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Season 2013, Episode 01 Tuesday, January 01, 2013

S2013 E01

Jan 1, 2013
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Tuesday, January 01, 2013 Jan 1, 2013 2013/01/01 Headlines:$

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Season 2013, Episode 02 Wednesday, January 02, 2013

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Jan 2, 2013
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Wednesday, January 02, 2013 Jan 2, 2013 2013/01/02 Headlines: Obama to Sign "Fiscal Cliff" Bill After Weeks of Tense Talks; House Leaders Draw Ire for Dropping Sandy Relief Package; Obama Signs Bill to Extend Warrantless Wiretapping; Grounded Oil Rig Sparks Fresh Concerns over Arctic Drilling; India: Anti-Rape Outcry Follows Gang-Rape Victim’s Death; Envoy Warns Syria Crisis Could "Turn into Hell"; Bahraini Policemen Sentenced to 7 Years for Beating Detainee to Death; Ivory Coast: 61 Killed in Stampede; 7 Aid Workers Shot Dead in Pakistan; Report: Iraqi Civilian Deaths Rise in "Low-Level War"; North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un Gives Rare New Year's Speech; Chile: 8 Ex-Army Officers Charged in Murder of Singer Víctor Jara; Bolivia Nationalizes Operations of Spanish Firm Iberdrola; Venezuelan VP: Chávez Aware His Health Status Is Complex; Pope Blasts "Unregulated Financial Capitalism"; Woman Charged with Murder as Hate Crime in New York Subway Attack; WI State Senator: "Almost No Black People" Care About Kwanzaa; North Carolina Governor Grants Pardons of Innocence to Wilmington Ten; Leading Environmentalist Rebecca Tarbotton Dies at 39

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Season 2013, Episode 03 Thursday, January 03, 2013

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Jan 3, 2013
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Thursday, January 03, 2013 Jan 3, 2013 2013/01/03 Headlines: U.S. Drone Strikes Kill Taliban Leader, 14 Others in Pakistan; U.N.: More Than 60,000 Killed in Syria Conflict; News Blackout Lifted over U.S. Journalist Missing in Syria; Obama Signs Renewal of Controversial Defense Act; House Sets Vote on Sandy Aid After Torrent of Criticism; House GOP Blocks Violence Against Women Act; Outgoing Rep. Dennis Kucinich Calls for Unity in Farewell Address; New Hampshire to Swear In All-Female Congressional Delegation; India: 5 Charged in Court over Fatal Gang Rape; Cold Snap Kills More Than 100 in India; Colombia: 13 FARC Rebels Killed in Gov’t Strike; Chile: Widow of Singer Víctor Jara Asks U.S. to Extradite Suspect in His 1973 Murder; Hillary Clinton Discharged from Hospital After Blood Clot; Al Jazeera Expands U.S. Reach with Purchase of Current TV; Poet, Civil Rights Activist Jayne Cortez Dies at 76

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Season 2013, Episode 04 Friday, January 04, 2013

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Jan 4, 2013
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Friday, January 04, 2013 Jan 4, 2013 2013/01/04 Headlines: U.S. Convenes Most Diverse Congress in History; House Re-elects Boehner as Speaker Despite Recent Criticism; Gun Control Bill Introduced on 1st Day of Congress; Yemen: U.S. Drone Attack Kills 3 in Area Devastated by Prior Strike; Suicide Bomber Kills 27 Shiites in Iraq; Venezuela's Chávez Suffering "Severe Lung Infection"; Pakistani Girl Shot by Taliban Is Released from UK Hospital; Google Dodges Antitrust Charges After Federal Probe; International Child Porn Investigation Rescues Scores of Young Victims; New U.S. Immigration Rules to Ease Separation of Families; Study Raises Concerns About Methane Release from Natural Gas Fracking Sites; Texas: Protesters Launch New Tree Blockade Against Keystone XL Pipeline; First Nations Chief Enters 25th Day of Hunger Strike amid Growing "Idle No More" Movement; Bangladesh: Garment Workers Stage Mass Hunger Strike over Pay, Conditions; Obama Disputes Limits on Gitmo Prisoner Transfers in NDAA; Time Warner Cable Criticized for Dropping Current TV After Purchase by Al Jazeera; California Court: State Rape Law Only Protects Married Women; Report: U.S. States Enacted 2nd Highest Number of Abortion Restrictions in 2012; Pioneering Feminist Historian Gerda Lerner Dies at 92

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Season 2013, Episode 05 Monday, January 07, 2013

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Jan 7, 2013
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Monday, January 07, 2013 Jan 7, 2013 2013/01/07 Headlines: U.S. Drone Strike Kills Up to 18 in Pakistan; Judge Upholds Drone Secrecy Despite Doubts on Attacks' Legality; Report: Admin Task Force Mulls Gun Database, Universal Checks; Giffords Meets With Victims' Families in Newtown; House Passes Initial Sandy Relief, But Delays Bulk of Aid; Obama to Nominate Hagel for Defense Secretary, Brennan for CIA; Report: Obama Considering Up to 9,000 Troops in Afghanistan After 2014; Bahrain's Highest Court Upholds Convictions of Opposition Leaders; Assad Vows Continued Crackdown in Rare Public Speech; India Rape Suspects Appear in Court; South Africa Deploys Troops to Central African Republic as Aid Group Declares "Silent Crisis"; Idle No More Movement Stages Blockades, Protests in Canada as Hunger-Striking Chief to Meet PM; Union of California Nurses, Healthcare Workers to Challenge SEIU; Illinois "Supermax" Prison Tamms Closes Doors

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Season 2013, Episode 06 Tuesday, January 08, 2013

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Jan 8, 2013
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Tuesday, January 08, 2013 Jan 8, 2013 2013/01/08 Headlines: U.S. Drone Strike Kills 8 in Pakistan; McChrystal, Ex-Commander of U.S. Forces in Afghanistan, Questions Drone Warfare; Former Adviser: Obama "As Ruthless and Indifferent to the Rule of Law" as Bush; Obama Unveils Hagel, Brennan Nominations to Head Pentagon, CIA; Bank of America to Pay $11 Billion Settlement to Freddie Mac; Top Banks Escape Wider Fines with $8.5 Billion Foreclosure Settlement; Bahraini Opposition Vows Continued Protest after Sentences Upheld; Activists Protest Keystone XL at TransCanada Offices; Environmental Groups Urge Obama to Tackle Climate Change, Reject Keystone XL; Report: Jackson Left EPA over Fears Obama Will Approve Keystone XL Tar Sands Pipeline

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Season 2013, Episode 07 Wednesday, January 09, 2013

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Jan 9, 2013
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Wednesday, January 09, 2013 Jan 9, 2013 2013/01/09 Headlines: 2012 Was Hottest Year on Record for U.S.; Mishaps by Shell Prompt Admin Review of Arctic Drilling; Manning Sees Potential Sentence Reduced over Unlawful Treatment; U.S. Military Contractor to Compensate Abu Ghraib Torture Victims; Obama Admin Claims Openness to Removing All U.S. Troops from Afghanistan in 2014; Syria: U.N. Warns 2.5 Million in Need of Food Aid; Venezuela Delays Ailing Chávez's Swearing-In; New York Gov. to Introduce New Gun Control Law; Ex-Rep. Gabrielle Giffords Launches Effort to Take on Gun Lobby; AIG Considers Joining Shareholders Lawsuit Against U.S. Government; Report: Admin Spends More on Immigration Enforcement than Other Agencies Combined; Illinois to Grant Drivers' Licenses to Undocumented Immigrants; New York Judge Rules Stop-and-Frisk of Bronx Residents Unconstitutional; PFLAG Founder Jeanne Manford Dies at 92

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Season 2013, Episode 08 Thursday, January 10, 2013

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Jan 10, 2013
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Thursday, January 10, 2013 Jan 10, 2013 2013/01/10 Headlines: U.S. Drone Strike Kills 5 in Pakistan; Months Before Brennan Denied Civilian Deaths by Drones, U.S. Ambassador Relayed Pakistani Concerns; Biden Hosts Gun Control Advocates, Vows to "Take Action"; New York Gov. Unveils New Gun Control Measures; Over 1,000 Urge Cuomo to Reject Fracking Before Moratorium Expires; Hilda Solis Steps Down as Labor Secretary; Obama to Name Chief of Staff Jack Lew to Treasury; U.N.-Arab League Envoy Suggests Assad Should Leave; Karzai in Washington for Talks on U.S. Withdrawal; Indian Rape Victim Identified; Suspects' Lawyer Blames Her and Companion; AIG Backs Down on Shareholder Lawsuit After Outcry; Manning Trial Delayed After Prosecutors Cite Classified Evidence; California Teachers' Fund Divests From Gun Companies; Website Posts List of New York City Gun Owners; 3 Kurdish Activists Shot Dead in Paris

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Season 2013, Episode 09 Friday, January 11, 2013

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Jan 11, 2013
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Friday, January 11, 2013 Jan 11, 2013 2013/01/11 Headlines: Multiple Bombings Kill 120 in Pakistan; Report: 11 Pakistani Civilians Killed in Escalating U.S. Drone Strikes Since Jan. 1; Report: Karzai, U.S. Discuss Plans for CIA Bases; Obama Admin Prepares for Rejection of Assault Weapons Ban with Alternate Proposals; NRA "Disappointed" with Biden for "Agenda to Attack the Second Amendment"; Colorado Gov. Proposes Universal Background Checks for Gun Sales; Student Critically Wounded in Shooting at California School; Aurora Shooting Suspect Ordered to Stand Trial; Consumer Bureau Unveils New Rules to Prevent High-Risk Mortgages; Obama Nominates Chief of Staff, Ex-Citi Exec Jack Lew for Treasury; Pastor Withdraws from Obama Inauguration over Anti-LGBTQ Views; Study: Half of World's Food Going to Waste; U.S. Declares Natural Disaster Areas in Drought-Stricken Midwest; Thousands Rally for Chávez on Delayed Inauguration Day; Emails: Wal-Mart CEO Was Told of Mexico Bribes; Seattle High School Teachers Vote to Refuse Standardized MAP Tests; Oscar Nods Include Docs on Military Sexual Assault, AIDS Activism, Palestinian Nonviolent Protest

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Season 2013, Episode 10 Monday, January 14, 2013

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Jan 14, 2013
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Monday, January 14, 2013 Jan 14, 2013 2013/01/14 Headlines: Report: Admin to Propose Path to Citizenship for Undocumented Immigrants; Afghan Civilians Killed in Explosion Following U.S. Raid; U.S. Accelerates Timeline for Transfer to Afghan Forces; Karzai: Afghanistan Rejects 1st U.S. Immunity Offer, Jirga to Decide; U.S. Backs French Bombing of Mali; 11 Civilians Reportedly Killed; U.S. Involved in French Raid of Somalia; Israel Raids Palestinian Encampment Protesting Settlement Growth; Mubarak Wins Retrial in Challenge of Life Sentence; Activists Claim 20 Killed in Syrian Government Bombing; Haiti Marks Quake's Third Anniversary; New Cases of Fatal Gang Rape Reported in India; Biden to Meet with Congressmembers on Gun Violence Proposals; Flu Outbreak Prompts Declaration of Public Health Emergencies in NY, Boston; Activists Stage White House Protest for Gitmo's Closure on 11th Anniversary; Relatives of Immigrant Rights Activist Detained in Federal Raid

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Season 2013, Episode 11 Tuesday, January 15, 2013

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Jan 15, 2013
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Tuesday, January 15, 2013 Jan 15, 2013 2013/01/15 Headlines: Obama Preps Gun Control Plan Based on Recommendations by Biden-Led Task Force; Poll: Support for Gun Control Hits 5-Year High; Gun Reform Talk Sparks Massive Spike in Firearm Sales; New York Lawmakers Reach Deal on Sweeping New Gun Limits; Newtown Parents, Survivors Unveil Initiative Against Gun Violence; Connecticut Senator Murphy: NRA Bid to Block Assault Weapons Ban Will Fail; Pentagon: U.S. Military Suicides Broke All-Time Record in 2012; Obama Refuses to Negotiate with GOP on Debt Ceiling; Syria: Death Toll from Gov’t Air Strike in Azaz Reaches At Least 20; Israeli Military Kills 17-Year-Old Palestinian in the West Bank; Egypt: 19 Killed, Dozens Wounded in Train Crash; U.N. Calls for Human Rights Probe in North Korea; Senator Asks CIA Pick Brennan to Explain Legal Basis for Targeting U.S. Citizens Overseas; Napolitano to Stay On as Homeland Security Secretary Despite Criticism over Record Deportations; Prosecutors Drop Charges Against Late Cyber-Activist Aaron Swartz as Tributes Flood the Internet; Lawyer Told Prosecutors Aaron Swartz Was at Risk of Suicide; "Idle No More" Movement Plans New Day of Action amid Wave of Global Solidarity; Tennessee Suspends Gun Permit of CEO Who Threatened to "Start Killing People" over Gun Reform

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Season 2013, Episode 12 Wednesday, January 16, 2013

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Jan 16, 2013
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Wednesday, January 16, 2013 Jan 16, 2013 2013/01/16 Headlines: Obama to Unveil New Assault Weapons Ban; NY Gov. Enacts Sweeping Gun Law; House OKs Sandy Relief Bill After GOP Delay; France Launches Ground Operations in Mali; U.S. Considers French Request for "Targeting" Intelligence in Mali; Amnesty Calls for International Human Rights Monitors in Mali; Syria: Bombings at Aleppo University Kill Dozens; Israel Blocks Activists from Returning to Palestinian Anti-Settlement Encampment; Clashes Follow Funeral of Slain Palestinian Teen; U.N. Urges Israel to Halt Expansion of E1 Settlement; Salazar to Resign as Interior Secretary; Maryland Gov. Proposes Repeal of Death Penalty; AWOL Antiwar Sergeant Detained at Fort Irwin; Aaron Swartz's Father Tells Funeral-Goers Son "Killed by Government"; "Aaron's Law" Introduced to Alter Computer Fraud Penalties; 8,000 NYC Bus Drivers Strike over Job Security

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Season 2013, Episode 13 Thursday, January 17, 2013

