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Season 2014, Episode 01 Wednesday, January 01, 2014

S2014 E01

Jan 1, 2014
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Wednesday, January 01, 2014 Jan 1, 2014 2014/01/01 Headlines:$

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Season 2014, Episode 02 Thursday, January 02, 2014

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Jan 2, 2014
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Thursday, January 02, 2014 Jan 2, 2014 2014/01/02 Headlines: South Sudan Peace Talks Begin Amidst Continued Violence; U.N.: Both Sides of South Sudan Conflict Committing "Terrible Violence"; Hotel Bombing Kills 11 in Somalia; Militants Control Provincial Capitals in Growing Iraq Violence; Al Jazeera Seeks Release of 3 Detained Journalists in Egypt; Israel to Announce New Settlements After Kerry Visit; Explosion Kills Palestinian Ambassador to Czech Republic; Millions Receive Coverage as Obamacare Plans Take Effect; De Blasio Takes Aim at NYC's Ineqality in Inaugural Address; Civil Rights Attorney Lynne Stewart Free After Compassionate Release; Colorado Retailers Begin Legal Marijuana Sales; Judge Strikes Down Welfare Drug Tests in Florida; Federal Judge Upholds Unfettered Electronics Searches at U.S. Border; Catholic Groups Win Obamacare Exemption on Contraception Coverage; NYT Editors Back Clemency for Edward Snowden

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Season 2014, Episode 03 Friday, January 03, 2014

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Jan 3, 2014
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Friday, January 03, 2014 Jan 3, 2014 2014/01/03 Headlines: Sunni Militants Lay Siege to Key Cities in Iraq; U.N. Warns Global Crises Testing Limits of Humanitarian System; South Sudan Peace Talks Begin; Rebels Forcibly Recruit Civilians; Bomb Blast Kills 5 South of Beirut; U.S. Senators Pressure Afghan President on Troop Deal, Prisoner Release; Cambodia: Police Open Fire on Striking Garment Workers; Former Rwandan Spy Chief Murdered in South Africa; U.S. Transfers Last 3 Uighur Prisoners from Guantánamo; Snowstorm Blasts Eastern U.S.; Israeli Politicians Mark New West Bank Settlements as Kerry Arrives for Talks; Hundreds Protest After Teenage Rape Victim Burned to Death in India; Catholic Official Released from Prison After Appeal in Sex-Abuse Case; California Court Lets Undocumented Man Become Lawyer; Bratton Sworn In as New York City Police Commissioner; Report: World's Top 300 Wealthiest People Got Richer Last Year

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Season 2014, Episode 04 Monday, January 06, 2014

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Jan 6, 2014
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Monday, January 06, 2014 Jan 6, 2014 2014/01/06 Headlines: Iraq Loses Control of Fallujah, Key Site in U.S. War; Syria Rebels Battle Al-Qaeda-Linked Fighters; Afghanistan: Violence Against Women Hits Record High; "Polar Vortex" Brings Life-Threatening Cold to U.S.; Australia Suffers Hottest Year on Record; 30,000 African Migrants Protest Detention Law in Israel; Kerry: Saudi King Voices "Enthusiastic Support" for Peace Talks; Egypt Court Sentences 12 Activists to Suspended Jail Terms; Boeing Workers Accepts Major Concessions to Keep 777x in Washington; NSA Declines to Specify Whether It's Spying on Congress; Report: Oil in ND Train Explosion Contained High Levels of Flammable Chemicals; AP: States Confirm Oil, Gas Drilling Contaminates Well-Water; USDA Proposes Lifting Restrictions on <span class="caps">GMO Corn, Soybean Seeds; Appeals Court Considers Texas Rule That Shuttered Abortion Clinics

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Season 2014, Episode 05 Tuesday, January 07, 2014

