Vol. 34, No. 2
Gary Fong/Genesis
Nowhere to live

California | A housing crisis is clamping down on middle-income workers—teachers like Renata Sanchez—in prosperous California

Perilous journeys

Immigration | As Nigerian immigrants dream of better lives in Europe, aid groups work to curb illegal and risky travel

The fight for Chinese rights

Persecution | A network of lawyers in China has led a bold effort to enforce the rule of law, but Communist opposition is formidable

‘Trump of the Tropics’

South America | Critics of Brazil’s new president unfavorably compare him to Donald Trump, but Jair Bolsonaro’s win also marks a move away from socialism and shows the rise of evangelical influence

‘The love is here’

Effective Compassion | In Brooklyn, a church without much money gives addicts a rare welcome mat

NPR from a Christian Worldview: Each weekday morning, enjoy daily radio news, interviews, commentary, and original features reported from the field.

Jan
21
1.21.19 Legal Docket, Monday Moneybeat, and History Book

Mary Reichard explains a Supreme Court case considering the Double Jeopardy Clause of the Fifth Amendment; Nick Eicher reports on the status of the markets; and Paul Butler covers notable dates from this week in history. Plus: commentary from Andre Seu Peterson.

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Insightful interviews with popular musicians, Christian thought leaders, makers of movies and television, respected authors, and key political leaders.

Jan
18
A conversation with John Patitucci

This week, Warren Smith talks with jazz bass master John Patitucci.

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WORLD Around the World

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