All Things Considered for November 7, 2005 Hear the All Things Considered program for November 7, 2005
Cheney Positions on Iraq, Detainees Under Scrutiny
High Court to Hear Challenge to Military Tribunals
Samuel Alito Prepares for Confirmation Hearings
Massachusetts Cracks Down on Drunk Driving
Woes Travel with Bush to South America
Closing Arguments Begin in Florida Terrorism Trial
Rice Pushes More Hands-On Role for U.S. Diplomats
California Initiatives: No Longer of the People
Wisconsin Hunting Season Opens Amid Racial Tension
Short Poems Still Sweet to Fans of the Form
French Riots Underscore Racial Inequity
French Students Mixed on Racial Unrest
Indiana Town Begins Recovery from Deadly Tornado
British Writer John Fowles Dies
Lots to Love on Stevie Wonder's 'A Time to Love'
A Neglected Somalia Seen as Extremist Haven
Liberians Return to Presidential Polls
Real-Estate Commissions Remain High
Voters to Decide on Name for 'White Settlement'
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