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Jan 17, 2013
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Thursday, January 17, 2013 Jan 17, 2013 2013/01/17 Headlines: Obama Reveals Sweeping Gun Control Plan; NRA Vows "Fight of the Century"; ACLU: Obama's Call for More Police in Schools Could Lead to "Over-Incarceration"; Judge: U.S. Gov't Must Prove Manning Knowingly Aided Al-Qaeda; Algeria: U.S. Citizens, Algerian Workers Taken Hostage in Claimed Retaliation for Mali Bombing; French Troops Launch Ground Operations in Mali; U.S. to Recognize Somali Gov't for 1st Time in 20 Years; U.S. Halts Detainee Transfers to Some Afghan Prisons over Torture Concerns; Syria Allows U.N. to Expand Food Aid; Netanyahu Responds to Reported Obama Criticism; Report Details U.S. Weapon Sales to Bahrain During Crackdown on Protesters; Climate Scientists Urge Obama to Reject Keystone XL Pipeline; Decision Expected Soon; Study: Tar Sands Oil Production Leads to Increase in Cancer-Causing Chemicals; Canada: Protesters Stage Blockades in Solidarity with Idle No More; Boeing 787s Grounded over Safety Concerns; Everett Parker, Media Activist Who Challenged KKK-Backed TV Station, Turns 100

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Season 2013, Episode 14 Friday, January 18, 2013

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Jan 18, 2013
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Friday, January 18, 2013 Jan 18, 2013 2013/01/18 Headlines: Algeria: 22 Foreigners Missing as Hostage Crisis Continues; West African Troops Arrive in Mali; U.S., EU Increase Involvement in Conflict; Syria: 106 Killed in Homs Massacre; Biden: "We Have to Act" Against Gun Violence; Poll: 9 in 10 Favor Background Checks on All Gun Buys; Panetta: "I Don't Know Why the Hell People Have to Have an Assault Weapon"; Report: Harsh Policies Funnel Mississippi Students into Justice System; Massey Energy Supervisor Sentenced to 21 Months for Safety Cover-up Ahead of Mine Disaster; Report: EPA Ditched Gas-Drilling Probe After Firm's Threats; Judge Orders Sanity Review for U.S. Soldier Accused of Massacring 16 Afghans; U.S. Marine Pleads Guilty to Urinating on Dead Afghan; House Republicans Allocate $3 Million to Defend Anti-Gay-Marriage Bill; GOP Boasts About Gerrymandering to Gain U.S. House Seats; U.N. Criticizes Beheading of Guest Worker in Saudi Arabia

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Season 2013, Episode 15 Monday, January 21, 2013

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Jan 21, 2013
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Monday, January 21, 2013 Jan 21, 2013 2013/01/21 Headlines: 5 Family Members Shot Dead in New Mexico; Teenage Suspect Detained; Gun Control Opponents Rally Nationwide; 5 Injured in Accidental Firings at Gun Shows; Obama Sworn in Ahead of Public Inauguration; 3 Activist Groups to Protest Along Inaugural Route; U.S. Drone Strike Kills 4 in Yemen; Obama Admin Exempts Pakistan Drone Strikes from New Rules; Up to 80 Killed in Algeria Hostage Crisis; French Army Advances Toward Northern Mali; U.N. Warns of Displacement; Clashes Break Out in Kabul after Bombing of Police HQ; U.N. Investigators Find Ongoing Torture in Afghanistan; Israel Raids, Removes Palestinian Encampment in West Bank; Colombian Rebels End Ceasefire After Gov't Rejects Pact; Obama Admin Delays New Rules for Fracking Chemicals; Yoko Oko, Sean Lennon Stage Anti-Fracking Bus Tour; Internet Freedom Activist Aaron Swartz Remembered at Public Memorial

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Season 2013, Episode 16 Tuesday, January 22, 2013

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Jan 22, 2013
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Tuesday, January 22, 2013 Jan 22, 2013 2013/01/22 Headlines: Obama Stresses Equality in 2nd Term Inaugural Address; Report: Obama Plans "Administrative" Actions on Climate Change; Algeria Confirms Death Toll in Hostage Crisis; French Ground Troops Seize 2 Towns in Mali; 30 Killed in Syria Bombing; Rebels Battle Kurds in North; Hundreds March for Gun Control in New York City; Brooklyn Protesters Allege Police Brutality, Anti-LGBT Slurs in Arrest of Jabbar Campbell; Los Angeles Catholic Church Hid Priests' Child Abuse

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Season 2013, Episode 17 Wednesday, January 23, 2013

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Jan 23, 2013
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Wednesday, January 23, 2013 Jan 23, 2013 2013/01/23 Headlines: Obama Admin Delays Keystone XL Pipeline Decision Until Spring; Nebraska Gov. Approves New Route; Supreme Court Rebuffs Industry Challenge to EPA Air Pollution Regulation; Obama Backs Temporary Plan to Lift Debt Ceiling; Protests Mark Roe v. Wade's 40th Anniversary; Poll Finds Record Support for Abortion Rights in U.S.; 3 Wounded in Shooting at Texas College; Police: New Mexico Suspect Planned More Shootings; U.S. Drone Strike Kills 4 in Yemen; Yemeni Minister Criticizes U.S. Drone Strikes; U.S. Begins Flying French Troops to Mali; 17 Killed in Iraq Bombings; Netanyahu Claims Narrow Victory in Israeli Election; Molestation Victims Call for New Probe of L.A. Church Leaders for Concealing Abuse; Pentagon Clears Gen. Allen of Wrongdoing in Petraeus Scandal

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Season 2013, Episode 18 Thursday, January 24, 2013

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Jan 24, 2013
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Thursday, January 24, 2013 Jan 24, 2013 2013/01/24 Headlines: Pentagon Lifts Ban on Women in Combat; House Votes to Suspend Debt Limit Until May; U.S. Drone Strike Kills 6 in Yemen; Dozens Killed in Iraq's Deadliest Attack in 6 Months; Clinton Defends Benghazi Response in Last Congressional Appearance as Sec. of State; Cameron Vows U.K. Referendum on EU Membership; Israeli Troops Kill Unarmed Palestinian Woman in Occupied West Bank; Unionization of U.S. Workers Hits Lowest Mark in 76 Years; Virginia GOP Advances Gerrymandering Bill in State Senator's Absence

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Season 2013, Episode 19 Friday, January 25, 2013

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Jan 25, 2013
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Friday, January 25, 2013 Jan 25, 2013 2013/01/25 Headlines: Dems Unveil New Assault Weapons Ban in Senate; Kerry Recalls Anti-Vietnam War Activism After Protester Disrupts Senate Hearing; Obama Appoints Former Prosecutor to Head SEC; Cordray Renominated to Continue Heading Consumer Protection Bureau; Pentagon Lifts Ban on Women in Combat; Critics Denounce Filibuster Deal as "Capitulation"; U.N. to Probe Alleged War Crimes in U.S. Drone Strikes; North Korea Vows to Target U.S. with Nuclear, Rocket Tests; Ex-DEA Informant Sentenced to 35 Years for Role in Mumbai Bombings; Indigenous Chief Theresa Spence Ends 6-Week Hunger Strike in Canada

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Season 2013, Episode 20 Monday, January 28, 2013

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Jan 28, 2013
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Monday, January 28, 2013 Jan 28, 2013 2013/01/28 Headlines: Newtown Residents Join Gun Control March in D.C.; Ex-CIA Officer and Torture Whistleblower John Kiriakou Sentenced to 30 Months; Report: Gov't Officials Facing Pressure for Cyberwarfare Leak; Pentagon Expands Cybersecurity Force Fivefold; Bipartisan Agreement Reached on Immigration; French, Malian Troops Advance in North; U.S. Expands Military Aid; U.N. Urges Greater Assistance for Mali; Troops, Rebels Cited for Abuses; Morsi Declares State of Emergency as Protests Rage; Labor Rights Groups Urge Safety Standards After 7 Die in Bangladeshi Factory Fire; 9/11 Suspects Seek Preservation of CIA Prisons; Court Rules Against Obama Recess Appointments to NLRB; Chambliss, Harkin Announce Senate Retiremements; Obama Taps Longtime Aide for Chief of Staff; Teacher Boycott of Standardized Tests Wins Local, National Backing

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Season 2013, Episode 21 Tuesday, January 29, 2013

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Jan 29, 2013
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Tuesday, January 29, 2013 Jan 29, 2013 2013/01/29 Headlines: Obama Expected to Back Bipartisan Immigration Plan; New Yorkers Urge Immigration Reform to Stop Separation of Families; Obama Meets with Police Chiefs Touched by Shootings in Gun Control Push; Report: U.S. Preparing New Drone Base in Northwest Africa; French and Malian Troops Retake Timbuktu from Rebels; Egypt: Mass Protests Continue in Defiance of Morsi’s Curfew; Syria: U.N. Warns Lack of Funding Threatens Food Aid; Obama Admin Shutters Office Working to Close Guantánamo; Report: Treasury Approved Huge Pay Hikes for Bailed-Out Firms; Barge Oil Spill Shuts Down Section of the Mississippi River; Brazil: 4 Detained over Fatal Nightclub Blaze; Brazilian Landless Leader Cícero Guedes Shot Dead; Anonymous Hacks DOJ Site in Retaliation for Aaron Swartz Case

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Season 2013, Episode 22 Wednesday, January 30, 2013

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Jan 30, 2013
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Wednesday, January 30, 2013 Jan 30, 2013 2013/01/30 Headlines: Obama Backs Bipartisan Immigration Plan, Rejects "Us vs. Them" Mentality; Senate Confirms Kerry as Secretary of State; 80 Bodies Found Shot, Bound in Syrian City of Aleppo; U.N. Envoy Brahimi: "Syria is Being Destroyed"; U.S. Signs Deal to Build Drone Base in Niger; 12 Bodies Recovered After Band's Abduction in Mexico; Israel Makes Landmark No-Show at U.N. Human Rights Council Session; Report: Brennan Was Regularly Briefed on Torture Under Bush; Defense Attorneys Seek 48-Hour Visit to Guantánamo; Parents, Students Confront Education Dept. on School Closures; Gunman Kills 1, Kidnaps Child on Alabama School Bus; Newtown Parent Pleads for Assault Weapons Ban; Georgia Man Detained for Fatal Shooting of Unarmed Immigrant in Driveway; Texas Woman Wins Delay of Execution; Anti-Keystone XL Pipeline Activists Settle TransCanada Lawsuit; Boy Scouts Reviewing Anti-Gay Ban

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Season 2013, Episode 23 Thursday, January 31, 2013

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Jan 31, 2013
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Thursday, January 31, 2013 Jan 31, 2013 2013/01/31 Headlines: Gabrielle Giffords Makes Surprise Senate Appearance to Back Control; NRA Chief LaPierre, Durbin Spar on Background Checks; 1 Killed, 2 Wounded in Phoenix Shooting; Teen Who Performed at Obama Inauguration Shot Dead in Chicago; Obama Predicts Passage of Gun Control, Immigration Reform; Israeli Warplanes Bomb Syria, Killing 2; Syrian Opposition Figure Offers Dialogue; Dutch Court Rules Shell Partially Liable for Nigeria Oil Spills; Rare January Tornadoes Kill 2 in Southern U.S.; William Cowan Appointed to Fill Kerry's Senate Seat

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Season 2013, Episode 24 Friday, February 01, 2013

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Feb 1, 2013
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Friday, February 01, 2013 Feb 1, 2013 2013/02/01 Headlines: Turkey: At Least 2 Dead in Suicide Attack on U.S. Embassy; Hagel Grilled on Israel Stance During Senate Confirmation Hearing; Hagel: Iraq War Was Worst U.S. Decision Since Vietnam; Kerry to be Sworn In as Secretary of State; U.N. Report: Israel Must End West Bank Settlements or Potentially Face ICC Charges; Anti-Morsi Protesters Return to the Streets After Rival Groups Hold Rare Meeting; Gitmo Judge Orders End to Secret Gov't Censors at 9/11 Trial; Mexico: 25 Dead in Blast at State-Owned Oil Company; Mexico: Thousands Protest Bid by U.S. Firms to Plant GMO Corn; Former Guatemalan Dictator Goes on Trial for Genocide; Report: U.S. Sentencing Runs Contrary to International Law; NYC: 7-Year-Old Boy Handcuffed, Interrogated for 10 Hours for Allegedly Stealing $5; Report: FBI Agents Flew to Iceland to Investigate WikiLeaks; Anti-Keystone XL Protester Disrupts TransCanada Speech for Several Minutes; New York Times, Wall Street Journal Infiltrated by Chinese Hackers; Pepsi Pulls Gatorade Ingredient After Online Campaign; Former New York City Mayor Ed Koch Dead at 88

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Season 2013, Episode 25 Monday, February 04, 2013

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Feb 4, 2013
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Monday, February 04, 2013 Feb 4, 2013 2013/02/04 Headlines: Obama Admin Enacts Right for Preemptive Cyber-Attacks; White House Proposes Compromise to Provide Contraceptive Insurance; 35 Killed in Pakistan Attack; Taliban Claims Revenge for U.S. Drone Strikes; Suicide Attack Kills 33 at Police Headquarters in Iraq; France Continues Mali Bombing; Amnesty Calls for Probe of Civilian Deaths; Iranian Foreign Minister Backs Direct Talks with U.S.; Video Shows Egyptian Police Beating Naked Protester; Damage to Philippines Reef by U.S. Ship Worse Than Previously Thought; Study: Suicide Rate of U.S. Vets Jumps 20 Percent; Iraq War Vet Detained for Shooting Death of Famed Sniper, Companion; Somali American Convicted in Alleged Entrapment Case; Panetta: Bin Laden Could Have Been Found Without Torture; Hundreds Mark 1st Anniversary of Ramarley Graham Killing; Family Sues NYPD; Appeals Court Sides With Gov. Secrecy in WikiLeaks, Twitter Case; WikiLeaks Founder Assange Awarded Yoko Ono Lennon Courage Award for the Arts

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Season 2013, Episode 26 Tuesday, February 05, 2013

