All Things Considered for January 7th, 2014 Hear the All Things Considered program for January 7th, 2014
All Things Considered
Fallujah Veterans Ask Hard Questions About Their Sacrifices
50 Years After Landmark Warning, 8 Million Fewer Smoking Deaths
In Fast-Changing China, Reality Can Overtake Fiction
Sherlock's Expiring Copyright: It's Public Domain, Dear Watson
Intel Steers Clear of 'Conflict Minerals'
Tech Fit For The Showroom, But The Runway Might Have To Wait
Across The Country, People Have Been Caught In The Cold
Kung Fu Icon Dies at 106
Peter Gabriel's Favorite Artists Remake His Music From 'Scratch'
Senate Unexpectedly Moves Forward On Unemployment Benefits
Republicans Pipe In About Poverty and Inequality
LA County Sheriff Retires Amid Controversy
Former Players Move Forward On Historic Settlement With NFL
Deep Freeze Means Hectic Schedule For One Southern Plumber
JPMorgan Settles With U.S. Government Over Role In Madoff Schemes
For Bernard Madoff's Victims, A Massive Settlement Of Their Own
Some Of New York's Finest Are Embroiled In Fraud
Skier Lindsey Vonn Bows Out Of Olympics With Knee Injury
Skiing Siblings Hope To Make It To Sochi, Together
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