All Things Considered for December 7, 2005 Hear the All Things Considered program for December 7, 2005
Man Who Claimed to Have Bomb Killed at Miami Airport
Rice: U.N. Torture Rules Apply to All U.S. Personnel
McCain Torture Ban Gains Congressional Support
Governor to Hear Clemency Plea for Tookie Williams
Who Should Make Life-or-Death Decisions?
Concern Grows over Iraqi 'Honor Killings'
An Argument for Staying the Course in Iraq
Weinstein Brothers Make Buzz-Worthy Return to Film
Smoot, Namesake of a Unit of Length, Retires
Bush Ramps Up Defense of U.S. Strategy on Iraq
Congress Reacts Swiftly to Iraq Speech
Filtering Provides Inexpensive Way to Clean Water
A Question (or Two), Mr. President
Hurricane Damage Leads to Rise in Plastic Prices
Jon Randall Rediscovers 'North Carolina Moon'