Vol. 35, No. 23
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Midnight trains to Georgia

Elections | The Peach State prepares for a political frenzy as a pair of January runoffs determine the balance of the Senate—and the shape of the presidency

Mint cigarettes and gas rations

Books of the Year | Rediscovering a critical year in the U.S. fight against Nazism

Flights to freedom

Books of the Year | The stories of two women making hard journeys to America show what refugees endure

United States of division?

Books of the Year | Solutions for pushing back against polarization

Matters of mystery

Books of the Year | Conventional science still fumbles with the question of how life began, but the best evidence points to a Designer

The World and Everything in It is an Apple Podcasts top 100 News program delivering essential headlines, field reporting, interviews, and expert analysis every weekday. Hear original coverage such as a weekly overview of every Supreme Court case, biblical cultural analysis, and key international stories.

Finding Paradise

Two years ago, California experienced its deadliest and most destructive wildfire to date: the Camp Fire. Reporter Sarah Schweinsberg visits the town at the center of the blaze to tell survivors’ stories of escape, loss, and recovery.

Listening In goes beyond talking points by providing in-depth conversations with newsmakers and thought leaders. This weekly, half-hour program adds candor to personal stories and perspectives.

A conversation with Trevin Wax

Trevin Wax is a theologian and author of the new book Rethink Your Self. On this episode of Listening In, host Warren Smith talks with Wax about a certain worldly view of life and how we ought to counter it as Christians.

For shareable story transcripts and audio, please visit worldandeverything.org

WORLD Around the World

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