Mallory Yu Mallory Yu is an associate producer for All Things Considered.
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Mallory Yu

Mallory Yu

Associate Producer, All Things Considered

Mallory Yu is an associate producer for All Things Considered.

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Putin's moves to escalate the war in Ukraine has sparked panic and protests in Russia

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Immigration policy expert gives U.S. immigration system an F

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As the weather gets colder, Russian forces have targeted Ukraine's energy supply

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Adnan Syed's lawyer reacts to overturned conviction

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Jazz icon Dianne Reeves 'lost her breath' as Sheryl Lee Ralph sang her song at Emmys

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U.S. deputy marshals escort six-year-old Ruby Bridges from William Frantz Elementary School in New Orleans in November 1960. AP hide caption

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Ruby was the first Black child to desegregate her school. This is what she learned

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A.M. Homes on writing about characters that have different set of values from her

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Ruby Bridges on turning her experience of desegregating a school into a kids' book

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Former presidential pastry chef Roland Mesnier dies at age 78

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People wade through a flooded area in Pakistan, that has been dealing with what people are calling "monster monsoons". Zahid Hussain/AP hide caption

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Why climate change may be driving more infectious diseases

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How climate change could be impacting pathogenic diseases

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Fans react to what might be Serena Williams' final U.S. Open

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New Orleans, Louisiana after Hurricane Katrina, as seen in the new documentary Katrina Babies. HBO hide caption

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Years after Hurricane Katrina, a new documentary asks: What happened to the children?

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