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Feb 5, 2013
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Tuesday, February 05, 2013 Feb 5, 2013 2013/02/05 Headlines: Leaked Memo Shows Expansive Rationale for U.S. "Kill List"; Report Tallies 54 Countries, 136 Prisoners in CIA Torture Program; Italian Court Reverses Acquittals of CIA Agents for '03 Kidnapping; S&P to Face Civil Charges for Faulty Ratings; Prisons Bureau to Review Solitary Confinement; Obama Promotes Gun Control Ahead of SOTU Address; McCain Among GOP Senators Who Won't Block Hagel Bid; Monitors: Over 270 Killed in 2 Days of Syria Violence; Iranian President Makes Historic Visit to Eypt; Israel Arrests 23 Hamas Members in West Bank; Israeli Forces Dismantle Palestinian Encampment Protesting Settlements; Lawsuit: NYPD Spying on Muslims Violating Handschu Rules; Arkansas House Advances Anti-Abortion Bill; Hundreds Protest Fracking at New York Capitol; Oklahoma Protester Chains Herself to Keystone Equipment

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Season 2013, Episode 27 Wednesday, February 06, 2013

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Feb 6, 2013
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Wednesday, February 06, 2013 Feb 6, 2013 2013/02/06 Headlines: Report: U.S. Has Secret Drone Base in Saudi Arabia; Opposition Leader Shot Dead in Tunisia; Solomon Islands Hit by Deadly Tsunami After Earthquake; Bulgaria Implicates Hezbollah in Bus Attack That Killed Israeli Tourists; Obama Plans to Make 1st Visit to Israel as President; British Lawmakers Vote in Favor of Same-Sex Marriage; Hopes for Peace Talks Falter in Syria; Colorado Lawmakers Seek to Hold Makers of Assault-Style Guns Liable; FBI Data Shows U.S. Gun Sales Continue to Soar; Judge Denies Request to Delay George Zimmerman's Trial in Trayvon Martin Case; Sandy Victims Denounce Conditions in Temporary Housing; Indigenous People Travel from Ecuador to Texas to Protest Sale of Amazon Land for Oil; U.S. Post Office to Stop Delivering Mail on Saturdays; Study Finds Racial Bias in Google Ad Results; Pakistani Girl Shot by Taliban Speaks Out

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Season 2013, Episode 28 Thursday, February 07, 2013

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Feb 7, 2013
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Thursday, February 07, 2013 Feb 7, 2013 2013/02/07 Headlines: Obama Admin Agrees to Share Assassination Memos After Uproar; Wyden Vows to Press Brennan on Assassination Program; Justice Dept. Argues Appeal of NDAA Ruling; DREAM Activists Call for Citizenship to All Undocumented Immigrants; Obama Rejects Calls to Stop Record Deportations; "Undocumented and Unafraid" DREAM Activists Disrupt <span class="caps">GOP Immigration Hearing; Cantor Shifts Stance; Iranian Leader Rejects Talks After U.S. Expands Sanctions; U.N. Warns of "Catastrophic Humanitarian Crisis" in Syria as Dozens Killed; RBS to Pay $612 Million Fine for Libor Rigging; Senate Panel Delays Vote on Hagel Bid; Obama Taps Sally Jewell for Secretary of Interior; Outcry Prompts Delay of Colorado Drilling Auction; Boy Scouts Put Off Decision on Ending Gay Ban

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Season 2013, Episode 29 Friday, February 08, 2013

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Feb 8, 2013
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Friday, February 08, 2013 Feb 8, 2013 2013/02/08 Headlines: CIA Pick John Brennan Defends Drone Strikes, Targeted Killings; CODEPINK Protests Force Delay to Brennan Hearing; 8 Arrested; Tunisia: Tens of Thousands Mass for Burial Procession of Assassinated Opposition Leader; Iraq Bombings Kill 31 in Seventh Consecutive Friday Attack; U.S. Media Agreed to Cover Up Location of Saudi Drone Base; Manhunt Continues for Ex-LAPD Cop Wanted for Shootings; California Lawmakers Introduce New Gun Control Measures; Panetta: Top Officials Backed Plan to Arm Syrian Rebels; Bangladeshi Man Arrested in FBI Sting Pleads Guilty to Fed Reserve Bomb Plot; Autopsy: Mexican Teenager Shot Multiple Times from Behind by Border Patrol; North Dakota Senate Passes Measure Threatening Abortion Access; Northeast Prepares for Massive Blizzard; Britain: Horsemeat Found in Beef Lasagna Products

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Season 2013, Episode 30 Monday, February 11, 2013

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Feb 11, 2013
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Monday, February 11, 2013 Feb 11, 2013 2013/02/11 Headlines: Pope Benedict to Resign over Health Concerns; Obama to Unveil Cuts to Nuclear Arsenal; LAPD Reopens Dorner Case as Manhunt Continues; Northeast Blizzard Kills 9; Tornadoes Hit South; Fighting Escalates in Syrian Capital; 5,000 Fleeing Per Day; Allen Steps Down as NATO Commander; Israeli Military Dismantles Palestinian Encampment in West Bank; Bahrain Holds First Reconciliation Talks Since July 2011; Over 100,000 March in Anti-Austerity "Lift the Burden" Protest in Ireland; First Lady Among Mourners at Chicago Funeral for Slain Teen; 4 Wounded in Mardi Gras Shooting; Action-Film Star Steven Segal Trains Armed "Posse" at Arizona School; Kerry: Keystone XL Decision Coming in the "Near Term"; Intel Estimate: Cyber-Attacks Threaten U.S. Economy

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Season 2013, Episode 31 Tuesday, February 12, 2013

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Feb 12, 2013
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Tuesday, February 12, 2013 Feb 12, 2013 2013/02/12 Headlines: U.N. Security Council to Meet on North Korean Nuke Test; 2 Arrested in Shooting Death of Chicago Teen; Gun Violence Victims, Families to Attend SOTU Address; 3 Killed in Shooting at Delaware Courthouse; Rebels Seize Hydropower Dam; Regime Open to Talks Abroad; Clashes Break Out on Anniversary of Mubarak Fall; Yemenis Mark Uprising's Second Anniversary; Israel OKs New Settlements Ahead of Obama Visit; Senate Dems to Vote on Hagel Bid; Sen. Graham Vows to Block Nominees; Pentagon Expands Benefits for Same-Sex Couples; Federal Judge Overturns Arizona Ban on Planned Parenthood

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Season 2013, Episode 32 Wednesday, February 13, 2013

S2013 E32

Feb 13, 2013
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Wednesday, February 13, 2013 Feb 13, 2013 2013/02/13 Headlines: Obama Issues Call to Action on Climate, Gun Control in SOTU Address; Obama Backs Minimum Wage Hike to $9/Hr; U.S. to Withdraw 34,000 Troops from Afghanistan; U.S. Air Strike Kills 10 Afghan Civilians; Dorner Believed Dead After Shootout with Police; Senate Panel Advances Hagel Nomination; U.N. Security Council Condemns North Korea Nuclear Test; Syrian Rebels Seize Military Airport; U.N. Warns Toll Nears 70,0000; Bahraini Forces Disrupt Protest Ahead of Uprising's 2-Year Anniversary; Ex-Italian Intel Chief Sentenced for CIA Kidnapping; Pentagon Bugging Attorney-Detainee Meeting Rooms at Gitmo; Senate Backs Expansion of Violence Against Women Act; Obama Signs Exec Order on Cyber-Attacks; New York Could Delay Fracking Decision, Leaving Ban in Place; "Stop and Frisk" Lawsuit Granted Class Action Status

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Season 2013, Episode 33 Thursday, February 14, 2013

S2013 E33

Feb 14, 2013
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Thursday, February 14, 2013 Feb 14, 2013 2013/02/14 Headlines: Bahrain: Teenager Shot Dead in Protests on Uprising's 2nd Anniversary; Dozens Arrested at White House in Civil Disobedience Against Keystone XL Pipeline; Treasury Pick Jack Lew Questioned on Citigroup Bonus, Cayman Islands Investment; Senate Panel Delays Vote on Brennan Nomination, Demands More Info on Drone Strikes; Desmond Tutu Blasts Idea of Special Court to Review Targeting of U.S. Citizens, Not Others; New York: 9 Arrested Blocking Gate of Drone Operations Base; U.S., EU to Start Talks on Massive Free-Trade Deal; Undocumented Protesters, Allies Disrupt Senate Hearing on Immigration Reform; California Authorities Deny Intentionally Setting Fire at Cabin Where Fugitive Dorner Was Hiding; Minnesota: 9-Year-Old Boy Killed After Man Opens Fire on Passing Traffic; 2 Dead in Shooting at University of Maryland; People Around the World Dance in "One Billion Rising" Campaign to End Violence Against Women; Anoushka Shankar, Daughter of Ravi Shankar, Tells Her Story of Sexual Abuse; Paralympic Champion Oscar Pistorius Charged with Murdering Girlfriend; Indian Activist, Right Livelihood Award Winner Sankaralingam Jagannathan Dies at 100

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Season 2013, Episode 34 Friday, February 15, 2013

S2013 E34

Feb 15, 2013
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Friday, February 15, 2013 Feb 15, 2013 2013/02/15 Headlines: Senate Republicans Block Hagel Nomination; Bahrain to Probe Death of Teenager on Anniversary of Uprising; Meteorite Injures Hundreds in Russia; Body in Cabin Identified as Ex-LAPD Cop Christopher Dorner; Antitrust Questions Raised over American Airlines and U.S. Airways Merger; Senate Democrats Outline Plan to Avert Spending Cuts; Climate Change Bill Calls for Fee on Greenhouse Gas Emissions; Bill Introduced to Restrict Drone Use Inside the United States; Former GOP Chair in Florida Pleads Guilty to Grand Theft; Amazon Accused of Hiring Neo-Nazi Guards in Germany to Intimidate Foreign Workers; Report: Federal Weapons Prosecutions Fall Under Obama; 232 Journalists Were Imprisoned in 2012, 70 Killed in Line of Duty; Native American Leader Urges Passage of Expanded Violence Against Women Act; One Billion Rising: Actions to End Violence Against Women Held in 200 Cities; 40 One Billion Rising Events Held in New York City; 10th Anniversary Marked of Historic Global Protests Against Iraq War

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Season 2013, Episode 35 Monday, February 18, 2013

S2013 E35

Feb 18, 2013
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Monday, February 18, 2013 Feb 18, 2013 2013/02/18 Headlines: Tens of Thousands Rally in D.C. Against Keystone Pipeline; Admin Has Backup Plan on Immigration; Obama Talks Gun Violence in Chicago; Sister of Audience Member Slain Hours Later; Shiites Urge Protections After 85 Killed in Pakistan Bombing; Karzai Bans Forces from Calling in NATO Strikes; 37 Killed in Iraq Bombings; Bahrain Protests Continue After Uprising's 2nd Anniversary; Palestinians Stage Rallies for Hunger-Striking Prisoners; Correa Wins Re-election in Ecuador; Chávez Returns to Venezuela After 2-Month Absence; Thousands Rally in Maldives for Ousted President Nasheed; Washington St. Nuclear Site Leaking Radioactive Waste; Jesse Jackson Jr. Admits to Misusing Campaign Funds; Sen. Menendez Faces Probe of Donor Ties; NYC Bus Drivers End Month-Long Strike

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Season 2013, Episode 36 Tuesday, February 19, 2013

S2013 E36

Feb 19, 2013
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Tuesday, February 19, 2013 Feb 19, 2013 2013/02/19 Headlines: U.N.: ICC Should Launch Syria War Crimes Probe; Tens of Thousands of Syrian Refugees Flee into Jordan; Georgia Prepares to Execute Mentally Disabled Man; Colorado House Passes Gun-Control Measures; Chinese Military Accused of Waging Cyber-Attacks Against United States; Arrest Made After Pakistani Bombing Killed 89; Israeli Soldier Posts Photo of Palestinian Boy in Rifle Crosshairs; BBC Journalists Stage 24-Hour Strike; Spanish Airline Workers Launch Five-Day Strike; Europe Issues New Sanctions Against North Korea; Citing North Korea Nuke Test, Netanyahu Warns About Iran Threat; European Regulators to Crack Down on Google over Privacy Policy; Fight over Seed Patents Between Monsanto and Farmer Reaches High Court; South African Prosecutors Accuse Pistorius of Premeditated Murder

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Season 2013, Episode 37 Wednesday, February 20, 2013

S2013 E37

Feb 20, 2013
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Wednesday, February 20, 2013 Feb 20, 2013 2013/02/20 Headlines: U.N. Warns Syrian Humanitarian Crisis "Getting Worse" as Typhoid Outbreak Confirmed; Palestinian Prisoners Refuse Meals in Support of Hunger Strikers; Greek Workers Stage Anti-Austerity National Strike; Supreme Court to Review Limits on Individual Campaign Donations; Obama: Automatic Cuts Under Sequester "Will Hurt Our Economy"; North Carolina Cuts Jobless Benefits, Rejects Federal Aid; Death Row Prisoner Wins Stay of Execution in Georgia; Dept. of Education Panel Says School System Burdening Low-Income Children; 4 Dead in California Shooting Spree; Activists Disrupt Wastewater Fracking Site in Ohio; Palestinian Filmmaker Behind "5 Broken Cameras" Detained at LAX Ahead of Oscars

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Season 2013, Episode 38 Thursday, February 21, 2013

S2013 E38

Feb 21, 2013
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Thursday, February 21, 2013 Feb 21, 2013 2013/02/21 Headlines: Sen. Graham Reveals Toll of 4,700 in U.S. Drone War; Obama Admin Withholding Drone Memos, Seeking to Appease GOP on Benghazi; Pentagon Notifies Staffers of Sequestration Furloughs; Kerry: Spending Cuts Under Sequestration Threaten U.S. Diplomacy; Car Bombing Kills 31 in Syrian Capital; U.N.: Afghan Civilian Casualties See First Decline in 6 Years; HRW: Mexican Forces Tied to At Least 150 Disappearances in Drug War; Report: Obama Settles on Picks for EPA, Energy Dept.; Virginia Lawmakers Approve Strict Voter ID Bill; FBI Probes Insider Trading in Heinz Deal; Jesse Jackson Jr. Pleads Guilty in Corruption Case; Pentagon Investigates Controversial Interview of Navy SEAL Who Killed bin Laden; "5 Broken Cameras" Director Emat Burnat, Michael Moore Discuss LAX Incident

