All Things Considered for December 20, 2017 Hear the All Things Considered program for December 20, 2017
All Things Considered
Even After Republican Tax Win, Government Could Still Face Shutdown
Drama Plays Out In One Race Of Virginia House Of Delegates
Reflecting On The Life Of Disgraced Cardinal Bernard Law
Trump Threatens To Cut Aid To Countries Over U.N. Vote On Jerusalem
In Landmark Ruling, EU's Top Court Says Uber Is A Transport Service
A Look At The Evolution Of Sexual Harassment Training Videos
Trump's EPA Could Open Door For Alaska Gold And Copper Mine
Goran Bregović Reconciles Religion With Music On 'Three Letters From Sarajevo'
Who Does The Tax Plan Really Benefit?
Small Breweries And Distilleries Are Winning With The New Tax Plan
WATCH: What Happens When 2 Neutron Stars Collide
Mexican Crime Reporter Gumaro Pérez Aguilando Shot To Death
Case Of The Missing London-Based Professor With Ties To Russia Investigation
Trump's Tax Win: The Political Risks
A Painting Stored Away And The Artist Who Wants It To See The Light Of Day
Scientists Use Gene Editing To Prevent A Form Of Deafness In Mice
Cabela's Sale Sends Ripples of Anxiety Through Rural Nebraska Town
Why Is Egg The Only Nog?
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