All Things Considered for March 18, 2010 Hear the All Things Considered program for March 18, 2010

House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer of Maryland on Capitol Hill Thursday. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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With Health Bill Unveiled, House Digs For Votes

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Brad Ellsworth acknowledges supporters after defeating his Republican rival in 2006. Darron Cummings/AP hide caption

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Voters Press Indiana Democrat For Health Bill Decision

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Don't Stop Believing Journey
Psalm for the Elks Lodge Last Call The Weakerthans
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A tent camp at the Petionville Club in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, holds about 40,000 people, according to local organizers. Officials say 250,000 people across the city need to be moved out of camps such as this one before the rainy season arrives in the next few weeks. This camp is at the bottom of a ravine and could flood during a heavy rain. Jason Beaubien/NPR hide caption

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Rains, Flooding Threaten Haiti's Most Vulnerable

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Fantasies of the Orient Extra Golden
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THIS HERE JIMMY SMITH ET AL
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Mela D Shawn Lee Ping Pong Orchestra
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Each Day Bob Mintzer Big Band
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Lex Freddie Hubbard
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I Am Not A Farmer Bill Frisell
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Pages of the Gutenberg Bible in Colmar, France. Religious historian Philip Jenkins says scriptures from the Bible are more violent than those from the Quran. Johanna Leguerre/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Is The Bible More Violent Than The Quran?

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A la mia Becky Baxter
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Hottentot John Scofield
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Long Way to Texas Lynn Patrick
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The documentary Game of Death, broadcast Wednesday in France, shows participants in a game show obeying orders to deliver increasingly powerful electric shocks to a man until he appears to die. The reality show was actually a fiction and the man an actor (Laurent Le Doyen), but the contestants and audience didn't know. Christophe Russeil/HO/AP via FRANCE 2 hide caption

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Fake TV Game Show 'Tortures' Man, Shocks France

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Ghost IV Caleb Sampson
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Famed Australian entertainer Dame Edna Everage is back on Broadway alongside American song stylist Michael Feinstein in All About Me, a variety show whose sequin-heavy style and big-band sound recall the extravaganzas of the 1960s. Joan Marcus hide caption

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Michael Feinstein, Dame Edna Share 'All About Me'

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