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Democracy Now! Audio: Episodes

Headlines for May 14, 2014; "Right Out of a Spy Movie": Glenn Greenwald on First Secret Meeting with NSA Leaker Edward Snowden; Glenn Greenwald: U.S. Corporate Media is "Neutered, Impotent and Obsolete"
Headlines for May 13, 2014; "Collect It All": Glenn Greenwald on NSA Bugging Tech Hardware, Economic Espionage & Spying on U.N.; "The Stuff I Saw Really Began to Disturb Me": How the U.S. Drone War Pushed Snowden to Leak NSA Docs
Headlines for May 12, 2014; After Chaotic Autonomy Votes, Negotiations Could Be Sole Path to Prevent Ukraine's Disintegration; Did CIA's Fake Polio Vaccination Program in Pakistan Help Fuel a Global Health Emergency?; With First Images Since Kidnapping, Boko Haram Offers to Swap Nigerian Schoolgirls for Prisoners
Headlines for May 09, 2014; Marijuana Refugees: Virginia Family Moves to Colorado to Treat Epileptic Child with Cannabis Oil; As Marijuana Refugees Flock to Colorado, Will Medical Community Force Rewriting of U.S. Drug Laws?
Headlines for May 08, 2014; As UN Torture Committee Probes Vatican, Sex-Abuse Survivors Urge Church to End Decades-Long Cover-up; Protestant Church Faces New Sex-Abuse Scandal as Victims Defy Threats, Censorship to Speak Out; After Abuse Under State Supervision, Transgender Connecticut Teen Held in Solitary ...
Headlines for May 07, 2014; Foretelling Devastating Impact, Will White House Climate Report Spark Action on Global Warming?; Stanford Divests: Student-Led Movement Forces Elite School to Pull Its Money from Coal Companies; Will Dark Money Reshape North Carolina Political Landscape from Senate Race to ...
Watch part 2 of our conversation with the renowned American actor, film director and political activist Danny Glover, and Kathleen Cleaver, professor at Emory Law School, who is featured in the film, "The Black Power Mixtape."
Headlines for May 06, 2014; Bring Back Our Girls: Nigerians Caught Between Deadly Boko Haram Attacks & Military Reprisals; Occupy Wall Street on Trial: Cecily McMillan Convicted of Assaulting Cop, Faces Up to Seven Years; Danny Glover & Kathleen Cleaver on "Black Power Mixtape," Rare Footage Capturing ...
Headlines for May 05, 2014; Imprisoned Al Jazeera Journalist Details Abu Ghraib Torture & Why He's Suing U.S. Contractor CACI; 10 Years After Abu Ghraib, Ex-Prisoners Seek Justice in Torture Lawsuit Against U.S. Contractor CACI; "War Criminals Shouldn't Be Honored": Rutgers Students Nix Condoleezza Rice ...
Extended web-only interview with The Yes Men and indigenous activist Gitz Crazyboy. Earlier this week, members of the group spoke at the Homeland Security Congress posing as U.S. government officials. At the conference, they announced a fictitious new U.S. government plan called "American Renewable ...
Headlines for May 02, 2014; Juan González: Respect Key in "Landmark Agreement" Between NYC & Teachers Union; Pulitzer-Winning Journalist Jose Antonio Vargas on "Documented: A Film by an Undocumented American"; "You Might Get Hit by a Car": On Secret Tape, FBI Threatens American Muslim Refusing to be ...
Headlines for May 01, 2014; Lawyer for Next Oklahoma Prisoner Set for Death Calls for Independent Probe of Botched Execution; Brown Student Lena Sclove Speaks Out After School Lets Her Accused Rapist Return to Campus; After Tufts Found to Violate Title IX, How Student Rape Survivors Are Leading Movement for Reform
Listen to "The Execution Tapes," 19 recordings of electrocutions carried out by the state of Georgia since 1984, including the botched execution of Alpha Otis O’Daniel Stephens on December 12, 1984.
Headlines for April 30, 2014; Execution Chaos: Witness Recounts Botched Killing that Caused Okla. Prisoner's Fatal Heart Attack; Egypt is a Police State: Senior Muslim Brotherhood Member Condemns New Mass Death Sentence for 683; ALEC in the News: Oklahoma Punishes Solar Power Users; Wisconsin Voter ID ...
Headlines for April 29, 2014; As Unrest Grows, Is Ukraine Paying the Price of U.S.-Russian Ties Stuck in Cold War Era?; Secret Tape Could Oust Clippers Owner Donald Sterling, But Has NBA Long Ignored His Public Racism?; "As Consumers, We are Guinea Pigs": Vermont Set to Become First State to Require ...
Headlines for April 28, 2014; Cowboy Indian Alliance Protests Keystone XL Pipeline in D.C. After Latest Obama Admin Delay; "We Need to End the Fossil Fuel Age": Music Legend Neil Young Protests Keystone XL Oil Pipeline; Ralph Nader on TPP, GM Recall, Nuclear Power & the "Unstoppable" Left-Right Anti-Corporate ...
Headlines for April 25, 2014; Internet For the 1 Percent: New FCC Rules Strike Down Net Neutrality, Opening Fast Lanes for Fees; "Utopian Potential of the Internet": Astra Taylor on How to Take Back Power & Culture in Digital Age; Protesting the 1964 World's Fair: Activists Recall Effort to Highlight ...
Headlines for April 24, 2014; Muslim Americans Who Claim FBI Used No-Fly List to Coerce Them Into Becoming Informants File Lawsuit; In Landmark Ruling, U.S. Ordered to Release Memo Behind Targeted Killings of U.S. Citizens; "Silenced" Film Explores the Human Toll of Obama's Crackdown on National Security ...
Headlines for April 23, 2014; Jim Crow in the Classroom: New Report Finds Segregation Lives on in U.S. Schools; Toms River: How a Small Town Fought Back Against Corporate Giants for Toxic Dumping Linked to Cancer
Headlines for April 22, 2014; Earth Day Special: "Fierce Green Fire" Documentary Explores Environmental Movement's Global Rise
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