All Things Considered for August 3, 2007 Hear the All Things Considered program for August 3, 2007
Gates: Political Developments in Iraq Discouraging
Freshmen Lawmakers Weigh In on Iraq after Visits
Iraq's Soccer Win Can't Escape Sectarianism
Dow Jones, Murdoch Shape Editorial Protection
Swimming Hole Transforms N.Y.'s East River
Republicans Protest as Recess Nears in Congress
Proposed Surveillance Powers Stall FISA Update
Summer Food: Cool Treats for Rising Temperatures
'Jane' Isn't Quite Austen, But It Is 'Becoming'
New Album, New Angle for Uncategorizable Kenna
Colorado Engineer: State Lacks Funds to Fix Bridges
U.S. Coast Guard Marks a Million Lives Saved
Behind the Giuliani Campaign
Unhappy Paradise in 'The Descendants'
Bush Plays Host to Karzai for Weekend Talks
Battles Rage On in Northern Lebanon Refugee Camp
Editor Shot Dead in Possible Contract Killing
Greengrass: Bourne Is a New Kind of Action Hero
NTSB Chairman on the Bridge Investigation
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