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Season 2011, Episode 01 Monday, January 03, 2011

S2011 E01

Jan 3, 2011
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Monday, January 03, 2011 Jan 3, 2011 2011/01/03 Headlines: Palestinian Protester Dies After Israeli Tear Gas Attack; Report: More than 10,000 Died in 2010 in Afghanistan; U.S. Air Force to Deploy New Surveillance System in Afghanistan; Pakistan Faces Political Turmoil; 21 Christians Killed in Egyptian Church Bombing; WikiLeaks: U.S. Diplomats Helped Market Boeing Jets Overseas; Bank of America Prepares for Possible Disclosures by WikiLeaks; African Leaders Pressure Ivory Coast President to Cede Power; Dilma Rousseff Sworn in as Brazilian President; 3,100 Killed in Ciudad Juárez in 2010; Australian Floods Kill 10 People; Jerry Brown to be Sworn in as Governor of California; Arizona Suffers from Record Number of Foreclosures; RNC Members Turn Against Michael Steele; Judith Miller Criticizes WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange; Hong Kong Democracy Activist Szeto Wah Dies at 79

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Season 2011, Episode 02 Tuesday, January 04, 2011

S2011 E02

Jan 4, 2011
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Tuesday, January 04, 2011 Jan 4, 2011 2011/01/04 Headlines: Pakistani Governor Assassinated in Islamabad; Rep. Issa to Big Business: What Regulations Should GOP Fight?; GOP House to Vote to Repeal Entire Healthcare Bill; JPMorgan Exec Considered for White House Chief of Staff; Schwarzenegger Reduces Sentence of Son of Former Assembly Speaker; Union & State Workers Come Under Increasing Attack; Survey: 61 Percent Support Higher Taxes on the Rich; Iran Offers Access to Nuclear Facilities; WikiLeaks: Israel is Preparing for "Major War" in Middle East; Obama Prepares to Defy Congress on Guantánamo Limitations; Goldman Sachs Invests $450 Million in Facebook; Psychologists Protest Army's Treatment of Bradley Manning

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Season 2011, Episode 03 Wednesday, January 05, 2011

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Jan 5, 2011
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Wednesday, January 05, 2011 Jan 5, 2011 2011/01/05 Headlines: Republicans Set to Take Control of House; Slain Pakistani Governor Salmaan Taseer Buried; WikiLeaks: Israeli Blockade Meant to Keep Gaza on "Brink of Collapse"; DNA Evidence Frees Texas Prisoner After 30 Years; Healthcare Trade Association CEOs Pull in Millions; Texas Moves Toward Accepting Nuclear Waste; Navy Captain Relieved from Duty over Explicit Videos; Ex-U.S. Official Accuses Haiti Contractor of Shortchanging Him; Floods Threaten Australia's Great Barrier Reef; Netanyahu Calls for U.S. to Release Israeli Spy Jonathan Pollard; Chávez Suggests Oliver Stone, Sean Penn or Noam Chomsky Be Named Ambassador; Son of Deposed Shah Commits Suicide; Puerto Rican National Sentenced for 1968 Plane Hijacking; Judy Bonds, Anti-Mountaintop Coal Remove Campaigner, Dies at 58

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Season 2011, Episode 04 Thursday, January 06, 2011

S2011 E04

Jan 6, 2011
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Thursday, January 06, 2011 Jan 6, 2011 2011/01/06 Headlines: U.S. to Send 1,400 More Marines to Afghanistan; Nancy Pelosi Passes House Speaker Gavel to John Boehner; Hedge Funds Spent $10 Million to Help GOP Win Election; Census: 48 Million Americans Now in Poverty; Global Food Prices Hit Record High; Gene Sperling Expected to be Tapped for Top Economic Post; Commission: Cost-Cutting Decisions Led to BP Spill; Amnesty Report: Sexual Violence Against Women on Rise in Haiti; Oxfam: Haiti is Still in Ruins a Year After Earthquake; U.N. Calls for 2,000 Troops for Ivory Coast; Pakistani Guards Questioned over Assassination of Governor; Sadr Returns to Iraq After Exile in Iran; Israel Considers Probe of Human Rights Groups; Brazilian Truth Commission Proposed

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Season 2011, Episode 05 Friday, January 07, 2011

S2011 E05

Jan 7, 2011
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Friday, January 07, 2011 Jan 7, 2011 2011/01/07 Headlines: CBO: Repeal of Health Law Would Increase Deficit by $230 Billion; House GOP Kill Global Warming Committee; Puerto Rico and D.C. Lose House Voting Rights; Bill Introduced to Rewrite 14th Amendment; Boehner Pushes $100B in Cuts, Can't Name Any Programs to End; Pentagon Budget Continues to Grow Despite Budget Cuts; China OKs Morgan Stanley and JPMorgan Joint Ventures; WikiLeaks: Israeli Corruption at Gaza Crossing Exposed; Israeli Troops Kill 65-Year-Old Man in Home Raid; Ex-Mossad Chief: Iran Nuclear Program Set Back Many Years; Sudan to Hold Referendum on Sunday; U.S. Places Sanctions on Ivory Coast Leader; U.S. Urged to Not Resume Deportations to Haiti; California Health Insurance Company Hikes Rates 59%; Two Die in Arizona After Budget Cuts End Organ Transplant Program; Helen Thomas Makes a Comeback

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Season 2011, Episode 06 Monday, January 10, 2011

S2011 E06

Jan 10, 2011
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Monday, January 10, 2011 Jan 10, 2011 2011/01/10 Headlines: Rep. Giffords Survives Assassination Attempt in Tucson; Six Die; FBI: Evidence Indicates Gunman Plotted Giffords Shooting; Investigators Probe Arizona Gunman's Links to Hate Group; Tucson Sheriff Condemns Hateful Political Rhetoric; Incendiary Packages Mailed in Maryland and Washington, D.C.; DOJ Subpoenas Twitter for Info on WikiLeaks Accounts; Scott Sisters Freed After Serving 16 Years in Prison for $11 Robbery; Unemployment Rate Falls as More Drop Out of Labor Force; Wells Fargo & U.S. Bancorp Lose Landmark Foreclosure Court Case; Three Die in Algerian Food Riots; 23 Die After Tunisian Troops Fire on Demonstrators; Southern Sudan Begins Voting on Independence; Iran Claims Spy Network is Linked to Assassination of Nuclear Scientist; Iranian Human Rights Lawyer Sentenced to 11 Years in Jail; Basque Separatists Declare Permanent Ceasefire; 51 Killed in Mexican Drug Violence; 15 Decapitated in Acapulco; Accused Airliner Bomber, CIA Operative Faces Trial; Muslims Act as Human Shields for Coptic Christians in Egypt

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Season 2011, Episode 07 Tuesday, January 11, 2011

S2011 E07

Jan 11, 2011
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Tuesday, January 11, 2011 Jan 11, 2011 2011/01/11 Headlines: Obama Heads to Tucson for Shooting Memorial; Giffords' Brother-in-Law Sends Message of Peace from Space; Lawmakers to Introduce Gun Control Legislation; Colorado Man Arrested for Threatening Sen. Bennet; Tom DeLay Sentenced to Three Years in Jail; Gates: North Korea is Becoming a "Direct Threat" to U.S.; Biden: U.S. Troops May Stay in Afghanistan After 2014; Ex-Mossad Head Criticized for Admitting Iran Does Not Pose Imminent Nuclear Threat; Israel Demolishes Palestinian Hotel to Build More Settlements; Death Toll in Tunisia Rises to 35; Schools Indefinitely Shut Down; 10 Dead, 78 Missing After Massive Floods in Australia; Lori Berenson Returns to Court in Peru; British Police Officer Exposed for Infiltrating Green Groups; Duke-Progress Merger Creates Nation's Largest Utility Company; WikiLeaks' Julian Assange Appears in London Court; Anti-Torture Activists Mark 9th Anniversary of Opening of Guantánamo

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Season 2011, Episode 08 Wednesday, January 12, 2011

S2011 E08

Jan 12, 2011
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Wednesday, January 12, 2011 Jan 12, 2011 2011/01/12 Headlines: Doctors Expect Rep. Giffords to Survive Shooting; Loughner Family Releases Statement on Attack; Family Friend of Slain Girl Remains Hospitalized; Haiti Marks One Year Since Earthquake; Spill Commission Calls for Overhaul of Oil, Gas Regulation; WikiLeaks to Speed Up Release of U.S. Cables; Illinois Set to Abolish Death Penalty; Study: U.S.-Led Military Operations Cause $100M in Damages in Afghan Province; Secretary Clinton Makes Unannounced Visit to Yemen; Anti-Torture Activists Hold Gitmo Protest

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Season 2011, Episode 09 Thursday, January 13, 2011

S2011 E09

Jan 13, 2011
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Thursday, January 13, 2011 Jan 13, 2011 2011/01/13 Headlines: Thousands Mourn Arizona Shooting Victims; Giffords Opens Eyes for First Time; Police Stopped Suspect on Day of Shooting; House Reconvenes, Condemns Attack; Palin Dismisses Criticism as "Blood Libel"; Step-Daughters: 76-Year-Old Victim Saved Mother's Life; Arizona Bans Funeral Protests by Westboro Church; Man Arrested for Allegedly Threatening Rep. McDermott; On Anniversary, Haiti Increases Earthquake Death Toll Estimate to 316,000; Bill Clinton Defends Reconstruction Commission Efforts; 10 Arrested at New York Solidarity March for Haiti; Lebanese Gov't Collapses After Hezbollah Withdraws Ministers; Women's Rights Activist Slain in Ciudad Juárez; 2010 Tied for Warmest on Record; Study: Number of Homeless Increased During Recession; Government Spy Infiltrated Antiwar Groups Before FBI Raids

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Season 2011, Episode 10 Friday, January 14, 2011

S2011 E10

Jan 14, 2011
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Friday, January 14, 2011 Jan 14, 2011 2011/01/14 Headlines: Thousands Protest Tunisian President in Unprecedented Rally; Funeral Held for Youngest Arizona Shooting Victim; Doctors: Giffords Reaches "Major Milestone" in Recovery; Gun Show Near Arizona Shooting to Proceed; EPA Cancels Permit for West Virginia Coal Mine; Biden Affirms Pledge for Iraq Withdrawal; U.S. Plans for 8,000 Private Military Forces; U.S. Military Denies Manning Held in Solitary Confinement; U.N. Says Pro-Gbagbo Forces Attacking Its Vehicles; South Sudan Independence Vote Reaches Turnout Threshold; Clinton Urges Reform in Arab Countries, Defends Israeli Rejection of Peace Offers; Over 500 Die in Brazil Floods; Report: 2011 to Break Foreclosure Record; U.S. Citizen Held in Kuwait Claims Harsh FBI Interrogation; CDC Releases Report on Ethnic Disparities in U.S. Health

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Season 2011, Episode 11 Monday, January 17, 2011

S2011 E11

Jan 17, 2011
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Monday, January 17, 2011 Jan 17, 2011 2011/01/17 Headlines:$

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Season 2011, Episode 12 Tuesday, January 18, 2011

S2011 E12

Jan 18, 2011
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Tuesday, January 18, 2011 Jan 18, 2011 2011/01/18 Headlines: Tunisian Leader Ousted in Mass Uprising; Protesters Denounce Old Guard in New Gov't; U.S. Plans to Move Arizona Shooting Trial; College Releases Loughner Video; Giffords' Recovery Improves, Upgraded to Serious; Shooting Victim Arrested for Threatening Tea Party Member; House to Vote on Healthcare Repeal; Poll: Support for Healthcare Repeal Drops; Study: 129 Million Americans Suffer Pre-Existing Medical Conditions; 56 Killed in Iraq Suicide Bombing; South Sudan Referendum Expected to Back Independence; Prosecutors Issue Draft Indictments in Hariri Probe; Ex-Dictator "Baby Doc" Returns to Haiti; Former Banker Hands Offshore Account Data to WikiLeaks; Israel to Build 1,400 New Settlement Homes; Israeli Gov't to Probe Human Rights Groups; Blackwater-Linked Firm Awarded U.S. Contract in West Bank; 3 Arrested in MLK Day Protest at Tucson Military Base; Protesters Rally in Support of Manning, Targeted Activists; 1,000 Protest Confederate Flag in South Carolina; Maine Gov. Attends NAACP Event Following Snub; Priebus Elected New RNC Chair; Independent Journalist, Activist John Ross Dies

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Season 2011, Episode 13 Wednesday, January 19, 2011

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Jan 19, 2011
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Wednesday, January 19, 2011 Jan 19, 2011 2011/01/19 Headlines: House-Controlled GOP to Vote on Healthcare Repeal; Chinese President Hu Visits U.S.; Protesters Hold White House Rally for Tibet; FBI Probes Attempted Bombing of <span class="caps">MLK Day Parade; FCC Approves Comcast Takeover of <span class="caps">NBC Universal; Internal Review Contradicts U.S. Claims on WikiLeaks; Switzerland Probes U.S. Spying Following WikiLeaks Disclosures; "Baby Doc" Charged in Haiti; Yemeni Journalist Denounces Imprisonment; Palestinian Authority Raises Palestinian Flag at D.C. Mission; Senators Lieberman, Conrad Won't Seek Re-Election

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Season 2011, Episode 14 Thursday, January 20, 2011

S2011 E14

Jan 20, 2011
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Thursday, January 20, 2011 Jan 20, 2011 2011/01/20 Headlines: Loughner Indicted on New Charges; Details of Shooting Video Released; Giffords to be Transferred to Houston Hospital; Report: Admin to Renew Gitmo Military Tribunals; House Votes to Repeal Healthcare Law; Protest for Tibetans, Uyghurs Held Outside White House; Suicides Rise Among National Guard, Reserve; Ex-Military Officers Resign Pentagon Advisory Posts Rather than Admit Private Ties; 15 Killed in Iraq Suicide Bombings; Duvalier Sued for Human Rights Abuses in Haiti; Aristide Asks Haiti to Allow Return; Ivory Coast Talks Falter; U.N. Approves More Troops; Ohio Death Row Prisoners End Hunger Strike After Winning Demands; NYPD Used Anti-Muslim Video in Training Courses

