All Things Considered for November 29, 2022 Hear the All Things Considered program for November 29, 2022
All Things Considered
Encore: Brazil's President-elect renews calls to crack down on Amazon deforestation
U.S. bans Dominican sugar company over forced labor
Elon Musk is taking issue with the App Store, but Apple may have the last word
Protesters explain why they demonstrated in China
Kansas scientists are testing jacuzzi-like water jets to save a reservoir
Author Jas Hammonds on their new book, 'We Deserve Monuments'
The Respect for Marriage Act is expected to be signed into law soon
One Tuscan village uses wool-insulated cooking boxes to save on energy costs
Democrats made midterm gains in rural areas. Can they keep them?
Kroger and Albertsons CEOs face Senate lawmakers over their planned merger
U.S. Supreme Court faces dilemma over enforcing the country's immigration laws
The U.S. meets Iran in a must-win World Cup match
Immigrant dairy farm workers live in inadequate housing
Encore: London's Victoria and Albert Museum exhibit acknowledges its colonial legacy
The creator of 'Bluey' writes for both kids and grown-ups
A historian reacts to the guilty verdict given to the Oath Keepers founder
Oath Keepers founder has been convicted of seditious conspiracy in the Jan. 6 attack
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