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Season 2012, Episode 01 Monday, January 02, 2012

S2012 E01

Jan 2, 2012
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Monday, January 02, 2012 Jan 2, 2012 2012/01/02 Headlines: Since this was a special broadcast, there were no headlines.

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Season 2012, Episode 02 Tuesday, January 03, 2012

S2012 E02

Jan 3, 2012
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Tuesday, January 03, 2012 Jan 3, 2012 2012/01/03 Headlines: Obama Signs Defense Bill Allowing for Indefinite Detention of U.S. Citizens Without Trial; Controversial Defense Bill Tightens Sanctions on Iran; Iowa Holds First 2012 Presidential Caucus; Occupy Supporters in Iowa Stage Actions Against GOP Candidates, Obama; Scores of Occupy Protesters in New York City Arrested Following New Year's Eve Action; Global Revolution, Occupy Wall Street Live Streaming Source, Evicted from Brooklyn Production Studio; Iraq PM Declares National Holiday to Commemorate U.S. Troop Withdrawal; Egypt: Mubarak in Court, Accused of "Tyrannical Rule"; Egyptian Military Defends Office Raids of Human Rights, Civil Society Groups; Nigerian Protesters Demand Shell Clean Up Massive Oil Spill; Senegal: Music Star Youssou N'dour Announces Plans to Run for President; Islamic Center Targeted in String of Firebombings in Queens; Federal Authorities Investigate Fire at Florida Abortion Clinic Previously Targeted with Violence; LAPD Arrests German Man in Connection with 53 Arson Fires; Iraq War Veteran Suspected in Park Ranger Killing Found Dead After Massive Manhunt; Seismologists: Fracking Linked to 11 Ohio Earthquakes Since March

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Season 2012, Episode 03 Wednesday, January 04, 2012

S2012 E03

Jan 4, 2012
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Wednesday, January 04, 2012 Jan 4, 2012 2012/01/04 Headlines: Romney Edges Out Santorum by 8 Votes in Iowa Caucus; Obama Talks Re-Election in Iowa Address; Iran Threatens Response over U.S. in Gulf; Taliban Suggests Potential of U.S. Talks; Ecuadorian Court Upholds Chevron Fine for Amazon Pollution; Israeli, Palestinian Negotiators Meet in Jordan; Washington State Governor to Back Gay Marriage; California, NYC Take Up Corporate Personhood Amendment; Suspect Confesses to New York City Arsons at Religious Sites; Global Revolution, Live Streamers of Occupy Wall Street, Arrested in NYPD Raid;$

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Season 2012, Episode 04 Thursday, January 05, 2012

S2012 E04

Jan 5, 2012
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Thursday, January 05, 2012 Jan 5, 2012 2012/01/05 Headlines: Obama Uses Recess Appointments to Sidestep GOP on Consumer Protection, Labor Board; Bachmann Bows Out of GOP Presidential Race; McCain Endorses Romney for GOP Nomination; Syrian Activists Denounce Arab League Monitoring Mission; Multiple Bombings Kill 24 in Baghdad; Military Trial Begins for Marine in Haditha Massacre; E.U. Agrees to Ban Iranian Oil Imports; Bahraini Forces Tear Gas Demonstrators; Report: U.S. Newspaper Published Pro-Bahrain Editorial After Lobbying; Washington State Governor Backs Same-Sex Marriage; Bi-National Gay Couple in San Francisco Granted Deportation Stay; Runaway U.S. Teen Mistakenly Deported to Colombia; Texas Police Slay Teen Holding Pellet Gun; Delaware Death Row Prisoner Set for Release After Conviction Overturned;$

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Season 2012, Episode 05 Friday, January 06, 2012

S2012 E05

Jan 6, 2012
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Friday, January 06, 2012 Jan 6, 2012 2012/01/06 Headlines: New U.S. Defense Strategy Emphasizes Asia Pacific, Drone Warfare; Military Spending to Exceed Levels at End of Bush White House; Nuclear Reduction "Possible"; Panetta Invokes Korea, Iran Dispute in "Warfare" Scenario; Afghan President Demands U.S. Relinquish Control of Bagram; GOP Hopefuls Bash Obama in New Hampshire; Santorum Booed over Same-Sex Marriage Stance; Gingrich Calls for De-Funding Labor Board; Cordray Launches Mandate at Consumer Protection Bureau; 70 Killed in Iraq Bombings Targeting Shia Pilgrims; Suicide Bombing Kills 10 in Damascus; Arab League Monitors Face Protest; Group: 37,000 Jailed in Syrian Crackdown; Egyptian Prosecutors Seek Death Penalty for Mubarak; Texas Prisoner Freed over Withheld Evidence After 31 Years; Ex-Inspector Urges Cancellation of Keystone XL Pipeline;$

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Season 2012, Episode 06 Monday, January 09, 2012

S2012 E06

Jan 9, 2012
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Monday, January 09, 2012 Jan 9, 2012 2012/01/09 Headlines: Republicans Debate Ahead of New Hampshire Primary; Romney Suggests Only Wealthy People Should Run for Office; Gingrich Accuses Romney of Looting Companies; Billionaire Casino Mogul Gives $5 Million to Pro-Gingrich Super PAC; Unemployment Rate Drops to 8.5%, Lowest Since 2009; Rep. Giffords Attends Candlelight Vigil to Mark Anniversary of Tucson Shooting; Iran-U.S. Tensions Escalate as Iran Sentences U.S. Citizen to Death; Panetta Admits Iran is Not Trying to Develop a Nuclear Weapon; U.S. and Iran to Hold Major Military Exercises in the Persian Gulf; Thousands in Yemen Protest Deal to Grant Immunity to Saleh; Bahrain Bars U.S.-Based Human Rights Official from Entering Country; Blackwater Settles with Families of Guards Slain in Fallujah; 100,000 Displaced by Ethnic Violence in South Sudan; Nigeria General Strike Begins over Rising Fuel Costs; Texas Teen Returns Home After Being Mistakenly Deported to Colombia; MSNBC Suspends Pat Buchanan; Occupy Our Homes Action in New York City Enters Second Month; "Occupy" Named 2011 Word of the Year; African National Congress Celebrates 100th Anniversary;$

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Season 2012, Episode 07 Tuesday, January 10, 2012

S2012 E07

Jan 10, 2012
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Tuesday, January 10, 2012 Jan 10, 2012 2012/01/10 Headlines: Mitt Romney in New Hampshire: "I Like Being Able to Fire People"; With Two Votes Each, Romney and Huntsman Tie in Tiny Dixville Notch; Rick Perry Focuses on South Carolina Primary; William Daley Resigns as White House Chief of Staff; IAEA Confirms Iran is Enriching Uranium in Underground Bunker; Syrian President Assad Claims Foreign Conspiracy Behind Protests; Nigerian Strike Enters Second Day; At Least Three Protesters Killed; Report: DEA Agents Laundered Million in Cash for Mexican Drug Trafficker; Aung San Suu Kyi to Run for Parliament in Burma; U.S. Seeks to Toss Lawsuit by Guatemalan Victims of Medical Experimentation; U.S. Bans Uranium Mining Near Grand Canyon for 20 Years; Opponents of Factory Farming Claim to Set Fire at Beef Processing Plant in California; Dara Greenwald, Artist and Activist, Dies at 40;$

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Season 2012, Episode 08 Wednesday, January 11, 2012

S2012 E08

Jan 11, 2012
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Wednesday, January 11, 2012 Jan 11, 2012 2012/01/11 Headlines: Romney Wins New Hampshire Primary, Paul Follows in Strong Second-Place Finish; South Carolina to Sue over Voter ID Challenge; Former Prisoners, Advocates Mark Decade of Gitmo; Activists to Protest Guantánamo in D.C.; Arab League Observer Calls Syria Mission a "Farce"; U.N.: Increased Killings Since Arrival of Arab League Mission; Report: Israeli Settlement Expansion Breaks Records; 3 Killed in Pakistan Drone Strike; Drones Account for 31% of U.S. Military Aircraft; Iranian Nuclear Scientist Killed in Bombing; Nuclear "Doomsday" Clock Moves Closer to Midnight; Child Malnutrition Soars in India; Barricades Removed from Occupy Wall Street Park;$

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Season 2012, Episode 09 Thursday, January 12, 2012

S2012 E09

Jan 12, 2012
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Thursday, January 12, 2012 Jan 12, 2012 2012/01/12 Headlines: Karzai Condemns Video of U.S. Marines Urinating on Afghan Corpses; Haditha Trial: Marine Sergeant Said, "We Should Kill Everyone" Prior to Mass Killing; Nigeria Strike Day 4: Oil Workers Threaten to Shut Down Oil Production; Iran Urges U.N. to Condemn Assassination of Nuclear Scientist; Christian Right Leaders to Gather to Pick Anti-Romney Candidate; Republicans Ask Court to Allow for Unlimited Corporate Donations to Campaigns; Obama Campaign Raised $220 Million in 2011; Survey: Class Conflict Growing in U.S. Between Rich and Poor; French Journalist Killed in Syria; Haiti Marks Two Years Since Devastating Earthquake; Mexico Says Drug War Death Toll Has Topped 47,000; Chinese Workers at Xbox Factory Threaten to Commit Mass Suicide; Hundreds Protest Against Guantánamo in Washington; Lawsuit Filed Seeking Info on Use of Drones Inside United States; 100th Anniversary of Bread and Roses Strike Marked in Massachusetts;$

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Season 2012, Episode 10 Friday, January 13, 2012

S2012 E10

Jan 13, 2012
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Friday, January 13, 2012 Jan 13, 2012 2012/01/13 Headlines: Presiding Officer Recommends Court-Martial for Manning; Report: U.S. Uses Secret Channel to Warn Iran Strait Closure a "Red Line"; U.S. Identifies 2 Marines in Urination Video; Gingrich Claims Pressure from "Extraordinarily Wealthy Institutions" to Drop Bain Criticism; Nigerian Oil Workers Set Sunday Deadline to Restore Fuel Subsidy; Burma: Prisoners Freed in Mass Amnesty; Ceasefire Reached with Ethnic Rebels; Tucson Suspends Ethnic Studies Program under Threat of Funding Cut; Mocking Super PACs, Colbert Enters GOP Presidential Field in South Carolina; Dozens Arrested in Anti-Torture Protest Outside White House;$

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Season 2012, Episode 11 Monday, January 16, 2012

S2012 E11

Jan 16, 2012
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Monday, January 16, 2012 Jan 16, 2012 2012/01/16 Headlines:$

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Season 2012, Episode 12 Tuesday, January 17, 2012

S2012 E12

Jan 17, 2012
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Tuesday, January 17, 2012 Jan 17, 2012 2012/01/17 Headlines: Romney Comes Under Fire at Republican Debate in South Carolina; Romney: I Oppose Negotiating with the Taliban; Ron Paul: "They're Building Up for War Against Iran"; Jon Huntsman Drops Out of Republican Race; Christian Right Leaders Back Rick Santorum; Architect of Anti-Immigrant Bills Endorses Romney; Homeland Security Hired Contractor to Monitor Websites; Report: U.S. Concerned Israel Is Preparing to Attack Iran; Report: Israelis Recruited Militants to Carry Out Covert Ops in Iran; Ban Ki-moon to Syria's Assad: "Stop Killing Your Own People"; Mohamed ElBaradei Drops Out of Egyptian Presidential Race; Nigerian Unions Call for Strike to End; Guatemala's New President Tied to Human Rights Atrocities; El Salvador President Apologizes for El Mozote Massacre; 29 Still Missing in Deadly Italian Cruise Ship Accident; 700,000 Seek Gov. Walker Recall in Wisconsin; Tucson School District Releases List of Banned Ethnic Studies Books, Includes Shakespeare; Occupy Protesters Mark Martin Luther King, Jr. Day; Six Arrested at Occupy Baltimore Action; Emergency Manager Law Protested in Michigan;$

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Season 2012, Episode 13 Wednesday, January 18, 2012

S2012 E13

Jan 18, 2012
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Wednesday, January 18, 2012 Jan 18, 2012 2012/01/18 Headlines: Websites Stage Historic Strike Against Anti-Piracy Laws; Romney Claims Tax Rate of 15%; $360K in Speaking Fees "Not Very Much"; Hundreds Protest in D.C. for "Occupy Congress"; Obama Jobs Council Calls for Lower Corporate Taxes, Increased Domestic Energy; Wisconsin Governor Recall Petition Gathers Over 1 Million Signatures; U.S., Russia Debate Syria Measure at Security Council; Judge Who Targeted Pinochet Stands Trial in Spain; Iraq War Vet Arrested in Murders of 4 Homeless Men; Obama to Accept Democratic Nomination at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte; Delaware Commutes Death Sentence to Life in Prison;$

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Season 2012, Episode 14 Thursday, January 19, 2012

S2012 E14

Jan 19, 2012
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Thursday, January 19, 2012 Jan 19, 2012 2012/01/19 Headlines: Citing GOP Deadline, Obama Rejects Keystone XL Oil Pipeline; Report: Romney Hides Millions Through Tax Havens; Romney Rejects Disclosure of Multiple Tax Returns; Iowa Recount Gives Edge to Santorum; Study: 30 Companies Spent More on Lobbying than on Taxes; Groups: Slow Response from West Led to Thousands of Deaths in Africa Famine; Israel: Decision on Iran Strike "Very Far Off"; Report: Obama Considering Summers for World Bank Helm; Supreme Court Backs Appeal for Death Row Prisoner over Filing Mistake; News Corp Admits Cover-Up in Hacking Settlements;$

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Season 2012, Episode 15 Friday, January 20, 2012