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Season 2013, Episode 39 Friday, February 22, 2013

S2013 E39

Feb 22, 2013
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Friday, February 22, 2013 Feb 22, 2013 2013/02/22 Headlines: Report: More Than 2,100 Gun Deaths in the U.S. Since Newtown Massacre; India: 16 Killed in Hyderabad Bomb Blasts; Syria: More Than 80 Killed in Damascus Bombings; U.N. Rejects Haiti Cholera Compensation Claims; Judge: Defense Lawyers Can Visit 9/11 Prisoners in Top-Secret Gitmo Facility; NATO Considers Maintaining Large Force of Afghan Troops; Winter Storm Blasts Midwest, Moves Toward Northeast; NOAA: More Than Half of U.S. Still in Drought; Russia: Balaclava-Wearing Professors Detained in Moscow on Anniversary of Pussy Riot Protest; Judge in Hacker Jeremy Hammond Case Opts Not to Recuse Herself Despite Alleged Conflict; FAIR: Corporate Media Largely Ignored Historic D.C. Climate Rally; 4 Indicted for Deadly Salmonella Outbreak Stemming from Peanut Plant; Study: 1/3 of U.S. Seafood Samples Are Mislabeled

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Season 2013, Episode 40 Monday, February 25, 2013

S2013 E40

Feb 25, 2013
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Monday, February 25, 2013 Feb 25, 2013 2013/02/25 Headlines: U.S. Special Forces Ordered Out of Afghan Province; U.S. Denies Reports of Post-2014 Afghan Deployment; U.S. Deploys 100 Troops in Niger to Prep Drone Base; Palestinians Accuse Israel of Torture in Prisoner's Death; Israel Demands PA "Calm the Territory" as Protests Spread; Tens of Thousands Protest Austerity in Madrid; Raúl Castro to Step Down in 2018; More Leaks Reported at Washington State Nuclear Site; Civil Trial Begins for Environmental Damages from BP Oil Spill; Anti-LGBT British Cardinal Resigns over Claims of Gay Advances; Molestation Victims: L.A. Cardinal Should Miss Conclave; Yale Suspends Plans for Pentagon-Funded "Interrogation" Program; Blackwater Officials Reach Plea Deal on Weapons Charges; Protests Held to Mark Bradley Manning's 1,000th Day in Prison

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Season 2013, Episode 41 Tuesday, February 26, 2013

S2013 E41

Feb 26, 2013
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Tuesday, February 26, 2013 Feb 26, 2013 2013/02/26 Headlines: Afghans Claim 9 Disappearances at Hands of U.S. Forces in Wardak; HRW: 141 Killed in Syrian Gov't Attack on Aleppo; Paul Threatens Hold on Brennan Vote over Assassination Program; Ex-White House Press Sec. Robert Gibbs: Admin Banned Acknowledgment of Drone Program; Gun Control Faces Key Test Before Senate Panel; McCain Tells Mother of Aurora Victim She Needs "Straight Talk" on Assault Weapons Ban; Appeals Court: No Constitutional Right to Concealed Weapons; 4-Year-Old Boy Accidentally Kills Himself with Father's Gun; Life Sentence for Qatari Poet Reduced to 15 Years; African Leaders Sign Framework Deal for DRC Conflict; Energy Firm Closes 3 Coal Plants as Part of Landmark Settlement; Feb. 26 Marks 1st Anniversary of Trayvon Martin Killing

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Season 2013, Episode 42 Wednesday, February 27, 2013

S2013 E42

Feb 27, 2013
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Wednesday, February 27, 2013 Feb 27, 2013 2013/02/27 Headlines: Senate Confirms Chuck Hagel After GOP Ends Filibuster; Obama, Boehner Spar as Sequestration Cuts Loom; Budget Fears Prompt Release of Hundreds of Undocumented Immigrants; Supreme Court Rejects Challenge to Sweeping Surveillance Law; Obama Admin Continues to Withhold Drone Memos from Congress; Afghans Protest U.S. Special Forces in Wardak Province; NATO Withdraws Claim of Declining Taliban Attacks; Iran Mulls EU3+3 Offer to Ease Sanctions; Judge Rejects Claim Bradley Manning Denied Speedy Trial; Appeals Court Strikes Down Florida, Georgia Drug Tests for Welfare Applicants; Arkansas Gov. Vetoes 20-Week Abortion Ban; Indiana Senate Advances Ultrasound Requirement; Federal Court Orders Release of Angola 3's Albert Woodfox for 3rd Time; Rallies Mark 1st Anniversary of Trayvon Martin Killing

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Season 2013, Episode 43 Thursday, February 28, 2013

S2013 E43

Feb 28, 2013
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Thursday, February 28, 2013 Feb 28, 2013 2013/02/28 Headlines: Senate to Vote on Sequester Proposals Ahead of Friday Deadline; Senate Confirms Jack Lew for Treasury; Senate Panel Delays Brennan Vote for 2nd Time; Hagel Takes Pentagon Helm After Confirmation Vote; Senate Judiciary Committee Weights Assault Weapons Ban; Newtown Father Appeals for Ban on Assault Rifles; U.S. Increases Aid to Syrian Rebels; Training Underway in Regional Country; Shell Delays Arctic Drilling After Setbacks; Bloomberg Super PAC Helps Defeat Pro-Gun Candidate in Illinois Primary; Judge Orders Release of Seattle Activists Jailed for Resisting Grand Jury Testimony; French Resistance Fighter Stéphane Hessel Dies at 95; Rosa Parks Statue Unveiled in Washington, D.C.

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Season 2013, Episode 44 Friday, March 01, 2013

S2013 E44

Mar 1, 2013
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Friday, March 01, 2013 Mar 1, 2013 2013/03/01 Headlines: Bradley Manning Admits Giving Documents to WikiLeaks in Bid to Show "True Costs of War"; U.S. Lawmakers Fail to Avert Sequester Cuts Before Deadline; Obama Admin Urges Supreme Court to Overturn California’s Same-Sex Marriage Ban; U.S. House Passes Expanded Violence Against Women Act; South Africa: Officers Suspended After Man Dragged Behind Police Van Dies; Explosions Targeting Shiites Kill Dozens in Iraq; China Accuses U.S. of Repeatedly Hacking Military Websites; Haiti: Ex-Dictator "Baby Doc" Duvalier Questioned in Court About Abuses Under His U.S.-Backed Rule; Maryland Senate Backs Sweeping Gun-Control Bill; U.S. Senators Delay Consideration of Assault Weapons Ban; Texas School Worker Shot During Gun Training Class; Keystone XL Pipeline Critic Disrupts TransCanada Speech by Locking Neck to Projector Screen; Red Lake Nation Members Occupy Land to Protest Enbridge Oil Pipelines; Study: Racial Wealth Gap Nearly Tripled Since Since Mid-1980s

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Season 2013, Episode 45 Monday, March 04, 2013

S2013 E45

Mar 4, 2013
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Monday, March 04, 2013 Mar 4, 2013 2013/03/04 Headlines: Obama Floats Entitlement Cuts After Sequester Kicks In; Military Prosecutors Seek Maximum Sentence for Bradley Manning; Environmentalists Decry State Dept. Environmental Review of Keystone XL; U.S. Apologizes for Strike That Killed 2 Children in Afghanistan; 45 Killed in Pakistan Bombing; Kerry Unveils $250 Million in U.S. Aid for Egypt; U.S. Sailors Sentenced for Rape in Japan; Landmark Treatment Cures Baby of HIV; Michigan Gov. to Appoint Emergency Manager to Replace Detroit City Council; Florida Farmworkers Launch March for Humane Conditions; Thousands Commemorate "Bloody Sunday" in Selma, Alabama

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Season 2013, Episode 46 Tuesday, March 05, 2013

S2013 E46

Mar 5, 2013
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Tuesday, March 05, 2013 Mar 5, 2013 2013/03/05 Headlines: Venezuela: Chávez Has "Severe" New Breathing Infection; Biden, Netanyahu Threaten Military Action on Iran at AIPAC Conference; Biden Avoids Mention of Settlement Building as Protesters Stage "Occupy AIPAC"; Kerry: U.S. Aid to Syrian Rebels Won't Be Misused; Syrian Rebels Capture Raqqa; 40 Soldiers Killed in Iraq Ambush; Obama Confirms Picks for EPA, Energy Dept.; White House Budget Nominee Heads Walmart Foundation; Attorneys: Gitmo Prisoners on 3-Week Hunger Strike; Appeals Court: Anti-Day-Labor Provision of Arizona's SB 1070 Unconstitutional; U.S., China Agree on U.N. Rebuke of North Korean Nuke Test; Arkansas Gov. Vetoes 12-Week Abortion Ban; Openly Gay Mayoral Candidate Brutally Killed in Mississippi; Grassroots Newscast FSRN Issues Urgent Appeal over Threat of Closure

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Season 2013, Episode 47 Wednesday, March 06, 2013

S2013 E47

Mar 6, 2013
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Wednesday, March 06, 2013 Mar 6, 2013 2013/03/06 Headlines: Venezuela Declares Week of Mourning for Hugo Chávez; Senate Panel Advances Brennan Nomination for CIA; Rand Paul: Obama Admin Response on Drones "More Than Frightening"; U.N. Rapporteur Demands Senate Findings on Bush-Era Torture; U.N.: Syrian Refugees Surpass 1 Million; Kerry: U.S. Involved in Talks on Arming Rebels; U.S. Tables New North Korea Sanctions at U.N. Security Council; Dow Hits Record High Amidst "Golden Age for Corporate Profits"; Protesters Challenge Texas Rejection of Medicaid Expansion; Landmark "Operation Condor" Trial Opens in Argentina; Jeremy Scahill Wins $150,000 Windham Campbell Award for Writing

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Season 2013, Episode 48 Thursday, March 07, 2013

S2013 E48

Mar 7, 2013
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Thursday, March 07, 2013 Mar 7, 2013 2013/03/07 Headlines: Venezuelans Mourn Chávez; Guard Recounts Last Words; Sen. Rand Paul Ends 12-Hour Brennan Filibuster over Drones; Holder: Obama to Answer Soon on Assassination Program; Holder Defends Prosecution of Internet Freedom Activist Aaron Swartz; Arkansas Approves Nation's Harshest Abortion Ban; Federal Judge Strikes Down Idaho's 20-Week Abortion Ban; House Passes Temporary Budget to Avoid Federal Shutdown; Syria Rebels Capture U.N. Peacekeepers; UNICEF: Israel Abusing Detained Palestinian Children; Report: U.S. Colonel Ignored Torture of Iraqi Militias Under His Watch; NY State Assembly Advances Fracking Ban; Mother Jones Wins Izzy Award for Special Achievement in Independent Media

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Season 2013, Episode 49 Friday, March 08, 2013

S2013 E49

Mar 8, 2013
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Friday, March 08, 2013 Mar 8, 2013 2013/03/08 Headlines: North Korea Threatens U.S., South Korean Nonaggression Pact After U.N. Sanctions Vote; Millions Visit Chávez Casket Ahead of State Funeral; Senate Confirms Brennan Nomination to Head CIA; Holder: No Drone Attacks on Non-Combatants in U.S.; Senate Advances Bill to Outlaw Clandestine Gun Sales; Obama Signs Violence Against Women Act into Law; Bin Laden Son-in-Law Extradited to U.S.; Philadelphia Panel Closes 23 Public Schools Amidst Protest; Wisconsin State Assembly Approves Controversial Iron Ore Mine; Homeless Mother Jailed for Sending Son to Public School with Fake Address; Palestinian Demonstrator Shot by Israeli Troops Dies from Wounds; Study: Global Temperatures Highest in 4,000 Years

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Season 2013, Episode 50 Monday, March 11, 2013

S2013 E50

Mar 11, 2013
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Monday, March 11, 2013 Mar 11, 2013 2013/03/11 Headlines: Karzai Chides U.S. over Taliban Talks, Prison Transfer, Detainee Abuse; Reported U.S. Drone Strike in Pakistan Kills At Least 2; Venezuela Calls Elections for April 14th After Chávez Funeral; Rival Venezuelan Candidates Capriles, Maduro Begin War of Words; U.S. Jobless Rate Hits 4-Year Low; Colorado Lawmakers Advance Gun Control Measures; South Dakota Opens Door to Guns in Classrooms; Survey: Declining Gun Ownership for U.S. Households; Saudi Arabian Human Rights Activists Sentenced to Lengthy Terms; Uhuru Kenyatta Wins Kenyan Presidential Election; India Rape Suspect Commits Suicide in Prison; Late Victim Honored by U.S.; State Dept. Withdraws Women of Courage Award for Egyptian Activist; African-American Teen Shot Dead by NYPD Officers

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Season 2013, Episode 51 Tuesday, March 12, 2013

S2013 E51

Mar 12, 2013
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Tuesday, March 12, 2013 Mar 12, 2013 2013/03/12 Headlines: U.N.: Civilian Space in Syria Is "Almost Completely Eroded"; U.S. Troops Face Deadliest Day This Year in Afghanistan; North Korea Declares End to 60-Year Armistice with South Korea; Obama Administration Warns China over Cyber-Attacks; Colorado Senate Passes Sweeping Gun Control Package; Six-Month-Old Baby Girl Critically Wounded in Chicago Drive-by Shooting; Anger Erupts over NYPD Killing of Brooklyn Teenager; "Mapping Muslims" Report Documents Chilling Effect of Police Surveillance; 25 Arrested at Keystone XL Pipeline Protest in Massachusetts; South Dakota Extends 72-Hour Abortion Waiting Period to Up to 6 Days; Judge Strikes Down NYC Ban on Large Sugary Drinks; U.S. Firms Stashed $166 Billion Offshore in 2012, Shielding 40% of Annual Profits; Fidel Castro: Cuba Has Lost "Best Friend" with Death of Chávez

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Season 2013, Episode 52 Wednesday, March 13, 2013

