All Things Considered for December 24, 2018 Hear the All Things Considered program for December 24, 2018
All Things Considered
Some Syrians React To U.S. Withdrawal With Worry, Fear
Year End Obituary: Charles Harrison, Inventor Of The Plastic Garbage Can
50 Years Later, Astronaut Jim Lovell Reflects On His Christmas Eve Moon Orbit
How Much Has Been Spent On A Border Wall So Far?
In 2018, Thousands Of Migrants Traveled To The U.S. In Caravans, Escaping Violence, Poverty
Maine Volunteers Work To Seal Drafty Homes, Save Energy
Woman Reunited With Her Tiny Home After Thieves Wheeled It Away
Google's 'Duplex' Could Be Your New Personal Assistant
President Trump Cancels Holiday Travel Plans, Remains At The White House
Shutdown Could Extend Into the New Year, Won't Save Taxpayers Money
How Houses Themselves Become Fuel For Wildfires
Georgia Identity Politics In 2018 And How To Prepare For 2020
Millennials Strike Again: This Time We Are Killing Cash And 'Merry Christmas'
How Secretary Mnuchin Is Trying To Reassure Investors
For Evangelicals, A Year Of Reckoning On Sexual Sin And Support For Donald Trump
The 2018 Election May Not Have Been A Cyber-Nightmare, But It Wasn't Perfect
How The Civil Rights Movement Transformed 'This Little Light Of Mine'
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