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Headlines for July 06, 2012; As Japan Says Fukushima Disaster "Man-Made" & "Preventable," Fears Grow for Nuclear Plants Worldwide; Peru Declares State of Emergency as 5 Die in Protest Against Gold Mine Owned by U.S. Firm, Newmont; Rendered, Tortured & Discarded: A Shocking Story of an Innocent Man's ...
Headlines for July 05, 2012; In Win for M15 Movement, Spain Opens Criminal Probe of Ex-IMF and Bankia Chief Rodrigo Rato; "Something Is Starting to Happen": Spain's M15, Precursor to Occupy, Hails Probe of Ex-IMF Chief; "Zero Accountability": Glenn Greenwald on Obama's Refusal to Prosecute Wall Street ...
Headlines for July 03, 2012; "This Is Just the Beginning": Forest Fires, Deadly Storms, Record Heat Reveal a Changed Climate; Climate Disasters' Toll Worsened by Sustained Attacks on Public Sector, Science and Regulation; Will U.S., the World's Largest Arms Manufacturer, Back Landmark U.N. Arms Trade Treaty?
Headlines for July 02, 2012; After Election, Mexico Poised for Return of PRI -- And Continuation of Deadly U.S.-Fueled Drug War; Kenneth Chamberlain's Family Files Suit After White Plains Police Evade Charges for Slaying, Slurs
Headlines for June 29, 2012; Michael Moore: Supreme Court Healthcare Ruling a Victory on the Path to Single Payer; Roundtable: Supreme Court Ruling Ensures Coverage for Millions, But Doubts Remain on Quality, Access; As Supreme Court Affirms Patchwork U.S. Healthcare System, Vermont Pushes Ahead with Single Payer
Headlines for June 28, 2012; Mexico Votes: Will Occupy-Inspired, Student-Fueled Movement Give Manuel López Obrador an Upset Win?; Amidst Holder Contempt Vote, New Investigation Undermines Key GOP Claims on "Fast and Furious"; "Escape Fire": As Supreme Court Rules on Healthcare, Film Tackles U.S. Inefficiency, ...
Headlines for June 27, 2012; Citizens United, Part 2? Supreme Court Overturns Montana Law Banning Corporate Spending on Elections; Dark Money: Inside the Final Frontier of Unlimited Political Spending (Part 2); Bill McKibben of 350.org on Colorado Wildfires, Debby, Keystone XL and the Failure of Rio+20
Headlines for June 26, 2012; In Mixed Ruling, Supreme Court Overturns Parts of Arizona's S.B. 1070, Upholds "Show Me Your Papers"; Juvenile Justice: Plaintiffs' Lawyer, Victim's Father Hail Rejection of Mandatory Life Terms for Kids; Sharif Abdel Kouddous: Historic Egypt Election Outweighed by Continued ...
Headlines for June 25, 2012; Coup in Paraguay: Will U.S. Join Latin America in Condemning Ouster of President Fernando Lugo?; David Suzuki on Rio+20, "Green Economy" & Why Planet's Survival Requires Undoing Its Economic Model
Part two of our conversation with Monika Bauerlein and Andy Kroll of Mother Jones magazine. The new cover story in the magazine is called "Follow the Dark Money." We discuss at how Karl Rove, Sheldon Adelson and others are bankrolling Mitt Romney’s campaign, why President Obama has ...
Headlines for June 22, 2012; Torture in U.S. Prisons? Historic Senate Hearing Takes Up Solitary Confinement's Devastating Toll; From Death Row to Exoneration: Fmr. Texas Prisoner Anthony Graves on Surviving Solitary Confinement; Dark Money: Will Secret Spending by a Group of Billionaires Decide the 2012 ...
Headlines for June 21, 2012; "Are You Here to Save Face -- or Save Us?": Brittany Trilford, 17, Addresses World Leaders at Rio+20; Nigerian Activist Nnimmo Bassey: Rio+20 Summit Will Not Get Us Out of Environmental Crisis; At Rio+20, Severn Cullis-Suzuki Revisits Historic '92 Speech, Fights for Next ...
Headlines for June 20, 2012; A Coup in Cairo: As Muslim Brotherhood Claims Election Victory, Military Strips President of Power; Julian Assange of WikiLeaks Seeks Asylum in Ecuador in Attempt to Avoid Extradition to U.S.; Failed Pledges, Weak Draft Lower Hopes for Rio+20 U.N. Conference on Sustainable ...
Ramarley Graham, 18, was shot dead on February 2 after New York police officers raided his home without a warrant and shot him dead. He was unarmed. Ramarley’s grandmother and his six-year-old brother were home at the time of the shooting. In this web exclusive we air more of our interview with ...
Amy Goodman interviews the legendary comedian Dick Gregory at Sunday’s Father’s Day march against the New York police practice known as stop-and-frisk. Gregory, 79, also talks about racial profiling, police relations, the execution of Troy Davis and the 2012 race. [includes rush transcript]
Headlines for June 19, 2012; Ramarley Graham, Unarmed Black Teen Slain by NYPD, Remembered at Weekly Vigils Outside Bronx Home; Ramarley Graham's Mother Speaks Out: NYPD Cop Who Killed My Son Should Be Charged with Murder; From Youth to Elderly, NYPD's "Stop-and-Frisk" Targets People of Color Across ...
Headlines for June 18, 2012; Rep. Luis Gutiérrez: In Obama Deportation Move, Long-Term Immigration Activism "Has Been Rewarded"; After Years of Struggle, DREAM Act Activists Hail Monumental Victory for Immigrants Living in Fear; Thousands Hold Silent March to Mayor Bloomberg's Home in Protest of NYPD's ...
Headlines for June 15, 2012; A Judicial Coup in Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood-Controlled Parliament Dissolved, Military Gains Power; Ralph Nader: 30 Million Workers Would Benefit from Raising Minimum Wage to 1968 Level; Overcoming Corporatism: Nader on 2012 Race, Wisconsin Recall, Attack on Pensions & the ...
Headlines for June 14, 2012; JPMorgan Chase CEO Gets Warm Hill Welcome from Senators Flooded with Millions in Wall St. Donations; Breaking '08 Pledge, Leaked Trade Doc Shows Obama Wants to Help Corporations Avoid Regulations; After Unprecedented Attack on Whistleblowers, Obama Admin Accused of Leaking ...
Headlines for June 13, 2012; Is Syria in a Civil War? Journalist Patrick Seale Debates Activist Rafif Jouejati on a Just Response; Military Suicide Epidemic: More U.S. Soldiers Have Killed Themselves Than Died on Battlefield in 2012
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