S2013 E52

Mar 13, 2013
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Wednesday, March 13, 2013 Mar 13, 2013 2013/03/13 Headlines: Gitmo Hunger Strike Grows to More Than 100 Detainees; Karzai Urges Public Support in Prison Standoff with U.S.; Report: CIA Expands Role in Iraq; Report: Over 2 Million Syrian Children Threatened by Conflict; U.N. Investigator: Iran Wages "Systemic and Systematic" Violations to Stifle Dissent; Palestinian Killed by Israeli Troops in West Bank; U.S. Expels Venezuelan Diplomats Amidst Coup Claims; Former Argentine Dictator Sentenced for Campo de Mayo Abuses; Intel Review: Cyber-Attacks More of a Threat to U.S. Than al-Qaeda; Senate Judiciary Advances Gun Violence Bills; Assault Ban Vote Delayed; Chicago Infant Johnylah Watkins Dies of Gun Wounds; Witness: Brooklyn Teen Slain by Police Wasn't Armed; Colorado Poised to Legalize Same-Sex Civil Unions

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Season 2013, Episode 53 Thursday, March 14, 2013

S2013 E53

Mar 14, 2013
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Thursday, March 14, 2013 Mar 14, 2013 2013/03/14 Headlines: Vatican Conclave Selects Pope Francis, First Pontiff from Latin America; Obama Rejects GOP Budget as Both Parties Unveil Plans; Colorado Lawmakers Approve Gun Laws; Inquiry: Mubarak Regime Behind Nearly 900 Killings of Egyptian Protesters; Netanyahu Finalizes Coalition Deal for New Term; Mourners Bury Unarmed Palestinian Shot Dead by Israeli Troops; Senate Panel Denounces Military Handling of Sexual Assault; Rape Trial Begins for Ohio High Schoolers; Attorneys for Aaron Swartz Allege Prosecutorial Misconduct for Withheld Evidence; 45 Arrested at Brooklyn Protest for Police Shooting of Kimani Gray; Florida Bartender Scott Prouty Comes Forward as Source of Romney "47 Percent" Tape

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Season 2013, Episode 54 Friday, March 15, 2013

S2013 E54

Mar 15, 2013
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Friday, March 15, 2013 Mar 15, 2013 2013/03/15 Headlines: New Study Reveals High Toll of Decade-Long Iraq War; Iraq: Coordinated Attacks Kill At Least 25; U.N.: Drone Strikes by U.S. Violate Pakistani Sovereignty; Report Faults JPMorgan for Misleading Public, Regulators While Losing Billions; Syrians Mark 2nd Anniversary of Uprising as Refugee Numbers Spike; France, Britain Push for End to Syria Arms Embargo; Obama Raises Prospect of Nuclear Arms in Iran Despite Testimony by Top Intel Official; Bahrain: Dozens Wounded in Clashes as Protesters Mark Anniversary; Michigan Governor Appoints Emergency Manager for Detroit; Senate Panel Advances Assault Weapons Ban; Police Kill Shooting Suspect in Upstate NY; Undercover Probe Leads to Tighter Checks at NY Gun Shows; Kimani Gray's Mother Questions NYPD Shooting of Her Son; U.S. Interior Secretary on Arctic Drilling: "Shell Screwed Up in 2012"; Study: Use of GMO Crops Fueling Historic Decline of Monarch Butterflies; Report: U.S. to Let Spy Agencies Monitor Financial Data; GOP Senator Rob Portman Backs Same-Sex Marriage Due to Gay Son

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Season 2013, Episode 55 Monday, March 18, 2013

S2013 E55

Mar 18, 2013
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Monday, March 18, 2013 Mar 18, 2013 2013/03/18 Headlines: Wardak Residents March for Withdrawal of U.S. Forces from Afghanistan; Obama Admin Drops Europe Missile Plan, Reorients to North Korea; EU Bailout Terms Spark Panic in Cyprus; Ohio High Schoolers Convicted in Rape Trial; Oil-Linked Firms Provided Research for State Dept.'s Keystone XL Review; White House Spokesperson Downplays Keystone XL Pipeline's Impact; Report: Obama Admin Mulls Delay of Emissions Cap for Power Plants; Appeals Court: CIA Can't Ignore <span class="caps">FOIA Requests on Drone Strikes; Federal Judge Rules National Security Letters Unconstitutional; Maryland Lawmakers Approve Death Penalty Ban; NYPD Officers in Kimani Gray Death Previously Sued for Civil Rights Violations; North Dakota Lawmakers Approve 6-Week Abortion Ban; JPMorgan Chase Execs Testify on "London Whale" Losses; Massive Procession Concludes Mourning Period for Hugo Chávez; Vigils in Olympia and Rafah Mark 10-Year Anniversary of Rachel Corrie's Killing

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Season 2013, Episode 56 Tuesday, March 19, 2013

S2013 E56

Mar 19, 2013
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Tuesday, March 19, 2013 Mar 19, 2013 2013/03/19 Headlines: Blasts Kill Scores in Iraq on 10th Anniversary of U.S.-Led Invasion; Congolese Rebel Leader Wanted for War Crimes Surrenders at U.S. Embassy; U.S. Condemns Syrian Firing of Rockets into Lebanon; Syrian Opposition Elects U.S. Citizen as Interim Prime Minister; Somalia: Suicide Bomber Kills at Least 10; Yemen Launches U.N.-Backed National Dialogue amid Protests; U.S. Role Seen as Key in Push for Global Arms Treaty; Study: 250,000 U.S. Guns Smuggled into Mexico Each Year; Trial Opens for Challenge to NYPD Stop-and-Frisk Policy; Obama Taps Tom Perez for Secretary of Labor; Hacker Who Revealed AT&amp;T Security Flaw Gets 3.5 Years in Prison; Steubenville: 2 Teenage Girls Arrested for Threatening Rape Victim Online

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Season 2013, Episode 57 Wednesday, March 20, 2013

S2013 E57

Mar 20, 2013
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Wednesday, March 20, 2013 Mar 20, 2013 2013/03/20 Headlines: Assault Weapons Ban Left Out of Gun Control Bill; Iraq Suffers Deadliest Day of Year on 10th Anniversary of U.S. Invasion; Obama Arrives in Israel for 3-Day Visit; White House Releases Obama's Persian New Year Address; Both Sides Allege Chemical Weapons Use in Syria Attack; Cyprus Parliament Rejects EU Bailout Demands; Guatemala Tries Ex-Dictator Efraín Ríos Montt on Genocide Charges; 7 Marines Killed in Nevada Explosion; Freddie Mac Sues Banks for Libor Losses; FDIC Agrees to Keep Silent on Settlements with Banks; Report: NYPD Devotes Over 1 Million Hours to Pot Arrests; Audio Confirms NYPD Use of Arrest, Summons Quotas; South Carolina Holds Primaries for 1st Congressional Seat; Gawker Publishes Bush Email Address on Iraq Anniversary; Michael Moore: Prosecute Bush Officials for Iraq War

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Season 2013, Episode 58 Thursday, March 21, 2013

S2013 E58

Mar 21, 2013
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Thursday, March 21, 2013 Mar 21, 2013 2013/03/21 Headlines: Obama, Netanyahu Stress Shared Stance on Iran; Obama Affirms "Unbreakable Bond" with Israel, Vows Aid; Palestinians Erect Tent Camp Ahead of Obama Visit; Syria, Rebels Ask U.N. for Chemical Weapons Probe; Karzai Backs Down on U.S. Special Forces Ban; North Korea Threatens U.S. Bases in Japan After B-52 Flight; Colorado Governor Signs Gun Control Law; Head of Colorado Prisons Shot Dead at Home; Gitmo General Acknowledges Growing Hunger Strike; U.S. Unveils Charges Against Saudi-Nigerian Terror Suspect; N.C. Church Stops Heterosexual Weddings to Protest Same-Sex Marriage Ban

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Season 2013, Episode 59 Friday, March 22, 2013

S2013 E59

Mar 22, 2013
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Friday, March 22, 2013 Mar 22, 2013 2013/03/22 Headlines: Obama Urges Palestinians to Drop Demand for Israeli Settlement Freeze; Protester Heckles Obama over Israeli Killings, Rachel Corrie Death; Obama Acknowledges Plight of Palestinians in Jerusalem Speech; Iran's Top Leader Says He's Not Opposed to Nuclear Talks with U.S.; Syria: Top Cleric Among Dozens Killed in Damascus Blast; U.N. to Probe Alleged Chemical Weapons Use in Syria; Report: U.S. to Shift Control of Drone Program from CIA to Pentagon; Former Top Obama Adviser Questions Drone War; 3 Dead in Shooting at Quantico Marine Base; Biden Pushes for Assault Weapons Ban Ditched by Senate Democrats; House Passes Bill to Avert Gov't Shutdown; FCC Chair Julius Genachowski to Step Down; Audio: NY Police Official Appears to Advocate Racial Profiling

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Season 2013, Episode 60 Monday, March 25, 2013

S2013 E60

Mar 25, 2013
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Monday, March 25, 2013 Mar 25, 2013 2013/03/25 Headlines: Cyprus Reaches $13B Bailout Deal with European Officials; Report: CIA Backing Increase in Arms Flow to Syrian Rebels; Report: CIA Feeding Intelligence to Rebels in Expansion of Syria Role; Kerry Presses Iraq to Stop Iranian Arms Flights to Assad; Top Syrian Opposition Leader Quits; Israel Destroys Syrian Military Post After Fire Hits Occupied Golan Heights; Blasts Rock Syrian Capital of Damascus; Netanyahu Apologizes to Turkey for Deadly Raid on Gaza Flotilla; Israeli Police Raid Palestinian Protest Camp After Obama Leaves; U.S. to Transfer Control of Bagram Prison to Afghan Gov’t; Rebels Seize Control of Central African Republic; Burma: Anti-Muslim Violence Spreads After Dozens Killed in Clashes; Report: Immigrants Being Held in Solitary Confinement for Weeks; North Dakota Puts End of Abortion on the Ballot; Georgia: 2 Teens Arrested After Baby Shot Dead in Stroller; NYC Mayor Bloomberg to Bankroll $12M Ad Campaign for Gun Control; Obama Urges Congress to Pass Gun-Control Measures; Video Captures Omaha Police Slamming Man to the Ground; Senate Passes 1st Budget Plan in 4 Years; Nigerian Literary Icon Chinua Achebe Dies at 82

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Season 2013, Episode 61 Tuesday, March 26, 2013

S2013 E61

Mar 26, 2013
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Tuesday, March 26, 2013 Mar 26, 2013 2013/03/26 Headlines: Supreme Court Takes Up Historic Same-Sex Marriage Cases; U.S. to Keep Unknown Number of Afghan Prisoners After Bagram Transfer; Kerry Makes Surprise Visit to Afghanistan; Afghanistan: 8 Suicide Bombers Hit Police HQ on 2nd Day of Kerry's Visit; U.N. Removes Half of International Staff in Syria After Damascus Clashes; Syrian Opposition Leader Takes Former Gov't Seat at Arab League Summit; Jailed Bahraini Activists Refuse Fluids After Family Visits Denied; U.S. Signs New Military Pact with South Korea; Microsoft Admits FBI Spying on Users Using Secretive National Security Letters; 3 Guantánamo Prisoners Hospitalized amid Ongoing Hunger Strike; NATO Researchers: U.S.-Israeli Cyber-Attack on Iran Was Illegal "Act of Force"; U.S. Criticized for Weakening Draft of Global Arms Treaty; Study: African Americans 10 Times More Likely to Be Shot Dead Than Whites; Hundreds Protest Measures That Would End Abortion in North Dakota; NYC Mayor Bloomberg Casts Use of Domestic Surveillance Drones as Inevitable; Study: U.S. Spent $3.7 Million on Expenses of Former Presidents in 2012

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Season 2013, Episode 62 Wednesday, March 27, 2013

S2013 E62

Mar 27, 2013
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Wednesday, March 27, 2013 Mar 27, 2013 2013/03/27 Headlines: Supreme Court Weighs Same-Sex Marriage for 2nd Day; Cyprus: Protests Continue as Economic Crisis Deepens; Leading Egyptian Activist Questioned amid Fears of Crackdown; Mass Protest Planned in Chicago over Plan to Close 54 Schools; North Dakota Enacts Law Banning Nearly All Abortions; Former CIA Head Petraeus Apologizes for Extramarital Affair; Obama Appoints 1st Female Head of Secret Service; BRICS Countries Plan New Development Bank in Challenge to U.S.-Dominated World Bank, <span class="caps">IMF; EPA: Most U.S. Rivers, Streams Are in Poor Condition; Study: Major Oklahoma Quake Likely Caused by Oil Drilling Waste; 2 U.S. Citizens Arrested After Refusing to Disclose Status to Border Patrol Before Domestic Flight; NYC Activists Stage Flash Mob to Demand Universal Access to Morning-After Pill

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Season 2013, Episode 63 Thursday, March 28, 2013

S2013 E63

Mar 28, 2013
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Thursday, March 28, 2013 Mar 28, 2013 2013/03/28 Headlines: Report: 4 Children Killed in Night Raid by Afghan, International Forces; Cyprus Banks Reopen with Tight Restrictions; Supreme Court Justices Appear Skeptical of Defense of Marriage Act; Thousands Protest School Closings in Chicago; U.S. Flies Nuclear-Capable Bombers over South Korea; Turkish Police Fire Tear Gas at Syrian Protesters in Refugee Camp; Report: Official Promoted to Top CIA Post Linked to Black Sites, Destruction of Torture Tapes; Priest Denies Role of Pope Francis in His Imprisonment During Military Junta; 50,000 Activists Gather for World Social Forum in Tunisia; Algerian Activists Barred from Traveling to World Social Forum in Tunisia; Outcry Grows over "Monsanto Protection Act" Weakening Regulation of GMO Crops; Wal-Mart Sues Groups over Protests at Stores; Arkansas Senate Overrides Veto of Voter ID Bill; Brazil Forcibly Evicts Indigenous Group to Prepare for World Cup; Anti-Keystone XL Protester Climbs Flagpole to Denounce Tar Sands Oil; Adbusters Calls for Actions to Shut Down Goldman Sachs Offices; Study: Every 3 out of 4 People Found with Drugs by Border Patrol Are U.S. Citizens; Nelson Mandela Hospitalized with Lung Infection