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Jan 7, 2014
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Tuesday, January 07, 2014 Jan 7, 2014 2014/01/07 Headlines: Peace Activists Admit to Role in FBI Burglary That Exposed <span class="caps">COINTELPRO; Record Cold Temperatures Envelop United States; U.S. Accelerates Military Shipments to Iraq; Israel Approves New Settlements After Kerry's Visit; U.N.: Half of Central African Republic Needs Aid; Supreme Court Halts Same-Sex Marriages in Utah; Chicago Gun Ban Struck Down by Judge; Senate Confirms Yellen as 1st Woman to Chair Federal Reserve; Liz Cheney Abandons Bid for Wyoming Senate Seat; Texas Hospital Keeps Brain-Dead Woman on Life Support Because She Is Pregnant; Steubenville Rapist Released After Less Than a Year in Juvenile Prison; Trial Opens for SAC Manager Accused of Record Insider Trading Scheme; Former FCC Chair Joins Secretive Carlyle Group

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Season 2014, Episode 06 Wednesday, January 08, 2014

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Jan 8, 2014
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Wednesday, January 08, 2014 Jan 8, 2014 2014/01/08 Headlines: Polar Vortex Begins to Lift After 9 Deaths in U.S.; Extension of Jobless Benefits Face GOP Challenge Despite Senate Vote; JPMorgan Pays $2.6 Billion Fine to Avoid Criminal Charges in Madoff Case; Iraq Violence Leaves Dozens Dead; Thousands Flee Fallujah; Syria Begins Removal of Chemical Stockpile; Al-Qaeda Group Leader Rejects Ceasefire Call from Rival in Syria; Morsi Trial Delayed in Egypt; U.S. to Deploy Additional Forces, Tanks to South Korea; Victim in Maryville Rape Case Hospitalized After Suicide Attempt; Los Angeles County Sheriff Resigns After Deputy Arrests; Ex-Defense Secretary Gates Says Obama Doubted Afghanistan Strategy

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Season 2014, Episode 07 Thursday, January 09, 2014

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Jan 9, 2014
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Thursday, January 09, 2014 Jan 9, 2014 2014/01/09 Headlines: 13 Killed in Baghdad Suicide Bombing; Iraqi Forces Prep Fallujah Assault; Syrian Rebels Seize Aleppo Base From Rival Faction; Opposition Forces Attack Syrian Chemical Site; Central African Republic President Reportedly Set to Resign as Crisis Grows; White House Launches Probe as Video Emerges of Yemen Drone Attack; Utah Won't Recognize Same-Sex Marriages; 21 Killed as Polar Vortex Eases Across U.S.; Christie Aide Ordered Traffic Closure for Political Retaliation; Gates: Biden "Wrong on Nearly Every Issue"; 100 Charged in NYC Disability Scam; 6 Killed in Separate U.S. Helicopter Crashes; Giffords Skydives 3 Years After Near-Death in Tucson Shooting

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Season 2014, Episode 08 Friday, January 10, 2014

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Jan 10, 2014
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Friday, January 10, 2014 Jan 10, 2014 2014/01/10 Headlines: Obama Meets With Privacy Advocates in NSA Surveillance Review; European Parliament Invites Snowden to Testify; West Virginia Declares State of Emergency After Chemical Spill in Elk River; "Humiliated" Christie Fires Aide Who Ordered Bridge Closure; Karzai Releases Dozens of Prisoners in Defiance of U.S.; U.S. Accused of Secret Prisons, Killing of Afghan Boy; Syrian Forces Kill Dozens in Homs; Interim Central African Republic President Resigns Amidst Fighting; South Sudan, Rebels at Impasse; Thousands Flee Fighting; Egypt Extends Jailing of Al Jazeera Journalists; Diplomat Returns Home to India After U.S. Arrest; Panel Clears 1st Guantánamo Prisoner for Transfer; Jesuit Order Dismisses Activist Priest John Dear; Study: 48% of U.S. Blacks Arrested by Age of 23; Transgender Woman Jailed in Controversial Case to See Early Release

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Season 2014, Episode 09 Monday, January 13, 2014

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Jan 13, 2014
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Monday, January 13, 2014 Jan 13, 2014 2014/01/13 Headlines: West Virginia Residents Face 5th Day Without Tap Water; No Inspections at West Virginia Plant Behind Chemical Leak Since 1991; Unemployment Rate Drops, But Job Growth Lags; Farm Bill Could Cut $9 Billion in Food Stamps; Majority of Congress are Millionaires; Iran Nuclear Deal to Take Effect With Sanctions Relief; Syrian Opposition Undecided as Geneva Talks Near; Al-Qaeda Rebels Execute Dozens of Rivals in Northern Syria; Iraq Violence Continues Amidst Anbar Clashes; Ex-Israeli PM Ariel Sharon Dead at 85; Thousands Stage Anti-Government Blockades in Thailand; U.S. Sends Military Advisers to Somalia; Activists Mark Guantánamo Anniversary With DC Protest; Hackers Mark 1st Anniversary of Aaron Swartz Suicide

