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Headlines for December 19, 2014; From Free Pre-K to Paid Sick Leave to Pay Raises, NYC Mayor de Blasio Fulfills Progressive Promises; New York Says No to Fracking: State Bans Drilling Following Grassroots Outcry over Public Health; Should Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld & CIA Officials Be Tried for Torture? War ...
Headlines for December 18, 2014; "Cut Loose the Shackles of the Past": U.S. and Cuba Announce a New Dawn in Diplomatic Relations; Does the Release of the Cuban Five Prove the U.S. Failed to Destroy Cuba After Decades of Trying?; Can Obama Lift the Embargo on Cuba Without Congress in Effort to Normalize ...
Watch our 2012 extended interview with journalist, filmmaker, author and professor Saul Landau. His film, "Will the Real Terrorist Please Stand Up?" exposed U.S. support for violent anti-Castro militants.
In a Democracy Now! exclusive, the first freed member of the Cuban Five, René González, speaks out after a 13-year imprisonment in the United States. Watch our October 2013 interview.
Headlines for December 17, 2014; The Destabilization of Pakistan: Tariq Ali on Taliban School Massacre & U.S. Afghan War Blowback; Was Key Grand Jury Witness in Michael Brown Case a Racist, Mentally Ill, Lying Ex-Felon?; Press Freedom Fight: Reporter James Risen Faces Subpoena in CIA Whistleblower Case
Part 2 of our conversation with former U.S. Senator Mike Gravel. In 1971, he entered more than 4,000 pages of the 7,000-page Pentagon Papers into the Senate record, insisting the public had a right to know the truth behind the Vietnam War.
Headlines for December 16, 2014; After Duo Created CIA Torture Methods, Did World's Largest Group of Psychologists Enable Abuses?; "Psychological Torture is Enshrined in U.S. Law": Complicity in Abuses Began Long Before Bush; Mike Gravel to Senator Mark Udall: Make Full Torture Probe Public Like I Did ...
Headlines for December 15, 2014; Why Are Our Sons Gunned Down? Parents of Black Victims of Police Killings Lead D.C. March; Black Youth-Organized Millions March NYC Draws Tens of Thousands in Movement's Biggest Protest Yet; Emissions-Cutting Deal Reached at COP 20 Lima, But Will It Help Prevent Catastrophic ...
Headlines for December 12, 2014; "We are on a Course Leading to Tragedy": At U.N. Talks, Kerry Delivers Urgent Plea on Climate Change; Former VP Al Gore Urges Obama to Reject Keystone XL as Kerry, Top U.S. Negotiator Stay Mum; Silencing Dissent: U.N. Bars Climate Protesters from Putting "Keystone," "Kerry" ...
Headlines for December 11, 2014; "We Are Like the Walking Dead": Latin American Indigenous Groups Decry Corporate Destruction of Land; Putting People Before Profit: Thousands March in Peruvian People's Climate March in Lima; From the Streets to the Suites, Protesters Call for Climate Justice at Corporate ...
Headlines for December 10, 2014; "These Are Crimes": New Calls to Prosecute Bush Admin as Senate Report Reveals Brutal CIA Torture; From South America to Africa, "Capitalist" Solutions to Climate Change Seen as Path to Catastrophe; Brazilian Indigenous Leader: Carbon Trading Scheme "REDD" a False Solution ...
"The carbon market is a mechanism to keep polluting if you’re able to pay," says Pablo Solón of the global agreement to reduce greenhouse gas emissions under negotiation at the United Nations climate summit in Lima, Peru.
Headlines for December 09, 2014; "They Have Destroyed Our Livelihood": Activists Protest Shell and Chevron at U.N. Climate Talks; "Corporate Conquistadors": New Report Exposes How Multinationals Drive, Profit from Climate Change; First Ever Climate Summit in Amazon Country Amidst Growing Threat to "Heart ...
Headlines for December 08, 2014; As Typhoon Hagupit Wreaks Havoc, Leading Filipino Environmental Voice Silenced at U.N. Climate Talks; At Lima Talks, Nations Worst Hit by Global Warming Say Climate Aid Isn't Charity, But Reparations; The Laundering Machine: How U.S. Corporations Threaten Peru's Forests ...
Headlines for December 05, 2014; Pioneering Politician Herman Badillo, the First Puerto Rican Elected to Congress, Dies at 85; Shutting Down the Streets: Thousands Protest Police Killings by Blocking Traffic & Staging Die-ins; Did the NYPD Let Eric Garner Die? Video Shows Police Ignored Pleas to Help ...
Today marks the 45th anniversary of the death of Black Panther leader Fred Hampton. On December 4, 1969, Chicago police raided Hampton’s apartment and shot and killed him in his bed. Watch our 2009 interview with Jeffrey Haas, author of "The Assassination of Fred Hampton: How the FBI and ...
In a Democracy Now! web exclusive, we speak with retired New York City Police Department detective Graham Weatherspoon about the grand jury decision not to charge a white New York police officer for causing the death of Eric Garner by placing him in a chokehold.
Headlines for December 04, 2014; "I Can't Breathe": As Protests Erupt in NYC, Eric Garner's Nephew Speaks Out on Grand Jury Ruling; "I Fear for the Lives of My Sons": Voices from NYC Protests over Eric Garner Grand Jury Ruling; Vince Warren on How Police Officers Get Away with Killing from Ferguson to ...
Headlines for December 03, 2014; United Nations Panel Slams U.S. Record on Police Brutality, Torture, Child Migrants & Guantánamo; A "Precise" U.S. Drone War? Report Says 28 Unidentified Victims Killed for Every 1 Target; Peace Activist Sentenced for Protesting at Drone Base Near Syracuse, NY; Father ...
Headlines for December 02, 2014; The Root is Racism in America: Ferguson Activist Speaks Out on Police Abuses After Meeting Obama; Will Obama's Police Reforms Bring Change? Admin Urged to Seize Political Momentum of Ferguson Moment; Will Texas Execute a Schizophrenic Man Who Tried to Subpoena Jesus, ...
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