Aired 4 months ago 5:31
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Aired 4 months ago 17:18
Live Fight Chat Dave Allen vs Lucas Browne Heavyweight Clash
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Aired 2 months ago 10:31
Quadruple Homicide Finally Solved
Tom and Lorraine Lucas moved to Upstate SC, not because of the beauty and all the area has to offer, but to be close to family and try to help find their son's killer.Â It all started on November 6, 2003 when a customer found four employees murdered in the Superbike Motorsports in Chesnee, SC.Â Â It wasn't until November 3, 2016, when local realtor Todd Kohlhepp was arrested for the kidnapping of Kala Brown and murder of her boyfriend Charlie Carver, that the Lucas' later learned that Kohlhepp was the murderer they had been searching for.Â Former FBI agent, John Douglas saysÂ â€œthey may be out there, but in my experience over many years, I havenâ€™t seen one quite like him,â€ referring to Kohlhepp in his new book,Â Â â€œKiller Across the Table."Â HLN's new series, Lies, Crimes & Videos,Â spotlights this crime on Saturday, June 15th, at 8p est.Â Watch a PREVIEW HERE. Take a minute to listen to Tom and Lorraine Lucas tell their story when they visited with me on The Morning Answer. Download and take it with you for later.
Aired 3 months ago 51:32
Rami Nashashibi and Lucas Johnson Community Organizing as a Spiritual Practice
Community organizers Rami Nashashibi and Lucas Johnson have much to teach us about using love â€” the most reliable muscle of human transformation â€” as a practical public good. Nashashibi is the founder of the Inner-City Muslim Action Network, a force for social healing on Chicagoâ€™s South Side. Johnson is the newly-named executive director of The On Being Projectâ€™s Civil Conversations Project. In a world of division, they say despair is not an option â€” and that the work of social healing requires us to get â€œproximate to pain.â€ Rami Nashashibi is founder and executive director of the Inner-City Muslim Action Network (IMAN) in Chicago. He was named a MacArthur fellow in 2017 and an Opus Prize laureate in 2018. Lucas Johnson is the executive director of The On Being Projectâ€™s Civil Conversations Project. He was previously international coordinator for the International Fellowship of Reconciliation, a century-old peace-building organization. Lucas is also a community organizer, writer, and a minister in the American Baptist Churches. Find the transcript for this show at onbeing.org.