All Things Considered for February 16, 2021 Hear the All Things Considered program for February 16, 2021
What's Happening In Texas With The State's Power Grid
Vaccination Efforts In Sub-Saharan Africa Echo AIDS Epidemic
Deep Freeze In Texas Pushes Up Crude Oil, Gasoline Prices
A participant in the Tuskegee Study in the 1930s. A lingering mistrust of the medical system among many Black people is rooted in the infamous study.
In Tuskegee, Painful History Shadows Efforts To Vaccinate African Americans
How The Freeze In Texas Is Affecting COVID-19 Vaccinations
Canadian Rights Groups Say Emergency Measures No Longer Necessary For Asylum-Seekers
How A Project To Get Humans To Mars Could Solve The Rural Internet Problem
The Daughters of Kobani: A Story of Rebellion, Courage, and Justice, Gayle Tzemach Lemmon
Women Take The Lead In Fighting ISIS In 'Daughters Of Kobani'
Secretary Of State Blinken Outlines Biden Administration's Foreign Policy Goals
New Coronavirus Variants Postpone Recovery Of Leisure Travel
How Burlington Has Done Well During The Pandemic And Without A Website
The Challenge Of Keeping Unhoused People Safe And Warm This Winter
Forest Thinning To Reduce Wildfire Risk Gives Opportunity To New Startups
ENCORE: Why Sea Level Rise Varies Across The World
Bette Midler Discusses Her New Children's Book, 'The Tale Of The Mandarin Duck'