Michael Levitt Michael Levitt is a news assistant for All Things Considered.
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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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She was a diplomat in Ukraine when war came. In a U.S. suburb, a truck took her life

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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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Somalia faces a food insecurity crisis because of extreme drought

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This elderly African penguin wears special shoes to treat its foot condition

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This new book connects food and feelings through tales of love, loss and chicken

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CULVER CITY, CA - APRIL 17: Game show host Alex Trebek rehearses his lines on the set of the "Jeopardy!" Million Dollar Celebrity Invitational Tournament Show Taping on April 17, 2010 in Culver City, California. (Photo by Amanda Edwards/Getty Images) Amanda Edwards/Getty Images hide caption

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What some race-based admissions trends show, as SCOTUS hears affirmative action case

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This painting was displayed upside down for over 75 years. Finally, someone noticed

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Republicans recast drugs and fentanyl as a crime and border security problem

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Campaigns are spending record amounts on political advertising, but will it work?

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