S2012 E15

Jan 20, 2012
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Friday, January 20, 2012 Jan 20, 2012 2012/01/20 Headlines: GOP Candidates Debate Ahead of South Carolina Primary; Ex-Wife: Gingrich Asked for Open Marriage; Perry Exits GOP Race, Backs Gingrich; Second Officer Backs Trial for Manning; Afghans Protest Deadly NATO Raid; France Suspends Training of Afghan Troops After Shooting; Syrian Protests Follow More Killings; Arab League Extends Monitoring Mission; Top U.S. General Visits Israel for Iran Talks; Iran: Scientist Assassins May Have Used U.N. Info; 5 Moroccans Self-Immolate in Unemployment Protest; U.S. Shuts Down File-Sharing Site, "Anonymous" Hackers Retaliate; Military Suicides Hit New Record High; U.S. Confirms Liberian Leader Worked for CIA; Obama Visits Apollo Theater in New York City Fundraising Trip; 6 Marines Killed in Afghanistan; Vermont Barred from Shuttering Vermont Yankee Nuclear Plant;$

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Season 2012, Episode 16 Monday, January 23, 2012

S2012 E16

Jan 23, 2012
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Monday, January 23, 2012 Jan 23, 2012 2012/01/23 Headlines: Newt Gingrich Wins South Carolina Primary; Romney Attacks Gingrich for Using "Weapons of the Left"; Gingrich Win Aided by $5 Million Donation, "Southern Strategy"; Video Emerges of Ron Paul Speaking in Front of Confederate Flag; U.S. Drone Strike Kills London Man in Somalia; 178 Killed in Nigeria Raising Specter of Civil War; U.S. Allows for Yemen's Saleh to Enter United States; Syria Rejects Arab League Request for Assad to Hand Over Power; Muslim Brotherhood Heads New Egyptian Parliament; Human Rights Watch Urges Nations to Support Arab Spring Protesters; Afghan Soldier Kills Four French Troops; Anti-Online Piracy Bills Put on Hold After Massive Protests; Boehner Pushes for Obama to Reverse Keystone Pipeline Decision; Protests Held Across Nation Against Citizens United Ruling; Hawaiian Teachers Reject Obama's "Race to the Top" Contract; EPA to Deliver Fresh Water to Homes Impacted by Fracking; Rep. Giffords to Resign from Congress After Shooting; R&B Singer Etta James Dies at 73;$

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Season 2012, Episode 17 Tuesday, January 24, 2012

S2012 E17

Jan 24, 2012
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Tuesday, January 24, 2012 Jan 24, 2012 2012/01/24 Headlines: Romney, Gingrich Spar in Florida Debate; Gingrich Reported to Freddie Mac Lobbyist; Romney Paid Low Rate on Millions in Investment Income; Another $5 Million Pledged to Pro-Gingrich Super PAC; Santorum, Paul Claim Conservative Mantle; Obama to Deliver State of the Union Address; Supreme Court Rules Warrants Required for GPS Tracking; Ex-CIA Whistleblower Charged with Leaking Classified Information; Last Marine Charged in Haditha Massacre Reaches Plea Deal; 6 Killed in Iraq Bombings; Egypt Opens New Parliament, Prepares to Mark Revolution; U.S. Mulls Repatriation of Foreign Prisoners in Afghanistan; E.U. Enacts Iran Sanctions; U.K. Issues Troop Warning; NYPD Screened Anti-Muslim Video Far More than Disclosed;$

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Season 2012, Episode 18 Wednesday, January 25, 2012

S2012 E18

Jan 25, 2012
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Wednesday, January 25, 2012 Jan 25, 2012 2012/01/25 Headlines: Obama Highlights Income Inequality in SOTU Address; Obama: "No Option Off the Table" with Iran; No Jail Time for Marine Alleged to Have Led Haditha Massacre; Egyptians Mark One Year of Revolution; Arab League Extends Syria Monitoring Mission amid Ongoing Killings; Gaddafi Loyalists Seize Bani Walid; Israel Detains 4 Palestinian Lawmakers; U.S. Forces Free Aid Workers in Somalia Raid; Chinese Forces Kill Tibetan Protesters; Connecticut Police Officers Charged with Targeting, Assaulting Hispanics; Indiana Dems Skip Vote on Anti-Union Bill; Google Increases Monitoring of Web Users;$

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Season 2012, Episode 19 Thursday, January 26, 2012

S2012 E19

Jan 26, 2012
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Thursday, January 26, 2012 Jan 26, 2012 2012/01/26 Headlines: Obama Pushes Millionaire Tax in Iowa; Romney Slams SOTU Address; Romney and Gingrich Seek Florida Latino Vote; Fed Preserves Low Interest Rate, Predicts Slow Recovery; Geithner: No 2nd Term as Treasury Secretary; U.S. Could Expand Military Presence in the Philippines; Record Turnout Estimated at Egyptian Revolution Rallies; U.N.: Interim Libyan Gov't Torturing Prisoners; Occupy Protesters Rally at Davos World Economic Forum; People's Movements Converge for World Social Forum in Brazil; Giffords Exits Congress with Farewell Address; Indiana Lawmakers Pass Anti-Union Bill; Whistleblower: BP Sought to Alter Cleanup Data; Publisher Resigns After Suggesting Obama Assassination; NYPD Commissioner Apologizes for Role in Anti-Muslim Documentary;$

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Season 2012, Episode 20 Friday, January 27, 2012

S2012 E20

Jan 27, 2012
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Friday, January 27, 2012 Jan 27, 2012 2012/01/27 Headlines: GOP Candidates Spar over Immigration, Wall Street in Florida Debate; Obama Touts Domestic Drilling in Vegas Speech: U.S. is the "Saudi Arabia" of Natural Gas; Pentagon Boosts Overall Spending Despite Short-Term Cuts; Iraq: 32 Killed in Baghdad Bombing; Iraq Mulls Legal Action over Haditha Massacre; U.S. Threatens to Stop Egyptian Military Aid over Stranded Americans; Syria: 30 Killed in "Terrifying Massacre"; Former Guatemalan Dictator Faces Trial; WSF Meets on "Capitalist Crisis, Social and Environmental Justice"; Rejecting GOP, Senate Hikes Debt Limit; Walker Aides Face New Charges; FBI Seeks App to Monitor Social Media; Twitter Can Block Tweets by Country;$

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Season 2012, Episode 21 Monday, January 30, 2012

S2012 E21

Jan 30, 2012
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Monday, January 30, 2012 Jan 30, 2012 2012/01/30 Headlines: 400 Occupy Oakland Protesters Arrested; National Park Service Threatens to Evict Occupy D.C. Protesters; Romney Attacks Gingrich over House Ethics Record; Newt Gingrich Positions Himself as a Reagan-Style Conservative; Gingrich Backer Sheldon Adelson Under Federal Investigation; Secretary: Ron Paul Personally Proofed Controversial Newsletters; Report: Freddie Mac Bet Against American Homeowners; France to Impose Financial Transaction Tax; Egyptian Generals Visit U.S. amid Dispute over U.S.-Backed NGOs; U.S. Lobbyists from Mubarak Era End Contract with Military Government; Yemeni President Saleh Arrives in New York; Iraq Outraged over Expanded Use of U.S. Drones; Panetta Confirms Pakistani Doctor Aided CIA; Filipino Activists Protest Expanded U.S. Military Presence; Five Papuan Independence Activists Face Treason Charges; Cadmium Spill in Chinese River Causes Environmental Catastrophe; Mumia Abu-Jamal Moved from Solitary to General Population;$

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Season 2012, Episode 22 Tuesday, January 31, 2012

S2012 E22

Jan 31, 2012
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Tuesday, January 31, 2012 Jan 31, 2012 2012/01/31 Headlines: Syria: Russia Opposes U.N. Resolution Against Assad; Romney Expected to Win Florida Primary; Report: 13,000 Pro-Romney Ads Aired in Florida, 200 for Gingrich; Gingrich: We Need a Government that Respects "Our Religion"; Obama Defends Drone Strikes, Denies Civilian Toll; Suspected U.S. Drone Kills 13 in Yemen; U.S. Military Equipment Sale to Bahrain Faces Congressional Opposition; Haiti's "Baby Doc" Will Stand Trial for Corruption, Not for Murders; Despite Eviction Order, Occupy D.C. Protesters Remain in Parks; Belgian Workers Hold General Strike to Protest E.U. Meeting; 25 European Nations Agree to Stricter Budget Rules; Senegal's Youssou N'Dour Accuses President Wade of Staging "Coup"; Brazil: Chevron Faces $11 Billion Lawsuit for Oil Spill; Republicans Tout Bill to Override Obama on Keystone Pipeline; Drought in Mexico Leaves Two Million Without Water; Water Tankers Called to Drought-Stricken Texas Town; East Haven's Top Cop Announces Retirement After Racial Bias Arrests; Tennessee Lawmaker Threatens to “Stomp” Transgender People;$

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Season 2012, Episode 23 Wednesday, February 01, 2012

S2012 E23

Feb 1, 2012
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Wednesday, February 01, 2012 Feb 1, 2012 2012/02/01 Headlines: Romney Wins Florida GOP Primary; Santorum Claims Conservative Mantle Ahead of Nevada Vote; Obama Visits U.S. Automakers in D.C., Praises Industry Rebound; U.S. Intelligence Chief: Iranian Leaders More Willing to Attack United States; NATO Soldier Killed in Afghanistan; NATO Report: Prisoners Say Pakistan Aiding Taliban; Syria: 6 Killed in Fighting Near Lebanese Border; Russia Challenges Syria Measure at U.N. Security Council; U.S. Intel: Assad Regime Won’t Outlast Protests; Egypt: Dozens Wounded in Pro-Democracy March; Bahraini Protesters on Hunger Strike are Tear-Gassed in Prison Cells; WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Battles Extradition in U.K. Court; Breast Cancer Charity Faces Backlash After Defunding Planned Parenthood; Oakland Protesters Face Mistreatment, Beatings; 12 Charged in Occupy Oakland Protests; Judge Rejects Attempt to Block Camping Ban on Occupy D.C.; Riot Police Clear Occupy Miami Encampment;$

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Season 2012, Episode 24 Thursday, February 02, 2012

S2012 E24

Feb 2, 2012
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Thursday, February 02, 2012 Feb 2, 2012 2012/02/02 Headlines: Panetta: U.S. to End Afghan Combat Operations in 2013; Romney: "I'm Not Concerned About the Very Poor"; Trump to Endorse Gingrich Ahead of Nevada Vote; Thousands Protest as Indiana Enacts Anti-Union "Right to Work" Law; Arizona State Senators Introduce Anti-Union Bills; Washington State Senate OKs Same-Sex Marriage; American Airlines to Lay Off 13,000 Workers; Dozens Killed in Syria Clashes; Russia Stalls U.N. Measure; At Least 74 Killed at Egyptian Soccer Match; Julian Assange in Final Day of Extradition Hearing; U.S. Lifts Military Aid Ban to Uzbekistan; ACLU Sues Admin for Drone Strike Records; NRC: Nuclear Reactors in Central and Eastern U.S. Face Earthquake Threats; Occupy Wall Street Protester Gets Twitter Subpoena;$

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Season 2012, Episode 25 Friday, February 03, 2012

S2012 E25

Feb 3, 2012
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Friday, February 03, 2012 Feb 3, 2012 2012/02/03 Headlines: Komen Officials Resign over Planned Parenthood Controversy; Syria: U.N. Drops Call for Assad Resignation; Egypt: 4 Killed as Thousands Protest Soccer Deaths; NATO Chief Contradicts Panetta on Afghan Timetable; Israel: Iranian Missiles Could Reach United States; Khmer Rouge Commander Gets Life Term; Trump Backs Romney Ahead of Nevada Caucus; SEC Issued Scores of Waivers to Wall Street Firms in Fraud Cases; Holder Takes Heat from Congress for "Fast and Furious" Weapons Sting; Yemeni Activists Protest Saleh's NYC Visit; Sierra Club Took $26 Million from Gas Industry; Report: U.S. More Than Doubles Names on No-Fly List;$

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Season 2012, Episode 26 Monday, February 06, 2012

S2012 E26

Feb 6, 2012
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Monday, February 06, 2012 Feb 6, 2012 2012/02/06 Headlines: Violence Continues in Syria After U.N. Resolution Fails; Komen Reverses Decision on Planned Parenthood Funding; Romney Wins Nevada; Low Voter Turnout Reported; Koch Brothers Pledge $60 Million to Defeat Obama; Bradley Manning to Face Full Court-Martial; Army Whistleblower Questions U.S. Success in Afghanistan; U.S. to Expand Use of Special Forces in #Afghanistan; 2011 Marked Deadliest Year for Civilians; Obama: U.S. and Israel in "Lockstep" on Iran; Protests Against Iran War Held in 80 Cities; Jobless Rate Falls to 8.3 percent; 243,000 Jobs Added; New York AG Sues Big Banks over Mortgage Database; 11 Occupy D.C. Protesters Arrested, Encampments Evicted; Egypt to Try 19 Americans in Foreign Funding Case; Yemeni Activist Arrested for Attempting to Throw Shoe at President Saleh in New York; 120,000 Russians Protest Against Putin; Cold Spell Linked to Climate Change Kills Over 300 in Europe; Three More Tibetans Self-Immolate in China in Support of Tibet Liberation; Indigenous Groups in Panama Block Pan-American Highway; Iraqi-American Dr. Rafil Dhafir Re-sentenced to 22 Years in Prison;$

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Season 2012, Episode 27 Tuesday, February 07, 2012

