All Things Considered for January 27, 2006 Hear the All Things Considered program for January 27, 2006
All Things Considered
Greenspan Era At The Fed Comes To A Close
Translating Alan Greenspan-Speak
Times Square's TKTS Booth to Get Facelift
Tricky Comedy from 'Tristram Shandy'
Abbas Asks Hamas to Form Palestinian Government
A Look at the Leaders of Hamas
Democracy and the Middle East
Mozart's Last Symphony: The Giant 'Jupiter'
Kerry Eyes Filibuster over Alito Nomination
Have Earmarks Really Earned Their Bad Rep?
Rep. Lewis Rejects Allegations Against PAC
Chinese-Japanese Tensions Test U.S. Strategy
Vietnam Frees Leading Dissident
Italy Braces for Olympic Security Threats
NHL Shakes Off Lockout, Long Layoff
Trying Out for the Voice of D.C.'s Metro System
The Mathematics of Mozart's Music
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