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Season 2014, Episode 10 Tuesday, January 14, 2014

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Jan 14, 2014
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Tuesday, January 14, 2014 Jan 14, 2014 2014/01/14 Headlines: South Sudan: 200 Drown in Ferry Accident While Fleeing; Egypt: Voting Begins on New Constitution; 50 News Outlets Urge Egypt to Release Journalists; Interim Leader Announces Military Crackdown in Central African Republic; Thailand: Mass Opposition Protests Continue in Bangkok; Lawmakers Reach Deal on $1 Trillion Gov't Spending Bill That Allows Aid to Egypt; California: Police Officers Acquitted in Beating Death of Homeless Man; Senate Confirms Obama Pick for Key Appeals Court; High Court Hears Case on Obama Appointments; Supreme Court Rejects Bid to Reinstate Arizona 20-Week Abortion Ban; Mexico Sends Troops to Michoacán After Self-Defense Groups Rise Up Against Cartels; Report: U.S. Drug Agents Met Extensively with Mexican Cartel Leaders; Docs Show 2nd Mayor May Have Faced Christie Reprisal; Feds Probe Use of Superstorm Sandy Funds; Nigeria's President Signs Harsh Anti-Gay Law; New Mexico Ruling Lets Doctors Help Terminally Ill Patients Die; Transgender Woman CeCe McDonald Freed from Prison; Franklin McCain, One of Greensboro 4 Who Staged Woolworth Sit-In, Dies at 73

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Season 2014, Episode 11 Wednesday, January 15, 2014

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Jan 15, 2014
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Wednesday, January 15, 2014 Jan 15, 2014 2014/01/15 Headlines: White House Panel Refutes NSA Claims; NSA Using Radio Waves to Hack Into Computers Worldwide; Report: "No Spy" Agreement Nears Collapse over U.S. Refusal to End Spying on Germany; Federal Court Strikes Down Net Neutrality Rules; 52 Killed in Iraq Violence; 11 Killed in Clashes over Egypt Referendum Vote; Israeli Defense Minister: Kerry "Incomprehensible, Messianic"; 2 Children Seriously Wounded in New Mexico School Shooting; Judge Overturns Oklahoma Gay Marriage Ban; Utah Unions Get Federal Recognition; Photos Tie Christie to Official in Bridge Scandal; Report: U.S. Prepared to Scrap Environmental Rules to Win TPP Deal

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Season 2014, Episode 12 Thursday, January 16, 2014

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Jan 16, 2014
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Thursday, January 16, 2014 Jan 16, 2014 2014/01/16 Headlines: Tens of Thousands Without Tap Water as West Virginia Slowly Eases Ban; Jobless Benefits Scrapped in Senate Vote; House Approves Spending Bill in Tea Party Rebuke; Iraqi PM Appeals for International Help as Violence Kills Dozens; Photos Show Marines Burning Bodies in Iraq; Egyptian Voters Approve Constitutional Referendum; Justice Dept. to Expand Anti-Profiling Guidelines; Supreme Court Hears Arguments on Abortion Clinic Buffer Zones; Air Force Nuclear Unit Suspends 34 for Cheating; Senate Probe: Benghazi Attack was Preventable; Chicago Archdiocese Releases Docs on Sexual Abuses; 3 Dead in Shooting at Indiana Supermarket; New York City Finalizes $18 Million Settlement over RNC Arrests

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Season 2014, Episode 13 Friday, January 17, 2014