S2012 E27

Feb 7, 2012
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Tuesday, February 07, 2012 Feb 7, 2012 2012/02/07 Headlines: Syria: Homs Under Siege as Russian Minister Arrives; Reversing Stance, Obama Asks Wealthy to Support His Super PAC; Obama Campaign Returns $200,000 Tied to Family of Mexican Fugitive; Gingrich Blasts Romney as Voters Head to Polls in Three States; Catholics Vow to Fight Obama on Birth Control ”In the Streets”; FAA Spending Bill Enables Police Use of Domestic Surveillance Drones; Former CIA Director Hayden Slams Obama Drone Program; Egypt: Talks Canceled as U.S. Threatens to Withhold Aid; U.S. Orders Sanctions on Iranian Central Bank; Palestinian Leaders Agree to Form Unity Government; Greece: General Strike Launched to Protest Salary Cuts; Maldives: President Resigns amid Protests, Police Mutiny; More than 40 States Agree to Foreclosure Deal; Foreclosure Service Firm Indicted on Forgery Charges; Investigation: Congress Members Steered $300 Million to Projects Near Their Properties; Court to Rule on California Same-Sex Marriage Ban; 500 Protest NYPD Fatal Shooting of Unarmed Teenager; FBI More Closely Monitoring Right-Wing Extremist Groups; Nine Arrested in Occupy Portland Protest; Greg Speeter, Founder of National Priorities Project, Dies at 68;$

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Season 2012, Episode 28 Wednesday, February 08, 2012

S2012 E28

Feb 8, 2012
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Wednesday, February 08, 2012 Feb 8, 2012 2012/02/08 Headlines: Santorum Campaign Rises with 3-State Victory; Court Overturns California Same-Sex Marriage Ban; Komen Exec Behind Planned Parenthood Defunding Resigns; Drone Attack Kills 10 in Pakistan; U.S. May Cut Iraqi Embassy Staff by Half; CIA to Keep Massive Covert Presence in Iraq, Afghanistan; Syria: Dozens Killed as Homs Siege Continues; Hezbollah Leader Urges Talks for Assad, Syrian Opposition; UNICEF: 400 Children Killed in Syria; Study: Homegrown Muslim Extremists Pose "Miniscule Threat"; South Carolina Sues Justice Dept. to Uphold Voter ID Law;$

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Season 2012, Episode 29 Thursday, February 09, 2012

S2012 E29

Feb 9, 2012
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Thursday, February 09, 2012 Feb 9, 2012 2012/02/09 Headlines: U.S., Banks Reach $26 Billion Settlement for Mortgage Abuses; Pakistan: Taliban Leader Among 4 Killed in U.S. Drone Strike; Hundreds Killed in Syria as Arab League Monitors Plan Return; Bahraini Activists Prepare for Protests' 1st Anniversary; Iraq Vows Crackdown on Private Military Firms; U.S. Military Scales Back Bases in Japan, Guam; Seeks Expanded Presence in Philippines; House to Vote on Weakened Ethics Rules; Santorum Slams "Intolerance" of Evangelicals; Romney: Rivals "Act Like Democrats"; Gingrich Warns Ohio Voters of Deadly "Iranian Nuclear Weapon"; Washington Set to Back Same-Sex Marriage; 200 Rally Against Fatal NYPD Shooting of Unarmed Black Teen; Civil Rights Activist Patricia Stephens Due Dies at 72;$

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Season 2012, Episode 30 Friday, February 10, 2012

S2012 E30

Feb 10, 2012
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Friday, February 10, 2012 Feb 10, 2012 2012/02/10 Headlines: U.S. Unveils $25 Billion Mortgage Deal with Banks; NATO Blamed for Deaths of 8 Children in Afghan Air Strike; U.S. Marines Photographed Posing with Nazi Flag in Afghanistan; Syria: Homs Seige Continues as 25 Die in Aleppo Blasts; Maldives: Ousted Pres. Nasheed Leads Rally, Calls for Elections; U.N. Envoy Concerned for Ousted Maldives President’s Safety; Greek Unions Protest Wage Cuts as Europe Withholds Aid; Spain: Pioneering Judge Baltasar Garzón Disbarred; Online Protests Held for Palestinian Hunger Striker; NRC Approves First U.S. New Nuclear Plants Since 1978; NYC: 1,000 Rally at Meeting over Two Dozen School Closings; Education Gap Growing Between Rich and Poor; CPAC Features White Nationalist Speaker, Rejects Gay GOP Group's Sponsorship; Immokalee Workers Claim Victory with Trader Joe's Deal;$

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Season 2012, Episode 31 Monday, February 13, 2012

S2012 E31

Feb 13, 2012
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Monday, February 13, 2012 Feb 13, 2012 2012/02/13 Headlines: Greek Protests Spread as Parliament OKs Austerity Measures; Up to 300,000 Protest in Portugal; Belgium Firefighters Spray Water on Police at Anti-Austerity Protest; Expanded Role for U.S. Special Operations Forces Sought; Arab League Calls for Peacekeepers in Syria; Romney Narrowly Beats Paul in Maine, Wins CPAC Straw Poll; Obama's Budget Includes New Taxes on Millionaires, Cuts to Medicare; Catholic Leaders Oppose Obama's Compromise on Birth Control; Death Toll of U.S. Contractors in Afghanistan Rises; Pakistani PM Indicted on Contempt Charges; Pakistani Minister: U.S. Drones are Counterproductive; Five More Arrested at Murdoch Newspaper in Bribery Case; Republican Congressman Faces Ethics Probe over Insider Trading Allegations; New President of Maldives Rejects Call for Elections; Shining Path Leader Detained in Peru;$

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Season 2012, Episode 32 Tuesday, February 14, 2012

S2012 E32

Feb 14, 2012
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Tuesday, February 14, 2012 Feb 14, 2012 2012/02/14 Headlines: Iran Blamed After Blasts Target Israeli Diplomats in Georgia, India; Report: Israeli Secret Service Tied to Assassinations of Iranian Scientists; Syria: Homs Faces Food Crisis as Attacks Continue; Bahrain: Forces Fire Tear Gas on Pro-Democracy Activists; "Anonymous" Hackers Crash Sites of Tear Gas Maker, Bahrain Gov't; Obama Budget Boosts Taxes on the Rich; Santorum Overtakes Romney in National Polls; Washington, New Jersey Move on Same-Sex Marriage; Keystone XL Pipeline Revived in Senate Transportation Bill; House Transportation Bill Called “Worst” in Decades by LaHood; Fair Labor Association Probes Apple Factories in China; Tibet Activists Rally as Obama Meets with Chinese VP; New York Hospitals Flout Rules Meant to Aid Uninsured Patients; NYPD Informant Spied on Al Sharpton’s Group; OWS Activists Sue NYPD for Pepper-Spraying Incident; 3 Occupy Activists Arrested for Disrupting Santorum Rally in Tacoma; 16 Greenpeace Activists Arrested in Asheville Coal Protest;$

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Season 2012, Episode 33 Wednesday, February 15, 2012

S2012 E33

Feb 15, 2012
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Wednesday, February 15, 2012 Feb 15, 2012 2012/02/15 Headlines: NATO Admits to Killing of 8 Afghan Children in Air Strike; Eurozone Finance Chiefs Delay Greek Bailout Following Protests; Syria: Crackdown Widens as Referendum Date Set; Bahraini Forces Target Anniversary Protests, Detain U.S. Human Rights Monitors; Obama Hosts Chinese VP Xi Jinping; Hundreds Protest Chinese Abuses Outside White House; Prison Fire Kills 272 in Honduras; Panetta Touts Asia Expansion, Defends Military Budget; Congress Reaches Tentative Deal on Payroll Tax Cut; Hundreds Protest Alabama Anti-Immigrant Law; Pet Owners Protest Romney Outside Dog Show; Report: U.S. Voter Rolls Include Names of 1.8 Million Dead; Florida Blocks Massive Corporate Prison Plan;$

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Season 2012, Episode 34 Thursday, February 16, 2012

S2012 E34

Feb 16, 2012
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Thursday, February 16, 2012 Feb 16, 2012 2012/02/16 Headlines: Karzai Confirms U.S.-Afghan Talks with Taliban; NATO Resumes Prisoner Transfers to Afghan Jails; U.S. Drone Strike Kills 6 in Pakistan; Iran Touts Nuclear Advances, Proposes Talks; Syrian Troops Widen Crackdown to Daraa; Report: Libyan Militias Torturing Gaddafi Loyalists; Report: Global Malnutrition Kills 5 Children per Minute; U.N. Urges Aid Boost for West African Drought; Obama Ignores Collective Bargaining Struggle in Wisconsin Speech; World Bank Head Robert Zoellick to Step Down;$

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Season 2012, Episode 35 Friday, February 17, 2012

S2012 E35

Feb 17, 2012
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Friday, February 17, 2012 Feb 17, 2012 2012/02/17 Headlines: U.N. Assembly Condemns Syria Crackdown; Syria: 63 Killed, Activists Arrested in Raids; Top U.S. Intel Official: al-Qaeda Infiltrating Syrian Opposition; Iran Intel Ministry Added to U.S. Terrorism List; U.S.: Iran Unlikely to Start Military Conflict; "Underwear Bomber" Gets Life Sentence for Failed Attack; Payroll Deal Shortens Jobless Aid, Allows Drug Tests; Consumer Agency to Monitor Debt Collectors, Credit Reporters; NJ Same-Sex Marriage Bill Faces Veto Threat; Chinese VP Faces Tibet Protests in California Visit; GOP Candidates Slam China on Campaign Trail; Willie Nelson Joins Suit Against Agro Giant Monsanto; Middle East Reporter Anthony Shadid Dies in Syria;$

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Season 2012, Episode 36 Monday, February 20, 2012

S2012 E36

Feb 20, 2012
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Monday, February 20, 2012 Feb 20, 2012 2012/02/20 Headlines: Report: U.S. Taxpayers Will Subsidize Mortgage Settlement; Eurozone Ministers Consider $171 Billion Greek Bailout; Hundreds of Thousands Protest Austerity Measures in Spain; U.S. and British Officials Urge Israel to Back Off on Iran Attack; Syrians Call for a "Day of Defiance" After Weekend Violence; U.S. Senators Urge Arming of Rebels; Bahraini Govt Deports Four More Human Rights Observers; Palestinian Prisoner Risking Death on 65th Day of Hunger Strike; Report: NYPD Spied on Muslim College Students Throughout Northeast; Romney Campaign Co-Chair in Arizona Resigns; Santorum Challenges Obama's Christian Values; U.S. Supreme Court Blocks Century-Old Montana Ban on Corporate Campaign Spending; Billionaire Casino Mogul Pledges $10 Million More to Gingrich Super PAC; Lawsuit Filed to Block License for New Nuclear Reactors in Georgia; FBI Sting Operation Foils U.S. Capitol Suicide Bomb Plot; California Prisoner Dies During Hunger Strike over Jail Conditions; After Public Campaign, Foxconn to Increase Wages, Reduce Overtime Hours at Chinese Factory; Sports News Giant Criticized over Racist Phrase in Jeremy Lin Headline;$

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Season 2012, Episode 37 Tuesday, February 21, 2012

S2012 E37

Feb 21, 2012
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Tuesday, February 21, 2012 Feb 21, 2012 2012/02/21 Headlines: European Finance Chiefs Approve $172 Billion Greek Bailout; Yemen Holds "Election" in Deal to End Saleh's 33-Year Rule; Report: Israel to Release Palestinian Hunger Striker Khader Adnan; Afghans Protest Koran Burnings at U.S. Airbase at Bagram; 4 U.S. Soldiers Killed When Spy Plane Crashes in Djibouti; Spain: Police Criticized for Brutal Beating of Students; Obama to Host Israeli PM for Talks on Iran; Donors Pour $22 Million into Super PACs for Republican Candidates; Santorum Spokeswoman Attacks Obama's "Radical Islamic Policies"; Former IMF Chief Held, Questioned in Prostitution Inquiry; Syria: 12 Killed in Homs as Red Cross Pushes for Ceasefire; Senegal: 3 Dead as Pre-Election Protests Intensify; Canada Threatens Complaint over Tar Sands Labeling; Study: 94% of Oscar Voters Are White, 77% Are Male; 2011 Polk Awards Given to Shadid, Mayer, AP, Al Jazeera;$

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Season 2012, Episode 38 Wednesday, February 22, 2012

S2012 E38

Feb 22, 2012
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Wednesday, February 22, 2012 Feb 22, 2012 2012/02/22 Headlines: Foreign Journalists Among Dozens Killed in Syria Violence; U.S. Signals Potential Arming of Syrian Rebels; Afghanistan: 4 Killed as Koran Protests Grow; Supreme Court to Weight Affirmative Action Challenge; Supreme Court Limits Prisoners' Miranda Rights; Appeals Court Rejects Suit over Guantánamo Deaths; Reporter Anthony Shadid Honored at Beirut Memorial; Obama to Propose Cutting Corporate Tax Rate to 28 Percent; Judge Rules New York Towns Can Ban Fracking; Obama Hosts Blues Concert for Black History Month;$

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Season 2012, Episode 39 Thursday, February 23, 2012

S2012 E39

Feb 23, 2012
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Thursday, February 23, 2012 Feb 23, 2012 2012/02/23 Headlines: Iraq: Dozens Killed in Wave of Violence; Afghan Soldier Kills 2 U.S. Troops as Koran Protests Intensify; Syria: Homs Shelled, U.N. Plans Humanitarian Visit; Top Syrian Officials Listed in Report on Abuses; Bradley Manning Faces Arraignment on WikiLeaks Charges; U.N. Officials Announce Failure of Iran Visit; Former U.S. Resident Jailed at Gitmo Reaches Plea Deal; U.S. Marine Convicted in Iraq Massacre Discharged under Honorable Conditions; U.S. Troops Deployed to Fight LRA Rebels in 4 African Countries; Newark Mayor: NYPD Hid Spying on Muslims; Virginia Ultrasound Bill Altered After Protests; 3rd-Grader Critically Injured in School Shooting; 5 Die in Atlanta Murder-Suicide; Oscar Grant's Cousin Shot, Wounded by Oakland Police; Obama Visits Future Site of African American History Museum; UC Davis Pepper-Spraying Victims File Suit; Publisher Barney Rosset Dies at 89;$

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Season 2012, Episode 40 Friday, February 24, 2012

