All Things Considered - Monday October 8th @ 5pm

Oct 8, 2018

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Today on All Things Considered at 5:00 pm -

  • After a highly partisan fight over Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, concerns about the court's impartiality are front and center.
  • China has become the biggest lender to governments in Africa. Critics say many of those countries are now at risk of a credit crisis.
  • A new climate report commissioned by the United Nations paints a dire picture of the year 2040: Food shortages, wildfires, droughts, rising sea levels, and poverty.

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