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Season 2013, Episode 64 Friday, March 29, 2013

S2013 E64

Mar 29, 2013
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Friday, March 29, 2013 Mar 29, 2013 2013/03/29 Headlines: Arms Treaty Heads for General Assembly Vote After New Objections; North Korea Orders Rocket Unit on Standby as U.S. Denies Provocation; Newtown Shooter Had Massive Arsenal at Home; Obama: "Shame on Us If We've Forgotten" Newtown; Guantánamo Attorneys Say Guards Cracking Down on Hunger Strikers; Red Cross Visit Begins; EPA Set to Unveil New Car, Gasoline Standards; Bombing Kills 15 Students at Damascus University; U.N. Approves "Offensive" Capability for Peacekeeping Ops in DRC; Bahrain Clears 21 Medics of Charges for Treating Demonstrators; Mandela Hospitalized for Lung Infection; AFL-<span class="caps">CIO Reports Progress in Dispute over Guestworker Pay in Immigration Reform; Former U.S. Soldier Accused of Fighting Alongside al-Qaeda in Syria; Lawsuit, Protests Challenge Michigan Emergency Manager Law

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Season 2013, Episode 65 Monday, April 01, 2013

S2013 E65

Apr 1, 2013
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Monday, April 01, 2013 Apr 1, 2013 2013/04/01 Headlines: ExxonMobil Oil Pipeline Spills Thousands of Barrels in Arkansas; White Supremacist Link Suspected in Shooting Death of Texas DA, Wife; U.S. Sends F-22 Fighter Jets to South Korea; NATO Airstrike Kills Child, Others in Afghanistan; India Supreme Court Rejects Swiss Drug Giant's Effort to Block Generic Drugs; Philippines Seeks Compensation for U.S. Ship's Damage to Coral Reef; Lawmakers Report Agreement in Bipartisan Immigration Talks; Federal Judge Invalidates Provisions of Indiana Anti-Immigrant Law; Rep. Don Young Apologizes for "Wetback" Comment; Obama Renews Call for Insfrastructure Projects; Atlanta Educators Indicted for School Cheating Scandal; KKK Members Rally Against Renaming of Memphis Parks; World Social Forum Concludes in Tunisia; Study: Cost of Afghan-Iraq Wars Grows to $4-$6 Trillion

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Season 2013, Episode 66 Tuesday, April 02, 2013

S2013 E66

Apr 2, 2013
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Tuesday, April 02, 2013 Apr 2, 2013 2013/04/02 Headlines: Report: Syria Marks Deadliest Month Since Uprising Began; North Korea Vows to Restart Nuclear Facilities; Iraq: Suicide Bomber Kills 9 amid Rise in Violence; Connecticut Lawmakers Reach Deal on Strict Gun-Control Rules; Georgia City Makes Gun Ownership Mandatory; Prosecutors Seek Death Penalty for Aurora Shooting Suspect; U.S. Criticizes Egypt for Curbing Free Speech After Comedian Faces Questioning; Judge Rules Stockton Is Eligible for Bankruptcy in California; Official Tally of Guantánamo Prisoners on Hunger Strike Continues to Rise; Yemen: Hundreds Call for Release of Guantánamo Prisoners; U.S. Soldier Fatally Stabbed in the Neck by Afghan Teen; Judge Rules Reselling of Digital Music Is Copyright Infringement; Former NYPD Captain: Police Commissioner Targeted Men of Color in Bid to "Instill Fear"; New York City Resumes Search for Human Remains in 9/11 Debris; Judge Dismisses Nearly All Claims Against Banks in Libor Scandal; DOJ Official Who Led Financial Crisis Probe Returns to Law Firm to Defend Corporations; British Forces Recount Abuses at Secret U.S. Prison in Iraq

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Season 2013, Episode 67 Wednesday, April 03, 2013

S2013 E67

Apr 3, 2013
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Wednesday, April 03, 2013 Apr 3, 2013 2013/04/03 Headlines: U.N. General Assembly Approves 1st Global Arms Treaty; U.S. Deploys 2nd Warship in Pacific to Confront North Korea; Kerry Denounces "Unacceptable Rhetoric" from North Korea; ExxonMobil Ordered to Take Corrective Action on Oil Spill; Anti-Abortion Measures Advanced in Alabama, Indiana; Arkansas GOP Overrides Veto of Voter ID Law; Defying State Threats, Arizona Town Approves Same-Sex Civil Unions; New York Lawmakers Indicted for Bribery Scandal; Schumer Protested for Stance on Immigration Reform, Private Prison Ties; Texas Death Row Prisoner Wins 2nd Reprieve over Racial Bias in Jury Selection; Top Climate Scientist James Hansen Retires to Focus on Activism

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Season 2013, Episode 68 Thursday, April 04, 2013

S2013 E68

Apr 4, 2013
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Thursday, April 04, 2013 Apr 4, 2013 2013/04/04 Headlines: Report: White House Reconsiders North Korea Strategy; North Korea Authorizes Nuclear Attack, U.S. Speeds Guam Missile Deployment; Connecticut Approves Gun-Control Bill; Maryland Bill Advances; Obama Pushes Bipartisan Gun Reform in Colorado Speech; Report Ties Lax Laws to Higher Rates of Gun Violence; 54 Killed in Taliban Attack on Afghan Court; Israeli Troops Kill 2 Palestinians as Prison Protests Spread; Hagel on Pentagon Cuts: "Everything is On the Table"; Clinic of Slain Abortion Provider George Tiller Reopens in Kansas; Tennessee Measure Would Cut Welfare for Children's Low Grades; Ex-SEC Head Joins D.C. Consulting Firm; Retail Giants Use Database on Workers Accused of Theft; Rutgers Fires Men's Basketball Coach over Abuse, Slurs Against Players; Fast Food Workers Stage Strike in NYC; Activists Launch Month of Protests Against Drones; 45th Anniversary of MLK's Assassination in Memphis

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Season 2013, Episode 69 Friday, April 05, 2013

S2013 E69

Apr 5, 2013
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Friday, April 05, 2013 Apr 5, 2013 2013/04/05 Headlines: Connecticut Gov. Signs New Gun-Control Law; Maryland Lawmakers Approve Gun-Control Bill; Obama Budget to Endorse Cuts to Social Security, Medicare; NATO Strike Kills 6 in Afghanistan; U.N. Suspends Aid to Gaza over Safety Concerns; Over 400 Fast Food Workers Take Part in NYC Strike; Federal Gov't Agrees to Limit Immigration Raids; ExxonMobil Eases Arkansas Oil Spill No-Fly Zone; Protesters at California Fundraisers Urge Obama to Reject Keystone XL; Environmentalist Daniel McGowan Returned to Prison After Publishing Article; Use of Offshore Tax Havens Detailed in Leaked Records

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Season 2013, Episode 70 Monday, April 08, 2013

S2013 E70

Apr 8, 2013
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Monday, April 08, 2013 Apr 8, 2013 2013/04/08 Headlines: U.S. Strike Kills 11 Children in Afghanistan; 5 Americans Killed in Afghan Attacks; U.S. Delays Missile Test, Citing North Korea; Iran Claims "Good Progress" in Nuclear Talks; Federal Judge Strikes Down Age Limit on Morning-After Pill; U.S. Posts Net Gain of 88,000 Jobs in March; GOP Senator Welcomes Obama Social Security Cuts, Sanders Vows Opposition; Report: U.S. Killed Militant to Win Pakistani Approval of Drone War; Activists Protest Drone Warfare at Military Firms; Georgia High Schoolers Challenge Segregrated Prom; "Occupy the Department of Education" Convenes in D.C.; Daniel McGowan Released After Arrest Under Outlawed Statute; Comedian Dick Gregory Launches Hunger Fast for Lynne Stewart; Documentary Filmmaker Les Blank Dies at 77; Former British PM Margaret Thatcher Dies at 87

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Season 2013, Episode 71 Tuesday, April 09, 2013

S2013 E71

Apr 9, 2013
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Tuesday, April 09, 2013 Apr 9, 2013 2013/04/09 Headlines: U.S. to Deploy New Laser Attack Weapon Near Iran; Kerry Continues Harsh Rhetoric Against Iran During Israeli Visit; Storage Pits Leaking at Embattled Fukushima Nuclear Plant; Obama Pushes Gun Control in Connecticut Visit; Senators Negotiating Deal on Background Checks; Syria: At Least 15 Killed in Damascus Suicide Blast; Italy Pardons U.S. Colonel Convicted in Rendition of Egyptian Cleric; Trial for Osama bin Laden's Son-in-Law Could Be Delayed by U.S. Budget Cuts; WikiLeaks: Vatican Dismissed Reports of Violence Under Pinochet as "Communist Propaganda"; Julian Assange Hails WikiLeaks' Release of "Kissinger Cables" in Video Address; Chile Exhumes Body of Poet Pablo Neruda to Probe Poisoning Claims; Philippines Bills U.S. $1.5 Million for Damages to Coral Reef; Hagel Seeks Changes to Military's Legal Process for Sexual Assault; Maryland Set to Legalize Medical Marijuana; Israeli Journalist Amira Hass Faces Backlash for Supporting Palestinian Right to Resist

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Season 2013, Episode 72 Wednesday, April 10, 2013

S2013 E72

Apr 10, 2013
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Wednesday, April 10, 2013 Apr 10, 2013 2013/04/10 Headlines: Vote Set to Begin Gun-Control Debate After GOP Backs Down on Filibuster; Newtown Families Lobby Congress for Gun-Control Vote; Sen. Inhofe: Obama Admin Using Newtown Families for Issue They Have Nothing to Do With; Biden: Threat of GOP Filibuster on Gun-Control Vote "Mind-Boggling"; 6-Year-Old Killed in Accidental Shooting; 14 Wounded in Stabbing Rampage at Texas College; Most Borrowers to Receive Paltry Sum from Banks in Foreclosure Settlement; North Korea Warns South of "Thermonuclear War"; Earthquake Kills 37 in Iran; Israeli Troops Shoot Palestinian Journalist in Face for Filming Raid; Kerry to Meet with Syrian Opposition After Israel-West Bank Visit; Alabama Gov. Signs Anti-Abortion Law; Arkansas Senate Advances New Curbs; Jury Awards $236 Million to New Hampshire for ExxonMobil Contamination; Arkansas Residents File Class Action Suit Against ExxonMobil for Oil Spill; Elderly Protester Halts Construction of Keystone XL in Oklahoma; Hundreds of Students Stage Walkout Against Budgets Cuts in New Jersey; Kelly Wins Illinois Special Election for Vacant House Seat; NYC to Pay Over $350,000 for Damage in Occupy Wall Street Raid

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Season 2013, Episode 73 Thursday, April 11, 2013

S2013 E73

Apr 11, 2013
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Thursday, April 11, 2013 Apr 11, 2013 2013/04/11 Headlines: Tens of Thousands Rally for Humane Immigration Reform; Senate Immigration Plan Sets Cumbersome Border Requirements; Obama Budget Plan Endorses Social Security Cuts; Petition Opposing Chained CPI Draws 2.3 Million Signatures; Senate to Hold First Gun-Control Vote After Compromise on Background Checks; Michelle Obama Pushes Gun-Control Vote; Rhode Island Introduces Gun-Control Measure; Military Court Raises Burden for Manning Prosecutors; Internet, Phone Access Curbed; HRW: Over 4,300 Civilians Killed in Syrian Strikes; U.N. Warns of Funding Shortfall for Syrian Refugees; Hagel: North Korea "Skating Very Close to a Dangerous Line"; Witness Ties Guatemalan President to Maya Killings in Montt Trial; Colombians Stage Nationwide March for Peace; Canadian Teen Commits Suicide over Alleged Rape, Bullying

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Season 2013, Episode 74 Friday, April 12, 2013

S2013 E74

Apr 12, 2013
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Friday, April 12, 2013 Apr 12, 2013 2013/04/12 Headlines: Senate Votes to Begin Debate on Gun Control; Syria: At Least 45 Die in Daraa as British Official Blasts Lack of World Action; Secret Documents Confirm U.S. Drone Policy Contradicts Public Claims; U.S. Officials Cast Doubt on Intel Report About North Korea's Nuclear Prowess; Report: Immigration Bill Could Deny Citizenship to Poor, Recent Arrivals; Lawyers Warn Hunger-Striking Gitmo Prisoners Could Soon Die; Chilean Students Hold Mass Rally for Free Education; Brazilians Protest Privatization of Maracanã Stadium for World Cup, Olympics; Venezuela: Presidential Candidates Give Final Speeches Before Election; Uruguay Lawmakers Vote to Legalize Same-Sex Marriage; Official: Break in Arkansas ExxonMobil Oil Pipeline Far Larger Than Believed; Israeli Military Locks Up 14-Year-Old Palestinian American for Throwing Stones; House Panel Approves Controversial Data-Sharing Bill; California: 3 Teens Arrested for Sexual Battery After Suicide of 15-Year-Old Girl; Las Vegas Cop Will Not Face Criminal Charges for Killing Unarmed Veteran; Director of Dr. Tiller's Former Abortion Clinic Faces Death Threats

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Season 2013, Episode 75 Monday, April 15, 2013

S2013 E75

Apr 15, 2013
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Monday, April 15, 2013 Apr 15, 2013 2013/04/15 Headlines: Chávez Successor Wins Venezuelan Election, Opposition Seeks Recount; Military Guards Fire on Guantánamo Hunger Strikers; Guantánamo Prisoner: "All of the Detainees Are Suffering Deeply"; Newtown Mother Delivers Obama's Weekly Address; Kerry Suggests Eased U.S. Stance on North Korea Talks; U.S. Pushes Japanese Involvement in TPP Talks; Former Texas Justice of the Peace Arrested for Prosecutor Slayings; North Dakota House Approves 20-Week Abortion Ban; Virginia Board of Health OKs New Limits on Abortion Clinics; EPA Delays Emissions Caps on New Power Plants; Russia, U.S. Impose Travel Bans in Widening Row; Florida Police Officer Fired for Using Trayvon Martin Image in Shooting Target; Tennessee Republican Withdraws Child Welfare Bill; GOP Lawmaker Behind North Korea Leak Seeks to Restore Missile Defense Cuts; Progressive, Conservative Groups Stage "K Street 5K" March Against Money in Politics

