All Things Considered

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  • 4:26pm Feb 16, 2016
    World News World News National

    Major Producers Work On Agreement To Freeze Oil Production

    The price of oil is up on news that four major producers are talking about freezing production at January levels. Saudi Arabia, Russia, Venezuela and Qatar want to limit production to see if they can put a floor under oil prices and maybe move them up. But they will need cooperation from Iran and Iraq, which will be hard to achieve.
  • 4:26pm Feb 16, 2016
    National National Politics & Government

    Political Rancor Intensifies Over Who Should Nominate Scalia Successor

    President Obama takes questions from reporters at the end of a conference with leaders from Asia. He's expected to be asked about the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia and who he may nominate to replace him.
  • 4:26pm Feb 16, 2016
    World News World News

    Mexican Border City Plagued By Drug Cartel Violence Awaits Pope Visit

    The border city of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, which was until recently one of the world's murder capitals, will present Pope Francis with a panoply of Mexico's intractable problems: rampant cartel violence, desperate immigrants, official corruption and worker exploitation. The city awaits his visit on Wednesday hungry for his message of peace and hope, but no one is under the illusion that he can fix anything.
  • 6:25am Feb 16, 2016
    National National Politics & Government

    George W. Bush Makes Campaign Trail Debut For His Brother

    For the first time in his presidential campaign, Republican candidate Jeb Bush brought former President George W. Bush on the campaign trail Monday at an event in North Charleston, S.C.
  • 7:34pm Feb 15, 2016
    National National

    Philadelphia Mayor Lifts Ban On Love Park Skateboarding Before Renovation

    Skate boards took their final turns in one of the nation's best known skate parks this weekend. "Love Park" in Philadelphia is being bulldozed in preparation for a new park with less concrete and more plantings. Skateboarders said Love Park was ideal for their sport, so good they kept going even when the city banned them. Philly relented and gave them the weekend for some final runs before the demolition began.