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Hear daily news reports hosted by WORLD publisher Nick Eicher.
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Asheville, NC

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Hear daily news reports hosted by WORLD publisher Nick Eicher.

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English

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P.O. Box 20002, Asheville, NC 28802 828-232-5415


Episodes

The fall of a Southern Baptist leader, and building a wedding business

5/24/2018
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Sarah Schweinsberg reports on the Paige Patterson controversy, J.C. Derrick discusses changes at the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, and Jim Henry reports on concerns over China's use of U.S. surveillance technology. Plus: Susan Olasky visits a wedding business in Virginia.

Duration:00:34:08

Washington Wednesday, and What Do People Do All Day?

5/23/2018
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Kent Covington talks with data analyst John Couvillon about the lay of the land six months ahead of the 2018 midterm elections, and Kim Henderson reports from Caseyville, Mississippi about a green thumb who's made a name for herself growing herbs.

Duration:00:28:53

A foster care alternative, and the declining U.S. birth rate

5/22/2018
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Maria Baer profiles a family offering a safe home for kids in crisis, Sarah Schweinsberg reports new figures showing a declining birth rate in the United States, and June Cheng discusses a conflict between the World Health Organization and Taiwan.

Duration:00:28:33

Legal Docket and the Monday Moneybeat

5/21/2018
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Mary Reichard analyzes a Supreme Court case involving the IRS and stock options, Nick Eicher reports on a pre-emptive ceasefire in the looming trade war between the United States and China, and Paul Butler discusses the founding of a new Protestant denomination 280 years ago.

Duration:00:33:07

Culture Friday, and PBS Masterpiece Theaters Little Women

5/18/2018
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John Stonestreet discusses California's Healthy Youth Act and a brewing theological controversy, and Megan Basham reviews a new version of Louisa May Alcott's classic, Little Women. Plus: George Grant highlights some clichs to avoid.

Duration:00:27:08

DACA drama in Washington, and electric planes

5/17/2018
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Jim Henry reports on a rogue GOP effort to resolve the DACA dilemma, Emily Belz discusses how advocates for the poor are pushing for bail reform amid the prison reform debate, and Michael Cochrane details an alternative to driving and expensive airlines.

Duration:00:32:56

Washington Wednesday, and indoor farming

5/16/2018
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Kent Covington and Mindy Belz discuss the implications of the U.S. Embassy moving from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, and Sarah Schweinsberg visits an indoor farm in rural West Central Minnesota, a growing trend in urban areas with little access to farmland.

Duration:00:31:28

Two different takes on sex ed, and forgiveness after the Vietnam War

5/15/2018
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Sarah Schweinsberg reports on the Trump administration's move to restore funding for sex ed programs that emphasize risk avoidance, and Mary Reichard talks to Jill Nelson about an attempt in California to prevent parents from opting their children out of sex ed classes that discuss gender issues. Plus, Paul Butler brings us the story of one woman's journey from pain and hatred to forgiveness and healing after the Vietnam War.

Duration:00:30:03

Culture Friday, and Megans Movie Night

5/11/2018
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John Stonestreet discusses American culture's angry men who feel entitled to unearned intimacy, Mary Reichard interviews Drew Zahn about Iowa's new protections for the preborn, and Megan Basham recommends a film for Mother's Day. Plus: Editor in Chief Marvin Olasky on why WORLD reviews R-rated movies.

Duration:00:31:20

Defeating ISIS, and helping the homeless

5/10/2018
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Jim Henry reports on the effort to defeat ISIS, and Mindy Belz reports on American pastor Andrew Brunson's second trial in Turkey. Plus: Susan Olasky reports on an approach to helping the homeless in Dublin, Ireland.

Duration:00:30:42

Washington Wednesday, and women in farming

5/9/2018
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Kent Covington dives into the latest news at the Environmental Protection Agency, and Sarah Schweinsberg reports from Minnesota on the growing number of women farmers.

Duration:00:31:19

Title X funding changes, and The Olasky Interview

5/8/2018
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Sarah Schweinsberg reports on how the Trump administration is changing who gets family planning funds, and Mary Reichard talks with the president of Summit Ministries about why that ministry is pulling out of California. Plus: Marvin Olasky discusses poverty-fighting in America's heartland with James Whitford.

Duration:00:32:16

Culture Friday, and church segregation

5/4/2018
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John Stonestreet discusses Cecile Richards' retirement from Planned Parenthood, Megan Basham reviews 11AM: Hope for America's Most Segregated Hour. Plus: WORLD News Group CEO Kevin Martin helps mark WORLD Radio's 5-year anniversary.

Duration:00:32:58

An adoption battle in Kansas, and a Thai elephant sanctuary

5/3/2018
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Lynde Langdon and Mary Reichard discuss Kansas legislation to protect faith-based adoption agencies, Jim Henry reports on social media censorship, and Jill Nelson reports from an elephant sanctuary in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

Duration:00:29:46

Washington Wednesday, and Marine deployment

5/2/2018
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Kent Covington talks with Rich Goldberg about the latest on the Iran nuclear deal, and Kim Henderson reports from Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, about one mother's experience as her marine son deploys overseas.

Duration:00:31:40

Residential rehab, and the Classic Book of the Month

5/1/2018
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Jill Nelson reports on drug rehab centers springing up in residential neighborhoods, Sarah Schweinsberg covers the health of U.S. public and charter schools, and Jenny Schmitt discusses Ireland's looming abortion referendum. Plus: Emily Whitten with May's Classic Book selection.

Duration:00:33:41

Legal Docket, and the Monday Moneybeat

4/30/2018
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Mary Reichard analyzes a Supreme Court case weighing how much power the president has to make immigration law, and Nick Eicher reports on economic growth. Plus: Paul Butler with notable happenings from this week in history.

Duration:00:30:25

Culture Friday, and Avengers: Infinity War

4/27/2018
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John Stonestreet and Nick Eicher discuss the issue of sphere sovereignty and how it is influencing Alfie Evans in the U.K., and Megan Basham reviews the first installment of the Avengers conclusion. Plus: your listener feedback.

Duration:00:31:37

Prison reform, and facing mortality

4/26/2018
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Mary Reichard talks with the president of California Family Council about a bill that would infringe on religious freedom, Jim Henry reports on prison reform efforts, and Onize Ohikere covers a new report from the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom. Plus: Katie Gaultney profiles a woman filling each day with purpose and fun.

Duration:00:33:19

Washington Wednesday, and rural library challenges

4/25/2018
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Kent Covington talks with former FBI agent Jim Long about James Comey's new book, and Paul Butler visits a library in Illinois adjusting to life in the technological age.

Duration:00:31:55

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