallied Christians at a prayer event in his home state this week.
Business/economy: Stocks edged up Monday, but economic news was mixed overall.
Fracking: The process and the controversy
Dan Kish of the Institute for Energy Research explains the impact of fracking and the controversy surrounding it.
Commentary: Protecting the unborn
Commentator Cal Thomas says, “if Republicans are serious about advancing protection for unborn, they will adopt a different strategy.”
Drone crashes at White House
Read “Secret Service questioned man whose drone crashed near White House” from USA Today.
Drones for fun and research
Michael Cochrane cover science and technology stories for WORLD Radio.
Have something to say? Write to firstname.lastname@example.org.