The World and Everything in It is an audio news magazine produced daily (Monday-Friday), with a longer week-in-review program on the weekend. Hosted by Nick Eicher and Joseph Slife, the program features reports, interviews, and analysis from WORLD's editorial team.
Find a station near you that carries our weekend program, play our programs online, or access our podcasts by clicking the iTunes icon or the RSS icon in the right-hand column. (Note: To receive both the daily TW&E podcast and the weekend podcast, you must subscribe to each separately.)
Send comments or questions to email@example.com, or call 202-709-9595.
Culture Friday, the most indebted graduates, a preview of 'Listening In'
Today’s news and Culture Friday with John Stonestreet, a discussion of Christianity and the culture, plus: a profile of the most indebted graduating class, a preview of this weekend's Listening In program, and more
IRS: Reports that the IRS is scrapping a proposed rule to restrict the political activity of nonprofit groups may be premature.
Benghazi: Five Democrats will serve on the newly formed Select Committee on Benghazi, although somewhat reluctantly.
VA scandal: Lawmakers are starting to lose patience with VA chief Eric Shinseki.
Racism: West Virginia Democrat Senator Jay Rockefeller drew fire this week for suggesting that many who don’t support Obamacare are racist.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that stocks were higher on Thursday, primarily because of positive retail earnings and home sales.
Culture Friday: Christians in the culture
John Stonestreet of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview talks about the outworking of a Christian faith in a predominantly secular world.
The college class of 2014: The most indebted class ever
Financial writer Matt Bell is the associate editor of SoundMindInvesting.com and the author of The Grad's Guide to Money: Simple Tips to Saving, Giving, and Smart Spending (TH1NK, 2013).
A preview of this weekend’s Listening In program
WORLD News Group's Warren Cole Smith speaks with global financial analyst Kevin Freeman.