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Season 2011, Episode 15 Friday, January 21, 2011

S2011 E15

Jan 21, 2011
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Friday, January 21, 2011 Jan 21, 2011 2011/01/21 Headlines: Rep. Giffords to be Transferred to Houston Facility; Republican Lawmakers Call for Deeper Spending Cuts; Poll: Majority Support Cutting Military Spending over Medicare, Social Security; Obama Taps GE CEO for Economic Panel; Chinese President Hu Meets Senators in D.C.; 52 Killed in Iraq Suicide Bombings; Tunisia Mourns Slain Protesters; New Gov't Approves Amnesty Law; Self-Immolations Continue in Egypt; Admin Confirms Opposition to Aristide Return; Duvalier Faces Rumors of Financial Motive in Return; U.S. Resumes Deportations to Haiti; Report: Blackwater Founder Behind Apartheid-Linked Firm's Somalia Bid; Probe: Mine Disaster Preventable, Massey Violated Key Regulations; FBI Arrests Dozens for Alleged Ties to Organized Crime; Criticizing Abortion Stance, Santorum Cites Obama's Ethnicity; U.S. Cancels "Virtual Fence" with Mexico; Verizon Sues to Block FCC Net Neutrality Regulations

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Season 2011, Episode 16 Monday, January 24, 2011

S2011 E16

Jan 24, 2011
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Monday, January 24, 2011 Jan 24, 2011 2011/01/24 Headlines: Attorney: Manning Abuse Worsens; 2 Visitors Detained at Base; Fmr. Chicago Police Commander Sentenced to 4 ½ Years; Obama Unveils GE CEO as Top Economic Adviser; Rep. Giffords Transferred to Houston Rehab Hospital; Leaked Files Show PA Offered Israel East Jerusalem Annexation; Israeli Inquiry Clears Military, Gov't in Flotilla Attack; Thousands Protest U.S. Drone Strikes in Pakistan; Tunisian Police, Army Hold Solidarity Rally with Protesters; Anti-Gov't Protests Held in Yemen, Algeria; Duvalier Appeals for Public Support, Feels "Sadness" for Victims; Philadelphia Abortion Doctor Accused of Murdering Babies, Patient; Lax State Oversight Faulted; Drug Maker Stops Production of Anesthetic in Lethal Injections; Days After Comcast Takeover, Olbermann Leaves MSNBC

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Season 2011, Episode 17 Tuesday, January 25, 2011

S2011 E17

Jan 25, 2011
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Tuesday, January 25, 2011 Jan 25, 2011 2011/01/25 Headlines: Not Guilty Plea Entered for Loughner; Report: U.S. Failing to Prove WikiLeaks-Manning Link; Obama to Deliver State of the Union Address; 35 Killed in Suicide Attack on Russian Airport; 22 Killed in Iraq Bombings; Palestinians Agreed to "Symbolic Return" of Refugees; Palestinian Leaders Call for Leak Probe; Palestinians Protest Al Jazeera in Ramallah; Turkish Panel Rejects Israeli Claims on Flotilla Raid; Peru Recognizes Palestinian State in Occupied Territories; Hezbollah-Backed Candidate Wins Support in Lebanon; Clinton Praises Mexico on Drug War; ACLU: "Unjustified Homicides" in U.S. Military Prisons; Illinois Appeals Court Rejects Emanuel's Mayoral Bid; Corporate Donations Surge to GOP; Vermont Measure Calls for Revoking Corporate Personhood

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Season 2011, Episode 18 Wednesday, January 26, 2011

S2011 E18

Jan 26, 2011
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Wednesday, January 26, 2011 Jan 26, 2011 2011/01/26 Headlines: Obama Calls for Spending Freeze, Lower Corporate Taxes; Republicans, Tea Party Respond to Obama Address; Dems, Republicans Sit Together in Bipartisan Gesture; Anti-Gov't Protests Sweep Egypt; Public Gatherings Banned; Clinton: U.S. Backs Egyptian Gov't; Palestine Papers: PA, Israel Discussed Targeting Palestinian Militants; British Intelligence Aided Crackdown on Hamas; PA Negotiator Claims Palestine Papers Endangering His Life; U.N. Coordinator: Palestine Papers Underscore Palestinian Compromise, Israeli Intransigence; U.S. Deaths from Roadside Bombings Soar in Afghanistan; Suit by Families of Slain Blackwater Contractors Dismissed; Ex-Gitmo Prisoner Sentenced to Life Term; Indonesian Soldiers in Videotaped Torture Sentenced to Less than Year; Emanuel Wins Appeal, Back in Chicago Mayoral Race; Probe: Bush White House Violated Law on Campaigning

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Season 2011, Episode 19 Thursday, January 27, 2011

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Jan 27, 2011
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Thursday, January 27, 2011 Jan 27, 2011 2011/01/27 Headlines: Defying Gov't Ban, Egyptians Protest Mubarak; Clinton: Egypt Should Enact Reforms, Respect "Universal Rights"; Thousands Protest Saleh in Yemen; Tunisia Issues Arrest Warrant for Ben Ali; Arizona Judicial Emergency Could Delay Loughner Trial; Giffords Condition Improves; U.S. Deficit to Hit Record $1.5 Trillion; Financial Crisis Panel Recommends Prosecutions; Soldier Reaches Plea Deal in Afghan "Kill Team" Case; Préval Protégé to Exit Haiti Race; Thousands Protest U.S. Coca Stance in Bolivia; Palestine Papers: Palestinians Acceded to U.S. Demand for Goldstone Delay; Gay Rights Activist Slain in Uganda; Accused Penn. Teen is Youngest Person Ever to Face Life Term

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Season 2011, Episode 20 Friday, January 28, 2011

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Jan 28, 2011
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Friday, January 28, 2011 Jan 28, 2011 2011/01/28 Headlines: Egyptian Protests Escalate Amidst Gov't Crackdown; U.S. Continues to Back Mubarak; Tens of Thousands Protest Yemeni Gov't; 48 Killed in Iraq Car Bombing; Inquiry: Financial Crisis "Avoidable," Causes Still Intact; Dems, GOP Overhaul Senate Rules; Journalist Tapped to Replace Gibbs at White House; Anti-Drone Activists Convicted for Nevada Protest; Jury Renders Verdict in Penn. Cover-up of Immigrant Beating Death; FBI Targets Alleged WikiLeaks Supporters in Cyberattack Case; Mandela Released from South African Hospital; Funeral Held for Slain LGBT Rights Activist in Uganda; Chile to Probe Allende's Death in U.S.-Backed Coup; New Ariz. Proposal Could Revoke U.S. Citizenship of Immigrant Children

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Season 2011, Episode 21 Monday, January 31, 2011

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Jan 31, 2011
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Monday, January 31, 2011 Jan 31, 2011 2011/01/31 Headlines: Massive Protests in Egypt Enter Seventh Day; General Strike Called; ElBaradei Joins Street Protests, Calls for End of Mubarak Regime; Hillary Clinton Stresses "Orderly Transition" in Egypt; Israel Urges U.S. &amp; Europe to Mute Criticism of Mubarak; New Egyptian VP Tied to CIA Extraordinary Rendition Program; Egypt Attempts to Silence Al Jazeera; Cuts Off Internet &amp; Cell Phones; Protests Spread to Jordan, Yemen and Sudan; Sudanese Police Kill Student Protester; 99% of Southern Sudan Votes to Secede; California Man Arrested for Mosque Bomb Plot in Michigan; Report: Pakistan Now Has More Than 100 Nuclear Deployed Weapons; 25 Arrested at Protest Outside Koch Brothers Gathering; FBI Accused of Repeatedly Violating Law Post-9/11; Goldman Sachs Triples Salary for CEO; Alpha Natural Purchases Massey Energy to Form Coal Giant; Ohio Mother Jailed for Trying to Send Children to Better School; Brooklyn College Professor Dismissed For Views on Israel; Founder of Minutemen Vigilante Group on Trial for Murder

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Season 2011, Episode 22 Tuesday, February 01, 2011

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Feb 1, 2011
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Tuesday, February 01, 2011 Feb 1, 2011 2011/02/01 Headlines: Egyptian Protests Enter Day 8: Millions Fill Streets to Oppose Mubarak; Looting Tied to Backers of Mubarak Regime; Egyptian VP Reaches Out to Opposition Groups; U.S. Refuses to Call for Mubarak’s Ouster; Jordananian King Dismisses Government; Tunisian Protesters Call for Torture Probe; Fed Judge Rules Healthcare Bill to be Unconstitutional; Haiti Offers Diplomatic Passport to Ousted President Aristide; Haitian Man Dies After Being Deported from U.S.; Huntsman Resigns from Ambassador Post, May Run in 2012 Election; Iran Demands American Hiker Return for Trial; Arizona Gun Advocates Push for Weakening Firearms Laws; Undercover Investigators Expose Gun Show Loophole; Brooklyn College Reinstates Ousted Teacher; Lacking Insurance, Father of Hip Hop Faces Medical Crisis

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Season 2011, Episode 23 Wednesday, February 02, 2011

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Feb 2, 2011
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Wednesday, February 02, 2011 Feb 2, 2011 2011/02/02 Headlines: Mubarak Supporters Attack Protesters in Tahrir Square; Mubarak Refuses to Resign, Won't Seek Re-election; Millions March Against Mubarak on Tuesday; Obama: "Orderly Transition" in Egypt Must Begin "Now"; U.S. Lawmakers and Egyptian Officials Met 250+ Times in 2010; Yemeni President to Step Down in 2013; Extreme Weather: U.S. Gripped by Massive Winter Storm; Bill Introduced to Ban EPA from Regulating Greenhouse Gases; Senate Republicans Advocate Healthcare Repeal; Report: Iraqi Forces Operating Secret Prison in Baghdad; Deported Haitian Man Who Died Was Healthy Upon Leaving the U.S.; Specialist Recommended Bradley Manning Not Be Deployed to Iraq; Obama to Ratify New Disarmament Treaty; Sites for Democratic and Republican Conventions Chosen

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Season 2011, Episode 24 Thursday, February 03, 2011

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Feb 3, 2011
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Thursday, February 03, 2011 Feb 3, 2011 2011/02/03 Headlines: At Least Six Dead, Almost 1,000 Injured After Pro-Mubarak Forces Attack Protesters; Egypt’s PM Apologizes for Violence, Cell Phone Company Forced to Send Pro-Mubarak Text Messages; U.S. State Dept.: We Don’t Know Who Is Behind Cairo Violence; Protesters Urge U.S. to Call for Mubarak’s Ouster; Opposition Leaders Reject Call to Negotiate; Egyptian Government Cracks Down on Journalists, Anderson Cooper and Others Attacked; Tens of Thousands Protest in Yemen; Jordanians Protest Selection of New PM; 10 Journalists Arrested in Sudan; Palestinian Authority Shuts Down Pro-Egyptian Protest; Netanyahu: Israel Needs to Bolster Its Forces; Massive Cyclone Hits Australia; Wall Street Bankers Take in Record $135 Billion in Compensation; 43 Million Americans Now Receiving Food Stamps, a 14% Increase; Healthcare Repeal Defeated in Senate; Halliburton and Others Accused of Illegally Pumping Fuel into the Ground; Oil and Gas Industry Denounces Academy Award-Nominated Documentary; WikiLeaks Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

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Season 2011, Episode 25 Friday, February 04, 2011

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Feb 4, 2011
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Friday, February 04, 2011 Feb 4, 2011 2011/02/04 Headlines: Over a Million March in Day of Departure Rally in Egypt; Report: U.S. Considers Proposal for Mubarak to Resign Immediately; Pro-Mubarak Gangs Attack Scores of Journalists; Egyptian State TV Broadcaster Resigns in Protest; Algeria Promises to Lift State of Emergency; Tens of Thousands March in Yemen; Syrian Activists Plan Protest in Damascus; McCain Compares Arab Pro-Democracy Movement to a "Virus"; Under International Pressure, Haiti Announces Run-Off Candidates; Global Food Prices Hit Record High; Shell Oil Records $18.6 Billion Profit in 2010; Bernanke: Unemployment Rate Will Remain "Stubbornly" High; 20,000 Vets and Military Personnel Lose Homes in Foreclosure Crisis; Internal Documents: JPMorgan Chase Hid Doubts about Madoff; Afghan Man Dies at Guantánamo; Virginia to Ask Supreme Court to Review Healthcare Law; Census: New Orleans Lost 1/3 of Population Since 2000; 150 Students Arrested in Puerto Rico

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Season 2011, Episode 26 Monday, February 07, 2011

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Feb 7, 2011
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Monday, February 07, 2011 Feb 7, 2011 2011/02/07 Headlines: Protests in Egypt Enter 14th Day as Gov't Meets with Opposition; U.S. Envoy: "Mubarak Must Stay in Office"; Al Jazeera Cairo Bureau Chief Arrested; Egyptian Authorities Acknowledge Detaining Google Exec; Facing Possible Torture Probe, Bush Cancels Swiss Trip; Jobless Rate Drops as 200,000 Unemployed Workers Drop Out of Labor Force; Unemployment Rate for Veterans Reaches New High; Corporate America Sends GOP Lawmakers a Wish List; Wife of Justice Thomas Forms Tea Party-linked Lobbying Firm; Trial Begins in Iran for Three Hikers; Thousands of Iraqis Protest Lack of Government Services; WikiLeaks' Julian Assange Returns to London Court; World Social Forum Opens in Senegal; Florida Man Stabbed After Saying He Was a Muslim; AOL Purchases Huffington Post for $315 Million

