All Things Considered for November 15, 2021 Hear the All Things Considered program for November 15, 2021
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Social workers say the Texas abortion law further harms victims of rape or incest
NPR books editor Petra Mayer has died at age 46
Steve Bannon appeared in court after refusing to comply with Jan. 6 panel's subpoena
When a Hyundai is also the family home
With American journalist Danny Fenster released, what's next for U.S. and Myanmar?
COVID-19 cases are rising again in the U.S.
Tribes hope infrastructure law means they'll finally get clean drinking water
Debris from Russia's antisatellite weapons test is a hazard for ISS astronauts
The age of gas cars could be ending
Closing arguments are underway in the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse
Cuban government vowed to prevent today's planned march
Testing temperature with your ears
Vermont's Patrick Leahy says he will retire from the U.S. Senate
There's an app to help prove vax status, but experts say choose wisely
President Biden has signed a $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill
U.S. pregnancy-related deaths have doubled in the last 30 years
Chile's president faces impeachment for what his critics call a conflict of interest
Biden signs order to address violence against Native people at tribal nations summit
Courtney Barnett's new album has pep talks for the pandemic and beyond
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