All Things Considered for January 16, 2008 Hear the All Things Considered program for January 16, 2008
All Things Considered
John Edwards Looks to South Carolina, Beyond
'Monitorships' Smack of Favoritism for Bush Cronies
California's Marine Protection Law Sets High Bar
Chinese Automakers Face Hurdles in U.S. Market
U.S. Presidents' Saudi Ritual Nearly Obsolete
Boeing May Face Penalties for 'Dreamliner' Delays
A New Take on the Chartered Jet: Pay by Seat
Wade Goodwyn Reports on the UFO Sightings on 'All Things Considered'
Police Honor K-9 Companion Killed in Line of Duty
Romney Seeks Momentum in South Carolina
Democratic Candidates Target Economy in Nevada
Candidates Work to Restock Their War Chests
Egypt's President Offers U.S. Help on Mideast Deal
Economist: Don't Jump the Gun on Stimulus Plans
CIA Leaders Testify in Hearing on Destroyed Tapes
Did Baitullah Mehsud Kill Benazir Bhutto?
Combo Test Identifies Prostate Cancer Risk
Mix of Factors Led to Record Arctic Ice Melt in 2007
University Makes New Black from Tiny Carbon Tubes
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