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Season 2011, Episode 27 Tuesday, February 08, 2011

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Feb 8, 2011
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Tuesday, February 08, 2011 Feb 8, 2011 2011/02/08 Headlines: Egyptian Protests Continue Despite Further Concessions; Report: German Hospital Prepares for Mubarak's Arrival; Egypt: Google Executive and Online Activist Released from Detention; WikiLeaks Cables Reveal Extended Israeli Support of Egyptian Vice President; Coalition of Egyptian Attorneys Accuse Mubarak Family of Stealing State Money; Report: Taliban and al-Qaeda Are Not Ideological Allies; Crashed U.S. Drone Found in Yemen; WikiLeaks Founder Continues to Fight Extradition to Sweden; Guardian Journalist Expelled from Russia; Obama Reaches Out to Corporations in Chamber of Commerce Speech; Obama Advocates New Free Trade Deals; Democratic Leadership Council Suspends Operations; Congresswoman Steps Down to Head Center for Scholars; House to Vote on PATRIOT Act Extension; Hillary Clinton Says U.S. Can’t Legalize Drugs Because There is “Too Much Money in It”; Bloomberg: Obama Administration Not Concerned about Illegal Gun Trafficking; California Students Charged for Disrupting Israeli Ambassador’s Speech

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Season 2011, Episode 28 Wednesday, February 09, 2011

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Feb 9, 2011
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Wednesday, February 09, 2011 Feb 9, 2011 2011/02/09 Headlines: Egyptian Protests Spread Following Record-Level Turnout; White House Urges End to Egyptian Gov't Crackdown; Obama Expected to Maintain U.S. Aid to Egyptian Regime; GOP Dealt Setback with Temporary <span class="caps">PATRIOT Act Defeat; Assange Attorneys Challenge Swedish Prosecutor to Testify; Wikileaks Docs: Despite No Evidence, Yemen Continued Jailing Alleged al-Quada Members at U.S. Behest; Blackwater Appeal to be Closed to Public; Pakistan Jails U.S. Consular Worker Over Shooting Deaths; Haiti Issues Passport to Aristide; ACLU Observer Alleges Beating at L.A. Prison

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Season 2011, Episode 29 Thursday, February 10, 2011

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Feb 10, 2011
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Thursday, February 10, 2011 Feb 10, 2011 2011/02/10 Headlines: Thousands of Striking Workers Join Egyptian Uprising; Report: Egyptian Army Detaining, Torturing Protesters; Freed Protest Organizer Wael Ghonim Rejects Mubarak Regime Talks; WikiLeaks Docs: Torture-Linked Egyptian Police Trained in U.S.; Investigators Failing to Link Manning to Assange; Firms Planned Attacks on WikiLeaks, Supporters; 27 Killed in Pakistan Suicide Bombing; Israel Destroys Palestinian Medicine Factory; Bernanke Warns of Lengthy Unemployment; GOP Proposes $74B in Funding Cuts; Heating Assistance Program Faces Funding Reduction; CIA Operatives Promoted Despite Roles in Deaths, Rendition; Gitmo Prisoner's Sentence Reduced from 14 Years to Two; Napolitano: Terror Threat Could Be Highest Since 9/11; Sen. Webb Won't Seek Re-Election; GOP Rep. Resigns over Leaked Emails; Justice Thomas Urged to Recuse Himself from Healthcare Law Cases; Doctors: Rep. Giffords Speaks for First Time Since Shooting; Keith Olbermann Joins Current TV

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Season 2011, Episode 30 Friday, February 11, 2011

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Feb 11, 2011
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Friday, February 11, 2011 Feb 11, 2011 2011/02/11 Headlines: Record Protests Flood Egypt After Mubarak Refuses to Resign; Protests Held in Multiple Cities; Cairo Rallies Expand; Egyptian Military Backs Mubarak; Obama: Transition Prospects "Not Yet Clear"; Egyptian Blogger Freed from Jail; Iran Detains Opposition Leader Ahead of Protest; Pakistani Court Extends Jailing of U.S. Official Accused in Fatal Shootings; Obama Announces $18B Plan for Expanding Wireless Internet; Plot Exposed to Target Opponents of U.S. Chamber of Commerce; GOP Sen. Kyl to Retire; Paul Supporters Call Cheney "War Criminal" at CPAC

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Season 2011, Episode 31 Monday, February 14, 2011

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Feb 14, 2011
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Monday, February 14, 2011 Feb 14, 2011 2011/02/14 Headlines: Egypt Celebrates Mubarak’s Resignation, Military Imposes Martial Law; Egyptian Military Takes Temporary Control, Bans Labor Union Meetings; Bahrain: Protesters Clash with Police; Yemeni Forces Use Tasers on Peaceful Protesters; Hundreds Arrested in Algerian Protests; Iran Places Opposition Leader Mousavi under House Arrest; Palestinian Prime Minister Disbands Cabinet; Obama Slashes Assistance for Working Poor and Needy in New Budget; Wisconsin Governor Threatens to Use National Guard Against State Workers; U.S. Considers Dissolving Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac; Italy: Hundreds of Thousands of Women Protest Prime Minister; Arrest Warrant Issued for Musharraf in Connection with Bhutto Assassination; U.S. Delays Talks with Pakistan Amid Diplomatic Dispute; Ron Paul Wins Straw Poll at Conservative Conference; Former Tom DeLay Aide Sentenced to 20 Months in Jail; Puerto Rican University President Resigns in Wake of Student Protests; Opponents of Mountaintop Removal Coal Mining Occupy Kentucky Governor’s Office

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Season 2011, Episode 32 Tuesday, February 15, 2011

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Feb 15, 2011
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Tuesday, February 15, 2011 Feb 15, 2011 2011/02/15 Headlines: Iran: Security Forces Violently Crackdown on Protesters; Iranian Lawmakers Call for Execution of Opposition Leaders; Two Demonstrators Die in Bahrain Protests; U.S. Increases Aid to Yemen as Anti-Government Protests in Sana'a Intensify; Egyptian Military Urges End to Protests, Labor Strikes; Retired Judge Heads Up Egyptian Constitutional Committee; Egypt Requests States Freeze Mubarak’s Funds; Self-Immolation Protests Spread to Morocco; Syrian Blogger Sentenced to Five Years in Jail After Secret Trial; Chevron Ordered to Pay Ecuador $8.5 Billion for Environmental Damages; Italy’s Berlusconi to Stand Trial on Sex Charges; European Energy Companies Spied on Activist Groups; Israel to Build Army Base in East Jerusalem; House Votes to Extend Elements of PATRIOT Act; Shirley Sherrod Sues Conservative Blogger; Friend of Suspected WikiLeaks Source Alleges Torture; Clarence Thomas Connected to Tea Party Funders; Honduras: Plane Crash Kills 14; Two Campesino Leaders Murdered; Equatorial Guinean Author Enters Fifth Day of Hunger Strike; BP Executive Resigned over Safety Protocols Before Spill; Arizona Bill Would Require Hospitals Check Citizenship Status of Patients; Former Head of Vigilante Anti-Immigrant Group Convicted of Murder; Texas Refuses to Compensate Exonerated Death Row Prisoner

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Season 2011, Episode 33 Wednesday, February 16, 2011

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Feb 16, 2011
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Wednesday, February 16, 2011 Feb 16, 2011 2011/02/16 Headlines: Pro-Democracy Protests Erupt in Libya; Unrest Continues in Bahrain, Iran, Yemen; Obama Suggests Mubarak Regime Didn't "Shoot, Beat, Arrest" Protesters; Egyptian Military Vows Democratic Transition in Six Months; Obama Admin Touts Internet Freedom While Targeting Twitter, WikiLeaks; Rep. Peter King Introduces Anti-WikiLeaks Espionage Bill; Boehner: "So Be It" If Federal Workers Lose Jobs Under Cuts; Argentina: U.S. Warplane Carried Unauthorized Weapons; Key Bush Admin "Source" Admits to Lying about Iraqi WMD; Veterans File Class Action Suit over Sexual Abuse in Military; CBS News Correspondent Hospitalized After Cairo Attack; World Bank: Rising Food Prices Push 44 Million Into Poverty; U.S. Customs Agent Slain in Mexico Attack; 15 Recipients Awarded Medal of Freedom; Thousands Protest Anti-Public Worker Bill in Wisconsin

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Season 2011, Episode 34 Thursday, February 17, 2011

S2011 E34

Feb 17, 2011
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Thursday, February 17, 2011 Feb 17, 2011 2011/02/17 Headlines: 4 Killed, Hundreds Wounded in Bahrain Crackdown; Libyan Forces Kill 5 Protesters; 2 Dead, 4 Wounded in Yemen Rallies; Violence Erupts at Funeral for Slain Iranian Protester; Hundreds Rally in Iraq Following Deadly Protest; Gates Warns on U.S. Withdrawal from Iraq; Report Ordered by Obama Warned of Mideast Unrest; Swiss Officials Uncover Alleged Mubarak Regime Funds; Police Withdrawn from Puerto Rico Campus; Somali Man Sentenced to 33 Years in U.S. Ship Captain Kidnapping; Over 10,000 Rally Against Wisconsin Anti-Public Sector Bill

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Season 2011, Episode 35 Friday, February 18, 2011

S2011 E35

Feb 18, 2011
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Friday, February 18, 2011 Feb 18, 2011 2011/02/18 Headlines: Egyptians Mark Week Since Mubarak's Ouster; U.S. Pledges Aid for Egyptian Transition; Bahrainis Hold Funerals for Slain Pro-Democracy Protesters; Bahraini Gov't Calls Attack on Protesters "Proportional"; U.S. Raises "Concerns" over Bahraini Crackdown; Up to 50 Protesters Killed in Libya; Yemeni Protests Enter 2nd Week; Iraq Asks U.S. for $1 Billion in Damages; Congress Extends PATRIOT Act; Both Sides Challenge Chevron Ruling in Ecuador

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Season 2011, Episode 36 Monday, February 21, 2011

S2011 E36

Feb 21, 2011
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Monday, February 21, 2011 Feb 21, 2011 2011/02/21 Headlines: 332 Reportedly Killed in Libyan Crackdown on Protests; Bahraini Protesters Occupy Key Public Square After Massacre; Senator Leahy Asks for Review of U.S. Aid to Bahrain; Yemeni President Vows Not to Quit; 12 Die in Protests; Pro-Democracy Protests Spread to Morocco; Sudan’s Bashir Won’t Seek Another Presidential Term; House OKs $61 Billion in Cuts; Planned Parenthood, CPB Targeted; 80,000 Rally in Wisconsin to Save Collective Bargaining Rights; Barclays Bank Targeted in Tax Protest; U.S. Vetoes U.N. Resolution Calling Israeli Settlements Illegal; NATO Forces Accused of Killing 64 Afghan Civilians; Report: U.S. Drone Strikes Killed Just Two "High-Value" Targets in 2010; Pennsylvania Judge Convicted in Kids-for-Cash Scheme; U.S. Denies Visa to Palestinian Activist; Indymedia Mali Radio Station Goes Live

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Season 2011, Episode 37 Tuesday, February 22, 2011

S2011 E37

Feb 22, 2011
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Tuesday, February 22, 2011 Feb 22, 2011 2011/02/22 Headlines: U.N. Commissioner: Libyan Crackdown Amounts to Crime Against Humanity; Libyan Ambassador Accuses Gaddafi of Genocide; Obama Administration Criticized Over Response to Libyan Violence; U.S., Europe and Libya Relationship Strengthened through Corporate, Military Ties; Libya: Human Rights Watch Appeals to International Community for Response; Egyptian Prosecutor Freezes Former President’s Assets; Bahrain Releases Prisoners Amid Protests; Iran: Son of Opposition Leader Detained; Wisconsin Protests Continue as Governor Refuses Negotiation over Anti-Worker Bill; Billionaire Koch Brothers Helped Fund Wisconsin Governor Walker; American Detained in Pakistan is a CIA Operative Linked to Blackwater; U.S. News Outlets Knew about CIA Links, Kept Quiet at Government Request; Arrest Inflames U.S.-Pakistan Tensions; Gen. Petraeus Suggests Afghan Parents Intentionally Burned Children; Gulf Researchers Discover Dead Dolphins, Oil on Sea Floor; Detroit to Close Half of Public Schools, Privatize Services; Republican Funding Cuts Threaten Rural TV and Radio Stations; Chicago Set to Vote for New Mayor; New Zealand Earthquake Kills 65; <em>Democracy Now!’s</em> Juan Gonzalez Wins Second George Polk Award

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Season 2011, Episode 38 Wednesday, February 23, 2011

S2011 E38

Feb 23, 2011
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Wednesday, February 23, 2011 Feb 23, 2011 2011/02/23 Headlines: Gaddafi Issues Defiant Address; Death Toll Remains Unknown; U.N. Security Council Calls on Libya to End Violence; 2 Killed in Yemen Protests; Tens of Thousands Rally in Bahrain; U.S. Ignored Human Rights Abuses in Bahrain; Report: Admin Reviews Weapons Sales, Military Aid; Thousands Protest Anti-Union Bill in Ohio; Indiana Dems Flee State; Hundreds Protest Teacher Layoffs in Idaho; Georgia Measure Calls for Investigating Miscarriages; Pirates Kill 4 U.S. Hostages Near Somalia; Citizen's Arrest Attempted on Israeli FM in Belgium; Emanuel Elected Chicago Mayor; FBI Sued for Spying on California Mosque

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Season 2011, Episode 39 Thursday, February 24, 2011

