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Headlines for December 15, 2011; As Syria Toll Tops 5,000, Activist in Hiding Urges Global Action to Stop Assad Regime Crackdown; Wave of Restrictive Voting Laws Prompts Federal Probes, Grassroots Activism Ahead of 2012 Elections; Martina Correia, 1967-2011: NAACP's Ben Jealous on the Life of Troy Davis' ...
Headlines for December 14, 2011; Russia's Putin Faces Unprecedented Challenge as Tens of Thousands Protest Electoral Fraud; Corzine Grilled over MF Global Collapse After Witness Suggests Knowledge of Misused Funds; House-Senate Revise Indefinite Detention Bill in Bid to Avoid White House Veto, But Fears ...
Headlines for December 13, 2011; Ex-Salt Lake Mayor Rocky Anderson, Former Democrat, Launches Third Party Presidential Bid Against Obama, GOP; Occupy Protesters Shut Down Major West Coast Ports, Targeting Goldman Sachs; "The Arab People Have Woken Up": Yemeni Activist Tawakkul Karman Accepts Nobel Peace Prize
Headlines for December 12, 2011; Climate Activists: Durban Deal is "Very Weak" Agreement, Lacks "Ambition, Equity, Justice" ; "Don't Kill Africa": Climate Activists Occupy Durban Talks Demanding Binding Emissions Cuts; The Lost Decade: Bolivian Pablo Solón Decries Climate Deal Postponing New Emissions ...
Headlines for December 09, 2011; U.S. Publicly Shifts Climate Stance in Face of Widespread Criticism -- Then Quietly Backtracks; "Get It Done": Urging Climate Justice, Youth Delegate Anjali Appadurai Mic Checks U.N. Summit; Obama Admin Denounced for "Startling Level of Obstructionism and Defeatism" on ...
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Headlines for December 08, 2011; Mumia Abu-Jamal Spared Death Penalty After Prosecutors Drop 30-Year Bid for Execution
; South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu Calls for Release of Mumia Abu-Jamal
; "I'm Scared for My Future": Student Disrupts Speech by U.S. Climate Envoy Todd Stern in Durban; Critics: ...
Headlines for December 07, 2011; Hopes Fade for Binding Climate Deal as Durban Summit Enters Final Stages
; Canadian Activists Barred from Durban Summit for Protesting Environment Minister; Tuvalu Minister Urges World Leaders to Save Pacific Nations from Rising Seas; Least Developed Countries, Small ...
Headlines for December 06, 2011; At Durban Summit, Leading African Activist Calls U.S. Emissions Stance "A Death Sentence for Africa"; Indigenous Activists from Canada Protest Tar Sands Oil at Durban Climate Change Summit; U.S. Focus on China, India Emissions Burdens World's Poor, Skirts Own Responsibility ...
Headlines for December 05, 2011; Thousands March at U.N. Climate Summit in Durban to Demand Climate Justice
; South Africa Arrests, Deports Greenpeace Activists After Attempted High Stakes Banner Hang; Greenpeace Director Kumi Naidoo, from Anti-Apartheid Activist to Leading Voice for Climate Justice
; ...
More than a year and a half after his arrest, the alleged Army whistleblower Bradley Manning is due to make his first court appearance at a pre-trial hearing on December 16th. Manning faces up to life in prison for allegedly leaking thousands of diplomatic cables that were published by WikiLeaks. Manning ...
Headlines for December 02, 2011; Martina Correia, 1967-2011: Led Struggle to Save Brother Troy Davis' Life as She Fought for Her Own; "Hancock 38" Defendants Found Guilty for Bold Army Base Protest Against U.S. Drone Attacks Abroad; Richard Wolff: Eurozone Woes Result from Mating of Our "Dysfunctional" ...
Headlines for December 01, 2011; Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood Takes Early Lead in First Post-Mubarak Elections; Democracy Now! Correspondent Anjali Kamat on Reporting the Revolutions in Egypt and Libya
The United American Indians of New England marked the 42nd National Day of Mourning in Plymouth, Mass. on Nov. 24 as others celebrated the Thanksgiving holiday. Democracy Now! was there, as Native speakers described the "suppressed" history of the holiday, the massacre of the Wampanoag and ...
Headlines for November 30, 2011; Millions of British Public Sector Workers Take to the Streets in Historic General Strike; Occupy Wall Street Camps in Los Angeles, Philadelphia Dismantled in Massive Police Raids; As Biden Visits Iraq Ahead of U.S. Withdrawal, Critics See Last Ditch-Effort to Preserve ...
Headlines for November 29, 2011; Battlefield America: U.S. Citizens Face Indefinite Military Detention in Defense Bill Before Senate; Egypt Holds Historic Election As Military Council Resists Calls To Transfer Power To Civilians; Pepper-Spray Creator Decries Use of Chemical Agent on Peaceful Occupy Wall ...
Headlines for November 28, 2011; NATO Kills 24 Pakistani Troops in 2-Hour Assault on Pakistani Base, Tensions Flare in Region; Glenn Greenwald: Is Obama Fulfilling the Neocon Dream of Mass Regime Change in Muslim World?; WikiLeaks, Julian Assange Win Major Australian Prize for “Outstanding Contribution ...
Occupy Everywhere: Michael Moore, Naomi Klein on Next Steps for the Movement Against Corporate Power
"A Moment in the Sun": An Extended Interview with Independent Filmmaker, Author John Sayles
Clashes have erupted in Bahrain ahead of the release of a report investigating the crackdown on the pro-democracy uprising earlier this year. Watch Democracy Now! correspondent Anjali Kamat interview Bahraini activist Ala’a Shehabi, wife of a Bahraini political prisoner seized and jailed during the uprising.
Headlines for November 23, 2011; Egypt Protesters Defy Mounting Crackdown As Military Refuses to Step Down
; Sonia Jacobs and Peter Pringle on Their Journey From Death Row to the Wedding Altar
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