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Jan 17, 2014
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Friday, January 17, 2014 Jan 17, 2014 2014/01/17 Headlines: Obama to Call for Curbs on NSA Phone Spying But Leave Bulk Data in Gov't Hands for Now; Study: NSA Bulk Phone Data Has "No Discernible Impact" on Stopping Terrorism; Report: NSA Collects Millions of Text Messages Each Day; U.N. Official: Central African Republic at Risk of Genocide; IPCC Report Warns of Dire Risks from Global Inaction on Climate Change; Kerry Urges Syrian Opposition to Attend Peace Talks; Afghanistan: Karzai Says U.S. Forces Killed 7 Children; Sen. Feinstein Blasts Iran Sanctions Bill as "March Toward War"; Ohio Prisoner Takes Nearly 25 Minutes to Die in Execution with Untested Drug Combo; Bipartisan Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Partly Restore Voting Rights Act; GOP Lawmaker: Anti-Choice Bill Could Promote Job Growth if Women Have More Babies; Wal-Mart Joins Fair Food Program to Raise Farmworker Wages; Labor Board: Wal-Mart Illegally Retaliated Against Scores of Workers; Teens Get Month-Long Sentences for Sexually Assaulting Girl Days Before She Killed Herself

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Season 2014, Episode 15 Tuesday, January 21, 2014

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Jan 21, 2014
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Tuesday, January 21, 2014 Jan 21, 2014 2014/01/21 Headlines: Obama Preserves Bulk Collection of Metadata, Curbs Foreign Spying in Surveillance Reforms; Obama Rejects Panel on National Security Letters, Software Hacking; House Intel Chair: Snowden Spied for Russia; Gov't Officials Call for Snowden's Murder; West Virginia Lifts Water Ban as Dozens Visit Hospitals; Freedom Industries Could Evade Chemical Spill Liability with Bankruptcy Filing, Shell Firm; 4 Killed in 2 Blasts at U.S. Plants; U.N. Withdraws Iran Invite to Syria Talks After U.S. Opposition; Iran Nuclear Deal Takes Effect; 21 Killed in Taliban Attack on Kabul Restaurant; Blasts Damage U.S. Aircraft; Dozens Die in Iraq Violence; U.S. to Train Iraqi Forces in Jordan; Okinawa Voters Re-elect Mayor Opposed to U.S. Military Base; Pennsylvania Judge Blocks Voter ID Law for 4th Time; Hoboken Mayor: Christie Admin Tied Sandy Relief to Development Project

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Season 2014, Episode 16 Wednesday, January 22, 2014

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Jan 22, 2014
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Wednesday, January 22, 2014 Jan 22, 2014 2014/01/22 Headlines: Divisions over Assad's Role Mark Opening of Syria Peace Talks; Iran Criticizes U.N. for Withdrawing Invite at U.S. Behest; Gruesome Images Show "Industrial" Level of Killings by Assad Regime; Al-Qaeda Group Claims Responsibility for Deadly Bombing in Beirut; Thailand Declares State of Emergency Amid Protests; 3 Killed as Ukraine Dismantles Protest Camps; Three More Polio Workers Shot Dead in Pakistan; EU Suspends Talks on Corporate Clause in U.S. Trade Deal; Freezing Temperatures Follow Snowstorm in U.S. Northeast; Ex-Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell Indicted on Corruption Charges; Purdue University Campus Shooting Kills 1 in Indiana; Married Gay Couples Sue Utah for Recognition

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Season 2014, Episode 17 Thursday, January 23, 2014

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Jan 23, 2014
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Thursday, January 23, 2014 Jan 23, 2014 2014/01/23 Headlines: Freedom Industries Discloses 2nd Chemical in West Virginia Spill; Assad Regime, Opposition Clash in 1st Day of Syria Conference; Kerry: U.S. Prepared to Increase Backing for Syria Rebels; 1st Direct Talks on Syria to Include Prisoner Swaps, Aid Access; Ukrainian Opposition Issues Ultimatum for Political Concessions; Hundreds Protest Military Regime in Cairo; Texas Executes Mexican National Despite World Court Ruling; Psychology Body Rejects Torture Case Against Guantánamo Bay Doctor; Court: No Factoring Sexual Orientation in Jury Selection; Anti-Choice Activists Rally in D.C.; Courts Reject Abortion Curbs in NC, AZ

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Season 2014, Episode 18 Friday, January 24, 2014

