All Things Considered for January 19, 2010 Hear the All Things Considered program for January 19, 2010

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The Obama administration is offering $5.6 billion in federal aid for education. The money comes with a list of qualifications that states must meet, however. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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No Handouts, States Compete For Education Aid

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What You Love You Must Love Now Six Parts Seven
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Another Perspective Ray Barbee
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Space Shuttle Discovery lands at Edwards Air Force Base on Sept. 11, 2009. Discovery has been promised to the Smithsonian, but NASA's other two shuttles, Endeavour and Atlantis, are still up for grabs. NASA/David Huskey/WSTF hide caption

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Shuttle Keepsakes Up For Grabs

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29 Palms Brad Mehldau
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Get in Yr Squads Cex
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End of the Tunnel Lanterna
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Dusty McNugget Brad Mehldau
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Parisian Glam Slam Shawn Lee Ping Pong Orchestra
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Killing Floor The Accidental
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Day Two Explosions In the Sky
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Just What I Was Thinking Glorytellers
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Minor Blues Kurt Rosenwinkel
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An Ear Out Bright
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U.S. Clinic Opens In Haiti To Deluge Of Injured

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Look into the Air Explosions in the Sky
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Goto Dengo Loses the War Dianogah
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Outversion Mark Ronson

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Folk Singer Kate McGarrigle Dies At 63

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