All Things Considered for June 22, 2014
Jun 22, 2014 — President Obama has said that the U.S. is prepared to take targeted military action in Iraq to confront insurgents and that he will consult Congress. But he's said nothing about seeking its approval.
Jun 22, 2014 — Government forces and separatist rebels in Eastern Ukraine are each blaming the other for alleged violations of a cease-fire announced Friday. NPR's Arun Rath speaks with correspondent Corey Flintoff in Kiev about how the conflict is playing out on the ground.
Jun 22, 2014 — Starting July 1, the state's licensed gun owners will be able to carry their firearms into some schools, bars, churches and libraries. But there's uncertainty over how, exactly, the new law will work.
Jun 22, 2014 — The case of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the self-confessed architect of the Sept. 11 attacks, is moving slowly. NPR's Arun Rath talks with Carol Rosenberg of the Miami Herald about the latest in that legal process and other Guantanamo trials.
Jun 22, 2014 — Soccer players aren't the only ones battling on the pitch: Shoe brands are fighting it out as well. While Adidas and Nike dominate the market, Puma has a sneaky counterattack: mismatched shoes.
Jun 21, 2014 — College programs in prison have become extremely rare, but one alum's story shows how incarceration can truly be reformative.
Jun 22, 2014 — Trauma victims and the uninsured alike pour through the doors of LA County Hospital. Filmmaker-physician Ryan McGarry's new documentary, Code Black, takes viewers inside the busy emergency room.
Jun 22, 2014 — When Saroo Brierley was 4, he hopped on the wrong train in rural India, losing his way and his family. But as he recounts in A Long Way Home, Google Earth helped him return decades later.
Jun 22, 2014 — Those spiraling, psychedelic sound journeys have to start somewhere. All Things Considered asked the members of Phish to explain their process — and their answer is more systematic than you'd expect.