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Michael Levitt

Michael Levitt

News Assistant, All Things Considered

Michael Levitt is a news assistant for All Things Considered who is based in Atlanta, Georgia. He graduated from UCLA with a B.A. in Political Science. Before coming to NPR, Levitt worked in the solar energy industry and for the National Endowment for Democracy in Washington, D.C. He has also travelled extensively in the Middle East and speaks Arabic.

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Tuesday

Expert is 'angry' at pace of government response in Turkey

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Monday

Monday

Monterey Park's long history as a bastion for Asian-American suburban life

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Thursday

Artificial Intelligence made big leaps in 2022 — is that exciting or scary?

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Tuesday

Data shows the pandemic spiked anxiety in the U.S., but state policies can help

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Wednesday

Wednesday

What Georgia's runoff election results mean for political parties

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Monday

COVID might cause sleep troubles that can last even after the infection passes

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Numerous failed rainy seasons in the Horn of Africa have decimated crops and livestock, leading to a crisis of hunger. Tony Karumba/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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The world's response to hunger crisis in East Africa is inadequate, say aid workers

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Thursday

Labor historians urge Biden against intervening rail labor deal

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Tuesday

U.S. bans Dominican sugar company over forced labor

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Friday

She was a diplomat in Ukraine when war came. In a U.S. suburb, a truck took her life

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Wednesday

Remembering the D.C. centenarian who went viral after dancing with President Obama

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Drought crisis in Ethiopia shows price of climate change on world's most vulnerable

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Monday

Somalia faces a food insecurity crisis because of extreme drought

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