S2012 E40

Feb 24, 2012
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Friday, February 24, 2012 Feb 24, 2012 2012/02/24 Headlines: Manning Defers Plea on WikiLeaks Charges; Syria: 13 Shot Dead in Hama; Annan Named Special Envoy; Syrian Opposition Meet with International Diplomats in Tunis; Wounded British Journalist Pleads for Help in Syria; Obama Sends Apology as Koran Protests Continue in Afghanistan; Obama Touts Energy Policy amid Concern over Speculators' Role in Gas Prices; Maryland Senate Votes to Legalize Same-Sex Marriage; Report: 25% More U.S. Children Now Living in Poor Areas; U.S. Joins Talks on North Korea Disarmament; Venezuelan President Chávez to Return to Cuba for Surgery; Salvadoran General Cleared for Deportation over 1980 Murders of U.S. Nuns; Lebanese Citizen Jailed in Iraq to Face U.S. Military Commission; Pentagon Lawyer Defends Killing of U.S. Citizens Abroad; 7 Marines Die in Arizona Helicopter Collision; Chicago Workers Occupy Window Factory, Site of 2008 Action; Occupy Philadelphia Protesters Acquitted of Sit-in Charges; Report: NYPD Employed Snooping Tactics for Criminal Organizations in Muslim Spying; Apple Faces New Protests for Working Conditions;$

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Season 2012, Episode 41 Monday, February 27, 2012

S2012 E41

Feb 27, 2012
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Monday, February 27, 2012 Feb 27, 2012 2012/02/27 Headlines: Suicide Bomber Strikes Afghan Airport; U.S. Officials Killed Inside Interior Ministry; Santorum: Obama Should Not Have Apologized for Koran Burning; White House Funds Aided NYPD Effort to Spy on Muslim Communities; 59 Killed in Syria as Referendum Held to Extend Assad's Rule; WikiLeaks Begins Posting Internal Emails of Private Intel Firm Stratfor; U.S. Intelligence Analysts: No Hard Evidence Iran is Building Nuclear Bomb; Israel Inks Arms Deal with Azerbaijan; Saleh's VP Sworn In as Yemen's New President; U.S. Drone Strike Kills Four in Somalia; Egypt Postpones Trial of Pro-Democracy Activists; Israel Detains Palestinian Youth Activist Fadi Quran; NSA Seeks Power to Monitor Domestic Computer Networks; Romney Boasts of His Personal Car Fleet, Including His Wife's Cadillacs; ACLU Urges Fed Court to Block South Carolina Voter ID Law; BP Oil Spill Trial Postponed as Lawyers Negotiate Settlement; "Occupy Our Food Supply" Day of Action Planned; University of Virginia Students Enter Day Nine of Living Wage Hunger Strike; Chicago Factory to Remain Open for 90 Days After Worker Occupation; Spanish Court Clears Judge Garzón for Prosecuting Franco-Era Crimes; Nelson Mandela Released from Hospital; Iran and Pakistan Films Win First Academy Awards;$

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Season 2012, Episode 42 Tuesday, February 28, 2012

S2012 E42

Feb 28, 2012
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Tuesday, February 28, 2012 Feb 28, 2012 2012/02/28 Headlines: Report: Israel Won't Warn U.S. Before Striking Iranian Nuclear Sites; Syria: 20 Killed in Hama, 2 Journalists Smuggled to Safety; Report: Japan Concealed Full Dangers of Fukushima Nuclear Disaster; Police Dismantle Occupy London, Arrest 20 Activists; Workers in India Launch 24-Hour Strike to Demand Rights; Colombia: FARC Vows to Free Hostages, End Kidnappings; Supreme Court Hears Case on Corporate Liability for Rights Abuses Abroad; TransCanada to Build Oil Pipeline from Oklahoma to Texas; Voters in Michigan and Arizona Head to Polls for GOP Primary; General Electric Paid 2.3% Tax Rate on Tens of Billions in Profits; California: City of Stockton Verging on Bankruptcy; Murdoch Reporters Traded Cash for Info from Police, Officials; 2 Dead, 3 Injured in Ohio School Shooting; Judge Rejects Suit Against Agro Giant Monsanto; Rights Groups Fight Tennessee Bill Banning Talk of Homosexuality;$

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Season 2012, Episode 43 Wednesday, February 29, 2012

S2012 E43

Feb 29, 2012
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Wednesday, February 29, 2012 Feb 29, 2012 2012/02/29 Headlines: U.N.: Syria Uprising Toll Passes 7,500; 13 Activists Killed Helping Evacuate British Photographer from Syria; U.S. Drafts New U.N. Security Council Measure on Syria; U.N. Human Rights Chief Calls for ICC Probe of Syrian Officials; Romney Wins Arizona, Narrowly Edges Santorum in Michigan; Obama Issues Waivers for Indefinite Detention Law; British Charity Files Complaint to U.N. on CIA Pakistan Drone Strikes; Civilian Deaths Confirmed; Secret Stratfor Email: U.S. Has Sealed Indictment of Assange; 25 Arrested in Raids Targeting Hacker Group Anonymous; Egypt Claims Arrest of Top al-Qaeda Leader; Egyptian Judges Step Down from NGO Trial; OWS Protesters Hold "Reboot" Rally in New York; U.S. Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Corporate Abuses Case; Remains of 9/11 Victims Dumped in Pentagon Landfill; Virginia Senate Approves Ultrasound Requirement; Iowa State Senate Backs "Ag-Gag" Bill; Sharif Abdel Kouddous, Center for Media and Democracy Win Izzy Awards for Independent Media;$

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Season 2012, Episode 44 Thursday, March 01, 2012

S2012 E44

Mar 1, 2012
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Thursday, March 01, 2012 Mar 1, 2012 2012/03/01 Headlines: 12 Killed in Major Storms Through Midwest, South; North Korea to Halt Nuclear Tests in Return for U.S. Aid; 2 NATO Soldiers Shot Dead in Latest Afghan Attack; U.N. Human Rights Council Condemns Syria Crackdown; Egypt Lifts Travel Ban on Foreign NGO Workers; Haiti: Thousands Mark 8th Anniversary of Aristide Coup; James Murdoch Out as News International Chair; Israel Raids Palestinian TV Stations; WikiLeaks: DHS Monitored Occupy Wall Street; Judge Blocks Day Laborer Rule in Arizona Immigration Law; NJ Gov. Slams NYPD for Muslim Spying; Limbaugh Calls Student Birth Control Activist a "Slut"; Montana Judge Admits Sending "Racist" Email About Obama; Anti-Drone Activists Sentenced for Air Base Protest;$

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Season 2012, Episode 46 Monday, March 05, 2012

S2012 E46

Mar 5, 2012
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Monday, March 05, 2012 Mar 5, 2012 2012/03/05 Headlines: Monitors Question Fairness of Putin's Election in Russia; GOP Candidates Campaign Ahead of Super Tuesday; Romney Wins Washington; Obama Adviser Attends Super PAC Fundraising Meeting; Eric Holder to Defend Targeted Killings of U.S. Citizens; Kofi Annan to Visit Damascus; Syrian Troops Enter Daraa; Hugo Chávez Sends Solidarity to Assad, Syria; Obama to Host Netanyahu at White House; Ahmadinejad Suffers Political Setback in Parliamentary Elections; Aid Groups Criticize CIA for Fake Vaccination Campaign in Pakistan; 106 Dead After Militants Attack Yemeni Base; Commander: U.S. Forces in India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Maldives; BP Share Prices Rises After $7.8 Billion Oil Spill Settlement; Tornado Death Toll Reaches 39; Seven Companies Pull Ads from Rush Limbaugh Show; 33 Arrested in Virginia Protesting Ultrasound Law; Iraqi Gunmen Kill 27 Members of the Security Forces; Fatal Car Accident Shuts Down Oil Pipeline in Illinois; Coalition of Immokalee Workers Launches Six-Day Fast Outside Publix HQ;$

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Season 2012, Episode 47 Tuesday, March 06, 2012

S2012 E47

Mar 6, 2012
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Tuesday, March 06, 2012 Mar 6, 2012 2012/03/06 Headlines: Iran to Allow Nuclear Inspectors into Secret Military Complex; Obama Urges Netanyahu to Back Off on Military Threats Against Iran; Retired Generals Sign Open Letter Opposing War with Iran; Holder Defends Killing of U.S. Citizens Overseas; Death Toll in Attack on Yemeni Troops Tops 185; Voters Head to Polls in "Super Tuesday" Primaries; Russia: More than 600 Arrested for Protesting Putin’s Election; China’s Envoy to Press Syria for Ceasefire; Sen. John McCain Calls for Air Strikes Against Syria; White House Moves G8 Meeting from Chicago to Camp David; Fewer Gitmo Prisoners Rejoining Militant Groups than Previously Reported; Ecuador: 12 Arrested Inside Chinese Embassy for Protesting Copper Mine Deal; Thousands Protest Higher Education Cuts in California; Two Arrested in Idaho for Attempting to Block Passage of Tar Sands Equipment; Black Students Face Much Harsher Punishments in Public Schools;$

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Season 2012, Episode 48 Wednesday, March 07, 2012

S2012 E48

Mar 7, 2012
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Wednesday, March 07, 2012 Mar 7, 2012 2012/03/07 Headlines: Romney Claims Slim Ohio Victory in "Super Tuesday" Vote; Kucinich Loses Democratic Primary in New Ohio District; Vermont Towns Approve Challenge to Citizens United; U.S., Allies to Resume Nuclear Talks with Iran; Obama Challenges GOP Critics on Iran Military Strike; Panetta to AIPAC: U.S. Would Use Force Against Iran if Needed; Netanyahu Holds Talks with Congressional Leaders; Abandoned Israeli Mortar Kills 2 Palestinian Children; Syria: U.N. Humanitarian Chief Heads to Homs as China Pulls Workers; Obama Forecasts Downfall of Assad Regime in Syria; Avalanche Kills 42 in Northeastern Afghanistan; Central American Leaders to Debate Drug Legalization; Man Mistakenly Deported from U.S. Died in Honduras Prison Fire; Leaders in Eastern Libya to Seek Semi-Autonomy; 4 Soldiers Face Court-Martial in Death of Army Private Danny Chen; Judge Temporarily Blocks Wisconsin Voter ID Law; Thousands Join New York City Protest "Line" Against Unemployment;$

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Season 2012, Episode 49 Thursday, March 08, 2012

S2012 E49

Mar 8, 2012
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Thursday, March 08, 2012 Mar 8, 2012 2012/03/08 Headlines: Admin Orders Military Planning for Syria Intervention; Syrian Minister Defects from Assad Gov't; U.N. Humanitarian Chief Visits "Completely Destroyed" Neighborhood in Homs; 17 Killed in Iraq Attacks; 6 U.K. Soldiers Killed in Afghanistan; U.S. Probes Afghan Air Force for Drug, Weapons Trafficking; Egypt: Court Cancels Death Penalty for Sole Policeman Tried in Protest Deaths; Rollback of Reproductive Rights Advances in Multiple States; Cuba to Avoid OAS Meeting Following U.S. Objection; Report: Number of U.S. Hate Groups on the Rise; Lawsuit Seeks Voting Rights for California Prisoners; Stanford Convicted in $8 Billion Ponzi Scheme;$

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Season 2012, Episode 50 Friday, March 09, 2012

S2012 E50

Mar 9, 2012
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Friday, March 09, 2012 Mar 9, 2012 2012/03/09 Headlines: Report: U.S. Offers Israel Weapons to Stall Attack on Iran; Iran Accused of Covering Up Alleged Nuclear Site; Syrian Activists Reject Call for Assad Talks; Greece Secures Debt Relief to Obtain Bailout; Hundreds Rally for Palestinian Woman Prisoner on Hunger Strike; Senate Rejects Bid to Speed Keystone XL Pipeline Approval; DOJ Reviews NYPD Spying on Muslims; Report: NYPD Spied on 3rd-Generation Muslim Americans; Whistleblower: Bank of America Blocked Aid to Homeowners; Georgia Senate Passes Bill Requiring Drug Tests for Welfare; Haiti: Hundreds March to Demand Cholera Reparations;$

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Season 2012, Episode 51 Monday, March 12, 2012

S2012 E51

Mar 12, 2012
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Monday, March 12, 2012 Mar 12, 2012 2012/03/12 Headlines: 16 Afghan Civilians Massacred by U.S. Sergeant; 21 Palestinians in Gaza Die in Israeli Air Strikes; Memorials Mark First Anniversary of Japan's Nuclear Crisis; Santorum Wins in Kansas, Romney Takes Wyoming; AFL-CIO to Endorse Obama; Dozens Killed in Syria as Kofi Annan Leaves Without Deal on Truce; U.S. Drone Strikes in Yemen Kill 25; 100,000 March in Largest Bahraini Pro-Democracy Rally; Egyptian Military Court Acquits Doctor in Virginity Test Case; NAACP Seeks United Nations Help to Fight New Voting Laws in U.S.; Coalition of Immokalee Workers End Six-Day Fast for Fair Food; Nobel Prize-Winning Chemist Sherwood Rowland, 84, Dies;$

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Season 2012, Episode 52 Tuesday, March 13, 2012

S2012 E52

Mar 13, 2012
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Tuesday, March 13, 2012 Mar 13, 2012 2012/03/13 Headlines: Hundreds of Afghan Students Protest Massacre of 16 Civilians, Insurgents Fire on Gov’t Delegation; Obama: Afghan Massacre Made Him "More Determined" to Bring Troops Home; Alleged U.S. Shooter in Afghan Massacre Suffered Traumatic Brain Injury; 6 Killed in U.S. Drone Strike in Pakistan; Lawyers Prepare Lawsuit over Alleged British Role in Drone Attacks; Israel, Palestinians Agree to Ceasefire After 26 Palestinians Killed in Air Strikes; Voters Head to Polls for Republican Primaries in 3 States, American Samoa; Obama Administration Blocks Texas Voter ID Law; U.N. Will Send Human Rights Monitors to Syrian Border Countries; Former Penn. Gov. Rendell Subpoenaed for Ties to Iranian "Terrorist" Group; U.N. Rapporteur on Torture Decries U.S. Treatment of Bradley Manning; 96 More Companies Pull Ads from Rush Limbaugh's Program; British Police Arrest Rebekah Brooks, 5 Others in Murdoch Phone-Hacking Sweep; NRC: Fire at Nebraska Nuclear Plant Posed Serious Safety Risk; WTO: U.S. Illegally Subsidized Airplane Manufacturer Boeing; Report: Drinking Water in California Contaminated by Nitrates; World Water Forum Opens as U.N. Report Predicts Surging Demand for Water; Group Calls for Probe of Journalist Killings in Honduras After Murder of Radio Host;$

