All Things Considered for May 4, 2006 Hear the All Things Considered program for May 4, 2006
Senate Spending Bill Surpasses Bush's Limit
Oklahoma Senator Tugs at Beloved 'Earmarks'
House Allocates $5.5 Billion for Port Security
States Underserve Disabled Foster Kids, Study Says
Elmo's Dad Ships Out for Duty on 'Sesame Street'
Iran's Army Shells Iraqi Kurds Conducting Raids
Friedman on Petropolitics and Global Corruption
Saddam's Trial, Seen in Context
New Stamp Wouldn't Need a Rate Upgrade
Letters: A New Kidney, Neil Young and a Newspaper
Defiant Moussaoui Sent to 'Super-Max' Prison
America's Super-Max Prison to Host Moussaoui
Underwater Pipeline Damage Underestimated in Gulf
Taking the SAT, Graduating Middle School
Tutoring Vocabulary, Sharing a Lesson
Hamas-Fatah Relations Chill Amid Boycott
Palestinians Struggle Under Aid Withdrawal
Debating Freud on His Sesquicentennial
'New Yorker' Editor Explores Art of 'Reporting'