All Things Considered

Weekday Evenings 2-3, 3:30 - 5:30, & 6-7
Robert Siegel, Melissa Block, Audie Cornish
Jackie Fortier

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3:00pm

Fri July 15, 2011
Analysis

Week In Politics: Debt Ceiling

Robert Siegel speaks with our regular political commentators, E.J. Dionne of The Washington Post and Brookings Institution, and David Brooks of The New York Times.

3:00pm

Fri July 15, 2011
Business

Pella CEO Calls On Lawmakers To Raise Debt Ceiling

Robert Siegel talks with Patrick Meyer, president and CEO of Pella Windows and Doors. He's one of hundreds of business heads who signed a letter to President Obama and members of Congress, urging them to raise the debt ceiling.

2:56pm

Fri July 15, 2011
Monkey See

ABC News Leads The Way In A Long Summer Of Women-In-Peril Stories

Jaycee Dugard talks to ABC's Diane Sawyer.
Jill Belsley ABC News

Spend a moment watching the news these days and it's obvious; we love our damsel in distress tales. But even I didn't predict 15 million people would show for ABC News latest blockbuster story of a cute, young blonde woman subjected to a horrible crime: top anchor Diane Sawyer's exclusive interview with Jaycee Dugard, who was kidnapped at age 11 and held for 18 years.

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1:43pm

Fri July 15, 2011
Colorado Inside Out

Boulder and Xcel Energy Talks for New Power Plan Stalled

Raj Chohan

Boulder and the state’s largest utility provider reached an impasse in talks this week, over proposals for the utility to provide wind power to the city.  It’s one of the topics our media partners at Colorado Public Television and Colorado Inside Out are discussing. Here’s host Raj Chohan.

12:20pm

Fri July 15, 2011
Roadless Rule

Public Comment Period Closes for Colorado Roadless Rule

The U.S. Forest Service is expected to make a decision about Colorado’s Roadless Rule by the end of the year.  The final public comment period for the proposal wrapped up Thursday with nearly 55,000 responses from across the state.

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