S2011 E39

Feb 24, 2011
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Thursday, February 24, 2011 Feb 24, 2011 2011/02/24 Headlines: Libyan Forces Escalate Attacks on Uprising; U.N. Human Rights Chief Condemns Libya for "Crimes Against Humanity"; British Court OKs Assange Extradition to Sweden; Report: U.S. Army Ordered Psy-Ops to Sway Lawmakers on Backing Afghan War; Pro-Labor Protests Continue in Wisconsin, Ohio; Walker Pranked by Koch Impersonator; Indiana Deputy Attorney General Fired for Backing Armed Attacks on Demonstrators; Admin Withdraws Support for DOMA; Soldier Faces Court-Martial for Killing of Afghan Civilian; Report: U.S. Extremist Groups on the Rise; 2 Sentenced to Jail Terms in Beating of Mexican Immigrant

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Season 2011, Episode 40 Friday, February 25, 2011

S2011 E40

Feb 25, 2011
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Friday, February 25, 2011 Feb 25, 2011 2011/02/25 Headlines: U.N.: Thousands May Have Died in Libyan Crackdown; Protesters Plan Rally in Libyan Capital; U.N. Security Council, Rights Panel Holds Sessions on Libya; Wisconsin Assembly OKs Anti-Union Bill; Idaho Senate Advances Curbs on Teachers' Union; Thousands Join "Day of Rage" in Iraq; Pakistan Trial of CIA Operative Adjourns; Algeria Lifts State of Emergency; Foreign Student Arrested on Terror Charges; Indiana Senate OKs Anti-Immigrant Bill; Same-Sex Marriage Legalized in Hawaii, Advanced in Maryland

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Season 2011, Episode 41 Monday, February 28, 2011

S2011 E41

Feb 28, 2011
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Monday, February 28, 2011 Feb 28, 2011 2011/02/28 Headlines: Anti-Gaddafi Forces Close in on Tripoli; U.N.: Over 100,000 Flee Libya; Gaddafi's Son: "Everything is Peaceful" in Libya; Security Council Backs Libya Sanctions, War Crimes Probe; Over 100,000 Rally in Madison; Thousands Join Nationwide Protests; Providence School Teachers Warned of Layoffs; Governors Push Changes to Medicaid; Afghan Civilian Killings at Record Level; Mubarak Faces Travel Ban, Asset Freeze; McCain Praises Egyptian Revolution; Thousands Protest in Bahrain, Opposition Leader Returns; Protests Force Resignation of Tunisian Interim PM; Yemen to Unveil New Unity Gov't Amidst Unrest; 6 Reported Killed in Oman Protests; "Inside Job" Wins Best Documentary at Oscars

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Season 2011, Episode 42 Tuesday, March 01, 2011

S2011 E42

Mar 1, 2011
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Tuesday, March 01, 2011 Mar 1, 2011 2011/03/01 Headlines: Libyan Regime Attacks Rebel-Held Towns; U.S. Deploys Naval, Air Forces Near Libya; 100,000 Flee Libya, Death Toll Remains Unknown; Protests Shut Out of Wisconsin Capitol; Ohio Lawmakers to Vote on Anti-Union Bill; Obama Urges Support for Public Unions; Polls: Majority Supports Collective Bargaining; Walker Would Lose Election Re-Do; Report: GOP Budget Plan Would Eliminate 700,000 Jobs; Trial for Environmental Activist Opens in Utah; Massey Security Chief Charged with Obstructing Blast Probe; Gov't Issues First Gulf Deepwater Drilling Permit Since Moratorium; Immokalee Workers Launch 5-City Protest; Pro-Democracy Protests Spread to Oman Capital; 29 Killed in Iraq Clashes; 300 Arrested in Sweep Targeting Dissidents

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Season 2011, Episode 43 Wednesday, March 02, 2011

S2011 E43

Mar 2, 2011
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Wednesday, March 02, 2011 Mar 2, 2011 2011/03/02 Headlines: Thousands Protest Anti-Union Bill in Ohio; Wisconsin Gov. Proposes Drastic Spending Cuts to Districts, Education; Gaddafi Forces Launch New Attacks; U.S. Warships Head Toward Libya; Venezuela Accuses U.S. of "War Mongering"; U.N. Votes to Suspend Libya from Human Rights Council; Yemenis Protest Saleh in Largest Protests to Date; Thousands Join Anti-Gov't Protests in Iran; Pakistani Minister Who Opposed Blasphemy Laws Slain; House Avoids Shutdown with Short-Term Budget Measure; Supreme Court Rejects Privacy Rights for Corporations in FOIA Cases; Report: Tax Cuts Could Cost 19 States $5.3 Billion; Untreated Radioactive Wastewater from Hydrofracking Dumped in Rivers, Streams; Dems Urge Probe of Firms Linked to Chamber of Commerce

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Season 2011, Episode 44 Thursday, March 03, 2011

S2011 E44

Mar 3, 2011
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Thursday, March 03, 2011 Mar 3, 2011 2011/03/03 Headlines: U.S. Attacks Kills 9 Afghan Boys; Manning Faces 22 Additional Charges in WikiLeaks Case; Ohio Senate Advances Anti-Union Bill; Absent Wisconsin Dems Threatened with Fines; Gaddafi Forces Attack Opposition Strongholds; U.S. Inserts ICC Exemption into U.N. Libya Measure; Israeli Diplomat Resigns over "Wrong" Foreign Policy; 2 U.S. Airmen Slain in Germany; Pennsylvania Cuts 40,000 from Low-Income Insurance Program; Supreme Court: Church Can Protest Military Funerals; Issa Staffer Fired for Sharing Reporters' Emails; Newburgh 4 Prisoner: Money Motivated Involvement with Informant; Charges Dropped for Silent Protest at Clinton Speech; Musicians Urged to Donate Gaddafi Payments

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Season 2011, Episode 45 Friday, March 04, 2011

S2011 E45

Mar 4, 2011
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Friday, March 04, 2011 Mar 4, 2011 2011/03/04 Headlines: Fighting Continues in Libya; Checkpoints Expand in Tripoli; Obama Orders U.S. Military to be Prepared to Act in Libya; U.N.: Number of Refugees Leaving Libya Decreases; Egyptian Protesters Hail Selection of New Prime Minister; Four Protesters Die in Yemen; Saudi Protesters Demand Release of Shiite Leader; Thousands of Iraqis Protest in "Day of Regret"; Judge Orders Protesters to Leave Wisconsin Capitol; Lawyer: Bradley Manning Held Naked for Seven Hours; Assange: New Charges Against Manning "A Very Serious Matter"; Global Food Prices Hit New High; Seven Female Protesters Shot Dead in Ivory Coast; California Man Sues After FBI Places <span class="caps">GPS Device on Car; Hillary Clinton Praises Al Jazeera as "Real News"; UC Berkeley Students Take Over Administration Building

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Season 2011, Episode 46 Monday, March 07, 2011

S2011 E46

Mar 7, 2011
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Monday, March 07, 2011 Mar 7, 2011 2011/03/07 Headlines: Libya: Gaddafi Mounts Counter-Offensive, Hundreds of Thousands Flee; U.S. Senators Support No-Fly Zone, Defense Secretary Expresses Concern; Saudi Arabia Bans Public Protests; Global Unrest Causes Rise in Oil Prices, U.S. Considers Tapping Reserves; As Unemployment Rate Falls, New Jobs Pay Less; White House Chief of Staff Avoids Calling for Wall Street Arrests; Thousands Continue Protests in Wisconsin; Budget Cuts and Threats to Unions Prompt Nationwide Protests; Karzai Rejects U.S. Apology for Killing Children as Hundreds Protest; Egyptian Protesters Overrun Secret Police Headquarters, Seize Evidence of Torture; Israeli Jets Level University Buildings in Gaza; Greece: Nearly 100 Hunger Strike Migrants Hospitalized; Forced Nudity Continues for WikiLeaks Suspect, Comparison Drawn to Abu Ghraib; China Begins Violent Crackdown on Dissidents and Journalists; Fatal Attack on California Sikhs May Have Been a Hate Crime; Religious Leaders Support Return of Aristide to Haiti; Natural Gas Companies Halt Operations Following Link to Earthquakes

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Season 2011, Episode 47 Tuesday, March 08, 2011

S2011 E47

Mar 8, 2011
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Tuesday, March 08, 2011 Mar 8, 2011 2011/03/08 Headlines: Obama Orders Guantánamo Tribunals to Resume; U.N.: 1 Million Trapped in Libya, Need Emergency Aid; Conflicting Reports Emerge over Gaddafi Offer to Step Down; Momentum Grows for No-Fly Zone over Libya; Report: U.S. Develops Secret Plan to Arm Libyan Rebels; Iraq Orders Closing of Political Offices Tied to Protests; 200 Jordanian Journalists Stage Protest; Egypt Orders Arrest of 47 State Security Officers; 2,000 Yemeni Prisoners Revolt; Activists Shut Down Bank of America Branch in D.C. in Tax Protest; Tom Cruise Cited for Dodging Property Taxes in Colorado; Video: Sen. Brown Seeks More Funds from David Koch; Hearings on Muslim Radicalization Decried as a New McCarthyism; Iraqi American Filmmaker Beaten in Iowa; U.S. Judge Sides with Chevron in Ecuador Case; 25 Die in Car Bombing in Pakistan; Report: 19,000 Private Security Personnel in Afghanistan; Israel May Seek Another $20 Billion in Military Aid from U.S.

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Season 2011, Episode 48 Wednesday, March 09, 2011

S2011 E48

Mar 9, 2011
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Wednesday, March 09, 2011 Mar 9, 2011 2011/03/09 Headlines: Libyan Gov't Claims Control of Rebel-Held Zawiyah; U.S., U.K. Agree on Military Options; Idaho Assembly OKs Bill to Curb Teachers' Unions; Pro-Worker Rallies Held in 6 States; Emails: Walker Offered Concessions on Anti-Union Bill; 2010 Deadliest Year for Civilians in Afghan War; Dozens Killed in Pakistan Bombings; Yemeni Police Attack Protesters in Sana'a; 11 Killed in Religious Clashes in Egypt; Amnesty: Video Shows Torture of Slain Egyptian Prisoners; International Women's Day Protests, Events Held Worldwide; Syrian Dissident, Attorney Released from Prison; ICJ Rules on Nicaragua, Costa Rica Dispute; Muslim Group Criticizes "Radicalization" Hearings; NPR Exec Resigns Following Right-Wing Video Sting

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Season 2011, Episode 49 Thursday, March 10, 2011

S2011 E49

Mar 10, 2011
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Thursday, March 10, 2011 Mar 10, 2011 2011/03/10 Headlines: Thousands Protest as Wisconsin GOP Advances Anti-Union Bill in State Senate; Clashes Continue in Libya; Toll for East Estimated at 400; BBC News Crew Detained, Beaten by Libyan Forces; Egyptian Protesters Attacked; ElBaradei Explores Presidential Bid; Yemeni President Proposes Referendum on New Constitution; Dalai Lama Steps Down as Tibet's Political Leader; Illinois Abolishes Death Penalty; NPR <span class="caps">CEO Resigns Over Video Controversy; Loughner Pleads Not Guilty, Hearing Set for May; Two-Thirds of States Have Cut Mental Health Services; Former U.S. Soldier Charged in Failed MLK Day Bombing; House Panel Orders Legal Defense of DOMA; Robert Scheer, City Limits Named Izzy Award Recipients

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Season 2011, Episode 50 Friday, March 11, 2011

S2011 E50

Mar 11, 2011
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Friday, March 11, 2011 Mar 11, 2011 2011/03/11 Headlines: 8.9 Earthquake Triggers Devastating Tsunami in Japan; Walker to Sign Anti-Union Bill Following Assembly Passage; Thousands Rally Against Anti-Union Effort in Indiana; Dozens Protest Emergency Management Bill in Detroit; Gaddafi Forces Seize Momentum in Ongoing Clashes; Gates: NATO Planning for "All Military Options" in Libya; U.S. to Send Aid Team to Libya, Meet Opposition Leaders; Clinton to Visit Tunisia, Egypt; 2 Journalists Missing in Libya Following Arrests; Saudi Police Fire on Peaceful Demonstration; Yemenis Stage Massive Anti-Gov't Protest; Relative of Afghan President Killed in U.S. Raid; Rep. King Opens Hearings on Muslim "Radicalization" in U.S.; House Panel Votes to Bar EPA from Regulating Greenhouse Gas Emissions; Killing of U.S. Journalist Among Cases Reopened in Mexico

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Season 2011, Episode 51 Monday, March 14, 2011

S2011 E51

Mar 14, 2011
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Monday, March 14, 2011 Mar 14, 2011 2011/03/14 Headlines: Japan: Estimated Death Toll Reaches 10,000 Amid Fears of Nuclear Meltdown; Wisconsin Sees Largest Protests Ever Following Passage of Anti-Union Bill; Gov. Walker Hopes Wisconsin Bill Will Inspire Legislation; Labor Protests Spread Throughout the Country; Libya: Pro-Gaddafi Forces Push Back Against Rebels; Gulf Nations Send Troops to Bahrain in Effort to Quell Protests; Yemen Security Forces Kill Peaceful Protesters; Jewish Settlers Murdered in West Bank; Israel Approves More Homes; U.S. Official Resigns After Criticizing Treatment of Bradley Manning; Judge: U.S. Gov’t May Access Twitter Info in WikiLeaks Investigation; Nuclear Crisis in Japan Sparks Global Protests; Unemployment Rate for Iraq, Afghanistan Vets Over 20 Percent; Arrest Made in Calif. Mosque Vandalism, Planned Parenthood Firebombing; Michele Bachmann Travels to New Hampshire, Confuses Basic U.S. History

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Season 2011, Episode 52 Tuesday, March 15, 2011

