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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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Patients in 'trigger law' states reorient after access to abortion care halts

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White House economic adviser defends Biden's gas tax holiday

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Pabllo Vittar performs during WorldPride NYC 2019 on Pride Island in New York City. Steven Ferdman/Getty Images hide caption

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Pabllo Vittar: The drag queen-superstar fighting for equality in Brazil

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Missing men were killed trying to warn of illegal activity threatening the Amazon

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A prisoner is still in GITMO after he served his time. Now, he's suing for release

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Supreme Court decision limits excessive force lawsuits against Border Patrol agents

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A truck passes crosses placed along the highway to honor the victims killed in the recent school shooting at Robb Elementary School. Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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Creator of the FBI's active shooter training 'shocked' at police response in Uvalde

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Prison reporter Keri Blakinger reflects on her time in incarceration in new memoir

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What might life look like in a post-Roe America?

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How to get ready for what reproductive care could look like if Roe is overturned

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Jim Obergefell, the named plaintiff in the Obergefell v. Hodges Supreme Court case that legalized same-sex marriage, stands at the Texas Capitol during a rally on June 29, 2015. Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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With Roe overturned, LGBTQ activists worry same-sex marriage is next

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Plaintiff in landmark same-sex marriage ruling worries about overturning Roe v. Wade

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5-year-old Josh Vinson Jr. crowned #1 Josh for a 2nd time annual Josh Fight

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The shapes in this salt crystal are consistent with what would be expected for microorganisms. Kathy Benison hide caption

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This 830-million-year-old crystal might contain life. And we're about to open it

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