All Things Considered for December 6, 2005 Hear the All Things Considered program for December 6, 2005
Witnesses Testify on Torture During Saddam Regime
Former U.S. Official: Iraq Unity Tenuous
Verizon Unveils Major Changes to Retirement Benefits
Submarine Builder to Cut More than 2,000 Jobs
CIA Sued for Wrongful Kidnapping, Interrogation
Ex-CIA Agent Robert Baer, Inspiration for 'Syriana'
San Francisco: A Childless Future?
Forging a Bond with the Chain Gang
Florida Professor Acquitted of Key Terrorism Charge
High Court Weighs On-Campus Military Recruitment
Jeanine Pirro's Uphill Battle for N.Y. Senate Seat
What Happened to Ethics on the Hill?
School Targets Older, Immigrant Students
The James Bond Theme: From Naipaul to 007
Ford Drops Ads in Gay-Oriented Magazines
Plane Crash in Tehran Kills More than 100
Beethoven Suffered from Lead Poisoning
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