S2011 E52

Mar 15, 2011
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Tuesday, March 15, 2011 Mar 15, 2011 2011/03/15 Headlines: Japan Faces Nuclear Crisis After Third Explosion at Plant; Radiation Leaks Force Over 70,000 to Evacuate; Thousands of Bodies Wash Up on Japan’s Shore; Germany Shuts Down Nuclear Reactors Following Japan Disaster; Bahrain Declares State of Emergency; Saudi Forces Arrive to Quell Protests; Libya: Pro-Gaddafi Forces Close in on Rebels as No-Fly Zone Debate Persists; Young People Lead Massive Protests in Palestine; Bradley Manning’s Father Speaks Out Against Son’s Treatment; Major Papers Join Former U.S. Spokesman in Decrying Manning’s Prison Conditions; Aristide to Return to Haiti Before Elections Despite U.S. Wishes; Wisconsin Dems Still Held in Contempt, Votes Not Counted or Recorded; Iowa Considers Bill to Criminalize Undercover Videos at Farms; Guatemalans Intentionally Infected with Diseases Sue U.S. Government; Sen. Al Franken: Violations of Net Neutrality Should Be a Crime; Survey: Many U.S. Millionaires Do Not Consider Themselves Rich

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Season 2011, Episode 53 Wednesday, March 16, 2011

S2011 E53

Mar 16, 2011
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Wednesday, March 16, 2011 Mar 16, 2011 2011/03/16 Headlines: Japan Races to Cool Reactors as Radiation Fears Grow; Reactor Model Faulted for Safety Concerns; Quake, Tsunami Toll Tops 11,000; Bahraini Forces Attack Protesters in Manama; Egyptian Youth Groups Refuse to Meet Clinton over Mubarak Support; U.S. Air Strike Kills 2 Afghan Children; Petraeus Suggests Long-Term U.S. Military Presence; Gaddafi Forces Advance on Benghazi; Michigan Lawmakers Approve Emergency Management Bill; Hundreds Protest Anti-Teacher Bill in Tennessee; Uzbekistan Expels Human Rights Watch; Utah Enacts Anti-Immigrant Bill; Report: U.S. Deploys Drones in Mexico

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Season 2011, Episode 54 Thursday, March 17, 2011

S2011 E54

Mar 17, 2011
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Thursday, March 17, 2011 Mar 17, 2011 2011/03/17 Headlines: Japan Dumps Water on Reactor; Radiation Levels Rise; Deaths, Arrests in Bahraini Protest Crackdown; Thousands Protest as Michigan Enacts Emergency Management Laws; Wisconsin Prosecutor Challenges Anti-Worker Bill; Florida Advances Restrictions on Teachers; CIA Agent Accused of Murder Freed in Pakistan; Hundreds Protest Clinton in Tunisia; Clinton Visits Tahrir Square; Won't Stay on Past 2012; Palestinian Factions to Hold Unity Talks; Study: 800,000 to Contract Cholera in Haiti; EPA to Regulate Coal Power Plant Emissions; Former Chicago Police Commander Begins Prison Term

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Season 2011, Episode 55 Friday, March 18, 2011

S2011 E55

Mar 18, 2011
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Friday, March 18, 2011 Mar 18, 2011 2011/03/18 Headlines: Japan Raises Nuclear Alert; Burying of Reactors Mulled; Up to 40 Pakistani Civilians Killed in U.S. Drone Strike; Pakistanis Protest Release of CIA Agent; Libya Declares Ceasefire After U.N. Authorizes No-Fly Zone; Bahrain Arrests Opposition Leaders, Clears Protest Encampment; Aristide Set for Haiti Return; House Passes Bill to De-Fund NPR; U.S. Denies Travel Visa to Afghan Activist; U.S. Develops Social Media Propaganda Software

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Season 2011, Episode 56 Monday, March 21, 2011

S2011 E56

Mar 21, 2011
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Monday, March 21, 2011 Mar 21, 2011 2011/03/21 Headlines: Japanese Death Toll to Top 18,000; Food &amp; Water Supplies Contaminated; U.S. &amp; Allies Begin Bombing of Libya to Enforce No-Fly Zone; Yemeni Generals and Officials Defect After Killing of 35 Protesters; Thousands Protest in Syria; Egyptians Approve Constitutional Referendum; Leaked Photos Show U.S. Soldiers Posing with Dead Afghan Civilians; Over 130 Arrested at Iraq War and Bradley Manning Protests; Wisconsin Judge Blocks Union-Busting Bill; Israeli Military Intelligence Targets Foreign Activist Groups; Haitian Vote Held as Aristide Returns from Exile; U.N. Warns about Crimes Against Humanity in Ivory Coast; Thousands Protest in Senegal; Obama Kicks Off Latin American Tour; AT&amp;T to Buy T-Mobile for $39 Billion; Newspaper Guild Calls for Boycott of Huffington Post

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Season 2011, Episode 57 Tuesday, March 22, 2011

S2011 E57

Mar 22, 2011
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Tuesday, March 22, 2011 Mar 22, 2011 2011/03/22 Headlines: U.S. Warplane Goes Down in Libya as Air Campaign Enters Fourth Day; International Community Divided on Libya Intervention, Obama Defends Use of Force; Four Children Killed as Pro-Gaddafi Forces Continue Attacks; Obama Criticized for Failing to Consult Congress on Libya Attacks; Over a Dozen Journalists Unaccounted for in Libya; Storage Pool in Japan Nuclear Facility Nears Boiling Point; NRC Extends Vermont Nuclear Plant License by 20 Years; Earthquake-Prone Chile Signs Nuclear Plant Agreement with U.S.; Obama Praises Chilean History of Transition, No Apology for U.S.-Backed Dictatorship; Israel Launches Attacks on Gaza Injuring 20, Including 7 Children; U.N. Investigator Accuses Israel of “Ethnic Cleansing”; Former Israeli President to Serve Seven Years Following Rape Conviction; Ivory Coast: Thousands Offer to Join Army as Fears of Civil War Grow; Court OKs to Challenge Bush-Era Warrantless Wiretapping Amendment; First Deepwater Oil Exploration Project Approved Since BP Spill; FBI Ordered to Preserve Evidence in Judi Bari Bombing Case

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Season 2011, Episode 58 Wednesday, March 23, 2011

S2011 E58

Mar 23, 2011
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Wednesday, March 23, 2011 Mar 23, 2011 2011/03/23 Headlines: Gaddafi Forces Attack Rebels Amidst U.S.-Led Strikes; Obama: U.S. to Scale Back Libya Role; Libyan Forces Release 3 Journalists; Japan Warns Residents over Radiation Levels in Food, Water; Saleh Warns of "Civil War" as Opposition Calls for Immediate Departure; U.S. Continues Muted Criticism of Yemeni Crackdown; Syrian Forces Killed 6 Protesters; Israel Warns of Gaza Assault, Kills 4 Palestinian Civilians; Obama Ends Latin America Tour, Visits Tomb of Slain Archbishop Romero; Federal Judge Rules Against Google Library Deal; South Dakota Enacts 72-Hour Wait for Abortions; Detroit Population Hits Lowest Point in 100 Years

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Season 2011, Episode 59 Thursday, March 24, 2011

S2011 E59

Mar 24, 2011
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Thursday, March 24, 2011 Mar 24, 2011 2011/03/24 Headlines: Civilian Toll Mounts in Libya; Gaddafi Forces Attack Misurata; Japan Faces Water Fears over Radiation; Death Toll Rises in Syrian Crackdown; Israeli Strikes Hit Gaza After Bombing in Jerusalem; Obama Admin Takes Differing Stance on Killings of Israeli, Palestinian Civilians; Saleh Adopts Sweeping Emergency Powers to Quell Protests; U.S. Soldier Sentenced to 24 Years for Afghan Killings; Appeals Court Maintains California Gay Marriage Ban; Lesbian Couple Wins Halt to Deportation Effort; GOP Measure Would Deny Food Stamps for Striking Employees; Civil Rights Attorney Leonard Weinglass Dies at 78

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Season 2011, Episode 60 Friday, March 25, 2011

S2011 E60

Mar 25, 2011
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Friday, March 25, 2011 Mar 25, 2011 2011/03/25 Headlines: Japan Toll Passes 10,000; Leak at Reactor Core Probed; Quarter of U.S. Nuclear Plants Fail to Report Defects; NATO to Enforce Libya No-Fly Zone; U.N.: Libya in Breach of Ceasefire; Libyan Rebels Seek International Military Aid; Gaddafi Regime: Civilian Casualties in U.S.-Led Air Strikes; Syria Gov't Pledges Reforms, But Protests Grow; Hundreds of Thousands Rally in Yemen; Protesters Launch Tent Camp in Jordan; 2 Afghan Civilians Killed in U.S. Attack; Wisconsin State Supreme Court to Rule on Anti-Union Bill Challenge; Indiana Prosecutor Resigns for Advising Staged Attack; Restrictive Voter ID Bills Advance in Ohio, Texas; Thousands Protest Georgia Immigration Bill; U.S. Reverses Visa Denial to Afghan Activist

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Season 2011, Episode 61 Monday, March 28, 2011

S2011 E61

Mar 28, 2011
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Monday, March 28, 2011 Mar 28, 2011 2011/03/28 Headlines: Radiation at Japan Nuclear Plant Reaches New High; Greenpeace Urges Japan Government to Extend Evacuation Zone; Green Party Claims Major Win in Germany, Poised for Showdown to Close Nuclear Reactors; Anti-Nuclear Activists Commemorate 32nd Anniversary of Three Mile Island Disaster; Libya: Momentum Shifts in Rebels’ Favor as Allied Air Strikes Persist; Pro-Gaddafi Forces Accused of Using Rape as War Strategy; Talks in Yemen Collapse as U.S. Expresses Concern over Terrorist Threat; Yemen: Ammunition Factory Explodes in Deadly Blast; Syria Deploys Army Following Deadly Protest Clashes, Journalists Missing; Egypt to Lift Emergency Laws Before Election, Anti-Striking Law Draws Criticism; London: Hundreds of Thousands Protest Austerity Cuts; Solidarity Protest in Los Angeles Draws Thousands; Wisconsin Residents Unsure If Anti-Union Law Is in Effect; New York Slashes Budget for Education and Healthcare, Cuts Taxes on Rich; China, Iran, N. Korea, Yemen, U.S. Remain World’s Most Frequent Executioners; 1 Million Flee Ivory Coast as Country Verges on Civil War; TV Stations Fined for Airing Corporate-Sponsored Fake News; Former Congresswoman Geraldine Ferraro Dies at 75

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Season 2011, Episode 62 Tuesday, March 29, 2011

S2011 E62

Mar 29, 2011
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Tuesday, March 29, 2011 Mar 29, 2011 2011/03/29 Headlines: President Obama Defends Military Intervention in Libya; Obama Neglects Libyan Rebels’ Reliance on Firepower by Allied Forces; Clinton Meets with Libya Opposition Leader, U.S. Sending Envoy to Benghazi; Japan on "High Alert" as Plutonium Found in Soil, Radiation Worse than Three Mile Island; Researchers: Japan Radiation Leak 160,000 Times Larger than Three Mile Island; Japan Considers Nationalizing Tokyo Electric Power; U.S. Army Further Apologizes for New "Kill Team" Photos; Pakistan to Compensate Families of U.S. Drone Strike Victims; Ousted U.S. Government Spokesman Does Not Regret Manning Treatment Comments; Former Egyptian President Mubarak under House Arrest; Ouattara-Backed Forces Attack Town as Ivory Coast Conflict Intensifies; Sen. Bernie Sanders Denounces Corporate Tax Dodgers; Michigan Slashes Unemployment Benefits as Other States Follow Lead; Indiana: Democratic Lawmakers Return Following GOP Concessions on Anti-Union Bill; Wisconsin: Hearing Today to Determine Whether Anti-Union Bill Is In Effect; U.S. Senator DeMint Hopes Federal Employees Lose Collective Bargaining Rights; Supreme Court to Hear Mass Class Action Lawsuit from Female Walmart Employees; Supreme Court Dismisses Appeal of Georgia Death Row Prisoner Troy Davis; Sprint Urges Regulators to Block AT&amp;T, T-Mobile Buyout; Anti-Nuclear Activists Head to Prison for Entering Naval Base

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Season 2011, Episode 63 Wednesday, March 30, 2011

S2011 E63

Mar 30, 2011
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Wednesday, March 30, 2011 Mar 30, 2011 2011/03/30 Headlines: Gaddafi Forces Advance on Ras Lanuf; NATO Agrees to Continue Air Raids in Libya; Obama: U.S. Could Arm Libyan Rebels; NATO Commander: Troops Could Enter Libya; Libyan Woman Who Accused Gaddafi's Forces of Rape Remains Missing Following Arrest; Japan to Decommission 4 Stricken Reactors; 53 Killed in Iraq Attack; U.S. Forces Deployed; Assad Accepts Resignation of Syrian Government; Wisconsin Judge Reissues Order Freezing Anti-Union Law; Ohio House to Vote on Anti-Union Bill; Supreme Court Hears Wal-Mart Sex Discrimination Case; U.S. to Accept Green Card Bids from Same-Sex Couples; Gbagbo Forces Accused of Mass Killings in Abidjan; BP Execs Could Face Manslaughter Charges

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Season 2011, Episode 64 Thursday, March 31, 2011

S2011 E64

Mar 31, 2011
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Thursday, March 31, 2011 Mar 31, 2011 2011/03/31 Headlines: CIA Operating in Libya; Obama Authorized Rebel Arms Shipments; Libyan Foreign Minister Resigns Post; Gaddafi Troops Advance on Rebels; Libyan Infant Killed in U.S.-Led Air Strike; Former Nicaraguan Foreign Minister to Rep Libya at U.N.; U.N. Urges Japan to Widen Evacuation Zone; Ohio House Approves Anti-Union Bill; Walker Gov. Officials Defy Court Injunction to Implement Anti-Union Law; New York Assembly Approves Budget Amidst Protests; Obama Energy Plan Calls for Reducing Oil Imports, Affirms Nuclear Use; Assad Orders Review of Emergency Law, Blames "Foreign Conspiracy" for Unrest; Reuters Journalists Missing in Syria; Relatives, Friends of Detained Egyptian American in Syria Stage Cairo Protest; U.N. Backs Sanctions on Gbagbo; Egypt to Hold November Elections; Carter Calls for End to Cuba Embargo, Release of Prisoners; Organic Farmers, Dealers Sue Agri-Giant Monsanto over Patents

