All Things Considered for May 8, 2006 Hear the All Things Considered program for May 8, 2006
Choosing Hayden For CIA, Bush Risks Senate Fight
Debate Over Gen. Hayden Begins in Congress
A Top CIA Official Retires Under Cloud of Suspicion
Official: Funding Crisis May Force Hamas to Change
U.S.-Russia Relations Turning Icy Again
Paul Simon On Songwriting And 'Surprise'
Doctors Going 'Off-Label' to Help Patients
Remembering the Early Days of 'Gay Cancer'
Ney's Former Top Aide Cops Plea in Abramoff Case
Senators to Weigh Hayden's Military, Intelligence Work
Debating A Military Man's Role At The CIA
Darfur Refugees Kill African Union Translator
If Genocide Doesn't Spark a 'Just War,' What Does?
Drastic Change Predicted in Newark Mayor's Office
Indian Tribe May Open Abortion Clinic on Its Land
South Africa's Zuma Found Not Guilty of Rape
The Misunderstanding of John Malkovich
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