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Jan 24, 2014
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Friday, January 24, 2014 Jan 24, 2014 2014/01/24 Headlines: Congressional Panel: Bulk Collection of Phone Records Illegal; Holder Rules Out Snowden Clemency, Open to Plea Deal; South Sudan Rivals Agree to Ceasefire; Syrian Opposition Refuses Direct Talks With Assad Regime; 5 Killed in Multiple Egypt Bombings Ahead of Uprising Anniversary; Iranian President Calls for "Constructive Engagement" With U.S., Neighbors; India's Top Court Orders Gang Rape Probe; Study: U.S. Drones Killed Up to 4 Civilians in Pakistan, 29 in Yemen During 2013; Appeals Court Rules Against Oil Drilling in Chukcki Sea; Obama Launches Task Force on Campus Sexual Assault; Virginia Stop Defending Gay Marriage Ban in Court; Family Seeks New Trial for Black Teen Executed in 1944; Black Teen Charged After Suffering Genital Injury in Search by Philadelphia Police

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Season 2014, Episode 19 Monday, January 27, 2014

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Jan 27, 2014
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Monday, January 27, 2014 Jan 27, 2014 2014/01/27 Headlines: 60 Killed in Clashes Marking 3rd Anniversary of Egyptian Revolution; Syrian Gov't Pledges Safe Passage for Homs Civilians; Assad Regime, Opposition Clash on Transition; 70 Killed in Iraq Violence; 65,000 Displaced in Anbar over Past Week; Afghan Gov't Frees Group of Bagram Prisoners over U.S. Objections; U.S. Targets al-Shabab Leader in Somalia Strike; Ukraine Opposition Rejects Power-Sharing Offer; 3 Dead in Shooting at Maryland Mall; Adviser: Snowden Won't Return Without Clemency; West Virginia Order Removal of Chemical Storage Tanks from Leak Site; JPMorgan Chase CEO Awarded $20 Million in Pay; Texas Hospital Removes Brain-Dead Pregnant Woman From Life Support Under Court Order

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Season 2014, Episode 20 Tuesday, January 28, 2014

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Jan 28, 2014
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Tuesday, January 28, 2014 Jan 28, 2014 2014/01/28 Headlines: Folk Icon, Activist Pete Seeger Dies at 94; Ukraine's Parliament Repeals Anti-Protest Laws; PM Offers to Resign; Syria Talks Still Deadlocked over Assad's Role; U.S. Says People Starving in Homs; Egypt's Generals Back Army Chief for President; Gunmen Kill Aide to Interior Minister; Obama to Raise Minimum Wage for Federal Contract Workers; U.S. Loosens Gag on Secret Demands for User Info; Snowden Docs Reveal British Spying on Youtube, NSA Targeting of Smartphone Apps; Snowden: U.S. Conducts Spying for Economic Gain; Deal on Farm Bill Would Slash Food Stamps, Keep Crop Subsidies; Honduras: Thousands Protest Swearing-In of Right-Wing President Juan Orlando Hernández; New York City: Gay Journalist Attacked in Possible Hate Crime; Israeli Civil Rights Leader, Former Politician Shulamit Aloni Dies at 85

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Season 2014, Episode 21 Wednesday, January 29, 2014

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Jan 29, 2014
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Wednesday, January 29, 2014 Jan 29, 2014 2014/01/29 Headlines: Obama Seeks Guantánamo Closure, Support for Iran Deal in SOTU Address; GOP Suggests Challenge to Minimum Wage Hike for Federal Workers; Syria Talks Resume after Assad Regime Cites "Terrorist" Backing; Homs Remains Without Aid Despite Gov't Pledge; Egypt Orders Trial for 20 Detained Al Jazeera Journalists; U.N. Security Council Approves European Troop Deployment to Central African Republic; Latin American, Caribbean Leaders Meet in Cuba; Tunisia Approves Landmark Constitution; Study: 85 Richest People Hold Wealth Equal to 3.5 Billion Poorest; GOP Rep. Resigns Following Cocaine Arrest; Postal Workers Rally Against Gov't Contract With Staples; College Football Team Seeks Unionization; Player Comes Out as Gay; Supreme Court Halts Missouri Execution over Disclosure of Lethal Drug; 11 Arrested Protesting Agri-giant Monsanto

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Season 2014, Episode 22 Thursday, January 30, 2014

