Vol. 36, No. 5
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A country up for grabs

International | Myanmar’s military toppled the civilian government. Now the country’s diverse population is banding together in protest

Facing the algorithms

Technology | As police turn to facial recognition technology to identify suspects and solve cases, critics worry about privacy and false accusations

To police or not to police?

Homelessness | In Los Angeles, “defunding the police” led to disbanding a unit specially designed to help with homelessness

Voter migration

Politics | Donald Trump made gains among some Hispanic voters in 2020. Will the GOP continue the trend?

Fallout from Ravi Zacharias’ abuse begins

Sexual Abuse | Apologetics ministry considers next steps while affiliates break away

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Legal Docket, Special Episode: Mandatory Vaccine Laws

The Supreme Court first considered the constitutionality of mandatory vaccine laws in Jacobson v. Massachusetts (1905). In this episode, hosts Mary Reichard and Jenny Rough examine that decision and cases that expanded it. You will hear from legal experts, doctors, a COVID-19 patient, and a pastor who offer insightful interviews on this this complex debate.

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A conversation with Kristin Du Mez

This week, hear Warren Smith's conversation with writer and Calvin University professor, Kristin Du Mez.

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