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Season 2013, Episode 76 Tuesday, April 16, 2013

S2013 E76

Apr 16, 2013
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Tuesday, April 16, 2013 Apr 16, 2013 2013/04/16 Headlines: 3 Dead, Scores Wounded as Two Bomb Blasts Hit Boston Marathon; Dozens Dead in Wave of Bombings Across Iraq; Somalia: At Least 30 Killed in Militant Attacks; Judge Denies Relief Motion from Hunger-Striking Guantánamo Prisoner; Powerful Earthquake Strikes Iran; Landmark Report Confirms U.S. Tortured Prisoners After 9/11; Report: Reform Bill Will Require Undocumented Immigrants to Pay Thousands in Fines; Venezuelan Opposition Candidate Continues to Challenge Maduro Victory; Syrian Opposition Says 30 Children Killed in Gov’t Air Strike; Report: Human Trafficking Increases in Europe; Obama Signs Bill Gutting Transparency Provisions in Insider Trading Law; Mississippi’s Only Abortion Clinic to Stay Open for Now; Students, Officials Condemn School-to-Prison Pipeline in NYC; New York Times Wins Pulitzers for Coverage of Abuses by Apple, Wal-Mart; Today Marks 50th Anniversary of MLK’s "Letter from a Birmingham Jail"

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Season 2013, Episode 77 Wednesday, April 17, 2013

S2013 E77

Apr 17, 2013
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Wednesday, April 17, 2013 Apr 17, 2013 2013/04/17 Headlines: FBI: Boston Marathon Bombs Built with Pressure Cookers, Filled with Shrapnel; Remaining Boston Marathon Fatalities Identified; 8-Year-Old Victim Carried Sign Urging "No More Hurting People"; Obama to Attend Memorial in Boston; Saudi Victim Ruled Out as Suspect; U.S. Drone Strike Kills 5 in Pakistan; Electoral Council Rules Out Venezuelan Recount as Tensions Grow; Authorities Intercept Ricin-Laden Letter to Senator Wicker; Senate to Hold Votes on Gun Amendments; Background Check Measure Lacks Support; Groups File Challenge to Arkansas Abortion Ban; Ohio Man Sentenced to 20 Years for Mosque Fire; Environmental Groups Challenge State Dept. on Keystone Review; U.N.: Over 1 in 4 Children "Stunted" by Malnutrition; New Zealand Recognizes Same-Sex Marriage

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Season 2013, Episode 78 Thursday, April 18, 2013

S2013 E78

Apr 18, 2013
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Thursday, April 18, 2013 Apr 18, 2013 2013/04/18 Headlines: Massive Blast Causes Casualties at Texas Fertilizer Plant; Authorities Spot At Least 1 Suspect in Boston Marathon Videos; Senate Kills Gun Reform with Defeat of Every Key Measure; Obama Decries "Shameful Day" After Senate Defeat of Gun Control; 4 Dems Join Republicans to Defeat Gun Reforms; GOP Bid to Override Concealed Carry Laws Fails; Gun Violence Survivor Removed from Senate Gallery After Yelling "Shame on You"; Giffords Denounces Senate for Blocking Gun Control; Mississippi Resident Detained for Ricin Letters; Supreme Court Rejects Human Rights Cases Against Foreign Corporations; Wife of Jailed Texas Official Says Husband Killed Prosecutors; Maduro Blasts Kerry for Rejecting Venezuelan Election Win; Palestinians Stage Prisoners Day Rallies; Israeli Military Court Jails Palestinian-American Teen for Throwing Rocks; Military Appeals Court Rejects Secrecy Challenge in Manning Trial

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Season 2013, Episode 79 Friday, April 19, 2013

S2013 E79

Apr 19, 2013
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Friday, April 19, 2013 Apr 19, 2013 2013/04/19 Headlines: Boston Bombing Suspect, Officer Dead After Night of Chaos; Manhunt Underway for 2nd Suspect; Violence Erupts Hours After FBI Releases Photos of Suspects; Obama Speaks at Interfaith Service in Boston; Teen Describes Fear After His Photo Appears on Cover of New York Post; 2 People Subjected to Violent, Anti-Muslim Attacks; Iraq: 32 Dead in Baghdad Blast Days Before Election; Report: Texas Fertilizer Plant That Exploded Was Last Inspected by OSHA in 1985; Venezuelan Officials to Expand Audit of Presidential Election Results; Sen. Manchin Blames NRA for Failure of Background Check Measure; House Passes CISPA Despite Obama Veto Threat

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Season 2013, Episode 80 Monday, April 22, 2013

S2013 E80

Apr 22, 2013
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Monday, April 22, 2013 Apr 22, 2013 2013/04/22 Headlines: Surviving Boston Marathon Suspect Faces Questioning, Charges; Police: 4 Unexploded Devices Seized from Suspects; Texas Plant Owner Failed to Disclose Excess of Dangerous Chemical; U.S. Resumes Drone Attacks in Yemen; Afghan Government Accuses CIA in Deadly Air Strike; Earthquake Kills At Least 180 in China's Sichuan Province; U.S. Expands Force-Feeding of Guantánamo Prisoners; Judge Rejects Order to Abandon Ríos Montt Trial; Maduro Sworn In to Venezuelan Presidency; Council Holds Electronic Audit; 85 Reportedly Killed in Syria; U.S. Doubles "Nonlethal" Opposition Aid; Musharraf Detained in Pakistan After Exile; Bahraini Forces Target Demonstrators During Grand Prix; Kansas Gov. Signs New Anti-Abortion Measures; 2 Wounded in Shooting at Denver Marijuana Rally; Boy Scouts Proposal Would Lift Ban on Gay Youth, Maintain It Against Adult Leaders

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Season 2013, Episode 81 Tuesday, April 23, 2013

S2013 E81

Apr 23, 2013
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Tuesday, April 23, 2013 Apr 23, 2013 2013/04/23 Headlines: Boston Bombing Suspect Charged, Reportedly Admitted to Role in Attacks Before Hearing Rights; Iraq: 26 Killed in Clashes Between Protesters and Security Forces; U.S. Soldier Pleads Guilty to Killing 5 Colleagues in Iraq; Syrian Activists Report Massacre Near Damascus; 12 Arrested at Anti-Guantánamo Protest in New York; Canadian Authorities Arrest 2 for Alleged Plot to Derail Train; Libya: Blast Injures 2 at French Embassy; Folk Singer Richie Havens Dies at 72

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Season 2013, Episode 82 Wednesday, April 24, 2013

S2013 E82

Apr 24, 2013
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Wednesday, April 24, 2013 Apr 24, 2013 2013/04/24 Headlines: Boston Marathon Suspect Cites Iraq, Afghanistan Wars as Motive; Slain Suspect Bought Fireworks 2 Months Before Attack; Wife Vows Cooperation with Probe; Reddit Apologizes for Wrongly Naming Suspects; Ricin Suspect Released, Decries "Nightmare" Arrest; At Least 70 Killed in Bangladesh Factory Collapse; At Least 42 Killed at Sunni Protest Camp in Iraq; Guatemala's Top Court Annuls Ríos Montt Trial; France Becomes 14th Country to Legalize Gay Marriage; Israel Accuses Syria of Using Chemical Weapons; Sen. Baucus to Retire in 2014; Inequality Widened During Post-Recession Period; Low-Wage Workers Strike in Chicago; Illinois Teen Indicted in FBI Terror Sting; Ohio Teacher Fired After Mother's Obit Includes Lesbian Partner; Cooper Union to Begin Charging Tuition; San Francisco Supervisors Vote for Fossil Fuel Divestment; U.S. Approves $10 Billion Nuclear Weapons Upgrade; Common Cause CEO, Ex-Congressmember Bob Edgar Dies at 69

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Season 2013, Episode 83 Thursday, April 25, 2013

S2013 E83

Apr 25, 2013
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Thursday, April 25, 2013 Apr 25, 2013 2013/04/25 Headlines: Toll from Bangladesh Factory Collapse Hits 200; Workers Stage Protests; Late Boston Marathon Suspect Was on Terrorism Watch List; Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Was Unarmed at End of Manhunt; Hundreds of Low-Wage Workers Strike in Chicago; Chicago Students Protest Closings, Standardized Tests; Hagel Rejects Israeli Claims on Syrian Chemical Weapons; U.N. Torture Investigator Says Bahrain Blocking Entry; EPA Challenges State Dept. Assessment of Keystone XL's Environmental Impact; Lawmakers Skip Hearing on Long-Term Unemployment; Federal Judge Orders Pentagon to Disclose Trainees at Controversial Military School; 2 Children Among 5 Killed in Illinois Shooting; Steubenville High School Coach Given 2-Year Extension; Prison Guards Indicted for Aiding Baltimore Gang; Explosion Wounds 3 on Alabama River Barges; Pro-Assad Group Claims Responsibility for Hacking AP Twitter Account; Rhode Island Poised to Legalize Same-Sex Marriage

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Season 2013, Episode 84 Friday, April 26, 2013

S2013 E84

Apr 26, 2013
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Friday, April 26, 2013 Apr 26, 2013 2013/04/26 Headlines: U.S. Officials Say Syrian Regime Likely Used Chemical Weapons; Iraq: Scores Killed in Sectarian Clashes; Obama Fails to Mention Iraq War in Speech Honoring Bush; New York Times Condemns Guantánamo as Hunger Strike Continues; Police Fire Tear Gas on Workers Protesting Bangladesh Building Collapse; Death Toll Nears 300; Russia: 38 Dead in Fire at Psychiatric Institution; Obama Attends Memorial for Blast Victims in West, Texas; U.N. Official Condemned for Highlighting Role of U.S. Policy in Boston Attacks; Renowned Newspaper "Egypt Independent" Releases Final Issue; U.N. Security Council Votes to Send Troops to Mali; Venezuela Arrests U.S. Filmmaker Accused of Fomenting Violence; Activist Joan Baez Sr., Mother of Famous Folk Singer, Dies at 100

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Season 2013, Episode 85 Monday, April 29, 2013

S2013 E85

Apr 29, 2013
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Monday, April 29, 2013 Apr 29, 2013 2013/04/29 Headlines: Military Admits 100 Prisoners on Hunger Strike at Guantánamo; Fire Erupts in Wreckage of Bangladesh Factory; Death Toll Rises to About 400; Syrian Prime Minister Survives Assassination Attempt; Pakistan Hit by Wave of Violence Ahead of Elections; Iraq Suspends Licenses of 10 TV Channels, Including Al Jazeera; Report: Troves of CIA Money Fueling Corruption in Afghanistan; Afghanistan: 4 U.S. Servicemembers Die in Plane Crash; Obama Urges Congress to Take Action on Sequester Cuts; Authorities Arrest New Suspect in Ricin Mailings; Iranian Scientist Released After More Than a Year in U.S. Detention; Mexico: Hundreds March to Demand Justice for Slain Journalist; Obama Jokes About Race, Republicans at White House Correspondents' Dinner; Report: African-American Voter Turnout Topped White Turnout in 2012; Obama to Tap Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx for Transportation Post; 31 Arrested for Protest at Drone Base in Upstate New York; Court Denies Early Release for Jailed Pussy Riot Member; Oklahoma City Mosque Vandalized in Possible Hate Crime; Tens of Thousands Remain Homeless 6 Months After Superstorm Sandy; Feminist Journalist Mary Thom Dies in Motorcycle Crash at 68; Georgia Students Attend School's 1st Racially Integrated Prom

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Season 2013, Episode 86 Tuesday, April 30, 2013

S2013 E86

Apr 30, 2013
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Tuesday, April 30, 2013 Apr 30, 2013 2013/04/30 Headlines: Israeli Air Strike Kills Palestinian in Gaza; Explosion Rocks Syrian Capital Damascus; U.N. Seeks Firmer Evidence on Alleged Use of Chemical Weapons in Syria; Iraq: 36 Killed in Blasts South of Baghdad; Mexican Activists Call for Curbs on Flow of U.S. Guns; Europe Bans Pesticide Believed to Seriously Harm Bees; Woman Who Filmed Slaughterhouse from Street is 1st to Face Prosecution Under "Ag-Gag" Laws; Study: Racial Wealth Gap Widened During Recession; NBA Player Jason Collins Discloses He is Gay

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Season 2013, Episode 87 Wednesday, May 01, 2013

S2013 E87

May 1, 2013
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Wednesday, May 01, 2013 May 1, 2013 2013/05/01 Headlines: Obama Renews Guantánamo Closure Vow, Defends Force-Feeding; Report: U.S. Close to Arming Syrian Rebels; U.S. Deploying Troops in Mali; May Day Protests Worldwide Oppose Austerity, Exploitation; Ríos Montt Genocide Trial Resumes in Guatemela; Arab League Renews Israel Peace Offer, Accepts Land Swaps; FDA Lowers Plan B Eligibility Age to 15 Years Old; Zimmerman Waives "Stand Your Ground" Hearing; San Francisco Gay Pride Parade Revokes Grand Marshal Honor for Bradley Manning; Same-Sex Civil Unions Begin in Colorado

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Season 2013, Episode 88 Thursday, May 02, 2013

S2013 E88

May 2, 2013
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Thursday, May 02, 2013 May 2, 2013 2013/05/02 Headlines: May Day Rallies Nationwide Back Immigrant, Labor Rights; 18 Arrested in Seattle May Day Protests; 3 Accused of Obstructing Boston Marathon Probe; Bolivia Orders Expulsion of USAID; North Korea Sentences U.S. Citizen to 15 Years; Obama Admin to Challenge Emergency Contraception Access for All Ages; Obama Taps Industry Lobbyist to Head FCC; Brother, 5, Kills Infant Sister With Children's Rifle; Florida Teen Charged, Expelled for Science Experiment Mishap; Disabled Turkey Plant Workers Awarded $240 Million in Damages for Abuses, Discrimination; Muslim Taxi Driver, Iraq War Veteran Accuses Aviation Exec of Assault, Hate Crime

