April 1, 2014
The World and Everything in It

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A conversation about Noah, the importance of Noah, the most expensive musical instrument, a profile of a Christian comedian, offbeat newsbeat

Today’s news and a discussion with TW&E’s Kent Covington about Paramount’s new film, plus: commentary from Cal Thomas about the importance of Noah, the most expensive musical instrument in the world, a profile of Christian comedian Tim Hawkins, the offbeat newsbeat with Albin Sadar, and more

Program Segments

Tuesday news

Obamacare: The Obama administration reached their goal of 6 million sign-ups for Obamacare by the March 31st deadline. Although the deadline has passed, the administration is allowing more time for those who had difficulty signing up. 

Immigration: TW&E’s Steve Jordahl reports that federal immigration officials are responding to charges they are letting convicted felons go.

Korea: Tensions are rising on the Korean peninsula as the U.S. and South Korea are conducting military exercises near the border with North Korea.

March Madness: Number 8 seed Kentucky has made it into college basketball’s “final four” semi-final showdown in Arlington Texas. They’ll face a number 2 seed Wisconsin this Saturday.

Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that the markets ended the first quarter more or less flat for the year.

A conversation about the new film Noah

Senior correspondent Kent Covington discusses the good and bad elements of Paramount’s Bible epic Noah

Read articles about Noah by Marvin Olasky and Sophia Lee

Commentary: The importance of Noah

Commentator Cal Thomas points out why Christians should not discount the film adaption of Noah.

The world’s most expensive musical instrument?

Learn more about the Sotheby’s auction of a Stradivarius viola made in 1719.

A profile of comedian Tim Hawkins

Tim Hawkins’ 2014 performance schedule is posted here.

Stink bugs and old cheese

Albin Sadar covers “offbeat” news stories for The World and Everything in It.

April 1, 2014


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