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Season 2012, Episode 53 Wednesday, March 14, 2012

S2012 E53

Mar 14, 2012
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Wednesday, March 14, 2012 Mar 14, 2012 2012/03/14 Headlines: Panetta Visits Afghanistan Following Massacre; Santorum Wins 2 Southern Primaries; Japan Earthquake Triggers Tsunami Warnings; IAEA Warns of Safety Risks from Aging Nuclear Plants; 4 Banks Fail Fed's Stress Test for Economic Crisis; Banks to Pay New York $25 Million for Mortgage Abuses; Guatemala: Soldier Deported from U.S. Convicted for 1982 Dos Erres Massacre; Congolese Rebel Leader Convicted in First Hague Trial; Cheney Cancels Canada Speech over Protest Fears;$

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Season 2012, Episode 54 Thursday, March 15, 2012

S2012 E54

Mar 15, 2012
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Thursday, March 15, 2012 Mar 15, 2012 2012/03/15 Headlines: Afghans Protest Removal of Massacre Suspect; Panetta Touts "Progress" During Afghanistan Visit; Syrian Gov't Intensifies Attacks on 1st Anniversary of Uprising; Assad Email Leak Reveals Inside Info on Syrian Regime; Obama: Window "Shrinking" for Iran Diplomacy; U.S.-South Korea "Free Trade" Deal Goes into Effect; Activists Protest Plans for Jeju Island Base as Demolitions Begin; U.S. Evangelist Sued for Homophobic Efforts in Uganda; Dozens Protest Romney Fundraiser in NYC; Goldman Sachs Exec Pens Scathing Resignation Letter;$

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Season 2012, Episode 55 Friday, March 16, 2012

S2012 E55

Mar 16, 2012
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Friday, March 16, 2012 Mar 16, 2012 2012/03/16 Headlines: Soldier Accused in Afghan Massacre Set for Transfer to Kansas as Details Emerge; Karzai Calls for U.S. Exit from Afghan Villages; Taliban Suspends Talks; Syria: 45 Killed in Idlib as U.N. Condemns "Indefensible" Crackdown; SWIFT Cuts Ties with Iranian Banks under E.U. Sanctions; U.S. to Resume Military Aid to Egypt; Manning Accused of Aiding Al-Qaeda; Romney, Bain Tied to Chinese Surveillance Company; Santorum: Puerto Rico Should Adopt English for Statehood; White House Questioned on Imprisoned Yemeni Journalist; Court Set to Overturn Rejection of $285 Million SEC-Citigroup Settlement; Dozens Protest Bank of America in "Fight BAC" Action; Blagojevich Begins 14-Year Prison Term for Corruption; Man Who Alleged Entrapment Plot Arrested by FBI; 2 Senators Slam Secret Gov’t Interpretation of USA <span class="caps">PATRIOT Act; Photographer Paula Lerner Dies at 52;$

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Season 2012, Episode 56 Monday, March 19, 2012

S2012 E56

Mar 19, 2012
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Monday, March 19, 2012 Mar 19, 2012 2012/03/19 Headlines: Syria: Gun Battle Rages in Damascus After Car Bombings Kill 27 People; U.S. IDs Suspect in Massacre of 16 Afghans as Karzai Alleges Multiple Shooters; Rights Groups Accuse U.S. of Sending Prisoners to Afghan Facility Despite Reports of Torture; NYC: Occupy Protesters Attempt to Reclaim Liberty Square; GOP Candidates Campaign in Illinois Ahead of Primary; Romney Wins in Puerto Rico; NATO Failed to Investigate Dozens of Civilian Killings in Libya, Reports Amnesty; Yemen: More than 2,000 Killed in Year-Long Protests; U.S. Man Shot Dead; Palestinian Prisoner Hana Shalabi Enters 33rd Day of Hunger Strike; France: Gunman Kills 3 Children and a Teacher at Jewish School; 911 Tapes Released from Trayvon Martin Shooting in Florida; Wisconsin: Senator's Resignation Ends Republican Majority; More than 20,000 Teachers Pink-Slipped in California; Brazilian Court Bars Exit of Chevron, Transocean Workers as Criminal Charges Prepared; George Clooney Arrested Protesting for Sudanese Aid Access; East Timorese President José Ramos-Horta Defeated in Country's 2nd Presidential Election; Indonesian Court Sentences 5 West Papuan Leaders to 3 Years in Prison; "Kony 2012" Maker Detained After Reportedly Running Naked in Streets; Mike Daisey Admits Fabrications in Play about Apple;$

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Season 2012, Episode 57 Tuesday, March 20, 2012

S2012 E57

Mar 20, 2012
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Tuesday, March 20, 2012 Mar 20, 2012 2012/03/20 Headlines: Pentagon War Game: Israeli Strike on Iran Would Lead to Regional War; Dozens Killed in Iraq on 9th Anniversary of U.S. Invasion; Illinois Primary Voters Head to Polls as Candidates Trade Barbs over Economy; FBI, <span class="caps">DOJ to Investigate Shooting Death of Trayvon Martin; Supreme Court Hears Case on Life Sentences for Juveniles; France Searches for Serial Gunman in Jewish School Attack; Lawyer: U.S. Soldier "Doesn’t Remember" Massacre of 16 Afghan Villagers; Pakistan Lawmakers Demand End to U.S. Drone Attacks, Apology for Deaths; Russia Announces Support for U.N. Resolution in Syria; Saudi Arabia Begins Aid to Syria Rebels; Human Rights Watch Uncovers Major Abuses by Syrian Rebel Groups; Libya Releases 2 British Journalists Who Exposed Militia Attacks; Dispute Emerges over Extradition of Libyan Intelligence Chief; Liberian President Sirleaf Defends Criminalization of Homosexuality; Chicago Rejects Protest Permit for NATO/G8 Group; Georgia Lawmakers Proposed Criminalizing Protests Outside CEO Homes; Students in Quebec Launch Strike to Protest Tuition Hikes; Report: Jewish Settlers Blocking Palestinian Access to West Bank Water Sources; Report: Women Pay $1 Billion More Each Year for Health Insurance; WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange to Run for Australian Senate;$

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Season 2012, Episode 58 Wednesday, March 21, 2012

S2012 E58

Mar 21, 2012
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Wednesday, March 21, 2012 Mar 21, 2012 2012/03/21 Headlines: Florida Grand Jury to Probe Killing of Trayvon Martin; Trayvon Martin Shooter Had History of Reporting Black Males; Romney Routs Santorum in Illinois; Afghan War General: No Immediate Decision on Troop Reductions; Lawyer: Accused Shooter Has No Memory of Afghan Massacre; U.S. Exempts Countries from Iran Sanctions; Palestinian Woman Hunger Striker Hospitalized; Bahrain Proceeds with Medics Trial; Mexico: Earthquake Near Oaxaca Damages Homes; California Prisoners Call for U.N. Investigation of Isolation Units; Occupy Activists Denounce NYC Police Crackdown; Supreme Court Bars State Workers from Suing over Medical Leave; FCC Paves Way for New Community Radio Stations;$

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Season 2012, Episode 59 Thursday, March 22, 2012

S2012 E59

Mar 22, 2012
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Thursday, March 22, 2012 Mar 22, 2012 2012/03/22 Headlines: Trayvon Martin’s Parents Join "Million Hoodie" March in NYC; Mississippi Teen Gets Life Sentence for Killing Black Man; Romney Aide Likens Platform to "Etch A Sketch"; U.N. Security Council Backs Syria Plan; Mali Soldiers Stage Coup, Suspend Constitution; Suspected Gunman Dies After Standoff in France; Clinton: Afghanistan, U.S. Nearing Deal on Night Raids; Oil Execs Face Charges for Brazil Spill; Colombian Troops Kill 39 FARC Rebels; U.S. Army Opens Review After PTSD Scandal; DHS Eyed Occupy, Anonymous Before Protests Began; Suspect Arrested in Firebombing of Texas State Senator's Office;$

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Season 2012, Episode 60 Friday, March 23, 2012

S2012 E60

Mar 23, 2012
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Friday, March 23, 2012 Mar 23, 2012 2012/03/23 Headlines: U.S. Soldier to Be Charged for Afghan Massacre; Death Toll at 17; 8,000 Rally for Trayvon Martin in Florida; Sanford Police Chief Temporarily Leaves Post; Touting Drilling Support, Obama Backs Southern Leg of Keystone XL; New Rules Allow Intel Officials to Retain Info on U.S. Citizens; U.N. Security Council Condemns Mali Coup; Activists: 40 Killed in Syria Crackdown; U.N. Panel to Probe Israeli Settlements; Gen. Allen: U.S. Needs "Significant Combat Power" in Afghanistan; Over 200,000 Students Protest Tuition Hikes in Quebec; Over 130 Arrested in Rally for Closure of Vermont Yankee Nuclear Plant; Civil Rights Attorney John Payton Dead at 65;$

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Season 2012, Episode 61 Monday, March 26, 2012

S2012 E61

Mar 26, 2012
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Monday, March 26, 2012 Mar 26, 2012 2012/03/26 Headlines: Supreme Court to Hear Healthcare Law Arguments; Jesse Jackson Describes Trayvon Martin as a "Martyr"; Obama: "If I Had a Son, He'd Look Like Trayvon"; Trayvon Martin Protester: End This War Against Black Men; Senegalese President Wade Defeated in Runoff Election; Afghan Soldier Reportedly Kills Two NATO Troops; U.S. Pays Out $866,000 to Relatives of Afghan Massacre Victims; U.S. Military: No Officers Will Be Disciplined over Pakistani Bombing; U.S., Turkey Discuss Sending Non-Lethal Aid to Syrian Rebels; Pope Benedict Heads to Cuba After Trip to Mexico; Obama Nominates Jim Yong Kim to Head World Bank; Santorum Wins Louisiana Primary; NYPD Undercover Monitored Progressive Groups Across United States; Guatemala Hosts Summit on Drug Legalization; Iraqi Woman Dies in California After Brutal Beating; Judge Reverses EPA Decision on Mountaintop Removal Mining Permit; NYPD Detective Fired, Three Others Forced to Retire in Sean Bell Case;$

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Season 2012, Episode 62 Tuesday, March 27, 2012

S2012 E62

Mar 27, 2012
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Tuesday, March 27, 2012 Mar 27, 2012 2012/03/27 Headlines: Annan: Syria Accepts U.N. Peace Proposal, Rebels Reject It; Poll: 69% of Americans Oppose War in Afghanistan; Afghan Security Services Kill Three Foreign Soldiers; Supreme Courts Hears Oral Arguments in Review of Healthcare Law; 10,000 March in Sanford Calling for Arrest of George Zimmerman; World Leaders Hold Summit on Nuclear Security; U.S. &amp; Australia Discuss Increasing Military Ties; Israel Ends Contacts with U.N. Human Rights Council; Marwan Barghouti Calls for Palestinian Resistance Against Israel; Hana Shalabi Enters 41st Day of Hunger Strike; Pope Benedict Celebrates Mass in Santiago, Cuba; Amnesty: Executions Jump Worldwide, U.S. in Top Five; New Mexican Activists Call for Probe of Albuquerque Police; LAPD Officer Accused of Racial Profiling; Financial Emergency Declared in Detroit; 36 Arrested Outside Sallie Mae HQ at Student Loan Protest; Three Rural Brazilian Activists Killed;$

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Season 2012, Episode 63 Wednesday, March 28, 2012

S2012 E63

Mar 28, 2012
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Wednesday, March 28, 2012 Mar 28, 2012 2012/03/28 Headlines: Supreme Court in Final Day of Healthcare Hearings; Report: Detective Sought Charges in Trayvon Martin Killing; Trayvon Martin's Parents Address Hate Crimes Panel; EPA Proposes Greenhouse Gas Limits for Power Plants; Afghan Soldiers Arrested for Plotting Defense Ministry Attack; Former Polish Intel Head Charged for Role in Secret CIA Prison; Syria: Dozens Killed Despite Ceasefire Proposal; Gas Could Flow for 6 Months in North Sea Leak; Scientists Warn Global Warming Damage Will Soon Be Irreversible; Arizona Senate Votes to Ban Abortion After 20 Weeks; Christian Militia Members Acquitted of Conspiracy; Jailed Environmentalist Moved to Isolated Cell; U.S. Judge Bars Import of Death Penalty Drug; Gingrich Scales Back Campaign After Losses; Report Finds Human Rights Abuses Near U.S.-Mexico Border; JetBlue Pilot’s Breakdown Prompts Emergency Landing; ACLU: <span class="caps">FBI Illegally Monitored Muslim Religious Activity; NY Food Coop Rejects Israel Boycott Proposal;$

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Season 2012, Episode 64 Thursday, March 29, 2012

S2012 E64

Mar 29, 2012
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Thursday, March 29, 2012 Mar 29, 2012 2012/03/29 Headlines: Supreme Court Concludes Healthcare Hearings; Video Casts New Doubt on Zimmerman’s Self-Defense Claim; Rep. Bobby Rush Ejected from House Floor for Donning Hoodie; Arab League Backs Annan's Syria Plan; Study: Major Increase in U.S. Attacks in Yemen; U.S. Halts Food Aid to North Korea; ECOWAS Leaders Head to Mali amid Pro-Coup Rallies; Clashes End Between Sudan, South Sudan After Summit Canceled; Report: Afghan Women Persecuted for Fleeing Abuse; Oklahoma Judge Rejects Ultrasound Law; House Panel Approves 2 Anti-Abortion Bills; Poet, Social Critic Adrienne Rich Dies at 82;$

