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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8:31am

Tue August 14, 2012
The Two-Way

Florida's Biggest Python So Far Measured 17 Feet, 7 Inches; Had 87 Eggs

Originally published on Thu August 16, 2012 11:07 am

Florida Museum of Natural History researchers at work on the record-long Burmese python.
University of Florida

She was about three feet longer than the distance from an NBA free throw line to the basket. She was a bit more than twice the height of many bedroom ceilings. You could park two Smart Cars beside her with a foot or so to spare.

Those are some ways to get a sense of just how big the biggest Burmese python discovered so far in Florida was.

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5:36pm

Mon August 13, 2012
Politics

Governor Hickenlooper Says ‘No’ to 2016 Presidential Bid

Governor John Hickenlooper.

Our statehouse reporter Bente Birkeland sat down with Governor John Hickenlooper on Monday to get his take on the state’s oil and gas regulations, his concerns about legalizing marijuana on the November election ballot, and why he isn’t planning a future political career in the national spotlight.

4:41pm

Mon August 13, 2012

4:18pm

Mon August 13, 2012
All Tech Considered

For Playlist Junkies, An App To Send You Down The Rabbit Hole

The Songza app lets music lovers build playlists for almost any mood or situation, from "Unwinding After a Long Day" to "Cooking" or "Eating Dinner."
iStockphoto.com

4:09pm

Mon August 13, 2012
Wildfires

In Colorado Wildfires' Wake, Survivors Live In Limbo

Originally published on Mon July 1, 2013 2:10 pm

C.J. Moore stands where her front door used to be, before the Waldo Canyon Fire swept through the Mountain Shadows neighborhood in Colorado Springs, Colo. The fire destroyed more than 350 homes there.
Kirk Siegler for NPR

When the Waldo Canyon Fire roared over the hill behind the Mountain Shadows neighborhood in Colorado Springs, Colo., in June, nearly 350 homes were destroyed. The blaze reduced this affluent neighborhood at the foot of the mountains to rubble.

C.J. Moore's home on Mirror Lake Court was among the casualties. The inferno was so hot, her stone driveway exploded. Only a few blackened trees sway eerily in the wind where her home used to stand.

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