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Make sense of the day. Every weekday afternoon, Kelly McEvers and the hosts of NPR's All Things Considered — Ailsa Chang, Audie Cornish, Mary Louise Kelly and Ari Shapiro — help you consider the major stories of the day in less than 15 minutes, featuring the reporting and storytelling resources of NPR.

Latest Episodes

Can Schools Open Safely? What Other Countries Have Decided

Teachers, parents and public health officials around the country are trying to figure out what do to in about school in the fall. The Trump Administration wants them to reopen.

11 MIN21 h ago
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Can Schools Open Safely? What Other Countries Have Decided

Florida ICU Could Hit Capacity 'In Days' As Health Care Workers Face Burnout

The head of medical ICU from the largest hospital in South Florida says beds are running low — and so are health care workers to staff them.

10 MIN1 d ago
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Florida ICU Could Hit Capacity 'In Days' As Health Care Workers Face Burnout

Consider This: Make Sense Of The Day

The major stories of the day in less than 15 minutes, featuring the reporting and storytelling resources of NPR.

1 MIN2 d ago
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Consider This: Make Sense Of The Day

The GOP Operatives Toying With Trump, Hoping For A President Biden

A Republican-run group called The Lincoln Project is running slick political ads for an audience of one. Could their efforts help move voters toward Joe Biden?

9 MIN4 d ago
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The GOP Operatives Toying With Trump, Hoping For A President Biden

Testing Labs Falling Behind; SCOTUS Rules On Trump Taxes

The Supreme Court ruled Trump cannot block the release of his financial records. Plus, there are growing signs the economy won't be getting better anytime soon.

10 MIN5 d ago
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Testing Labs Falling Behind; SCOTUS Rules On Trump Taxes

3 Million Cases And Counting, U.S. Faces Same Problems From Beginning Of Pandemic

While new cities are making headlines for a rising number of coronavirus cases, the problems they're facing are nearly identical to the ones from the early days of the pandemic.

10 MIN6 d ago
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3 Million Cases And Counting, U.S. Faces Same Problems From Beginning Of Pandemic

Ideas For Reopening Schools; Evidence Of Airborne Spread

Australia just reinstated a lockdown due to a cluster of cases. The World Health Organization has been reluctant to acknowledge airborne spread, despite urging from some experts.

10 MIN1 w ago
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Ideas For Reopening Schools; Evidence Of Airborne Spread

Lawsuit Forces Release of Government Data On Racial Inequity Of Coronavirus

In Miami, public health workers are going door to door in predominately Latinx neighborhoods with supplies and information, hoping to reach those most vulnerable to COVID-19.

8 MIN1 w ago
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Lawsuit Forces Release of Government Data On Racial Inequity Of Coronavirus

America Relied On 'Individual Decisions' To Slow The Virus. It Didn't Work

We examine the American philosophy of individual freedom, and science journalist Ed Yong explains how the Trump administration faltered.

11 MIN1 w ago
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America Relied On 'Individual Decisions' To Slow The Virus. It Didn't Work

Fauci Admits Government Fault On Masks; Celebrating July 4 Safely

When the pandemic began, Americans were told not to wear masks. Dr. Anthony Fauci says the government could have got the messaging better.

10 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Fauci Admits Government Fault On Masks; Celebrating July 4 Safely

Latest Episodes

Can Schools Open Safely? What Other Countries Have Decided

Teachers, parents and public health officials around the country are trying to figure out what do to in about school in the fall. The Trump Administration wants them to reopen.

11 MIN21 h ago
Comments
Can Schools Open Safely? What Other Countries Have Decided

Florida ICU Could Hit Capacity 'In Days' As Health Care Workers Face Burnout

The head of medical ICU from the largest hospital in South Florida says beds are running low — and so are health care workers to staff them.

10 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Florida ICU Could Hit Capacity 'In Days' As Health Care Workers Face Burnout

Consider This: Make Sense Of The Day

The major stories of the day in less than 15 minutes, featuring the reporting and storytelling resources of NPR.

1 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Consider This: Make Sense Of The Day

The GOP Operatives Toying With Trump, Hoping For A President Biden

A Republican-run group called The Lincoln Project is running slick political ads for an audience of one. Could their efforts help move voters toward Joe Biden?

9 MIN4 d ago
Comments
The GOP Operatives Toying With Trump, Hoping For A President Biden

Testing Labs Falling Behind; SCOTUS Rules On Trump Taxes

The Supreme Court ruled Trump cannot block the release of his financial records. Plus, there are growing signs the economy won't be getting better anytime soon.

10 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Testing Labs Falling Behind; SCOTUS Rules On Trump Taxes

3 Million Cases And Counting, U.S. Faces Same Problems From Beginning Of Pandemic

While new cities are making headlines for a rising number of coronavirus cases, the problems they're facing are nearly identical to the ones from the early days of the pandemic.

10 MIN6 d ago
Comments
3 Million Cases And Counting, U.S. Faces Same Problems From Beginning Of Pandemic

Ideas For Reopening Schools; Evidence Of Airborne Spread

Australia just reinstated a lockdown due to a cluster of cases. The World Health Organization has been reluctant to acknowledge airborne spread, despite urging from some experts.

10 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Ideas For Reopening Schools; Evidence Of Airborne Spread

Lawsuit Forces Release of Government Data On Racial Inequity Of Coronavirus

In Miami, public health workers are going door to door in predominately Latinx neighborhoods with supplies and information, hoping to reach those most vulnerable to COVID-19.

8 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Lawsuit Forces Release of Government Data On Racial Inequity Of Coronavirus

America Relied On 'Individual Decisions' To Slow The Virus. It Didn't Work

We examine the American philosophy of individual freedom, and science journalist Ed Yong explains how the Trump administration faltered.

11 MIN1 w ago
Comments
America Relied On 'Individual Decisions' To Slow The Virus. It Didn't Work

Fauci Admits Government Fault On Masks; Celebrating July 4 Safely

When the pandemic began, Americans were told not to wear masks. Dr. Anthony Fauci says the government could have got the messaging better.

10 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Fauci Admits Government Fault On Masks; Celebrating July 4 Safely

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