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Season 2012, Episode 65 Friday, March 30, 2012

S2012 E65

Mar 30, 2012
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Friday, March 30, 2012 Mar 30, 2012 2012/03/30 Headlines: Senate Rejects Stripping Oil Company Tax Breaks; House Passes Controversial Budget Plan; Workers in Spain Stage Massive General Strike; Thousands Honor Tibetan Activist Dead from Self-Immolation; Israel Cracks Down on Palestinian "Land Day" Protesters; Hana Shalabi Ends Hunger Strike; Judge Backs Permit Denial for NATO Antiwar Rally in Chicago; Journalists, Activists Challenge NDAA in Federal Suit; Republican Governors Defend "Pink Slime" Meat Product; Apple, Foxconn to Address Worker Conditions in China; Death of Homeless Woman in St. Louis Jail Draws Scrutiny; Son of Shooting Victim Kenneth Chamberlain Meets with Prosecutors;$

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Season 2012, Episode 66 Monday, April 02, 2012

S2012 E66

Apr 2, 2012
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Monday, April 02, 2012 Apr 2, 2012 2012/04/02 Headlines: U.S. Joins $100 Million Pledge for Syrian Rebels; Suu Kyi Wins Burmese Parliament Bid; Mali Rebels Seize Timkuktu; Thousands March for Trayvon Martin in Florida; Trayvon's Family Seeks Probe of Police for Overruling Investigator; Expert: Cries on 911 Call Aren't George Zimmerman's; White Plains Mayor Apologizes for Police Killing of Kenneth Chamberlain; Occupy Activists March on Stock Exchange, Brooklyn Bridge; NRC Approves New Nuclear Reactors in South Carolina; Experts: Fukushima Radiation Hits Record Levels; Report: Cellphone Tracking Widespread in U.S.; British Gov't Seeks Sweeping Surveillance Powers; Iraqi-American Woman Beaten to Death in U.S. Buried in Iraq; Hunger-Striking Palestinian Prisoner Arrives in Gaza to Begin Forced Exile; Hundreds Arrested in Protest at NATO Headquarters; Santorum Vows to Remain in Race Ahead of Wisconsin Primary; Bluegrass Legend Earl Scruggs Dead at 88; Anti-Nuclear Activist Roger Molander Dead at 71;$

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Season 2012, Episode 67 Tuesday, April 03, 2012

S2012 E67

Apr 3, 2012
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Tuesday, April 03, 2012 Apr 3, 2012 2012/04/03 Headlines: Shooter Kills 7 at Christian College in California; Obama Urges "Unelected" Justices Not to Overturn Healthcare Law; Supreme Court Approves Strip-Searches for All Arrestees; New Santorum Ads Compares Romney to Obama; Planned Parenthood Clinic Firebombed in Wisconsin; Thousands of Immigrants Arrested in Nationwide ICE Raids; Syria Vows to Withdraw Military Units from Towns; U.N. Security Council Meets on Mali Crisis; Colombia: FARC Rebels Release 10 Hostages; Eurozone Unemployment Hits Highest Rate in 13 Years; Half of Irish Homeowners Boycott Tax in Anti-Austerity Protest; Feds Raid Medical Marijuana Properties in California; Occupy San Francisco Activists Seize Building, Dozens Arrested; Denver City Council Mulls Camping Ban That May Target Homeless; South Korea Denies Entry to Greenpeace Staffers;$

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Season 2012, Episode 68 Wednesday, April 04, 2012

S2012 E68

Apr 4, 2012
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Wednesday, April 04, 2012 Apr 4, 2012 2012/04/04 Headlines: Obama Slams "Radical" GOP Budget as "Thinly Veiled Social Darwinism"; Romney Wins Primaries in Wisconsin, Maryland and D.C.; U.N. Team Heads to Syria for Talks on Ceasefire Monitoring; U.S., Afghanistan Nearing Deal on Night Raids; 200 Marines Arrive in Australia in Buildup of U.S. Presence; Florida Lawmaker Launches Review of "Stand Your Ground" Law; Memo Reveals Dissent in Bush Administration over Torture; ICC Rejects Call for Probe of Israeli War Crimes in Gaza; James Murdoch Resigns as Chair of BSkyB; DOJ Threatens to Sue Controversial Sheriff Joe Arpaio; Greenpeace Calls for End to Arctic Oil Exploration After North Sea Gas Leak; Tornadoes Destroy Homes in Texas; Japan Braves Major Storm; Police Pepper-Spray California Students Protesting Two-Tiered Tuition; Transgender Woman Allowed Back into Beauty Contest; Sculptor, Printmaker Elizabeth Catlett Dead at 96;$

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Season 2012, Episode 69 Thursday, April 05, 2012

S2012 E69

Apr 5, 2012
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Thursday, April 05, 2012 Apr 5, 2012 2012/04/05 Headlines: Syrian Troops Launch New Attacks as Annan Heads to Damascus; Afghanistan: U.S. Soldiers, Afghan Police Killed in 2 Attacks as Senator Urges Exit; 9/11 Suspect Khalid Sheikh Mohammed to Face Guantánamo Tribunal; Greece: Retiree’s Suicide Sparks Protest over Economy; WTO Rules Against U.S. Effort to Discourage Underage Smoking; New Orleans Police Sentenced for Post-Katrina Shootings, Cover-Up; Clinton Warns Window for Iran Diplomacy Is "Not Infinite"; U.S. Drone Crashes in Seychelles; U.S. Eases Burma Sanctions After Election; Chile Approves Plan for Hydroelectric Dams; Obama Signs Ban on Insider Trading by Congress; Obama to Sign Pro-Corporate JOBS Act; Yahoo to Fire 2,000 Workers in Sixth Mass Layoff in 4 Years; Board to Oversee Detroit’s Finances Despite Union Complaints; Videos Show Blackwater Guards Running Down Woman in Iraq; 11 Attorneys General Support Amendment to Overturn Citizens United; OWS Charges Dropped Against <span class="caps">NYC City Council Member Ydanis Rodríguez;$

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Season 2012, Episode 70 Friday, April 06, 2012

S2012 E70

Apr 6, 2012
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Friday, April 06, 2012 Apr 6, 2012 2012/04/06 Headlines: Refugees Flee as Syrian Crisis Deepens, Despite Peace Plan; Tuareg Rebels Declare Independence from Mali; Hersh: U.S. Trained Iranian "Terrorist" Group in Nevada; Greece: Police Fire Tear Gas as Protesters Blame Gov’t for Retiree’s Suicide; Radioactive Water Leaks from Japan’s Fukushima Plant; U.N. Commissioner Calls for Probe of Trayvon Martin Killing; Coke, Pepsi Leave Koch-Funded ALEC; CIA Whistleblower Charged Under Espionage Act; Murdoch’s Sky News Admits Hacking Emails; Tucson Mexican-American Studies Teacher Wins Award, Still Under Fire; New Orleans Saints Coach Told Players to Injure Opponents; Police Force Black Baseball Star to Present ID at Gunpoint in His Own Home; Pioneering African-American Journalist Gil Noble Dead at 80;$

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Season 2012, Episode 71 Monday, April 09, 2012

S2012 E71

Apr 9, 2012
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Monday, April 09, 2012 Apr 9, 2012 2012/04/09 Headlines: Ceasefire in Syria Appears to Be in Jeopardy; Report: CIA Operating Drone Flights Over Iran; Three Dead, Two Injured in Tulsa Shooting Spree Targeting Black Residents; Afghan Residents Question Deal on Night Raids; Daughter of Greek Suicide Victim: "Bestiality of Capitalism Unacceptable"; NOAA: U.S. Records Warmest March Ever, 8.6 Degrees Above Normal; Mountain Nations Gather to Address Climate Change; Sony to Slash 10,000 Jobs; Weak Jobs Report: 120,000 Created in March; Bahrain Refuses to Extradite Activist on Hunger Strike; Ex-Egyptian Spy Chief to Run for President; Israel Bars Visit by Nobel Laureate Günter Grass; U.S. Border Agents Repeatedly Detain, Question U.S. Filmmaker; Police Arrest 12 Occupy Minneapolis Activists; Chinese Dissident Fang Lizhi, 76, Dies; &#39;60 Minutes&#39; Broadcaster Mike Wallace, 93, Dies;$

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Season 2012, Episode 72 Tuesday, April 10, 2012

S2012 E72

Apr 10, 2012
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Tuesday, April 10, 2012 Apr 10, 2012 2012/04/10 Headlines: Hopes for Syrian Ceasefire Recede amid Gov’t Shellings; Syrian Refugee Recounts Military Attacks on Civilians; Afghanistan: Despite Deal, U.S. to Continue Night Raids Without Approval; European Court: Britain Can Send Terror Suspects to U.S.; Wells Fargo Ordered to Pay $3.1 Million for Mortgage Abuses; Report: 26 Major U.S. Companies Paid No Income Tax for 4 Years; Lawyer for Pakistani Drone Victims Denied U.S. Visa; Prosecutor: No Grand Jury for Trayvon Martin Shooter George Zimmerman; George Zimmerman Launches Defense Website; Fox Criticized for Calling Neo-Nazis a "Civil Rights Group"; Police: White Shooters Confessed to Killing Black People in Tulsa; Chicago: Lawsuit Launched over Shooting Death of Unarmed Woman by Off-Duty Cop; Lawyer: Autopsy Shows Kenneth Chamberlain Did Not Have Weapon; Brazilian President Criticizes U.S. Monetary Policy in White House Visit; Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker Privately Signs Anti-Abortion, Sex Ed Laws; California: Toxic Chemicals Found in Mislabeled Nail Polish; EPA Denies Bid to Revoke Controversial Weed Killer 2,4-D;$

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Season 2012, Episode 73 Wednesday, April 11, 2012

S2012 E73

Apr 11, 2012
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Wednesday, April 11, 2012 Apr 11, 2012 2012/04/11 Headlines: Indian Ocean on Tsunami Alert After Indonesia Earthquake; Santorum Drops Bid for GOP Nomination; Obama Touts "Buffett" Tax on Wealthiest Americans; Syria: Violence Continues Ahead of Ceasefire Deadline; Syrian Refugees Flood Turkey; Official Warns of Impact on Iraq; North Korea Draws Warnings for Rocket Launch; 1.5 Million Children Face Starvation in West Africa; Lawsuit Challenges Nevada Same-Sex Marriage Ban; Defense Lawyer Drops Trayvon Martin Shooter George Zimmerman; Michigan Teacher Fired for Trayvon Martin Fundraiser; McDonald’s, Gates Foundation Cut Ties to Right-wing ALEC; Arizona Prosecutor, Arpaio Ally Disbarred for Politically Motivated Cases; Tucson Mexican American Studies Program Head Fired; MLB Team Suspends Manager for Castro Comments;$

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Season 2012, Episode 74 Thursday, April 12, 2012

S2012 E74

Apr 12, 2012
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Thursday, April 12, 2012 Apr 12, 2012 2012/04/12 Headlines: Zimmerman Arrested, Charged with 2nd-Degree Murder; Syria Ceasefire Begins, But Troops Still in Civilian Areas; Major Clashes Erupt Between Sudan and South Sudan; Interim President Takes Office in Mali; Connecticut Lawmakers Vote to Abolish Death Penalty; Audio: Man Killed by North Chicago Police Begged for His Life; Immigrants Ambushed, Killed by Armed Militia in Arizona; Report Condemns Police Pepper-Spraying at UC Davis; Video: Teenager Electrically Shocked at School for Disabled; Supreme Court Case May Challenge Citizens United; DOJ Sues Apple, Publishers over E-Book Pricing; Bangladeshi Labor Activist Tortured, Murdered; Algerian Independence Leader Ahmed Ben Bella Dead at 93;$

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Season 2012, Episode 75 Friday, April 13, 2012

S2012 E75

Apr 13, 2012
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Friday, April 13, 2012 Apr 13, 2012 2012/04/13 Headlines: North Korea Rocket Launch Fails; Rallies Test Syrian Ceasefire After Scattered Violence; U.S. Joins Iran Nuclear Talks in Turkey; Pakistani Parliament Demands End to U.S. Strikes; FIA Proceeds with Bahrain Car Race; U.S. Voices "Concern" for Jailed Hunger Striker; Egyptian Protesters Oppose Election Role for Mubarak Loyalists; Zimmerman Makes 1st Court Appearance in Trayvon Killing; Chicago Police to Use LRAD Sound Cannons at <span class="caps">NATO Protests; Scores Arrested Protesting Closure of Chicago Health Clinics; Admin Withdraws Executive Order Barring Anti-LGBTQ Discrimination; Justice Dept. Files 1st Indictment for Anti-LGBTQ Attack Under Hate Crimes Law; Mars Inc. Latest Company to Cut ALEC Ties; Planned Parenthood Sues Texas for State Ban; U.S. Reaches $1B Settlement in Native Land Trust Cases; Prisoner Sentenced to 17 Years Despite Free Speech Claims;$

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Season 2012, Episode 76 Monday, April 16, 2012

S2012 E76

Apr 16, 2012
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Monday, April 16, 2012 Apr 16, 2012 2012/04/16 Headlines: Afghan Militants Stage 18-Hour Assault on Kabul; U.N. to Send Observers to Monitor Syria Ceasefire; Breivik Admits Killing 77 in Norwegian Massacre, Claims Self-Defense; Iran Nuke Talks Described as "Constructive and Useful"; Israel Disrupts "Flytilla"; Dozens of Pro-Palestinians Detained; Hate Crime Charges Filed in Tulsa Shooting Spree; Romney to NRA: "I Will Protect the Second Amendment"; "King of Bollywood" Detained Again at U.S. Airport; Bahrain Activists Protest Formula 1 Grand Prix Race; Ex-Argentine Dictator Acknowledges Deaths, Disappearances; Israeli Officer Suspended for Assaulting Pro-Palestinian Activist; Rep. Ed Towns Opts Not to Seek Re-election; 100 Tornadoes Hit Midwest; Five Killed; Heat Warning Issued Ahead of Boston Marathon;$

