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Hear daily news reports hosted by WORLD publisher Nick Eicher.

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.

Language:

English

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


Episodes

Culture Friday, and The Man Who Invented Christmas

11/17/2017
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Today, John Stonestreet talks about how Australians overwhelmingly voted to legalize same-sex marriage. Plus: Megan Basham reviews the new film that depicts how one of the most classic Christmas stories came to be.

Duration: 00:32:45


Fresh turmoil in the Middle East, and a taste of India in Texas

11/16/2017
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Today, Mindy Belz discusses an escalating conflict between Saudi Arabia and Iran that is reshaping power in the Middle East. Plus: WORLD Radio correspondent Katie Gaultney visits a Diwali festival in Texas.

Duration: 00:30:43


White House Wednesday, and the consequences of legalized marijuana

11/15/2017
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Today, Kent Covington talks with Riley Walters of The Heritage Foundation about President Trump's marathon tour of Asia. Plus: Sarah Schweinsberg talks with experts on the frontline about the medical and mental-health effects of marijuana on young people.

Duration: 00:30:47


Driverless taxis, and the 2017 Daniel of the Year

11/14/2017
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Today, Michael Cochrane reports about driverless taxis on the streets of Phoenix. Plus: WORLD names Joni Eareckson Tada our 20th Daniel of the Year.

Duration: 00:32:09


Legal Docket, and the WORLD Radio History Book

11/13/2017
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Today, Mary Reichard attempts to cut through some highly complex cases by discerning the proper legal tools of interpretation. Plus: Some notable dates in history from early November.

Duration: 00:31:00


Culture Friday, and Murder on the Orient Express

11/10/2017
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Today, John Stonestreet discusses the power of prayer and the cultural glorification of suicide. Plus: Megan Basham reviews a murder mystery in theaters today, Murder on the Orient Express.

Duration: 00:30:34


A conversation with a North Korean refugee, and House Republican retirements

11/9/2017
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Today, a conversation with someone who spent most of her life living under persecution in North Korea. Plus: Jim Henry reports on how the GOP is politically vulnerable as Republican members of Congress are retiring or resigning.

Duration: 00:32:45


White House Wednesday, and the effects of marijuana legalization

11/8/2017
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Today, a look at the diversity visa lottery program President Trump wants to end. Plus: Sarah Schweinsberg reports from Denver, Colorado, about how marijuana legalization is affecting young people in the state.

Duration: 00:32:43


Legal Docket, and the WORLD Radio History Book.

11/6/2017
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Today, Mary Reichard breaks down the latest Supreme Court arguments. Plus, Paul Butler spotlights several notable historical events from the first week in November.

Duration: 00:31:15


Culture Friday, and listener feedback

11/3/2017
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Today, Colson Center president John Stonestreet discusses the proliferating accusations of sexual misconduct by celebrities. Plus: Your listener feedback.

Duration: 00:30:54


Settling the IRS targeting scandal, and Zipline drones

11/2/2017
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Today, Jim Henry reports on the settlement for conservative groups the IRS unfairly targeted. Plus: A startup is using drones to deliver life-saving medical supplies in Africa.

Duration: 00:30:49


White House Wednesday, and inside the Adventures in Odyssey studios

11/1/2017
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Today, Kent Covington talks with Republican strategist Matt Mackowiak President Trump's relationship with congressional Republicans. Plus: Sarah Schweinsberg reports on 30 years of Adventures in Odyssey.

Duration: 00:30:05


Help for Middle East Christians, and Luther's 'Here I Stand' speech

10/31/2017
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Today, Mindy Belz discusses the Trump administration's decision to bypass the UN and provide aid directly to persecuted Christians in the Middle East. Plus: Part 2 of Max McLean's dramatic re-telling of Luther's trial for his teachings against the Catholic Church.

Duration: 00:30:30


White House Wednesday, and advancement in prosthetics

10/25/2017
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Today, Kent Covington talks with Alan Viard Republican plans to overhaul the tax code. Plus: Kristen Eicher reports about how technological advances with prosthetics are helping amputees return to active lives.

Duration: 00:29:59


President George W. Bush speaks, and the #MeToo movement

10/24/2017
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Today, excerpts of former President George W. Bush's speech that has everyone talking. Plus: Sarah Schweinsberg reports on how the hashtag is shining light on problems often shrouded in darkness.

Duration: 00:32:24


Legal Docket, and the Monday Moneybeat

10/23/2017
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Today, the Supreme Court weighs whether pleading guilty means you forever give up the right to appeal. Plus: House Speaker Paul Ryan says the tax plan pushed by President Trump and Republican leaders will add a fourth tax bracket for the highest-income people.

Duration: 00:31:24


Culture Friday, and "To End All Wars"

10/20/2017
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Today, John Stonestreet and Nick Eicher discuss how words have the power to shape culture. Plus: Megan Basham recommends the film "To End All Wars," the story of allied POWs during World War II.

Duration: 00:34:00


California wildfire recovery, and The Olasky Interview

10/19/2017
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Today, Jill Nelson brings a report from fire-ravaged California. Plus: WORLD Editor in Chief Marvin Olasky talks with author and professor Anthony Bradley about reforming America's criminal justice system.

Duration: 00:32:22


White House Wednesday, and leaping a cultural gap

10/18/2017
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Today, Mindy Belz reports from Europe about what average European citizens think of President Trump. Plus: Sarah Schweinsberg reports from Colorado Springs, Colo., about a megachurch that merged with a local Hispanic church.

Duration: 00:32:32


Legal Docket, and the Monday Moneybeat

10/16/2017
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Today, Mary Reichard discusses the rights of noncitizens. Plus: Some notable dates in history from mid-October, and a report on the status of business and the economy.

Duration: 00:31:53

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