All Things Considered

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4:09pm

Tue December 13, 2011
NPR Story

Why GOP Hopefuls Aren't Spending Time In Iowa

Originally published on Tue December 13, 2011 4:09 pm

With three weeks to go until the Iowa caucuses kick off the Republican nominating contest, the candidates are not registering much of a presence in Iowa.

3:45pm

Tue December 13, 2011
Three Books...

Fakin' It: Three Books On Masquerading Identities

Originally published on Tue December 13, 2011 5:21 pm

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Scratch just a little below the surface of American writing, and you'll find a substratum of stories that revolve around an impostor, a figure at once sinister and fascinating. This charlatan moves fluidly between personae, and in doing so, proves that identity is — especially in America — up for grabs. The impostor thus is everything we insist we are not. But he's also, I think, everything we wish we could be as the inheritors of our open, yet easily manipulated, American culture.

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2:22pm

Tue December 13, 2011
Music

Schubert's 'Winterreise' Paints Bleak Landscape For Bill T. Jones

Originally published on Tue January 21, 2014 5:55 pm

Choreographer Bill T. Jones at an appearance earlier this year.
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As snowstorms hit the country today, All Things Considered revisits a vivid story that choreographer and dancer Bill T. Jones shared about one winter song. It originally aired Dec. 13, 2011.

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12:33pm

Tue December 13, 2011
Environment

Colorado Regulators Approve Fracking Disclosure Rule

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Colorado regulators have adopted a new rule requiring oil and gas companies to make public the chemicals they use for hydraulically fracturing wells in the state; a move that followed a lengthy set of meetings and negotiations between the industry and conservation groups.

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4:00am

Tue December 13, 2011
Environment

Spread of Fracking Leads to Fears of Water Shortages in Colorado

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This morning, Colorado regulators are expected to finalize new rules that will require oil and gas companies to make public the chemicals they use to hydraulically fracture wells.  Much of the attention lately has been whether those “fracking” fluids that are mixed with sand and chemicals pose a risk to polluting ground water.  But in Colorado there’s been far less scrutiny on just how much water the fracking process itself requires, until now.

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