25 years after Tiananmen Square, vocal fry tones, talking to God while riding a bike
Today’s news and a discussion of the massacre at Tiananmen Square 25 years ago, plus: Michael Cochrane explains that a certain way of speaking that could influence whether a person is hired, contributor Steve Moore talks about chats with God while biking, and more
Questions about Bergdahl: Troubling questions now surround the capture of Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl 5 years ago in Afghanistan.
Military presence: If Congress signs onto the president’s billion dollar proposal, the US will expand exercises and training with allies, and increase the military presence in Europe.
Danger for Christians: Nigeria tops a new list of the most violent and dangerous countries for Christians.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that stocks were up on Tuesday and the bidding war for Hillshire brands and its Jimmy Dean sausages was back in the news.
Remembering the massacre at Tiananmen Square 25 years later
WORLD Magazine editor Mindy Belz talks what the Chinese people are prevented from discussing, the 1989 massacre at Tiananmen Square.
Young women who speak in ‘vocal fry’ tones are less likely to land jobs
New research suggests that young women who use vocal fry are perceived as less competent, less educated, and less likely to be hired by potential employers. Learn more about the study.
Riding a bike, talking to God
Contributor Steve Moore is co-host of the daily radio program MoneyWise, produced by Compass–Finances God’s Way.