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Democracy Now! Audio: Episodes

Headlines for June 24, 2014; Should Obama Go to Tehran? How a U.S.-Iran "Grand Bargain" Could Help the Crisis in Iraq; Can the President Strike an American Anywhere in the World?: Drone Memo Raises Troubling Questions; Water is a Human Right: Detroit Residents Seek U.N. Intervention as City Shuts Off ...
Headlines for June 23, 2014; "Journalism in Egypt is a Crime": Global Outcry After 3 Al Jazeera Reporters Sentenced to 7-10 Years; "Baghdad is a Frightened City": As ISIS Gains Ground, Iraqi Capital Gripped by Fear & Uncertainty; Pressuring Israel, Presbyterian Church Divests from Firms Tied to Occupation ...
Headlines for June 20, 2014; NYC's $40M Central Park 5 Settlement Resolves Wrongful Jailing Fueled by Race-Baiting, Police Abuse; Rep. Colleen Hanabusa Proposes Ban on U.S. Military Deployment in Iraq Without Congressional Backing; Iraq's Next PM? Ahmed Chalabi, Chief Peddler of False WMDs, Meets U.S. ...
Headlines for June 19, 2014; Meet the Navajo Activist Who Got the Washington Redskins' Trademark Revoked: Amanda Blackhorse; "A Neo-Liberal Trojan Horse": Dave Zirin on Brazil's Mass Protests Against World Cup Displacement; As Iraq Teeters, Will U.S. and Iran Join Forces to Shore Up Embattled Shiite ...
Headlines for June 18, 2014; Will Iraq or Syria Survive? UN Envoy Lakhdar Brahimi on Sectarian War & the Disastrous '03 Invasion; "Colonialism is Inhuman": Diplomat Lakhdar Brahimi on the Lessons of Algeria's Independence Struggle
Headlines for June 17, 2014; Juan Cole: Mass Sunni Uprising Forces Iraq to Confront Sectarian Blowback of 2003 U.S. Invasion; 50 Years Later, How a New Freedom Summer Could Mobilize the South's Disenfranchised People of Color; "The Last Magazine": One Year After Death, Michael Hastings' Lost Novel Satirizes ...
Headlines for June 16, 2014; As Obama Considers Drone Strikes in Iraq, Could U.S. Military Action Worsen Sectarian Conflict?; Dave Zirin on the World Cup You Won't See on TV: Protests, Tear Gas, Displaced Favela Residents
Headlines for June 13, 2014; Children on the Run: U.S. Detains Thousands of Young Migrants Seeking Safety, Family Reunification; Report from Iraq: U.S. Invasion in 2003 Helped Set Path for Crisis Pulling Nation Apart
Al Jazeera Arabic journalist Abdullah Elshamy has been ordered released from jail in Egypt after a nearly five-month hunger strike in protest of his detention without charge. Last week, we spoke to his brother Mohammed.
Headlines for June 12, 2014; Iraq in Crisis: Militant Advance Sparks Mass Displacement as "Failed" U.S. Experiment Disintegrates; In Sisi's Egypt, Leading Dissident Gets 15-Year Term as Al Jazeera Reporter Languishes Behind Bars
Headlines for June 11, 2014; Eric Cantor Suffers Historic GOP Primary Loss in Anti-Immigrant, Anti-Corporate Backlash; Debate: Is Human Rights Watch Too Close to U.S. Gov't to Criticize Its Foreign Policy?
Headlines for June 10, 2014; As Right-Wing Shooting Rampages Grow, U.S. Revives Domestic Terror Unit Shelved After 9/11; As Taliban Attacks Karachi Airport Again, Could Pakistan Fall Into Civil War With Militants?; As Obama Moves to Cap Student Debt Payments, Activists Push For Broader Write-Off of Crushing ...
Headlines for June 09, 2014; Remembering Maya Angelou: Bill Clinton, Michelle Obama, Oprah Winfrey Pay Tribute to Legendary Poet; Freed From Prison, Bahraini Activist Nabeel Rajab Urges U.S. to Stop Backing Regime's Crackdown
Headlines for June 06, 2014; The Inside Story of Bowe Bergdahl: Afghan War Vet Matthew Farwell on "America's Last POW"; As U.S. Frees Five Taliban Members, Questions Remain Over Future of Guantánamo
Headlines for June 05, 2014; Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl's Idaho Hometown Cancels "Welcome Home" Celebration as Backlash Grows; Veteran: Politicians Using Freed POW Bowe Bergdahl as "Chess Piece to Win Political Matches"; Seattle’s Socialist City Council Member Kshama Sawant Hails Historic Vote For $15/Hour ...
Headlines for June 04, 2014; "There Were No Good Options": Bergdahl Should Get Honorable Discharge, Says Lawyer for Deserters; Is Bowe Bergdahl a Deserter? If Freed POW Left Post, He Joins Ranks of Soldiers Moved by Conscience; 5 Years After Dr. George Tiller’s Murder, A Doctor Braves Threats to Continue ...
Headlines for June 03, 2014; Father of Freed U.S. Soldier: "Nobody Can Relate to Guantánamo Prisoners More Than Our Family"; Reporter: Bowe Bergdahl's Fellow Soldiers Questioned Afghan War More Than He Did; Former Guantánamo Chief Prosecutor Defends American POW-Taliban Prisoner Swap; After Supreme ...
Headlines for June 02, 2014; Former Counterterrorism Czar Richard Clarke: U.S. Drone Program Under Obama "Got Out of Hand"; Ex-Counterterrorism Czar Richard Clarke: Bush, Cheney and Rumsfeld Committed War Crimes
Headlines for May 30, 2014; Obama Continues Record Deportations, Delays Immigration Reforms In Order to Court Republicans; "How Immigration Became Illegal”: Aviva Chomsky on U.S. Exploitation of Migrant Workers; Part 2: Ta-Nehisi Coates on Segregation, Housing Discrimination and “The Case for Reparations”
Headlines for May 29, 2014; "A Peace Warrior": Poet, Civil Rights Activist Maya Angelou Remembered by Sonia Sanchez; The Case for Reparations: Ta-Nehisi Coates on Reckoning With U.S. Slavery & Institutional Racism
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