All Things Considered for April 13, 2007 Hear the All Things Considered program for April 13, 2007
Documents Show Justice Ranking U.S. Attorneys
White House Supports Wolfowitz Amid Scandal
Richardson: N. Korea Will Allow U.N. Inspections
Week in Politics, from Gonzales to McCain
Lawyers, Activists Protest Removal of Pakistan Judge
Al-Qaida Claims Deadly Bombings in Algeria
Camus, Re-Translated: 'Exile and the Kingdom'
That Was Cinerama: A Critic Waxes Nostalgic
U.S. Will Not Take Over Iraqi Parliament Security
Simulated City Preps Marines for Reality of Iraq
Study: 'Abstinence Only' Goes Only So Far
ESPN Apologizes for Radio Host's Attack on Blog
Drug Ads Play Up Benefits, Downsize Risks
Dem. Candidates Turn Backs on Fox, Black Caucus
In Imus, Democratic Candidates Lose a Platform
Odd Mix of Racial News: Pattern of 21st Century?
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