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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India is repealing controversial farm laws that sparked a year of protest from farmers. Analysts say it's both a victory for nonviolent resistance, and a shrewd political move.

Rob Gann travels the country as a jester in the rodeo of life. His clowning fills the lulls in the action. It also takes the edge off a sport that can be dangerous and unforgiving.

Journalist James Andrew Miller and NPR TV critic Eric Deggans talk about how HBO changed television and why the next few years are pivotal for the network's future.

Ohio's new congressional map favors Republicans 13 to 2. Voting rights advocates say it's a violation of redistricting rules voters put in place in 2018. One group has already filed a legal challenge.

Before the Pilgrims celebrated Thanksgiving, local Wampanoags and Indigenous people throughout North America, gathered to give thanks 13 times throughout the lunar, calendar year.

State rules were temporarily loosened in 2020 to help patients get care outside a doctor's office. But is telehealth by phone safe and effective? State legislatures and insurers must soon decide.

Bly won a National Book Award and was a tireless advocate for poetry. But he knew he could rub people the wrong way. "I do remember people wanting to kill me," he said, "but that's not unusual."

Thousands of recent Afghan refugees are still living on military bases as resettlement agencies struggle to find affordable housing. Some, like Zahra Yagana, are finding help in unexpected places.

Facing political and demographic changes in the state over the last decade, Republicans in Georgia used redistricting to expand representation in Congress while ceding ground in the state legislature.

In the Web3 vision of the internet's future, tech giants like Facebook and Google aren't as critical. The internet instead is a peer-to-peer experience built on what's known as the blockchain.

NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Kathleen Kim, the puppeteer behind Ji-Young, the show's newest Muppet. Kim, born to Korean immigrants, says she grew up watching the show herself.

With the holiday season almost here, we've asked three kitchen masters for their take on recipes that allow you to socialize while you cook.

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