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Season 2012, Episode 77 Tuesday, April 17, 2012

S2012 E77

Apr 17, 2012
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Tuesday, April 17, 2012 Apr 17, 2012 2012/04/17 Headlines: Increased Shelling by Syrian Gov’t Threatens Ceasefire; Australia to Withdraw Troops Early from Afghanistan; Norwegian Anti-Muslim Killer Says He Would Commit Attack Again; Senate Republicans Block "Buffett" Tax on Wealthiest Americans; Jim Yong Kim Named Head of World Bank, Maintains U.S. Lock on Post; Palestinian Prisoners Launch Massive Hunger Strike in Israeli Jails; Candidates Appeal Ban from Egyptian Presidential Race; Amnesty Report Slams Bahrain for Human Rights Abuses; Japan’s Last Nuclear Plant to Shut Down Next Month; U.S.-Filipino Military Exercise Draws Protests in the Philippines; Argentina Moves to Nationalize Major Oil Company; Taur Matan Ruak Elected Third President of East Timor Since Independence; FCC Fines Google $25,000 for Impeding Probe of Data-Collection Practices; OWS Activists Arrested at Foreclosure Auction, Near Stock Exchange; AP Wins Pulitzer for NYPD Muslim Spying Series; Manning Marable Wins for Malcolm X Book; Alaskan, Kenyan Activists Among 6 Winners of Goldman Environmental Prize;$

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Season 2012, Episode 78 Wednesday, April 18, 2012

S2012 E78

Apr 18, 2012
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Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Apr 18, 2012 2012/04/18 Headlines: Thousands Protest Income Inequality in Occupy Tax Day Protests; Citigroup Shareholders Reject Massive Pay Package for CEO; Obama Unveils Oil Market Regulation, But Spares Financial Speculators; ALEC Drops Push for "Stand Your Ground," Voter ID Laws; Court Upholds Arizona Voter ID Measure; Syria: U.N. to Deploy More Monitors as Gov’t Continues Attacks on Rebel Areas; Palestinians Mark Prisoners’ Day as Hunger Striker Released; Burmese Leader Suu Kyi to Make First Foreign Trip in 24 Years; Report: DOJ Withheld Evidence that May Have Exonerated Prisoners; Supreme Court Weighs Retroactive Use of Fair Sentencing Drug Law; Data: Welfare Drug Testing Strains, Rather Than Boosts, State Budgets; Nobel Peace Laureate Withdraws from Summit over U.S. Role; Settlement Reached for Toxic Hurricane Trailers; Zimmerman Defense Makes Bid for Judge’s Recusal; Secret Service Investigates Ted Nugent for Obama Threats;$

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Season 2012, Episode 79 Thursday, April 19, 2012

S2012 E79

Apr 19, 2012
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Thursday, April 19, 2012 Apr 19, 2012 2012/04/19 Headlines: CIA Seeks Widened Authority for Yemen Drone Strikes; New Photos Show U.S. Soldiers Posing with Dead Afghans; India Tests Long-Range Nuclear Missile; Iraq: Dozens Killed in Massive Wave of Attacks; Bahraini Forces Crack Down on Protesters Ahead of Auto Race; Activists Demand Release of Bahraini Hunger Striker; Ban Accuses Syria's Assad of Flouting Ceasefire; Israeli Minister Admits Ahmadinejad Never Said Israel Should Be "Wiped Off the Map"; Honduran Farmworkers Launch Occupation for Land Rights; GOP House Panel Votes to Slash Food Aid Programs; EPA Issues First-Ever Curbs on Fracking Air Pollution; Multi-Billion-Dollar BP Settlement Outlined in Court Filings; Florida Judge Leaves Trayvon Martin Case After Complaints by Zimmerman Team; UC Davis Police Chief Resigns over Pepper-Spraying; 3 Secret Service Agents Forced Out in Prostitution Scandal; Portland Man Strips Naked to Protest Airport Screening;$

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Season 2012, Episode 80 Friday, April 20, 2012

S2012 E80

Apr 20, 2012
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Friday, April 20, 2012 Apr 20, 2012 2012/04/20 Headlines: Chinese Prisoners Freed from Guantánamo 4 Years After Judge Demanded Release; Clinton Pushes Harsher Sanctions Against Syria; U.N.’s Ban Slams Lack of Progress in Syria; Shooter George Zimmerman to Appear in Bond Hearing; KFC, Taco Bell Owner Latest to Drop <span class="caps">ALEC; Cop Who Called Shooting Victim Kenneth Chamberlain Sr. a Racial Slur ID’d, Accused in Prior Case; Federal Regulators OK Domestic Drone Use for DHS, Police, Military, Private Firms; FBI Seizes Riseup Email Network Server; Study: No Evidence Death Penalty Deters Future Violent Crimes; Vermont Backs Anti-Citizens United Amendment; Study: 1 in 4 Americans Under 65 Had No Health Insurance Last Year; E.U. Agrees to Share Passenger Info with Homeland Security; Pro-Democracy Protests Continue in Bahrain Ahead of Auto Race; Democrats Rallying Behind Keystone XL Oil Pipeline; Murdoch Phone-Hacking Scandal Grows in U.S.; On BP Oil Spill’s 2nd Anniversary, Toxic Legacy Remains in Mutated Sea Life; Levon Helm, Musician in The Band, Dead at 71;$

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Season 2012, Episode 81 Monday, April 23, 2012

S2012 E81

Apr 23, 2012
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Monday, April 23, 2012 Apr 23, 2012 2012/04/23 Headlines: George Zimmerman Released from Jail on $150,000 Bail; U.S. to Impose Sanctions for Technology-Aided Human Rights Abuses; U.N. Security Council Agrees to Deploy 300 Observers to Syria; Report: U.S. to Defend Afghanistan Until 2014; Anti-Government Bahraini Protester Dies as Demonstrations Continue; Wal-Mart Faces Bribery Scandal in Mexico; ALEC's Charity Status Challenged by Watchdog Group; French Socialist Candidate Beats Sarkozy in First Round Vote; Sudanese War Planes Bomb South Sudan Oil State; North Carolina's Racial Justice Act Leads to Death Penalty Commutation; United Nations to Probe Plight of Native Americans; 33 Anti-Drone Protesters Arrested Outside Hancock Air Field Base; Study: Sunday Talk Shows Have Conservative, White, Male Skew; Chuck Colson, Nixon's Hatchet Man, Dies at 80;$

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Season 2012, Episode 82 Tuesday, April 24, 2012

S2012 E82

Apr 24, 2012
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Tuesday, April 24, 2012 Apr 24, 2012 2012/04/24 Headlines: Sudan Accused of Declaring War Against Southern Neighbor; 54 Syrian Civilians, 3 Intel Officers Killed in Nationwide Violence; DOJ Probing Wal-Mart for Reported Bribes in Mexico; New U.S. Sanctions Target "Digital Guns for Hire" in Syria, Iran; Critics Decry Proposed CISPA Cyber-Security Bill Granting "Unfettered Access" to Online Info; Judge OKs Subpoena of OWS Protester’s Twitter Records; Pentagon Launches New Spy Unit to Focus on Iran, China; Sanford Commission Rejects Resignation of Police Chief in Trayvon Martin Case; White Men Charged in Beating of Black Teen Seek Trial Delay After Trayvon Martin Comparisons; Supreme Court Rejects Bid by Nigerians to Hold Chevron Accountable for Murders; Amnesty: Shell Oil Spill in Nigeria at Least 60 Times Larger Than Reported; USA Today Alleges Retaliation for Pentagon Propaganda Investigation; Merck Fined $321 Million for Improper Vioxx Marketing; Disability Rights Group Protests Medicaid Cuts, More Than 100 Arrested; 10 Arrested Protesting Planned Closure of Chicago Mental Health Clinics; California Voters to Consider Death Penalty Referendum; Protest Outside DOJ Planned on Prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal’s 58th Birthday;$

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Season 2012, Episode 83 Wednesday, April 25, 2012

S2012 E83

Apr 25, 2012
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Wednesday, April 25, 2012 Apr 25, 2012 2012/04/25 Headlines: Romney Seals GOP Bid with Primary Wins; Bradley Manning Lawyers Request Dismissal in WikiLeaks Case; Reports: Syrian Troops Target Protesters After U.N. Monitors Depart; Pakistan Tests Nuclear-Capable Missile; Israel Legalizes West Bank Settlement Outposts; Israeli Lawmakers Pose for Mocking Photo on Evicted Palestinian Family’s Sofa; Study: More Mexicans Now Leaving the U.S. Than Arriving; Supreme Court Hears Challenge to Arizona Anti-Immigrant Law; BP Engineer Faces First-Ever Criminal Charges for Oil Spill; First U.S. Mad Cow Case in 6 Years Found in California; Hundreds Protest Wells Fargo Meeting, 24 Arrested; Chicago Activists Decry Limits on Planned NATO Protests; U.S. Grants Visa to Pakistani Lawyer for Drone Victims; DOJ Denies Bid to Reopen Probe of Kent State Shootings;$

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Season 2012, Episode 84 Thursday, April 26, 2012

S2012 E84

Apr 26, 2012
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Thursday, April 26, 2012 Apr 26, 2012 2012/04/26 Headlines: U.S. Approves Expansive Drone Strikes in Yemen; Military Judge Rejects Dismissal of Manning Charges, Sets Trial Date; Supreme Court Weighs Arizona Anti-Immigrant Law; Connecticut Abolishes Death Penalty for Future Cases; Ex-Liberian President Taylor Convicted of War Crimes; Up to 69 Killed in Syria Blast; Israeli General Doubts Iran Seeking Nukes; Murdoch Appears Before U.K. Phone-Hacking Panel; Mexico Probes Wal-Mart Bribery Claims; Protests Held Nationwide as Student Debt Hits $1 Trillion; Occupy Activists Protest GE Shareholders Meeting; Senate Backs Postal Service Debt Bill; Pentagon Orders Review for Anti-Islam Material; 60 Evacuated Following Wyoming Gas Blowout; Transgender African-American Woman Faces Controversial Murder Trial; ACT UP Activists Detained at 25th Anniversary Protest;$

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Season 2012, Episode 85 Friday, April 27, 2012

S2012 E85

Apr 27, 2012
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Friday, April 27, 2012 Apr 27, 2012 2012/04/27 Headlines: House Passes Cyber Security Bill with Expanded Gov't Powers in Surprise Vote; U.S. and Japan Reach Okinawa Deal to Decrease Military Presence; 4 U.S. Soldiers Killed in Afghanistan; Secret Service Probes New Prostitution Claims; Sex Worker Accuses U.S. Staffers of Assault in Brazil; Clashes Break Out at Funeral for Bahraini Protester; Palestinians March in West Bank as Hunger Strike Grows; Biden Slams Romney on Foreign Policy; Paraplegic Chicago Man Sues Police for Alleged Abuse; Court Overturns Controversial Sentence of Black Mayor in Louisiana; Lawyer: Zimmerman Raises Over $200,000 for Defense; Study: Global Warming Accelerating Evaporation and Rainfall over Oceans; Student Protests Escalate in Chile, Quebec; New York City Unions, OWS Activists and Immigrant Rights Groups to Stage May Day Protests; Tens of Thousands in Norway Sing Peace Song Derided by Massacre Suspect;$

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Season 2012, Episode 86 Monday, April 30, 2012

S2012 E86

Apr 30, 2012
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Monday, April 30, 2012 Apr 30, 2012 2012/04/30 Headlines: Labor, Occupy Prepare for May Day Protests; Report: Banks, Police Share Occupy Monitoring; Hundreds March on New York Stock Exchange; Twin Bombings Hit Syrian City of Idlib; Bahrain Orders Retrial for 21 Activists; Egyptian Protester Killed in Anti-Military Protest; Chinese Activist Under U.S. Protection After Escaping House Arrest; Ex-Israeli Spy Chief: Iran Threats Driven by "Messianic" Israeli Leadership; British Grocer Expands Israeli Settlement Boycott; Tens of Thousands Protest Austerity as Spain Falls into Recession; Probe: No Intelligence Gains Through Torture Techniques; Ex-CIA Interrogator: Obama Policy is to "Kill All Prisoners"; Judge Rejects Bail Hike for Zimmerman; Thousands of Indigenous People Attend Gathering of Nations; Obama Mocks GOP Challengers at White House Correspondents' Dinner; L.A. Marks 20 Years Since Rodney King Riots;$

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Season 2012, Episode 87 Tuesday, May 01, 2012

S2012 E87

May 1, 2012
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Tuesday, May 01, 2012 May 1, 2012 2012/05/01 Headlines: British Parliament: Rupert Murdoch Not Fit to Run Media Company; Obama Adviser John Brennan Confirms Targeted Drone Killings Overseas; Activist Medea Benjamin Disrupts Brennan Drone Speech; Brennan, Romney Defend Bin Laden Killing on 1st Anniversary; Massive Global Protests Planned to Mark May Day; NYPD Visits Occupy Activists at Home Before May Day Actions; Trial Begins for 20 Arrested in NYPD "Stop and Frisk" Protest; Charlotte Police Given New Search Powers Ahead of Protests; NYC Pension Funds to Target Wal-Mart Directors in Shareholder Vote; Syrian Gov’t Shelling Kills 7 in Ongoing Violence; Murdered Investigative Reporter Regina Martínez Mourned in Mexico; Quebec Student Strikers Reject Gov’t Compromise on Tuition Hikes; 5 Arrested in Ongoing Protests Against Chicago Clinic Closures; Detroit Students Start "Freedom School" After Being Suspended for Protest; Tomas Borge Martínez, Last Sandinista Founder, Dead at 81;$