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Season 2011, Episode 65 Friday, April 01, 2011

S2011 E65

Apr 1, 2011
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Friday, April 01, 2011 Apr 1, 2011 2011/04/01 Headlines: Reports: Dozens of Civilian Casualties in Gaddafi, Western Attacks; U.S.: Despite Losses, Gaddafi Forces Remain Intact; Report: CIA Operatives Were in Libya Before Presidential Order; More Officials Leave Gaddafi Regime; U.N.: "Dramatic" Humanitarian Situation in Libya; Ohio Enacts Anti-Union Law, Opponents Seek Referendum; Wisconsin GOP Won't Enforce Anti-Union Law Following Injunction; NH, OK Lawmakers Advance Anti-Union Bills; Maine GOP Seeks Undoing of Child Labor Protections; GOP: No Deal Reached in Budget Showdown; USAID: <span class="caps">GOP Budget Cuts Would Kill 70,000 Children Worldwide; Residents Near Damaged Japanese Power Plant Told to Prepare for Lengthy Displacement; Gbagbo, Ouattara Forces Clash in Abidjan; Saleh Withdraws Offer to Step Down Amidst Ongoing Protests; 6 U.S. Troops Killed in Afghanistan; Whistleblower Sues California Nuclear Plant over Firing

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Season 2011, Episode 66 Monday, April 04, 2011

S2011 E66

Apr 4, 2011
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Monday, April 04, 2011 Apr 4, 2011 2011/04/04 Headlines: Japan to Release 11,000 Tons of Radioactive Water into Ocean; 800 Killed in Ivory Coast Town amid Humanitarian Crisis; Protests Spread in Afghanistan Following Koran Burning, Seven U.N. Employees Killed; Dozens Killed in Pakistan Shrine Bombing; Yemen Security Forces Kill 12 as U.S. Shifts Position to Support Presidential Ouster; Libya: Gaddafi Regime May Be Seeking Exit from Military Conflict; Syria Security Forces Kill 15, Egyptian American Released from Captivity; BP Seeks to Resume Offshore Drilling Amid Manslaughter Investigation; Owners of Exploded Oil Rig Award Executives for Safety Achievements; National Unemployment Rate Falls as People Leave Labor Force; President Obama Launches Re-Election Campaign; Famous Chinese Dissident Artist Goes Missing; Human Rights Group Says Thousands Missing in Mexico Since 2006; Over 1,000 Labor Rallies Planned on Anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr. Assassination

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Season 2011, Episode 67 Tuesday, April 05, 2011

S2011 E67

Apr 5, 2011
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Tuesday, April 05, 2011 Apr 5, 2011 2011/04/05 Headlines: 9/11 Suspects to be Tried Before Military Commission; GOP Proposes Sweeping Changes to Medicare &amp; Medicaid; Ivory Coast: Opposition and U.N. Forces Close in on Presidential Palace; Libyan Americans Investigated by FBI; Libya Rebels Reject Prospect of Colonel Gaddafi’s Son Taking Power; Libya Rebels Prepare to Export Oil to Raise War Funds; Thousands Protest in Yemen, Two Die in State Crackdown; Israel President Peres Visits Washington amid Construction of Illegal Settlements; Juliano Mer-Khamis of the Jenin Freedom Theatre Murdered in West Bank; Michel Martelly Wins Haiti Presidential Election; Authorities Investigate Massive Private Information Breach; Wisconsin Residents Cast Votes in Contested State Supreme Court Race; Wisconsin Gov. Walker Criticized for Hiring Son of Campaign Backer; Labor Rallies Sweep Nation Marking Anniversary of Martin Luther King Assassination; Thousands March on Offices of Anti-Union Koch Industries

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Season 2011, Episode 68 Wednesday, April 06, 2011

S2011 E68

Apr 6, 2011
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Wednesday, April 06, 2011 Apr 6, 2011 2011/04/06 Headlines: Radioactive Water Leak Plugged at Fukushima Plant; Tokyo Electric Power Proposed New Nuclear Reactors at Fukushima After Disaster; Libyan Rebels Criticize NATO Mission; Ouattara Forces Enter Gbagbo Residence; ICC Prosecutor Calls for Ivory Coast War Crimes Probe; Budget Talks at Impasse as Shutdown Looms; GOP Calls for $5.8T in Budget Cuts, Lower Taxes for Corporations and Top Earners; Wisconsin Holds Key Judicial Vote; GOP May Renew Anti-Union Legislation; U.S. Accused of Killing 6 Afghan Civilians; Saleh Forces Fire on Protesters; U.S. Calls for "Quick" Transition; Syrian Death Toll Rises to 173; Ecuador Expels U.S. Ambassador over WikiLeaks Cables; Petraeus in Rumored Bid to Head CIA; DNC Chair Taps Rep. Wasserman Shultz as New Chair; Supreme Court Stays Texas Execution; Texas Measure Would Force Schools to Promote Heterosexual Lifestyle; Study: African Americans Worse Off than in 2010

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Season 2011, Episode 69 Thursday, April 07, 2011

S2011 E69

Apr 7, 2011
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Thursday, April 07, 2011 Apr 7, 2011 2011/04/07 Headlines: NATO Widens Air Assault; Rebels Advance on Brega; U.S. Dismisses Gaddafi Letter to Obama; Hundreds Feared Dead After Boat Carrying Migrants Capsizes; Japan Could Widen Evacuation Zone; Reports: Gbagbo Forces Number Less than 1,000; Leaked Docs Show U.S. Regulators Doubt Nuclear Safety; Dems, GOP Claim Progress in Budget Talks; Wisconsin Judicial Challenger Claims Victory; Hundreds of Thousands Protest in Yemen; Afghan Official Says Talks Underway with Taliban; Gates Meets Saudi King Abdullah; Mexicans Protest Drug Violence Nationwide; Mass Graves Found; Israel Bombs Northern Gaza, Wounds Civilians; U.S. Resumes Deportations to Haiti

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Season 2011, Episode 70 Friday, April 08, 2011

S2011 E70

Apr 8, 2011
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Friday, April 08, 2011 Apr 8, 2011 2011/04/08 Headlines: Libyan Rebels Killed in NATO Attack; Foreign Journalists Detained in Libya; Aftershock Hits Japan; Radioactive Water Leaks at Onagawa Nuclear Power Plant; U.N. Warns of Mounting Ivory Coast Toll; GOP, Dems Narrow Budget Differences as Deadline Looms; Activists Decry Budget Cuts in Overnight Protest at Washington State Capitol; Incumbent Retakes Lead in Wisconsin Supreme Court Race; Thousands Rally for Reproductive Health in D.C.; Gates Talks Extended U.S. Occupation in Iraq; Israeli Military Kills 4 in Gaza, Arrests 100+ Women in West Bank Sweep; Palestinians Mourn Slain Arab-Israeli Actor and Activist; Thousands Rally in Egypt for Mubarak Prosecution; U.S., Colombia Agree to Labor Rights Provisions for Trade Deal; New York School Chief Resigns After Rocky Tenure

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Season 2011, Episode 71 Monday, April 11, 2011

S2011 E71

Apr 11, 2011
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Monday, April 11, 2011 Apr 11, 2011 2011/04/11 Headlines: One Month After Quake, Japan Expands Evacuation Zone, Tens of Thousands Dead, Missing; President Obama to Announce Deficit Plan, Healthcare Cuts, Tax Increases for Wealthy; Lawmakers Reach Budget Deal, $38 Billion Cut; Libya: NATO Increases Attacks on Gaddafi Forces, African Leaders Seek Peace Deal; Syrian Security Forces Clash with Protesters, Dozens Killed; Egypt Army Soldiers Attack Tahrir Square Killing Two Protesters; Bahrain: Police Raid Home of Prominent Human Rights Activist; United Arab Emirates Detains Three Activists; Ivory Coast: Helicopters Strike Gbagbo Residence, Ouattara Forces Accused of Atrocities; Israel Cracks Down on Gaza, 19 Killed; Iraqis Protest After U.S. Official Suggests Troops Could Remain in Country; U.S. Admits Running Secret Jails in Afghanistan; Worldwide Military Spending Reaches Record High; Leftist Wins First Round of Peru Presidential Elections; Indian Activist Ends Hunger Strike, Government Moves to Enact Anti-Corruption Bill; Wisconsin Supreme Court Race Headed for Recount amid Calls for Investigation; Thousands Protest Washington State Budget Plan; Dozens Arrested at White House School of the Americas Protest

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Season 2011, Episode 72 Tuesday, April 12, 2011

S2011 E72

Apr 12, 2011
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Tuesday, April 12, 2011 Apr 12, 2011 2011/04/12 Headlines: Radiation from Japan Nuclear Crisis “Could Eventually Exceed Chernobyl”; Ivory Coast Incumbent President Laurent Gbagbo Arrested; Libyan Rebels Reject African Ceasefire Proposal, France Calls for More Air Strikes; Egyptian Military Court Sentences Blogger to Three Years in Prison; 117 Syrian Protesters Detained on Monday; U.S. Servicemen Killed by Drone Strike in Afghanistan; Pakistan Calls on CIA, Special Operations Forces to Scale Back Mission; Obama Budget Targets Education, Labor, Health Programs; Washington, D.C. Mayor Arrested After Protesting Budget Proposal; Mitt Romney Announces Presidential Exploratory Committee; Court Upholds Ban on Elements of Arizona Immigration Law; Study: Natural Gas Drilling May Contribute More to Global Warming than Coal; U.S. Military Blocks U.N. Official from Seeing Bradley Manning; Israel: Netanyahu Considers Withdrawal from West Bank; Associated Press Plans Nationwide Rallies Against Benefits Cuts

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Season 2011, Episode 73 Wednesday, April 13, 2011

S2011 E73

Apr 13, 2011
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Wednesday, April 13, 2011 Apr 13, 2011 2011/04/13 Headlines: Japan Claims Radiation Levels Decreasing; Fukushima Residents Protest TEPCO; Egypt Detains Mubarak, Sons in Corruption Probe; Rebels Attend Libya Meeting in Qatar; Obama to Unveil Deficit Plan; Protests Continue in Yemen; 7 Killed in Clashes; Obama to Address Mideast Popular Uprisings; Detained Blogger Dies in Bahrain; Syrian Forces Raid Village, Arrest 200; Ivory Coast Generals Back Ouattara; Mass Grave Toll Grows in Mexico; Allende Family Requests Exhumation; Kansas Enacts New Abortion Restrictions

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Season 2011, Episode 74 Thursday, April 14, 2011

S2011 E74

Apr 14, 2011
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Thursday, April 14, 2011 Apr 14, 2011 2011/04/14 Headlines: Obama Unveils Deficit Reduction Plan; Lawmakers Fast to Oppose Budget Cuts; 23 Killed in Libyan Gov't Attack in Misurata; U.S. Continues Major Role in Libya Campaign; Pakistan Protests U.S. Drone Strikes; Regulators, Lenders Reach Deal on Foreclosure Cases; Senate Panel Cites Goldman for Securities Push; Thousands Protest Budget Cuts, Labor Curbs in Michigan; Wisconsin Teachers Suspended for Walkout; Syrian Protesters Block Road for Prisoners' Release; 6 Killed amid Massive Yemen Protests; U.N.: Palestinian Authority Ready for Palestinian State; Uruguayan Senate Votes to Annul Amnesty Law

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Season 2011, Episode 75 Friday, April 15, 2011

S2011 E75

Apr 15, 2011
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Friday, April 15, 2011 Apr 15, 2011 2011/04/15 Headlines: Congress Approves Budget Deal; CBO Cites Lower Savings; U.S., Allies Vow Libya Campaign Until Gaddafi's Ouster; Italian Peace Activist Slain in Gaza; Gaza Inquiry Panelists Challenge Chair's Recantation; Victims' Relatives Demand Extradition of Cuban Militant; Activists Denied Entry at BP Shareholders Meeting; Mass Graves Found in Iraq; Challenge to Wisconsin Anti-Union Law Dismissed; Walker Admits No Fiscal Benefit to Anti-Union Provision; Indian Activist Binayak Sen Ordered Freed on Bail

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Season 2011, Episode 76 Monday, April 18, 2011

S2011 E76

Apr 18, 2011
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Monday, April 18, 2011 Apr 18, 2011 2011/04/18 Headlines: Gaddafi Forces Accused of Firing Cluster Bombs; 17 Reportedly Killed in Attack on Misurata; TEPCO Seeks 9 Months to Repair Plant; Clinton Visits Japan; House Approves GOP Spending Bill; Report: Walker to Propose Emergency Management Bill; Michigan Emergency Managers Target Elected Officials, Teachers; Bid to Repeal Ohio Anti-Worker Law Approved; Study: Dangerous Chemicals Used in Natural Gas Fracking; Georgia Approves Anti-Immigrant Law; 13 Killed in Syria Crackdown on Protests; Cables: U.S. Funded Syrian Opposition; Yemeni Forces Fire on Demonstrators; Study: U.S. Drone Strikes in Pakistan Killed 957 in 2010; Slain Italian Peace Activist Honored in Occupied Territories; Cuba Marks 50th Anniversary of Bay of Pigs; Castro Backs Term Limits; Texas Psychologist Barred from Death Row Evaluations; OECD: U.S. Has Highest Incarceration Rate, 9th Worst on Social Spending; 43 Killed in Hundreds of U.S. Tornadoes