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Season 2013, Episode 89 Friday, May 03, 2013

S2013 E89

May 3, 2013
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Friday, May 03, 2013 May 3, 2013 2013/05/03 Headlines: Bangladesh Garment Building Toll Hits 500; Engineer Detained; Obama Faces Immigration Protests in Mexico Visit; Obama Defends Challenge to Emergency Contraception Ruling; Assata Shakur Added to FBI's Most Wanted Terrorists List; Pro-Assad Forces Accused of Killing up to 100 in Raid; April Was Iraq's Deadliest Month Since 2009; U.N.: Close to 260,000 Died in Somali Famine; At Least 60 Killed in Sudan Mine Collapse; Boston Bombing Suspects Allegedly Planned July 4th Attack; Obama Unveils Trade, Commerce Cabinet Picks; Rep. Mel Watt Tapped to Head Federal Housing Finance Agency; Maryland Repeals Death Penalty, Legalizes Medical Marijuana; Rhode Island Legalizes Marriage Equality

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Season 2013, Episode 90 Monday, May 06, 2013

S2013 E90

May 6, 2013
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Monday, May 06, 2013 May 6, 2013 2013/05/06 Headlines: Syria Calls Apparent Israeli Strikes "An Act of War"; Report: U.S., Allies Discussed Syria Strikes; U.N. Investigator: Syrian Rebels Likely Using Nerve Gas; Bangladesh Toll Hits 645; Murder Probe Begins; 7 U.S. Troops Killed in Afghanistan; U.N. Seeks Nigeria Probe After 200 Killed; Obama Concludes Latin America Visit; U.S. Unemployment Rate Falls to 7.5 Percent; NRA Celebrates Defeat of Gun Control at Annual Meeting; Suicide Rate Increases for Middle-Aged Americans; U.S. Says Paroled Member of "Cuban 5" Can Remain in Cuba

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Season 2013, Episode 91 Tuesday, May 07, 2013

S2013 E91

May 7, 2013
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Tuesday, May 07, 2013 May 7, 2013 2013/05/07 Headlines: Report: 196 Died Each Day in Syria Last Month; U.S. Senator Menendez Introduces Bill to Arm Syrian Rebels; U.N. Panel: No Conclusive Findings Yet on Chemical Weapons in Syria; Pakistan: Dozens Killed in Attacks on Political Party; Bangladesh: Rallies Banned in Dhaka After Clashes Between Police &amp; Religious Activists Kill 27; Death Toll from Bangladesh Building Collapse Tops 700; Friend of Boston Marathon Bombing Suspect Released on Bond; Man Arrested for Alleged Terror Plot in Minnesota; U.S. Directly Accuses China of Hacking Its Computers; Air Force Officer Who Led Sexual Assault Prevention Unit Arrested for Alleged Sexual Attack; NY Attorney General to Sue Wells Fargo, Bank of America for Violating Foreclosure Deal; NYT: 7 of Top 20 Highest-Paid CEOs Were Media Moguls; Study: Acidification from CO2 Emissions Threatens Oceans; "Cuban 5" Member Criticizes Imprisonment by U.S.; Kidnapping Survivor Elizabeth Smart: Abstinence-Only Sex Ed Fueled Shame After She Was Raped; 3 Women Missing for a Decade Are Found in Ohio

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Season 2013, Episode 92 Wednesday, May 08, 2013

S2013 E92

May 8, 2013
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Wednesday, May 08, 2013 May 8, 2013 2013/05/08 Headlines: Neighbors: Police Ignored Warnings About Ohio Home Where Captives Were Freed; Ohio Kidnapping Victims Reunited with Family Members; Pentagon: Military Sexual Assaults Increase 37%; Mississippi Death Row Prisoner Denied DNA Tests Wins Reprieve; Texas Carries Out 5th Execution of Year; U.S., Russia Plan New International Conference on Syria; Report: Pentagon Plans for Breakup of Syria; Syria Cut Off from Global Internet; Torture-Linked Official Won't Continue as Head of CIA Clandestine Service; Report: U.S. Overhauls Internet Surveillance Rules; Delaware Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage

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Season 2013, Episode 93 Thursday, May 09, 2013

S2013 E93

May 9, 2013
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Thursday, May 09, 2013 May 9, 2013 2013/05/09 Headlines: 8 Killed in Bangladesh Factory Fire; Toll from Building Collapse Nears 900; Ariel Castro Charged in Cleveland Kidnapping, Abuse Case; State Dept. Official Claims Demotion for Criticism of Benghazi Response; Israel OKs More Settlement Expansion; Kerry Announces Visit; Stephen Hawking Backs Academic Boycott of Israel; Closing Arguments Held in Genocide Trial of Former Guatemalan Dictator Efraín Ríos Montt; Activist: Biden Avowed Opposition to Keystone XL Pipeline; EPA: No Plans for Curbing Greenhouse Gases from Existing Power Plants; House Panel Backs Weakening of Derivatives Rules; Peace Activists Convicted for Protest at Tennessee Nuclear Site; Docs: FBI, Justice Dept. Assert Right to Warrantless Internet Spying; Ex-Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling Reaches Deal for Early Release; Colorado Legislature Approves Drivers Licenses for Undocumented Immigrants, 1st Ever Marijuana Tax; Blacks Voted at Higher Rate Than Whites in 2012 Elections; Cooper Union Students Stage Sit-In to Preserve Free Tuition

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Season 2013, Episode 94 Friday, May 10, 2013

S2013 E94

May 10, 2013
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Friday, May 10, 2013 May 10, 2013 2013/05/10 Headlines: Death Toll from Bangladesh Building Collapses Tops 1,000; Survivor Rescued After 17 Days in Rubble; Man Accused of Holding 3 Women Captive in Ohio Could Face Death Penalty; Minnesota House Passes Bill to Legalize Same-Sex Marriage; Philadelphia Mayor Signs Landmark LGBT Rights Bill; Co-Author of Controversial Immigration Study Argued Latinos Have Lower IQs; Afghan President Says U.S. Can Have 9 Bases After Withdrawal; Facebook Removes Marines-Linked Page Featuring Rape Jokes About Female Soldiers; Uruguay Sentences Military General to 28 Years for Dictatorship-Era Death; Son of Former Pakistani Prime Minister Kidnapped 2 Days Before Election; Republicans Block Confirmation of Obama’s Pick to Head EPA; Fast-Food Worker Strikes Spread to Detroit, St. Louis; New York City Council Passes Sick-Pay Bill; Poor People's March to Honor Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.; Grandson of Malcolm X Reportedly Killed in Mexico

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Season 2013, Episode 95 Monday, May 13, 2013

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May 13, 2013
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Monday, May 13, 2013 May 13, 2013 2013/05/13 Headlines: Ex-Guatemalan Dictator Ríos Montt Imprisoned After Genocide Conviction; Atmospheric Concentration of Carbon Dioxide Hits 400ppm Milestone; Ex-PM Nawaz Sharif Wins Pakistani Election Amidst Rigging Claims, Violence; Cleveland Victims Thank Supporters; Paternity Test Confirms Suspect Fathered Rescued Child; 19 Shot at New Orleans Mother's Day Parade; IRS Apologizes for Scrutiny of Tea Party Groups; Activists Rally for Guantánamo Closure; Benghazi Emails Show White House Role in Talking Points; Report: CIA Relied on Libyan Militia to Guard Benghazi Compound; Co-Author of Heritage Foundation Immigration Study Resigns; Federal Judge Rejects Admin's Bid to Stay "Morning-After Pill" Ruling; Texas Authorities Launch Criminal Probe of Fertilizer Blast; Spaniards Mark 2nd Anniversary of "Indignados" Movement; Mothers' Group Holds Gun-Control Rallies Nationwide; Activists Stage Weekend Poor People's Campaign and March

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Season 2013, Episode 96 Tuesday, May 14, 2013

S2013 E96

May 14, 2013
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Tuesday, May 14, 2013 May 14, 2013 2013/05/14 Headlines: Obama Admin Secretly Obtains Trove of Associated Press Phone Records in "Unprecedented Intrusion"; Search for Bodies at Collapsed Garment Building in Bangladesh Ends; Death Toll at 1,127; Worker Describes 17 Days Trapped in Garment Building’s Rubble; European Firms Commit to Plan for Improving Bangladesh Factory Safety; Report: Acting IRS Commissioner Knew About Targeting of Right-Wing Groups in May 2012; Supreme Court Sides Unanimously With Monsanto in Seed Patent Case; Minnesota Governor to Sign Bill Allowing Same-Sex Marriage; Document Reveals New Protocol for Force-Feeding Guantánamo Hunger Strikers; Obama, Cameron Vow to Increase Pressure on Syrian Gov’t; Abortion Doctor Kermit Gosnell Found Guilty of First-Degree Murder; Court Delays Unrestricted Sale of Emergency Contraception; Former Guatemalan Dictator Ríos Montt Hospitalized After Fainting; Mexican Authorities Arrest 2 for Beating Death of Malcolm Shabazz

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Season 2013, Episode 97 Wednesday, May 15, 2013

S2013 E97

May 15, 2013
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Wednesday, May 15, 2013 May 15, 2013 2013/05/15 Headlines: Holder Defends Monitoring of AP Phone Records; Wal-Mart Linked to Collapsed Bangladeshi Factory; The Gap Rejects Safety Pact; Russia Expels Alleged CIA Spy Caught Recruiting; 3 U.S. Soldiers Killed in Afghanistan; Minnesota Gov. Signs Same-Sex Marriage Law; Fort Hood Sexual Assault Coordinator Accused of Abuses; Warren Questions Regulators, Justice Dept. on Lack of Wall Street Prosecutors; Fast-Food Workers Strike in Milwaukee; Undocumented Immigrants Protest Deportations at Illinois Jail; Former Head of Hispanic Outreach for Florida GOP Switches Parties over "Intolerance"; Cooper Union Students Continue Tuition Protest; Seattle Teachers Win Campaign Against Standardized MAP Test; Angelina Jolie Reveals Double Masectomy for Breast Cancer; Firm Owns Mutation Gene

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Season 2013, Episode 98 Thursday, May 16, 2013

S2013 E98

May 16, 2013
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Thursday, May 16, 2013 May 16, 2013 2013/05/16 Headlines: IRS Commissioner Forced to Resign over Extra Scrutiny of Right-Wing Groups; Holder: Deputy Signed Off on AP Subpoenas; Holder Unsure of How Many Journalist Subpoenas He's Approved; Report: Verizon Gave Justice Dept. Records of 2 Journalists; White House Seeks Revival of Media Shield Law; Dem Rep. Blasts Holder for Drug War, Marijuana Crackdown; Suicide Attack Kills 10 in Kabul; Group Tells AP of Plans to Target U.S. Soldiers; U.N. General Assembly Condemns Syrian Gov't as Toll Passes 80,000; Palestinians Mark 65th Anniversary of "Nakba"; Up to 6 Dead in Cambodia Shoe Factory Collapse; White House Releases Emails on Benghazi Talking Points; U.S. Earns $50.6 Billion Profit on Student Interest; Regulators Back Down on New Derivatives Rule; Hundreds Take Part in Milwaukee Fast-Food, Retail Strike; North Dakota Abortion Clinic Challenges New Restriction; Charges Dropped Against NYPD Officer in Shooting Death of Ramarley Graham; New DNA Evidence Could Clear Florida Death Row Prisoner

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Season 2013, Episode 99 Friday, May 17, 2013

S2013 E99

May 17, 2013
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Friday, May 17, 2013 May 17, 2013 2013/05/17 Headlines: Guantánamo Hunger Strike Enters 100th Day; 30 Prisoners Being Force-Fed; Number of Syrian Refugees Tops 1.5 Million; Obama: U.S. Won't Take Unilateral Action Against Assad; Obama Defends Secret Subpoena of Associated Press Phone Records; DOJ Releases Completely Blacked-Out Memo on Surveillance of Text Messages; Obama Appoints New Acting IRS Commissioner; Audit of Witness Protection Program Finds Gaps in Tracking of Terror Suspects; Note by Boston Bombing Suspect Cites U.S. Wars in Iraq, Afghanistan as Motive; 9 Afghan Civilians, 6 Americans Killed in Kabul Suicide Bombing; Cause of Texas Fertilizer Plant Explosion Still Unknown 1 Month Later; 3rd U.S. Military Official Tasked with Sexual Assault Prevention Is Accused of Abuse; Senate Panels Advance Obama Nominees for Labor Dept., EPA with No Republican Support; House Lawmakers Reach Tentative Deal for Immigration Reform; 7 Still Missing After Texas Tornadoes; At Least 6 Dead; LulzSec Computer Hackers Get Jail Terms in Britain; Case Dropped Against Florida Teen Arrested for Science Experiment; Today Marks 45th Anniversary of Catonsville 9 Protest Against Vietnam War; Woman in El Salvador Asks Supreme Court for Life-Saving Abortion

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Season 2013, Episode 100 Monday, May 20, 2013

S2013 E100

May 20, 2013
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Monday, May 20, 2013 May 20, 2013 2013/05/20 Headlines: U.S. Drone Strikes Reportedly Kill 6 in Yemen; Obama Speech to Outline Drone, Guantánamo Policy; Protests Mark 100th Day of Guantánamo Hunger Strike; Syria: Dozens Reported Dead in Fighting Near Lebanon Border; Russia Sends Advanced Missiles to Syria; Sectarian Violence Kills Dozens in Iraq; Leading Pakistani Politician Shot Dead; Imprisoned Ex-Argentine Dictator Jorge Rafael Videla Dies at 87; AP Head Open to Lawsuit for "Unconstitutional" DOJ Spying; Report: DOJ Monitored Journalist's Emails, Phone Records in North Korea Leak Case; White House Was Informed of IRS Issues Weeks Earlier; Federal Judge Blocks Arkansas Anti-Abortion Law; Chicago Teachers March Against School Closings; Thousands Protest Education Cuts in Philadelphia; Hate Crime Alleged in Shooting Death of Gay New Yorker

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