All Things Considered : NPR
13 Nov 2016

All Things Considered

  • Where To Go From Here: Trying To Build 'Possibility And Hope'
    Sat, 12 Nov 2016 17:13:58 -0500
    As the founder and president of The Harwood Institute for Public Innovation, it's Richard Harwood's job to build bridges between people. He discusses how Americans can begin mending political divides.
  • Rabbi Encourages Parents To 'Fight For The Values We Believe In'
    Sat, 12 Nov 2016 17:13:58 -0500
    Rabbi Shmuel Herzfeld of Ohev Sholom — The National Synagogue in Washington, D.C., has protested Donald Trump. After the election, he has advice for how parents should explain it to their children.
  • NPR News Chief On The Role Of Journalism: Facts Exist And They Matter
    Sat, 12 Nov 2016 17:13:58 -0500
    NPR's Senior Vice President of News and Editorial Director Michael Oreskes explains why he believes journalism and facts are important after this year's historic election.
  • How Were The Polls So Wrong?
    Sat, 12 Nov 2016 17:13:58 -0500
    FiveThirtyEight senior writer Farai Chideya talks about covering politics and polling in the 2016 election and how her views on media coverage of politics have changed.
  • The Social Media Fallout Of Trump's Victory
    Sat, 12 Nov 2016 17:13:58 -0500
    Doyin Richards, founder of Daddy Doin' Work, decided to unfriend Trump supporters on Facebook. He discusses his social media reaction and how to move forward after the election.
  • Muslim, Woman, Immigrant — And Trump Supporter
    Sat, 12 Nov 2016 17:13:58 -0500
    Asra Nomani is a former Wall Street Journal reporter who wrote a piece in The Washington Post about why she, as a liberal, decided to vote for Donald Trump.
  • What It's Like To Be An American Muslim After Trump's Election
    Sat, 12 Nov 2016 17:13:58 -0500
    Commentator, author and human rights lawyer Arsalan Iftikhar reflects on what the presidential election results mean as a Muslim-American.
  • Latinas For Trump Co-Founder 'In Shock'
    Sat, 12 Nov 2016 17:13:58 -0500
    After an emotional election we check in with Denise Galvez, co-founder of Latinas for Trump. Trump performed better than expected among Latino voters.
  • 'Never Trump' Conservative Calls Election 'Amazing Earthquake'
    Sat, 12 Nov 2016 17:13:58 -0500
    Mona Charen is a conservative columnist for National Review and a member of the "Never Trump" movement. She shares her reaction to the election of Donald Trump.
  • Trump Supporter Says 'My Heart Swelled With Satisfaction' On Election Night
    Sat, 12 Nov 2016 17:13:00 -0500
    Political commentator Gayle Trotter hosts a podcast called Right in DC and has supported Donald Trump since July. She reflects on the election results and the campaign season.
  • Trump Won Their Vote. Now They Want Him To Meet Expectations
    Fri, 11 Nov 2016 18:13:00 -0500
    Residents of rural Pennsylvania turned to Donald Trump after feeling a growing level of economic anxiety. But they're going to be watching to see if he follows through on his promises in Washington.
  • 'We've Always Had A Seat At The Table': Solange On Conversations That Heal
    Fri, 11 Nov 2016 16:22:00 -0500
    The singer's latest album, A Seat At The Table, arose from a personal need for healing and empowerment — but it has touched many others. And that, she says, is "the most powerful part of it all."
  • Becky Warren's 'War Surplus' Follows A Couple's Life After Deployment
    Fri, 11 Nov 2016 16:19:50 -0500
    Nashville singer-songwriter Becky Warren penned an album inspired by her former marriage to an Iraq veteran with post-traumatic stress disorder. On this Veterans Day, her goal was to help people understand what it's like to go through a deployment and deal with its aftermath.
  • Indian Currency Ban Sends Country Into Panic
    Fri, 11 Nov 2016 16:19:00 -0500
    India has declared large denominations — 500 and 1,000 rupee notes — no longer legal tender. The scheme is intended to curb the so-called "black economy" that thrives on unaccounted for cash.
  • The Enduring Legacy Of Leonard Cohen's 'Hallelujah'
    Fri, 11 Nov 2016 16:19:00 -0500
    The late Leonard Cohen's best known song, "Hallelujah," took more than a decade to find its audience. Alan Light, author of the "The Holy or the Broken," talks about the unlikely ascent of the song.
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