All Things Considered

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  • 6:40pm Sep 25, 2018
    Sports Sports National

    Meet Philadelphia Flyers' New Mascot

    Orange, fuzzy, 7 feet tall — and possibly horrific. These are the things we know about "Gritty," the Philadelphia Flyers hockey team's new official mascot.
  • 6:40pm Sep 25, 2018

    Reporter's Notebook: North Korea

    This month, All Things Considered host Mary Louise Kelly was granted a rare opportunity to report from the capital of North Korea. Kelly shares some highs — and lows — from her week in Pyongyang.
  • 6:40pm Sep 25, 2018
    National National

    Kavanaugh Lookahead

    Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh faces personal questions at Thursday's Senate hearing. But 20 years ago, he was urging tough and personal questioning in the President Clinton investigation.
  • 6:40pm Sep 25, 2018
    National National

    Kavanaugh Supporter Now Has Second Thoughts

    NPR's Audie Cornish talks to Yale law professor Akhil Amar, author of a New York Times op-ed: "A Liberal's Case for Brett Kavanaugh." His stance has now changed, according to a Yale Daily News' op-ed.
  • 6:40pm Sep 25, 2018
    World News World News National Politics & Government

    U.N. General Assembly: Day 1

    President Trump told the U.N. that the U.S. won't succumb to a global bureaucracy. But other leaders said that working together could solve crises and conflicts.
  • 6:40pm Sep 25, 2018
    National National

    Tracking Down Fake Videos

    The Defense Department is working with outside experts on detection and prevention efforts for fake videos. NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Dartmouth College computer science professor Hany Farid.
  • 6:40pm Sep 25, 2018
    World News World News National Politics & Government

    Trump's U.N. General Assembly Speech

    President Trump pushed his "America First" doctrine before world leaders at the United Nations. Trump said sovereignty comes first, and he rejected globalism for patriotism.