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Jan 30, 2014
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Thursday, January 30, 2014 Jan 30, 2014 2014/01/30 Headlines: House OKs Farm Bill With $8.6 Billion in Food Stamp Cuts; Study: Fair Minimum Wage Double Obama-Backed $10.10; Clapper Calls on Snowden &amp; "Accomplices" to Return Stolen Docs; Snowden Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize; Leak: NSA Spied on Foreign Governments Around 2009 Climate Summit; Holder: Bulk Collection Constitutional, But Will Be Reformed; Terror Suspect Challenges Evidence Collected by NSA; U.N. Envoy: "Ice is Breaking Slowly" in Syria Peace Talks; European Union to Expand Cuba Ties; CIA Paid Polish Intel $15 Million for Secret Prison; Marine Faces Re-Trial for 2006 Haditha Killing; Missouri Executes Death Row Prisoner After Brief Stay; New York Congressmember Apologizes After Threatening Reporter on Camera

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Season 2014, Episode 23 Friday, January 31, 2014

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Jan 31, 2014
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Friday, January 31, 2014 Jan 31, 2014 2014/01/31 Headlines: U.S. Accuses Syria of Stalling on Chemical Weapons Deal; Report: Syrian Authorities Razed Neighborhoods to Punish Civilians; Thai Protesters Blockade Buildings Housing Ballot Papers Ahead of Election; Iraq: More Than 900 Killed in January; Report: Road Project That Symbolized U.S. Success in Afghanistan Is Falling Apart; Navy Expert on Cyberweapons Tapped to Lead NSA; State Dept. Report Said to Favor Keystone XL Oil Pipeline; Shell Drops Plans to Drill in the Arctic This Year; Latin American, Caribbean Leaders Declare "Peace Zone" in the Region; U.S. to Seek Death Penalty for Boston Marathon Bombing Suspect; California Democratic Rep. Henry Waxman to Leave Congress After 4 Decades; NYC Mayor de Blasio Drops Appeal of Stop-and-Frisk Ruling; Former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg Tapped for U.N. Post; Protesters Demand Justice for Slain Transgender Woman Islan Nettles; Wage Hike for Federal Contractors to Exclude Disabled Workers; Report: Top GOP Advisers Helped Redskins Football Team with Bid to Keep Name; "NATO 3" Trial Continues amid Claims of Police Entrapment; West Virginia Official: Citizens Breathing Formaldehyde Due to Chemical Spill; Scarlett Johansson Leaves Oxfam Post After SodaStream Dispute; Migrating Monarch Butterfly Population in Mexico Drops to Record Low

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Season 2014, Episode 24 Monday, February 03, 2014

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Feb 3, 2014
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Monday, February 03, 2014 Feb 3, 2014 2014/02/03 Headlines: Environmentalists Urge Protests After State Dept. Says Keystone XL Would Have Minimal Impact; Obama Issues Protections for Long-Term Jobless; Syrian Peace Talks Face 1-Week Pause; Activists: 150 Killed in Aleppo Bombings; Ex-Rebel Leads 1st Round of El Salvador Presidential Vote; Al Jazeera Cameraman Acquitted in Egypt; Ex-New Jersey Official Says Christie Knew of Bridge Closures; California Drought Threatens Water in Rural Areas; Undocumented Attorney Sworn In to California Bar; Obama Urged to Use Executive Powers to Reclassify Marijuana; Actor Philip Seymour Hoffman Dies of Apparent Overdose

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Season 2014, Episode 25 Tuesday, February 04, 2014

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Feb 4, 2014
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Tuesday, February 04, 2014 Feb 4, 2014 2014/02/04 Headlines: Rallies Held Nationwide to Protest Keystone XL Oil Pipeline After State Dept. Report; Report: Cancer-Causing Pollutants from Alberta's Oil Sands Vastly Underestimated; Congress Urged to Raise Debt Ceiling or Risk Default; U.S. Internet Firms Release Data on Secret NSA Requests; Germany: Hacker Group Accuses Merkel Gov't of Illegally Aiding U.S. Spying; Al Qaeda Renounces Ties with Powerful Militant Group in Syria; Report: Afghan President Karzai in Secret Contact with Taliban on Peace Deal; Idaho: More Than 40 LGBT Activists Arrested Demanding Ban on Discrimination

