Juana Summers Juana Summers is a co-host of NPR's All Things Considered.
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Justin T. Gellerson

Juana Summers

Host, All Things Considered

Juana Summers is a co-host of NPR's All Things Considered, alongside Ailsa Chang, Ari Shapiro and Mary Louise Kelly. She joined All Things Considered in June 2022.

Summers previously spent more than a decade covering national politics, most recently as NPR's political correspondent covering race, justice and politics.

She covered the 2012, 2016 and 2020 presidential elections, and has also previously covered Congress for NPR. Her work has appeared in a variety of publications across multiple platforms, including Politico, CNN, Mashable and The Associated Press.

In 2016, Summers was a fellow at the Georgetown University Institute of Politics and Public Service.

She got her start in public radio at KBIA in Columbia, Mo., on the campus of the University of Missouri. She is a graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism, and is originally from Kansas City, Mo.

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Tuesday

Doug Williams talks this historic Super Bowl matchup of two Black quarterbacks

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Wednesday

Proposed copyright changes have Dungeons and Dragons fans up in arms

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Friday

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John Cale, ever restless, returns with the deeply collaborative 'Mercy'

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Wednesday

Malcolm-Jamal Warner talks inspiration and inner fight to make Grammy-nominated album

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A political standoff over the debt ceiling could harm the U.S. economy

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Thursday

Writer Aubrey Gordon wants to change the way people think and talk about fatness, including how the word "fat" is used. Beth Olson/Beacon Press hide caption

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Anti-fatness keeps fat people on the margins, says Aubrey Gordon

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Wednesday

U.S. Travel Association leader speaks on recent travel woes, and possible solutions

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Santa Barbara County official on storm cleanup and recovery

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Grant Wahl's death at the Qatar World Cup set off conspiracy theories that persisted long after they were disproven. Anne-Christine Poujoulat/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Conspiracy theorists hounded Grant Wahl's family when he died. Now they're back

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Tuesday

Kashana Cauley writes about the unexplored perspective of Black survivalists

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Monday

Dr. Céline Gounder confronts disinformation about her husband's death

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Tonight's college football final could make underdog history

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Friday

Congress and the history of disfunction

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