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Season 2011, Episode 77 Tuesday, April 19, 2011

S2011 E77

Apr 19, 2011
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Tuesday, April 19, 2011 Apr 19, 2011 2011/04/19 Headlines: E.U. Considers Sending Ground Troops into Libya; Tear Gas Grenades Thrown into Home of Bahraini Activist; Exposed: Link Between British Oil Firms and Invasion of Iraq; Supreme Court Rejects Appeal from Uyghurs at Guantánamo; WikiLeaks: U.S. Tried to Stymie U.N. Probe of Israeli War Crimes in Gaza; Fidel Castro Steps Down from Party Leadership; Michigan City Takeover Plan Criticized as Attack on Democracy; U.S. Firms Shipped Millions of Jobs Overseas in 2000s; Income for Nation's Wealthy Soars as Tax Rate Falls; Nuclear Plant Protester Killed in India; Jonathan Reelected in Nigeria; Deadly Rioting in North; Ex-General Linked to Abu Ghraib Abuses Considers Senate Run; Pentagon Probe Clears McChrystal; Magazine Defends Reporting; 21 Arrested at Interior Department Sit-In; Thousands of Climate Activists Protest Outside White House; Obama to Climate Activists: "Push the Envelope"; Obama Admin &amp; Power Companies Aim to Block Global Warming Lawsuit; Pulitzer Prize Awarded to Online Series on Wall Street

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Season 2011, Episode 78 Wednesday, April 20, 2011

S2011 E78

Apr 20, 2011
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Wednesday, April 20, 2011 Apr 20, 2011 2011/04/20 Headlines: France, Britain Plan to Send Troops to Libya; Syria Ends Emergency Rule amid Violent Crackdown; Japan Considers Banning Residents from Area Near Damaged Nuclear Plant; Plans to Build New Nuclear Reactors in Texas Abandoned; Bradley Manning Moved to Ft. Leavenworth Prison; Obama Backs Lifting Cap on Social Security Taxes; Michigan Pension Boards Sue Governor Rick Snyder over New Law; Human Rights Watch: International Community Ignores Saudi Crackdown on Dissidents; Report: 846 Egyptian Civilians Killed in Uprising; Yemen: U.N. Fails to Agree to Act amid Continuing Violence; Two Militants Suspected in Italian Activist Murder Killed in Hamas Raid; U.S. Approves First Offshore Wind Farm; Three Texas Kindergarten Students Hurt in Gun Accident

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Season 2011, Episode 79 Thursday, April 21, 2011

S2011 E79

Apr 21, 2011
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Thursday, April 21, 2011 Apr 21, 2011 2011/04/21 Headlines: Obama Administration Announces $25 Million in Aid to Libyan Rebels; United Nations Urges Caution in Libya Mission; Libya Mortar Attacks Kill 10 Civilians, Including 2 Photojournalists; Bahrain Begins Secret Military Trial Against Human Rights Activist; Iraqi Cleric Denounces Ban on Public Gatherings as "Un-Democratic"; Egypt to Remove Mubarak Name from Public Places; U.N. Warns World to Prepare for More Nuclear Accidents; Thousands of Gallons of Toxic Fluid Released in Natural Gas Well Blowout; Labor Board Rules Boeing Moved Plant to Retaliate Against Union Workers; BP Sues Owner of Failed Rig to Win Back Money; IPhone Designed to Secretly Track Location of Users; President Obama Holds Town Hall at Facebook Headquarters; Wisconsin Supreme Court Candidate Calls for Statewide Election Recount; Australia Asylum Seekers Set Fire to Immigration Detention Center

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Season 2011, Episode 80 Friday, April 22, 2011

S2011 E80

Apr 22, 2011
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Friday, April 22, 2011 Apr 22, 2011 2011/04/22 Headlines: U.S. Deploys Armed Drones to Libya; Admiral Mullen: Conflict in Libya at a "Stalemate"; U.S. &amp; Iraq in Secret Talks to Keep 10,000 U.S. Troops in Iraq; Curfew Imposed in Mosul After Two Weeks of Protests; Syrian Protests Call for Downfall of Regime; Bahrain Detains at Least 32 Doctors; U.S. Drone Strike Kills 25 in Pakistan; Suspects in Pakistani Rape Case Freed; Martelly Calls for Rebuilding of Haitian Army; Israeli Academics Call for Creation of Palestinian State; Obama Orders Federal Probe of Gas Prices; Chesapeake Energy Suspends Hydraulic Fracturing in Pennsylvania; Sen. Ensign of Nevada to Resign; Supporters of Bradley Manning Disrupt Obama Speech

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Season 2011, Episode 81 Monday, April 25, 2011

S2011 E81

Apr 25, 2011
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Monday, April 25, 2011 Apr 25, 2011 2011/04/25 Headlines: WikiLeaks Documents Reveal Over 150 Innocent Men Knowingly Held at Guantánamo; Yemen President Accepts Plan to Step Down, Security Forces Continue Crackdown; Syria Deploys Troops and Tanks in Continuing Crackdown, 20 Killed, Border Sealed; NATO Bombs Gaddafi Compound Injuring Dozens, U.S. Senators Call for Escalation of Mission; Iraq: Thousands Protest Extended U.S. Occupation; U.S. Federal Court Reinstates Case Against Blackwater Guards in Iraq Massacre; 500 Prisoners Escape Prison in Afghanistan; Japan: Damaged Nuclear Plant Released More Radioactive Material than Previously Estimated; Thousands Call for Nuclear Moratorium; Eleven Women Arrested in Vermont Nuclear Plant Protest; Pakistan: NATO Supply Route Blocked by Drone Strike Protesters; Dozens Arrested in U.S. Anti-Drone Protest; Human Rights Groups Estimate 500 Killed, 65,000 Displaced in Nigeria; Rep. Markey Calls for Probe into iPhone Location Tracking Technology; Obama: WikiLeaks Suspect Broke Law, Dismisses Similarity to Daniel Ellsberg; Bluegrass Singer Hazel Dickens Dies at 75

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Season 2011, Episode 82 Tuesday, April 26, 2011

S2011 E82

Apr 26, 2011
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Tuesday, April 26, 2011 Apr 26, 2011 2011/04/26 Headlines: Syrian Security Forces Kill 23; Detain 500; Italy Plans to Bomb Libya as Gaddafi Forces Continue to Shell Besieged City of Misurata; NATO Forces Kill Senior al-Qaeda Leader; Taliban Claims Responsibility for Afghanistan Prison Break; U.N.: Sri Lanka Committed War Crimes in 2009 Assault; White House Criticizes News Organizations for Release of Guantánamo Files; Rising Food Prices Could Push 60 Million Asians into Extreme Poverty; Amnesty Criticizes Plan to Demolish Slum Homes in Brazil for Olympics; Ron Paul Forms Exploratory Committee; Barbour Won’t Run in 2012; Arizona, South Dakota to be Sued over Secret Union Elections Law; iPhone Users Sue Apple over Secret Tracking Technology; Texas City Residents Ordered to Stay Inside After Oil Refineries Lose Power; Immigrant Rights Group Calls on New York Governor to Extend Pardon Panel; Law Firm Backs Out from Defending Defense of Marriage Act; Activists Call on Prince William, Kate Middleton to Support Gay Marriage

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Season 2011, Episode 83 Wednesday, April 27, 2011

S2011 E83

Apr 27, 2011
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Wednesday, April 27, 2011 Apr 27, 2011 2011/04/27 Headlines: Eight NATO Troops Killed by Afghan Air Force Pilot; Pakistan Discourages Afghan President from Partnering with United States; Panetta to be Next Defense Secretary, Gen. Petraeus to Head CIA; NATO Plans to Escalate Libya Strikes on Gaddafi Facilities; Russian Condemns NATO Attack of Gaddafi’s Compound; Syria Crackdown Continues as Government Deploys Thousands of Police, Tanks; Obama Meets With UAE Crown Prince Despite Human Rights Criticisms; Rep. Ryan Faces Angry Constituents in Wisconsin over Plan to Privatize Medicare; Report: Major Banks Profited from Bailout; BP Reports $7 Billion Profit amid Rising Gas Prices; Vermont Senate OKs Single-Payer Healthcare System; Justice Dept. Drops Investigation of Domestic Wiretapping Whistleblower; Guantánamo Doctors, Psychologists Concealed Evidence of Harm, Torture; Guantánamo Attorneys Barred from Accessing, Discussing WikiLeaks Files; Oklahoma Bill: Manufacturing Hashish Could Land You Life in Prison; Tucson Ethnic Studies Students Shut Down School Board Meeting; Massive Internet Hack Targets 77 Million Sony PlayStation Users

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Season 2011, Episode 84 Thursday, April 28, 2011

S2011 E84

Apr 28, 2011
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Thursday, April 28, 2011 Apr 28, 2011 2011/04/28 Headlines: Storms Kill 178 in Southern U.S.; Palestinian Factions Reach Unity Deal; NATO Strike Kills 12 Libyan Rebels; Syrian Forces Raid Daraa; U.N. Resolution Fails; 12 Reported Dead as Yemen Forces Attack Protest; Bahrain Protesters Sentenced to Death; Tibetans Elect New Political Leader; White House Releases Obama's Birth Certificate; Trump: "Very Proud of Myself" for Obama Birth Certificate Disclosure; Obama Addresses Wall Street Donors; Indiana, Florida Lawmakers OK Anti-Abortion Bills; Supreme Court Strikes Blow to Class Actions

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Season 2011, Episode 85 Friday, April 29, 2011

S2011 E85

Apr 29, 2011
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Friday, April 29, 2011 Apr 29, 2011 2011/04/29 Headlines: Storm Toll Nears 300; State of Emergency Declared in Alabama; Tunisian, Gaddafi Forces Clash in Border Town; Obama Unveils New Picks for Military, CIA; Carter: U.S. Denial of Aid to North Korea a "Human Rights Violation"; Palestinian Civilians Wounded in Israeli Attack on Gaza; Egypt to Unseal Rafah Border Crossing; Exxon, Shell See Profit Hikes; Venezuela Unveils Oil Windfall Tax; Bradley Manning Cleared for End to Solitary Confinement; California Gov. Brown Cancels New Death Row at San Quentin; Massachusetts House Advances Collective Bargaining Curbs on Public Workers; FTC Unveils Voluntary Guidelines for Children's Food Products; Rutgers Students End Sit-In Protesting Tuition Hike

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Season 2011, Episode 86 Monday, May 02, 2011

S2011 E86

May 2, 2011
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Monday, May 02, 2011 May 2, 2011 2011/05/02 Headlines: U.S. Forces Kill Osama bin Laden in Pakistan; Eleven People Killed as Taliban Announces Spring Offensive in Afghanistan; Libya: Son of Gaddafi Killed in NATO Strike, Preschool for Down Syndrome Children Bombed; Scores Killed in Syrian Security Crackdown, Hundreds Arrested in House Raids; Yemen President Ali Abdullah Saleh Refuses to Sign Resignation Deal; Israel Withholds $90 Million in Tax Revenue Owed to Palestinian Authority; Left-Leaning Party Threatens Conservative Power in Canadian Election; U.S. Tornado Death Toll Tops 350; Thousands Call for Immigrant and Labor Rights in Nationwide May Day Protests; Egypt Celebrates International Workers’ Day for First Time Since 1952; San Francisco Newspaper Accuses Obama Administration of Intimidation; Militant Cuban Exile Orlando Bosch Dies at 84

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Season 2011, Episode 87 Tuesday, May 03, 2011

S2011 E87

May 3, 2011
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Tuesday, May 03, 2011 May 3, 2011 2011/05/03 Headlines: Obama Urged to Rethink Pakistan Following Assassination of bin Laden; Turkish Prime Minister Calls for Gaddafi to Step Down; Syrian Intellectuals, Activists Go into Hiding as Security Forces Crack Down; AFL-<span class="caps">CIO Urges Obama Administration to Suspend Pact with Bahrain; United Arab Emirates Shuts Down Teachers’ Association Board of Directors; Ousted Egyptian President Faces Potential Death Penalty; Egypt Activists Call for Social Reforms; Palestinian Factions Sign Deal, Israel Withholds Millions in Funds as Punishment; Canada: Conservative Party Wins Parliament Majority, NDP Becomes Opposition Party; Japan Parents Deliver Radioactive Playground Dirt to Protest High Radiation Levels; U.K. Police Arrest Five on Terror Suspicion Near Nuke Plant; Google Offices Raided in South Korea; Sony Reports Second Information Breach, 25 Million More Customers’ Information Hacked; 360 People Missing Following Alabama Tornadoes, Scientists Link Storms to Global Warming; Honduras Drops Charges against Ousted President Zelaya; Vermont Protesters Rally to Support Single-Payer Healthcare; Vandals Deface Maine Mosque; Correction: Leonard Weinglass Memorial Service, Friday May 13

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Season 2011, Episode 88 Wednesday, May 04, 2011

S2011 E88

May 4, 2011
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Wednesday, May 04, 2011 May 4, 2011 2011/05/04 Headlines: U.S.: Bin Laden Unarmed in Deadly Raid; Pakistan Criticizes U.S. Raid; Bush Rejects Obama Invite to Ground Zero; U.N.: 40,000 Flee Western Mountains in Libya; ICC Prosecutor Claims Evidence of War Crimes by Gaddafi Forces; Palestinian Factions Sign Unity Deal in Egypt; 9 Killed in Iraq Bombing; Bahrain to Try Medical Workers who Treated Injured Protesters; Report: 200,000 Political Prisoners in North Korea Camps; BP to Pay $25M to Settle Alaska Spill Charges; Firm Accused of Spying on Customers with Leased Computer; Groups File Suit over Utah Immigration Law; Report: Global Warming Threatens Dramatic Sea Rise