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Season 2012, Episode 88 Wednesday, May 02, 2012

S2012 E88

May 2, 2012
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Wednesday, May 02, 2012 May 2, 2012 2012/05/02 Headlines: May Day Protests Held Worldwide; Dozens Arrested in U.S.; Obama Pays Surprise Visit to Afghanistan; 11 Killed in Egypt Clashes; Chinese Activist Released from Hiding in Beijing; Watchdog Asks FCC to Revoke News Corp. Licenses in U.S.; Bolivia Nationalizes Spanish-Owned Electrical Firm; U.S. Citizen Convicted for Planning NYC Subway Bombing; 5 Cleveland Activists Arrested for Informant-Abetted Bombing Plot; Order Blocking De-funding of Planned Parenthood is Reversed; Gay Romney Spokesperson Forced to Resign; Exposé on Immigrant Children Among Recipients of Hillman Journalism Prize;$

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Season 2012, Episode 89 Thursday, May 03, 2012

S2012 E89

May 3, 2012
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Thursday, May 03, 2012 May 3, 2012 2012/05/03 Headlines: Syrian Forces Kill 4 Students; HRW Alleges Mass Killings as U.N. Talks Began; Palestinian Hunger Strikers Near Death as Solidarity Protests Continue; Israeli Military Clears Soldiers in Killings of Gaza Relatives; Report: U.S. Accepts Israeli Request to Thwart U.N. Probe of Settlements; Freed Chinese Activist Asks to Enter U.S.; Pro-Democracy Leader Suu Kyi Takes Seat in Burmese Parliament; Neo-Nazi Kills 4, Takes Own Life in Phoenix Rampage; Transgender African-American Woman Accepts Manslaughter Plea in Controversial Case; DEA Apologizes to Student Who Nearly Died in Custody; Court Dismisses Torture Memo Suit Against John Yoo; Obama Administration Seeks to Ease Weapons Export Rules; Zimmerman Made Disparaging Remarks About Mexicans on MySpace Page; Georgia Enacts 20-Week Abortion Ban; Gingrich Suspends Presidential Campaign; Methodists Reject Proposal to Join Israeli Boycott;$

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Season 2012, Episode 90 Friday, May 04, 2012

S2012 E90

May 4, 2012
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Friday, May 04, 2012 May 4, 2012 2012/05/04 Headlines: Syrians Protest Deadly Raid as White House Looks Beyond Ceasefire; China: Chen Can Apply for Overseas Study; Argentine Lawmakers Back YPF Nationalization; Journalists Slain in Mexico, Somalia; TransCanada Seeks New Permit for Keystone XL Pipeline; BP Spill Trial Delayed Until 2013; Justice Dept. Official Seeks Congressional Approval of Expanded Cellphone Monitoring; Democratic Rep. Asks Phone Companies to Detail Surveillance Role; 5 Environmentalists Arrested for Banner Hang at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte; Dozens of Undocumented Immigrants Deprived of Food, Water by Alleged Smugglers in Texas; Obama Calls for DREAM Act Passage; Study: Fracking Could Contaminate Drinking Water at Quicker Pace;$

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Season 2012, Episode 91 Monday, May 07, 2012

S2012 E91

May 7, 2012
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Monday, May 07, 2012 May 7, 2012 2012/05/07 Headlines: Anti-Austerity Parties Win in France, Greece; U.S. Drones Hit Yemen, Pakistan; Report: U.S. Secretly Releasing Afghan Prisoners to Militant Groups; Guantánamo Defendants Stage "Peaceful Resistance" to Military Commissions; Bahraini Human Rights Activist Nabeel Rajab Jailed; Japan Shutters Last Nuclear Power Plant; Biden: "I Am Absolutely Comfortable" with Same-Sex Marriage; Federal Probe Launched into Police Killing of Kenneth Chamberlain; FBI Pushes National Electronic Surveillance Strategy; 20 Convicted for Protesting NYPD Stop and Frisk Policy; Beastie Boy Adam Yauch, 47, Dies; Sarah Shourd and Shane Bauer Marry in California;$

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Season 2012, Episode 92 Tuesday, May 08, 2012

S2012 E92

May 8, 2012
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Tuesday, May 08, 2012 May 8, 2012 2012/05/08 Headlines: NATO Admits Killing Afghan Mother, 5 Children in Air Strike; Leftist Greek Parties Attempt to Form Anti-Austerity Government; Greek Neo-Nazi Party Wins Support on Anti-Immigrant Platform; German Chancellor Rejects Call to Remake Euro Austerity Pact; Interpol Seeks Arrest of Iraqi Vice President; CIA Thwarts Alleged Underwear Bomb Plot by Al-Qaeda in Yemen; Red Cross: Some Syrian Violence Qualifies as Civil War; Russia: Hundreds of Protesters Arrested as Putin Resumes Presidency; House Budget Committee OKs Massive Social Cuts to Preserve Military Funds; North Carolina Voters Consider Amendment Banning Same-Sex Marriage; Bank of America Protesters Face New Police Powers in North Carolina; U.N. Investigator Calls for U.S. to Restore Some Land to Native Americans; Arizona Enacts Ban on Public Funds for Groups That Provide Abortions; EPA Whistleblower Who Exposed 9/11 Health Risks Gets Job Back; Quebec Students Reject Government Bid to End Historic Strike;$

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Season 2012, Episode 93 Wednesday, May 09, 2012

S2012 E93

May 9, 2012
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Wednesday, May 09, 2012 May 9, 2012 2012/05/09 Headlines: North Carolina Approves Same-Sex Marriage Ban; Lugar Loses GOP Primary in Indiana; Dems Select Walker Opponent in Wisconsin; GOP Blocks Student Loan Relief in Senate Vote; Would-Be Airline Bomber Was Saudi CIA Double Agent; Annan Warns of Syrian Civil War; Greek Leftists Rule Out Coalition with Austerity Backers; Red Cross Urges Israel to Transfer Hunger-Striking Palestinian Prisoners; Bahrain Delays Protester Retrials as 2 Hospitalized; Al Jazeera Closes China Bureau over Visa Denial; Utah Enacts 72-Hour Abortion Waiting Period; 10 White Supremacists Arrested in Florida for "Race War" Plot; Officers Face Manslaughter Charges over Fatal Beating of Homeless Man; Twitter Resists Court Order on Occupy Activist;$

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Season 2012, Episode 94 Thursday, May 10, 2012

S2012 E94

May 10, 2012
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Thursday, May 10, 2012 May 10, 2012 2012/05/10 Headlines: Obama Voices Support for Same-Sex Marriage; Dozens Killed in Syrian Bomb Blasts; U.S. Missile Strike Kills 5 in Yemen; U.S. Hosts Bahraini Prince as Monarchy Vows Harsher Crackdown; Greek Left Drops Bid for Coalition Gov’t; E.U. Delays Greek Loan Pending Coalition Talks; Hundreds Protest Bank of America in Charlotte; DOJ to File Civil Rights Suit Against Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio; Parents of Captive U.S. Soldier Reveal Secret Talks on Prisoner Swap; Report: NYPD’s "Stop and Frisk" Heavily Targets Black, Latino Men; Vermont Set to Become 1st State to Ban Fracking; U.S. Sees Warmest 12 Months on Record;$

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Season 2012, Episode 95 Friday, May 11, 2012

S2012 E95

May 11, 2012
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Friday, May 11, 2012 May 11, 2012 2012/05/11 Headlines: Obama Fundraises After Same-Sex Marriage Announcement; Romney Bullied Gay High School Classmate; White House: Biden Apologizes to Obama for Speaking First on Same-Sex Marriage; 55 Killed in Syria Bombings; Afghan Soldier Kills NATO Servicemember; U.N. Relief Coordinator: Dire Conditions for Afghan Refugees; Up to 400,000 Protest Austerity Measures in London; JPMorgan Loses $2B on Complex Instrument; Deutsche Bank Settles Mortgage Fraud Claims; Florida Supreme Court Weighs Key Foreclosure Case; Pentagon Course Taught "Total War" Against Islam; Montana Judge Overturns Birth Control Funding Ban; Relatives of Disappeared March in Mexico; Journalist, Gay Rights Activist Slain in Honduras; House GOP Cuts Protections for Immigrant, Native American, <span class="caps">LGBT Victims in Domestic Violence Bill; Attorneys for Jailed Environmental Activist Tim DeChristopher Seek to Overturn Sentence;$

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Season 2012, Episode 96 Monday, May 14, 2012

S2012 E96

May 14, 2012
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Monday, May 14, 2012 May 14, 2012 2012/05/14 Headlines: 49 Mutilated Bodies Found in Mexico; 11 Killed in Apparent U.S. Drone Strike in Yemen; U.S. Renews Military Sales to Bahrain Amid Crackdown; Report: Palestinians, Israel Reach Tentative Deal on Hunger Strike; JPMorgan Chase Ousts 3 Execs over $2B Loss; Spaniards Mark 1 Year of Anti-Austerity Protests; Greece Election Likely as Leftists Reject Coalition; German Voters Reject Pro-Austerity Governing Party; Former News of the World Editor Confirms Close Contact with British Leaders; Romney Woos Evangelicals with Liberty University Speech; Gun Retailer Sells Trayvon Shooting Target; Colleagues Donate 8 Months Vacation to Trayvon Martin's Mother; Supporters Claim Self-Defense for Florida Mom Sentenced to 20 Years;$

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Season 2012, Episode 97 Tuesday, May 15, 2012

S2012 E97

May 15, 2012
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Tuesday, May 15, 2012 May 15, 2012 2012/05/15 Headlines: Palestinian Prisoners Approve Deal to End Hunger Strike; Palestinians Mark "Nakba" with Day of Protest; Colorado Lawmakers Nix Same-Sex Union Bill; Obama Delivers Commencement Address to Women Graduates; Obama Hailed for Same-Sex Marriage Stance at Campaign Fundraiser; Report: NATO Failed to Fully Investigate Civilian Deaths in Libya Bombing; Rebekah Brooks Charged in Murdoch Phone-Hacking Scandal; Head of Anti-Whaling Group Sea Shepherd Arrested in Germany for 2002 Confrontation; Malaysian Tribunal Finds Bush, Cheney Guilty of War Crimes; California Governor Unveils Cuts, Tax Hikes to Overcome Budget Shortfall; Ron Paul to Suspend Campaigning, Focus on Delegates; Democrats Accept Corporate Funds for Convention; Report: Attorney in Clarence Aaron Drug Pardon Case Withheld Vital Information; Activists Protest Resumption of Controversial Immigration Policy in New York;$

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Season 2012, Episode 98 Wednesday, May 16, 2012

S2012 E98

May 16, 2012
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Wednesday, May 16, 2012 May 16, 2012 2012/05/16 Headlines: DOJ Probes JPMorgan Chase for $2 Billion Loss; Boehner Revives Debt Limit Threat; DEA Accused of Role in Killing of 4 Civilians in Honduras; Syrian Troops Kill 21 Civilians; Rebels Get Weapons Boost; Israeli Troops Wound Palestinian "Nakba" Protesters; France Inaugurates Hollande as New President; Greece to Hold New Elections After Unity Talks Fail; Charges Unveiled in Rebekah Brooks Phone-Hacking Case; Virginia House Denies Judgeship to Openly Gay Prosecutor; Investigation: Texas Executed Innocent Man in 1989; Medical Report Claims Zimmerman Had Injuries After Martin Killing; Mexican Novelist Carlos Fuentes Dies at 83;$

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Season 2012, Episode 99 Thursday, May 17, 2012

S2012 E99

May 17, 2012
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Thursday, May 17, 2012 May 17, 2012 2012/05/17 Headlines: Judge Strikes Down Indefinite Detention in NDAA; JPMorgan Loses Additional $1 Billion on Risky Trade; DEA Confirms Involvement in Deadly Honduras Attack; U.S. to Send Combat Brigade to Africa; Over 100,000 Protest in Chile to Support Students' Demands; Kucinich to Retire from Congress; Wildfires Sweep Across Parts of Arizona; Vermont Becomes 1st State to Ban Fracking; Census: White Births No Longer the Majority in U.S.; Lawsuit Challenging NYPD "Stop-and-Frisk" Granted Class Action Status;$

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Season 2012, Episode 100 Friday, May 18, 2012

S2012 E100

May 18, 2012
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Friday, May 18, 2012 May 18, 2012 2012/05/18 Headlines: Documents Reveal New Details in Trayvon Martin Killing; Hundreds Protest Acquittal of Houston Ex-Cop in Assault of Black Teenager; Envoy Tells Israel U.S. Ready for Attack on Iran; U.S. Gives Israel $70 Million Boost for Missile Defense; Israeli Gunfire Wounds 7 Palestinians Near Gaza Border; Egyptian Police Officers Acquitted in Protester Killings; U.S. Lifts Trade Restrictions on Burma; Global Events Mark International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia; House Anti-Abuse Bill Omits Protections for LGBT, Native American, Immigrant Victims; Report: GOP Super <span class="caps">PAC Planned Ads Tying Obama to Pastor;$

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Season 2012, Episode 101 Monday, May 21, 2012

S2012 E101

May 21, 2012
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Monday, May 21, 2012 May 21, 2012 2012/05/21 Headlines: Dozens Killed in Yemen Suicide Bombing; Veterans Return War Medals as Thousands March on NATO Summit; Chicago Police Accused of Entrapment as Activists Charged in Terror Plots; NATO OKs New Missile Shield Deployment in Europe; Nuclear Atomic Agency Chief Visits Iran Ahead of Baghdad Summit; House Boosts Pentagon Spending, Backs Indefinite Detention; Alabama Governor Enacts Harsher Anti-Immigrant Law; NAACP Votes to Back Same-Sex Marriage; Striking Quebec Students Denounce Emergency Law Curbing Protests;$

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