Michael Levitt Michael Levitt is an assistant producer for All Things Considered.
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Michael Levitt

Michael Levitt

Assistant Producer, All Things Considered

Michael Levitt is an assistant producer for All Things Considered.

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Wednesday

An unusual museum heist: A man smuggled a painting into the building

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Tuesday

How Indonesia's revolution paved the way for decolonization worldwide

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Friday

Drummer for many jazz greats, Albert 'Tootie' Heath has died at age 88

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Thursday

Investigative journalists track suspected cartel boss using his google reviews

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Monday

This artist weaves the natural sounds from a 1,300-mile hike into music

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Wednesday

"Music is a need for me" why this violinist composed an album under ISIS

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Wednesday

Glassdoor's new privacy policy stirs fear that anonymous posts may not stay anonymous

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Monday

How Nvidia dominated the AI chip market

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Friday

Nearly all of Uranus' 27 moons have Shakespearean names. What'll this one be called?

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Monday

Evan Russel's photo of Yosemite's firefall in late February. Evan Russel hide caption

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Capturing Yosemite's gorgeous — and elusive — natural 'firefall'

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Thursday

The fickle, golden magic of the Yosemite "Firefall"

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Monday

Damon Tillman says coal will not surge back in Keyser to the way it once was. Haiyun Jiang for NPR hide caption

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This is what happens when a wind farm comes to a coal town

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Friday

Greta Lee of 'Past Lives' talks about how language and identity are intertwined

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Friday

What happens when a wind farm comes to a coal town?

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Monday

Fighters ride in a vehicle moving in a military convoy accompanying the governor of Sudan's Darfur State on Aug. 30, 2023. AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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An account from the frontline of 'the largest displacement of children on the planet'

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Saturday

U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Linda Thomas-Greenfield speaks during a press conference at the United Nations headquarters. Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images hide caption

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Thursday

A first-hand account from the frontline of the humanitarian crisis in Sudan and Chad

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Friday

Retired Military General Officer reacts to U.S. air strikes in the Middle East

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Thursday

Meet the 'chicken from hell' 2.0: a newly discovered dinosaur

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Sunday

Wednesday

Everyday users are complaining that the internet is more chaotic than ever

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Tuesday

The fight across the nation for the 'right to repair'

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Why flight attendants have a lot of time in their day that is unpaid

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Thursday

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From Amazon to Facebook and Google, here's how platforms can 'decay'

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