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Season 2011, Episode 89 Thursday, May 05, 2011

S2011 E89

May 5, 2011
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Thursday, May 05, 2011 May 5, 2011 2011/05/05 Headlines: Obama: U.S. Won't Release Bin Laden Photos; Pakistan Claims It Warned CIA of Bin Laden Compound; American Indian Groups Seek U.S. Apology for Labeling Bin Laden "Geronimo"; Gaddafi Forces Attack Aid Ship; ICC Prosecutor Unveils Plan for Libya Warrants; Obama Admin to Propose Lower Corporate Tax Rate; U.S. House OKs Anti-Abortion Bill; Illinois Drops Out of "Secure Communities" Program; Palestinian Factions Sign Unity Deal in Egypt; Israel: Unity Deal a "Blow to Peace"; Syria Extends Crackdown to Damascus Suburb; Thousands Protest Saleh in Yemen; Workers Re-Enter Fukushima Nuclear Plant in Japan; Ashcroft Hired as Blackwater "Ethics" Director

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Season 2011, Episode 90 Friday, May 06, 2011

S2011 E90

May 6, 2011
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Friday, May 06, 2011 May 6, 2011 2011/05/06 Headlines: Pakistan Military Threatens to Review U.S. Ties; 8 Killed in U.S. Drone Attack in Pakistan; U.S.: Bin Laden Plotted Rail Attack on 9/11 Anniversary; Obama Visits Ground Zero, Firefighters; U.N.: Libyan Food System Faces Collapse; International Loans Approved for Libyan Rebels; Syrian Forces Fire on Protesters After Mass Arrests; Vermont House Approves Single-Payer Healthcare Bill; N.H. Lawmakers Advance Anti-Union Bill; House OKs Resumption of Offshore Drilling Leases; SEC Subpoenas JPMorgan in Mortgage Probe; Obama Urges Activism on Immigration Reform; Mexicans Stage Marches to Protest Drug War; Scientists Detail Global Warming Dangers to Sea Levels; Arizona School Board Postpones Ethnic Studies Vote; CUNY Trustees Deny Honorary Degree to Playwright over Israel-Palestine Views

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Season 2011, Episode 91 Monday, May 09, 2011

S2011 E91

May 9, 2011
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Monday, May 09, 2011 May 9, 2011 2011/05/09 Headlines: U.S. Targets American-Born Cleric in Assassination Attempt in Yemen; Obama: Bin Laden Had “Support Network” Inside Pakistan; Name of CIA Station Chief in Islamabad Leaked to Pakistani Press; Syria President Deploys Tanks in Third Largest City amid Sweeping Dissident Arrests; Bahrain Authorities Bulldoze Shiite Mosques in Nationwide Crackdown; Boat of African Migrants Fleeing Libya Left to Die by NATO, European Units; Human Rights Group Accuses Libyan Government in Attacks on Civilians; Salafist Muslims Attack Coptic Christians in Cairo; 12 Killed, Nearly 200 Wounded; National Unemployment Rises, Florida Governor Scott Slashes Unemployment Benefits; CEOs Received Massive Pay Increases in 2010; President Obama Pushes Congress to Eliminate Tax Breaks for Oil Producers; Mining Industry Campaign Donations Hampered Safety Legislation; Muslim Imams en Route to Islamophobia Conference Removed from Flight; New York City Mayor Bloomberg Set to Lay Off More than 4,000 Teachers; CUNY Expected to Reverse Decision to Block Honorary Degree for Tony Kushner; Peace Activist Father Daniel Berrigan Celebrates 90th Birthday

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Season 2011, Episode 92 Tuesday, May 10, 2011

S2011 E92

May 10, 2011
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Tuesday, May 10, 2011 May 10, 2011 2011/05/10 Headlines: NATO Strikes Libya Capital with Heaviest Bombing in Weeks; United Nations Warns Key Supplies Running Short in Libya; Hundreds Feared Dead in Capsized Boat Incident off Libya Coast; Report: U.S., Pakistan Had Longstanding Deal Permitting Capture of Osama bin Laden; U.S. Removing 5,000 Troops from Afghanistan by July; 90,000 Left through Year End; Report: Afghan Security Forces Responsible for 10 Percent of Civilian Deaths; Egypt: Second Former Cabinet Minister Arrested; White House Under Pressure to Criticize Bahrain amid Crackdown on Peaceful Protesters; Japan, U.S. Considering Construction of Nuclear Waste Storage Facility in Mongolia; Researchers Confirm Link between Hydraulic Fracking and Flammable Water; Panel: Renewable Energy Could Supply Nearly 80 Percent of the World's Energy; FBI Surveillance Dramatically Increases; Appliance Giant Avoids Paying Taxes for Three Years; President Obama Visits Texas; Arizona Calls for Lifting of Injunction on Immigration Law; Newt Gingrich Expected to Announce Presidential Campaign; Ohio Rep. Dennis Kucinich May Run in Washington State; Memphis Braces for Continued Flooding as Mississippi River Crests at Near-Record Level

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Season 2011, Episode 93 Wednesday, May 11, 2011

S2011 E93

May 11, 2011
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Wednesday, May 11, 2011 May 11, 2011 2011/05/11 Headlines: NATO Continues Bombing of Tripoli; Bin Laden's Family Challenges Legality of Killing; Drone Attack Kills 4 in Pakistan; Attorney Preps Legal Challenge; Syrian Forces Shell Residential Areas; Obama Touts Immigration Reform Plan; Federal Court Blocks Utah Anti-Immigrant Law; California Teachers Launch "State of Emergency" Protests; Senate Dems Call for Repealing Oil Company Tax Breaks; Single-Payer Measure Introduced in Congress; Study: GOP Budget Plan Would Drop 44 Million from Medicaid; Japan Abandons Plan for New Nuclear Reactors; Mubarak Faces Extended Detention in Egypt; WikiLeaks Founder Honored with Peace Award; Microsoft Buys Skype for $8.5 Billion; Flooding Hits Poor Areas of Memphis

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Season 2011, Episode 94 Thursday, May 12, 2011

S2011 E94

May 12, 2011
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Thursday, May 12, 2011 May 12, 2011 2011/05/12 Headlines: NATO Launches New Strike on Gaddafi Compound; Syrian Forces Kill at Least 19 Protesters; Syria Reportedly Deports Al Jazeera Journalist to Iran; Yemeni Forces Attack Demonstrators, Kill 9; Schoolgirls Allege Beatings, Threats by Bahrain Forces; Maliki: U.S. Troops Could Stay Beyond Deadline in Iraq; Senate Dems Reintroduce DREAM Act; GOP-Controlled House Advances Oil Drilling Bills; Oil Execs to Testify amid Calls for Tax Break Repeals; Iran Delays Trial of U.S. Hikers; Uganda Delays Vote on Anti-Gay Bill; Study: 2 Million Women Raped in Democratic Republic of Congo; FCC Commissioner to Lobby for Comcast-<span class="caps">NBC After Approving Merger; Billionaire Hedge Fund Manager Convicted in Fraud, Conspiracy Case; Gingrich Enters GOP Presidential Race; New Hampshire Governor Vetoes Anti-Union Bill; Thousands Expected for Wall Street Protest

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Season 2011, Episode 95 Friday, May 13, 2011

S2011 E95

May 13, 2011
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Friday, May 13, 2011 May 13, 2011 2011/05/13 Headlines: 80 Die in Pakistan, “Retaliation” for Bin Laden Killing; Japan Admits Partial Meltdown at Nuclear Plant; Oil Company CEOs Defend Profits and Government Subsidies; Shell Plan OK’d for Deepwater Oil Exploration; ICC Prepares to Issue Arrest Warrants for Libyan Officials; Obama May Skirt War Powers Law to Continue Libya Bombing; Amnesty Praises Uprisings in Middle East, Warns of Violent Response; U.N.: 850 Dead So Far in Syrian Crackdown on Protesters; Saudi Troops to Remain in Bahrain After Emergency Rule Ends; John McCain: Torture Did Not Lead to Bin Laden; U.K. Official: Iraq War Dossier Was Designed to “Make a Case for War”; Ron Paul Announces Third Presidential Run; France Moves Toward Banning Fracking for Oil and Gas Extraction; Thousands Protest Budget Cuts on Wall Street; 12 Nuclear Resisters Convicted for Trespassing at Nuclear Bomb Plant

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Season 2011, Episode 96 Monday, May 16, 2011

S2011 E96

May 16, 2011
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Monday, May 16, 2011 May 16, 2011 2011/05/16 Headlines: Israeli Troops Kill 13 Pro-Palestinian Protesters in Multiple Border Confrontations; Egypt Security Forces Crackdown on Pro-Palestine Protesters at Israel Embassy, Hundreds Injured; International Criminal Court Issues Arrest Warrant for Muammar Gaddafi, Son and Intelligence Chief; United Arab Emirates Hires Blackwater Founder to Build Mercenary Army; Head of International Monetary Fund Arrested on Sex Crime Charges; Japan Expands Exclusion Zone around Damaged Nuclear Plant, Greenpeace Calls for Radiation Investigation; Saudi Diplomat Assassinated in Pakistan; Guatemala: Dozens Found Decapitated in Historic Drug-Related Mass Killing; Michel Martelly Sworn In as Haiti’s President; Key Mississippi Floodgate Opened Up as Waters Rise, Tens of Thousands Threatened; Israeli Forces Seriously Injure American Student Filming Nonviolent Protest

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Season 2011, Episode 97 Tuesday, May 17, 2011

S2011 E97

May 17, 2011
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Tuesday, May 17, 2011 May 17, 2011 2011/05/17 Headlines: NATO Bombs Key Gaddafi Targets in Tripoli; U.S. Joins Talks with Taliban amid Fresh Deaths of Civilians and U.S. Troops; NATO Helicopter Fires on Pakistani Army Post; New York Investigates Major Banks over Mortgage Security Operations; Audit: Five Largest Mortgage Firms Defrauded Taxpayers; Supreme Court Increases Police Power to Conduct Warrantless Searches; IMF Chief Held on Sex Crime Charges Denied Bail; Canada Wildfires Threaten Oil Pipeline Spill Cleanup; New Yorker Exposé Reveals Obama’s Expansive Attack on Whistleblowers; Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Bush-Era Extraordinary Rendition Case; Journalists Detained in Libya May Be Released; Iran Comments on Missing Al Jazeera Correspondent; Arkansas Man First to be Convicted under Hate Crime Act; Memorial Held for Civil Rights Attorney Leonard Weinglass

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Season 2011, Episode 98 Wednesday, May 18, 2011

S2011 E98

May 18, 2011
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Wednesday, May 18, 2011 May 18, 2011 2011/05/18 Headlines: CIA Deployed Sophisticated New Stealth Drone in Hunt for Bin Laden; Pakistan: Militants Attack Security Checkpoint Killing 17; 12 Killed in Afghanistan Protest Following Deadly NATO Night Raid; Al Jazeera Confirms Release of Detained Journalist Dorothy Parvaz; Bahrain Continues Media Crackdown, Five Journalists Detained; Report: Yemen President Agrees to Sign Transfer of Power Deal with Opposition; IMF Chief Charged with Sex Crimes Placed on Suicide Watch; Alleged Victim in Rape Case is 32-Year-Old Muslim from Guinea; Hundreds Protest JPMorgan Chase Tax Dodging and Foreclosures, Elderly Demonstrators Maced; Senate Fails to Pass Bill Cutting Tax Breaks for Oil Companies; Pennsylvania Fines Gas Company $1 Million for Water Contamination, Well Fire; Queen Elizabeth Makes Historic Trip to Ireland; Guatemala in State of Siege Following Drug Cartel Mass Killing; Two Suspects Killed, One Arrested; San Francisco Man First Person Ever to be Cured of AIDS; Newt Gingrich Apologizes to Fellow Republican over Medicare Criticism; Secret Service Interrogates Seventh Grader Without Parents’ Consent

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Season 2011, Episode 99 Thursday, May 19, 2011

S2011 E99

May 19, 2011
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Thursday, May 19, 2011 May 19, 2011 2011/05/19 Headlines: Al-Qaeda Unveils Interim Leader, Releases bin Laden Tape; Gitmo Prisoner Dies of Apparent Suicide; 12 Afghans Killed Protesting Deadly NATO Raid; 6th U.S. Soldier Charged in Afghan "Kill Team" Case; Obama to Deliver Mideast Address; Report: Gaddafi's Wife, Daughter Flee Libya; 4 Journalists Freed in Libya; U.S. Sanctions Assad Regime, Crackdown Continues in Border Town; Freed Al Jazeera Journalist Recounts Syria Jailing; Mothers of Hikers Jailed in Iran Stage Hunger Strike; IMF Chief Resigns Following Arrest on Rape Charges; Hundreds to Protest Education Cuts in D.C. Rally

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Season 2011, Episode 100 Friday, May 20, 2011

S2011 E100

May 20, 2011
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Friday, May 20, 2011 May 20, 2011 2011/05/20 Headlines: Obama Calls for Israeli-Palestinian Peace Deal Based on 1967 Borders; Israel Authorizes 1,500 New Settler Homes; NATO Strikes Libyan Ships; Family Believes Missing British Journalist Slain by Gaddafi Forces; 29 Killed in Iraq Bombing; Afghans Continue Protest Against NATO Raid; Bombing Strikes U.S. Convoy in Pakistan; Thousands Protest Austerity, Youth Unemployment in Spain; Ex-IMF Chief Allowed Free on $1 Million Bail; CIA Director: Torture Played No Role in Intelligence Coup Leading to Bin Laden; Docs: FBI Raids Stemmed From Colombia Visit; Probe Targets 6 States; Tennessee State House Approves Teachers' Union Curbs; Probe Faults Massey for West Virginia Coal Mine Blast

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