All Things Considered for November 26, 2021 Hear the All Things Considered program for November 26, 2021
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Behind the loud pushback against progressive district attorneys across the country
Black Friday is expected to deliver record-setting sales despite supply chain issues
Review: Paul Thomas Anderson's 'Licorice Pizza' may be the year's best film
Tensions have been high as the presidential election in Honduras nears
Protestors in Sudan took to the streets Thursday to push for civilian rule
Peter Jackson's Beatles docuseries adds nuance and revelations to well-known stories
Daniel Dae Kim talks about 'The Hot Zone: Anthrax' and representation
Dr. Francis Collins on what we know about the Omicron variant so far
India's farmers faced down a popular prime minister and won. What will they do now?
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U.S. and Iran to talk nuclear deal on Monday
Books We Love: Audie Cornish recommends 'Nina' by Traci Todd and Christian Robinson
Making sense of Americans' current spending habits
WHO is trying to start outlining international rules for COVID outbreaks
People are talking about Web3. Is it the Internet of the future or just a buzzword?
A new report suggests that abuses of power surrounded Andrew Cuomo's book deal
Stephen Sondheim, American musical theater icon, has died at age 91
Audiences gravitate to TV shows with more diverse writers and casts, report says
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