All Things Considered

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

Breaking news mixed with compelling analysis, insightful commentaries, interviews, and special -- sometimes quirky -- features.

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12:11pm

Fri April 29, 2011
Personal Finance

Personal Incomes Increase, Gains Given Back at the Pump

Creative Commons

The Commerce Department says American’s personal incomes rose in March. But much of that extra money went to pay for more costly gasoline.

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5:12pm

Thu April 28, 2011
Three Books...

Three Books To Take To A Fistfight

I'm not a violent man by nature, but I've had my scrapes and I've seen more than a few and if there's one unassailable truth I know about a fist-fight it's this: it doesn't matter who strikes first, or most, but only who strikes last. In a fight, to endure is everything. I'm not sure you can ever say someone "wins" a fight, but the last one standing generally stakes that claim. In that vein, the following three books follow winners who endure the slaps and stomps and gouges of a hard life fought well.


Butcher's Crossing

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3:49pm

Thu April 28, 2011
Water

Colorado Water Agreement Hailed as Game Changer

Creative Commons

A landmark water agreement between Denver and western Colorado water agencies seeks to heal long-standing wounds from water battles that have sharply divided the state.

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3:31pm

Thu April 28, 2011
Television

Michael Scott: So Long, Loser (We'll Really Miss You)

It takes a lot of smarts and talent to play the perfect doofus — which means Steve Carell just might be the most intelligent guy in Hollywood. Because his character Michael Scott is without doubt the finest doofus currently appearing on network television.

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12:20pm

Thu April 28, 2011
Housing

Apartment Vacancies Hit a Ten-year Low in Metro Denver

CO Division of Housing

A new report finds median rents in the Denver metro area are on the rise, as apartment vacancy rates fall to their lowest levels in ten years.

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