All Things Considered for May 4, 2022 Hear the All Things Considered program for May 4, 2022
All Things Considered
Ukraine's Foreign Minister says Mariupol is still in Ukrainian hands
Some states will ban abortion, others will expand access if Roe v. Wade is overturned
The EU says it plans to ban Russian oil by the end of the year
Help pollinators (and get a break from mowing your lawn) by joining 'no mow May'
Insurance rates spike after Florida lawmakers fail to address condo safety
More TV shows depict abortion but few resemble real life
If you've had omicron before, are you safe from infection by the new variants?
Abortion wasn't always the politically charged issue it is today
Astros' Dusty Baker makes history as 1st Black MLB manager to win 2,000 games
85-year-old bassist Ron Carter has no plans on slowing down
The Fed raises interest rates by the most in over 20 years to fight inflation
Andy Slavitt on what new wave in case growth tells us about endemic covid
For purple states like Pennsylvania, abortion laws may depend on who becomes governor
The U.S. may soon export more gas to the EU, but that will complicate climate goals
Minnie Driver on the paradox of fame and her 'complicated' notion of marriage
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