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Democracy Now! Audio: Episodes

Headlines for April 01, 2014; The "Bounty" Police Force? Albuquerque Officers Face Protests, Probe over Spate of Fatal Shootings; Treating Humans Worse Than Animals: Prison System Voices Decry Solitary Confinement of Mentally Ill; Right to Return: Deported After Protest by His Family, Mexican Immigrant ...
Headlines for March 31, 2014; Exclusive: Egyptian Activist Alaa Abd El-Fattah on Prison & Regime's "War on a Whole Generation"
Headlines for March 28, 2014; A Debate on Torture: Legal Architect of CIA Secret Prisons, Rendition vs. Human Rights Attorney
Headlines for March 27, 2014; Targeted by Firebombing, Legislation, and Now Vandalism, Montana Abortion Provider Shutters Clinic; The Unknown Known: Errol Morris' New Doc Tackles Unrepentant Iraq War Architect Donald Rumsfeld
Headlines for March 26, 2014; Egypt's Courts Further Repression with Journos on Trial & Mass Death Sentence for Morsi Supporters; Obama to Visit Saudi Arabia, Key Source of Funding for Growing Jihadi Militarism in Middle East; The Right to Heal: 11 Years After Iraq Invasion, U.S. Urged on Reparations ...
Headlines for March 25, 2014; Exclusive: NSA, FBI, DIA Sued over Refusal to Disclose U.S. Role in Imprisonment of Nelson Mandela; Why Did FBI Monitor Occupy Houston, and Then Hide Sniper Plot Against Protest Leaders?; Why Did the FBI Label Ryan Shapiro's Dissertation on Animal Rights a Threat to National Security?
Headlines for March 24, 2014; Dear White People: Film Tackles Racial Stereotypes on Campus & Being a "Black Face in a White Space"
Headlines for March 21, 2014; As Surveillance Costs Fall, Could the NSA Gain Ability to Record & Replay Every Call, Everywhere?; Scott Olsen, U.S. Vet Nearly Killed by Police Beanbag at Occupy Oakland, Settles Lawsuit with City; As Wells Fargo is Accused of Fabricating Foreclosure Papers, Will Banks ...
Headlines for March 20, 2014; Former U.S. Ambassador: Behind Crimea Crisis, Russia Responding to Years of "Hostile" U.S. Policy; DREAM Act Narrowly Fails in NY Senate After Gov. Andrew Cuomo Failed to Push Passage; Georgia Activists Confront GOP Rejection of Medicaid as Moral Mondays Spread Across South; ...
Democracy Now! was there when a group of fast-food workers rallied in front of a New York City McDonald’s Tuesday in support of lawsuits accusing the company of wage theft. Employees have filed suit in three states, claiming McDonald’s and its franchises have stolen their wages through a ...
Headlines for March 19, 2014; Black, Latino Firefighters in New York City Settle Long-Running Suit over Racial Discrimination; Fukushima Fallout: Ailing U.S. Sailors Sue TEPCO After Exposure to Radiation 30x Higher Than Normal
Headlines for March 18, 2014; A Sliver of Light: Freed U.S. Hikers on Captivity in Iran & Activism Against Solitary Confinement
Headlines for March 17, 2014; After Crimea Votes to Secede, How Will U.S. & Russia Handle Gravest Crisis Since Cold War?; Endless War? As Syria Conflict Enters 4th Year, Deadly Stalemate Favors Assad Regime; Snowden Docs Expose How the NSA "Infects" Millions of Computers, Impersonates Facebook Server
Headlines for March 14, 2014; "Utah's Carbon Bomb": State Plots Massive Tar Sands & Oil Shale Projects Despite Climate Concerns; "A Slow Genocide of the People": Uranium Mining Leaves Toxic Nuclear Legacy on Indigenous Land; Caught in the Crossfire: U.S.-Mexico Border Militarization Threatens Way of ...
Headlines for March 13, 2014; New York City's Charter School Showdown Reignites National Debate on Privatized Education; "Obama Is Trying to Vanish Us": Immigrants Fight Record Deportations with Protests, Hunger Strikes; A War on Campus? Northeastern University Suspends Students for Justice in Palestine Chapter
In Part 2 of our interview with Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Julia Angwin, she explains how she got her children interested in privacy by making it fun. We also speak with former CIA analyst Ray McGovern about the newly revealed "Raw Take" order that weakened privacy restrictions.
Headlines for March 12, 2014; "A Culture of Timidity": Ralph Nader on How Regulators Ignored a GM Safety Defect Tied to 13 Deaths; Nader on Senate's Climate Stance, "Insanity" of U.S. Nukes, & Why Obama's Min. Wage Hike Falls Short; "Giving Hypocrisy a Bad Name": NSA-Backing Senate Intel Chair Blasts ...
Headlines for March 11, 2014; Ex-Japanese PM on How Fukushima Meltdown was Worse Than Chernobyl & Why He Now Opposes Nuclear Power; Chomsky: From Hiroshima to Fukushima, Vietnam to Fallujah, State Power Ignores Its Massive Harm
Headlines for March 10, 2014; Ukraine's Longtime Divisions & NATO's Eastern Expansion to Russian Border Lay Ground for Crimea Vote; War Workers: Vulnerable Foreign Laborers Swindled & Exploited to Toil on U.S. Bases in Afghanistan; Leftist Ex-Rebel Holds Narrow Lead in El Salvador After Entering Race ...
Headlines for March 07, 2014; Roundtable: As Crimea Threatens Secession, Does East-West Split Hasten Ukraine's Political Divide?; Debate: Do Venezuelan Protests Reflect Popular Discontent or the Old Qualms of a Divided Elite?
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