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The World and Everything in It - Jun 13 2014

Podcast | Culture Friday, classic tv shows, a history of Father’s Day

The World and Everything in It - Jun 12 2014

Podcast | Dave Brat defeats Eric Cantor, 'Hard Choices' met with mixed reviews, the Olasky Interview

The World and Everything in It - Jun 11 2014

Podcast | Israel versus Bergdahl, Santorum warns Republicans, Little League turns 75, diamonds in the sky

The World and Everything in It - Jun 10 2014

Podcast | A humanitarian crisis, legal round-up, Ben Carson on his book ‘One Nation’

Creating WWII’s unbreakable code

By Joseph Slife
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History | In the Navajo nation, flags flew at half-staff over the weekend in honor of Chester Nez, who died last week at the age of 93. Corporal Nez, as he was called…

The World and Everything in It - Jun 9 2014

Podcast | Legal Docket, the last of the original Navajo Code talkers laid to rest, an LGBT celebration at the Pentagon, Dollars and Sense

The World and Everything in It - Weekend Edition - Jun 7 2014

Podcast | The World and Everything in It for an early June weekend

The World and Everything in It - Jun 6 2014

Podcast | Culture Friday, the Sinatra songbook, a preview of ‘Listening In

Reagan and D-Day: Reasons to remember

By Joseph Slife
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History | Today marks the 10th anniversary of the death of one of the 20th century’s towering figures: Ronald Wilson Reagan, the 40th president of the United States.

The World and Everything in It - Jun 5 2014

Podcast | American knowledge about WWII, the fault with ‘The Fault in our Stars,’ the tenth anniversary of Ronald Reagan’s death

The World and Everything in It - Jun 4 2014

Podcast | 25 years after Tiananmen Square, vocal fry tones, talking to God while riding a bike

The church has left the building

By Joseph Slife
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Religion | Editor’s note: So often when churches are in the news it is because of something controversial—such as a scandal or a fight over doctrinal issues. That is

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