All Things Considered

All Things Considered

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National Public Radio's weekday afternoon newsmagazine with NPR's Ailsa Chang, Audie Cornish, Mary Louise Kelly, and Ari Shapiro.

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Fox News CEO Suzanne Scott warned colleagues not to "give the crazies an inch" after the 2020 elections. Dominion Voting Systems revealed her words in its $1.6 billion defamation suit against Fox.

Hundreds of thousands of people in Southwest Florida still don't have electricity or water. But Babcock Ranch, north of Fort Myers, was designed and built to withstand the most powerful storms.

Former students at the Blackwell School in Marfa, Texas, who were once banned from speaking Spanish, have worked for years to preserve the school's history.

After the hurricane damaged the only bridge, the only way to get to Pine Island is by private boat. Residents are returning to salvage what remains of their homes.

Denver Riggleman spent 8 months as an adviser to the Congressional committee investigating the January 6th Capitol Riot. Now he's written a book about his experience — called, "The Breach."

The Tesla CEO tells Twitter that he'll go ahead with the original deal to buy the company for $44 billion, or $54.20 a share, possibly averting a trial set for later this month.

YA phenom Adam Silvera has a new novel out Oct. 4. It's a prequel to his blockbuster <em>They Both Die At the End</em>, which is still on <em>The New York Times</em> bestsellers list after more than two years.

When Yamen Mekdad and Mark Gergis met in 2018, the pair combined their love of Syrian cassettes into a project aiming to save them — and share them more widely.

Planned Parenthood says it will provide abortions out of an RV-based clinic in southern Illinois by the end of the year. It will reduce travel time for some patients coming from surrounding states.

The reality TV star hawked a crypto token on her Instagram account without telling her hundreds of millions of followers she'd been paid to do so.

Divorced borrowers who have been on the hook for their ex's student debt are finally getting the fix they need. But the Education Department's radio silence makes the win bittersweet.

Fort Myers Beach was one of the places hit hardest by Hurricane Ian. Jim and Susan Helton are two of the many whose homes were destroyed. Now they don't know what's next.

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Panelists discuss how slashed oil production impacts inflation, the 100 days since Roe v. Wade fell, Republican identity politics, and how it all shapes the November midterm elections.

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The #MeToo movement brought down powerful Hollywood figures, including Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey. But the organization behind it has imploded.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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If Republicans win control of the U.S. House in the November midterm elections, as expected, then Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy is likely to take over as its speaker.

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