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Andrea Hsu

Senior Producer, All Things Considered

Andrea Hsu is a senior producer for NPR's All Things Considered.

Hsu first joined NPR and All Things Considered in 2002. Through interviews and in-depth series, she's covered topics ranging from America's opioid epidemic to emerging research at the intersection of music and the brain. She led the award-winning NPR team that happened to be in Sichuan Province, China, when a massive earthquake struck in 2008. Andrea came to NPR via National Geographic, the BBC, and the long-shuttered Jumping Cow Coffee House.

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Women Are Leading Biden's Economic Recovery Plan For The Country And Other Women

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In his role as a senior trainer with Hollaback!, Dax Valdes talks about the Five Ds, tactics bystanders can utilize when witnessing harassment or disrespect. Dax Valdes hide caption

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In Response To Anti-Asian Hate Incidents, Groups Step Up Trainings For Bystanders

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Demonstrators call for a union and $15 minimum wage at a McDonald's in Charleston, S.C., in February 2020. The U.S. Senate has voted to prohibit an increase in the federal minimum wage during the pandemic. Matt Rourke/AP hide caption

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Senate Says No To $15 Minimum Wage For Now, But Democrats Vow To Push On

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The American Academy of Pediatrics is calling on researchers to broaden their COVID-19 vaccine trials to include more children. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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A COVID-19 Vaccine For Children May Still Be Many Months Away

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As COVID-19 Vaccine Nears, Employers Consider Making It Mandatory

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The pandemic shuttered day-care centers, after-school programs and camps this year, creating problems for some parents who put aside wages, pre-tax, to pay for those expenses. Lars Baron/Getty Images hide caption

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Use It Or Lose It: Parents Set Wages Aside For Child Care. Now It's At Risk

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Tina Miller, owner of Walkabout Outfitter, says keeping her business afloat in the pandemic has been beyond challenging. At one point, business was down 90%. Kirk Miller hide caption

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Florida Just Passed A $15 Minimum Wage. Is The Time Right For A Big Nationwide Hike?

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Why The Pandemic Is Forcing So Many Women To Leave Their Jobs

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Will Station, a vice president at Boeing, with his wife April, and children, Jaden and Taylor, on Saturday, Nov. 8, 2020, near their home in Newcastle, Wash. During the pandemic, Station has put in more hours at home and is spending more time with his family. Jovelle Tamayo for NPR hide caption

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'I'm A Much Better Cook': For Dads, Being Forced To Stay At Home Is Eye-Opening

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The American Government Once Offered Widely Affordable Child Care ... 77 Years Ago

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Joyce Chen, an associate professor of development economics at Ohio State University, has had to put her research on hold this year to oversee her children's virtual schooling. Chen is also teaching virtually this fall. Jessica Phelps for NPR hide caption

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Even The Most Successful Women Pay A Big Price

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Richard Wang, who calls MLB games for Fox Sports Taiwan in Mandarin Chinese, had never called a baseball game in English. This spring, as the pandemic shut down baseball in the U.S., he was tapped to introduce Taiwan's professional baseball league to a global audience. Sam Yeh/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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For Fans Hungry For Baseball, Taiwanese Announcer Made Right Call In Unusual Season

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During Pandemic, MLB Baseball Announcer's Audience Grows

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