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Season 2014, Episode 26 Wednesday, February 05, 2014

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Feb 5, 2014
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Wednesday, February 05, 2014 Feb 5, 2014 2014/02/05 Headlines: Senate OKs Farm Bill With $8.7 Billion in Food Stamp Cuts; North Carolina: Up to 82,000 Tons of Coal Ash, 27 Million Gallons of Polluted Water Leaks Into River; Study: Obamacare Will Reduce Full-Time Jobs; Morgan Stanley to Pay $1.25 Billion for Toxic Securities; Report: U.S. Limits Pakistan Drone Strikes; Taliban Talks Delayed; British Spies Hacked Sites of Anonymous, LulzSec; Lithuania Orders Probe of CIA Torture; D.C. Council Votes to Decriminalize Marijuana; Rally Held to Urge Settlement in Central Park Five Case; New York Measure Would Pull Funding for Academic Boycott of Israel; U.S. Abortion Rate Hits 40-Year Low

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Season 2014, Episode 27 Thursday, February 06, 2014

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Feb 6, 2014
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Thursday, February 06, 2014 Feb 6, 2014 2014/02/06 Headlines: U.N. Says Syria Can Meet Chemical Weapons Deadline Despite Falling Behind; Report: Children Endure "Unspeakable Suffering" in Syria Conflict; 23 Killed in Baghdad Bombings; Israel OKs New Settlements, Demolishes Palestinian Homes; U.N. Chides Catholic Church on Child Sexual Abuse; El Salvador Orders Probe of 1981 Massacre; Doctors Still Advising Some Residents to Avoid West Virginia Water; 2 Schools Closed; Report: 2009 TransCanada Natural Gas Pipeline Rupture Kept from Public View; U.S. Drug Store Chain to Stop Tobacco Sales; LGBT Activists Stage Global Protests Against Russian Crackdown; Pussy Riot Members Honored at Brooklyn Concert

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Season 2014, Episode 28 Friday, February 07, 2014

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Feb 7, 2014
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Friday, February 07, 2014 Feb 7, 2014 2014/02/07 Headlines: Report: High Levels of Toxic Metals Found in NC River After Coal Ash Spill; Syria: Evacuation of Civilians from Homs Begins After Ceasefire; Top U.S. Diplomat Caught on Recording Cursing the European Union over Ukraine; Senate Republicans Block Restoration of Jobless Benefits; Boehner: Immigration Reform Will Be "Difficult" Due to Lack of Trust in Obama; Report: Iraqi Forces Illegally Detaining, Torturing Women; Floods Kill 38 in Bolivia; Parts of Brazil See Worst Drought in 50 Years; Agriculture Secretary Warns of Impact of Climate Change on U.S. Farmers; Former SAC Capital Manager Convicted in Record Insider-Trading Scheme; Former NAACP Official Approved for Top Civil Rights Post; Activists Spotlight Plight of Bangladeshi Garment Workers During NY Fashion Week

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Season 2014, Episode 29 Monday, February 10, 2014

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Feb 10, 2014
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Monday, February 10, 2014 Feb 10, 2014 2014/02/10 Headlines: Syria Peace Talks Resume in Geneva; Civilians Evacuated From Homs; Afghan Civilians Deaths Up 14% in 2013; 35% for Women, Children; Bangladesh Factory Owners Surrender over Deadly Fire; Report: Snowden Used Cheap Software to Take NSA Docs; U.S. Using NSA Metadata, Phone Tracking for Drone Strikes; Up to 100,000 Stage "Moral March" Against North Carolina GOP; Duke Energy Urged to Move Coal Ash Away from Water Sources After Spill; Justice Dept. Expands LGBT Rights in Federal Sites; U.S. Eases Immigration Rules for War Zone Refugees; Accused U.S. Servicemembers in Japan Evading Punishment for Sex Crimes; Beef Parts Recalled in U.S. over "Diseased and Unsound Animals"; NATO 3 Activists Found Not Guilty on Terror Charges; Anti-Drone Protesters Get 15 Days Behind Bars; Ex-Editor Leaving NYT to Launch Criminal Justice News Site; College Football Star Poised to Become NFL's First Open Gay Player

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Season 2014, Episode 30 Tuesday, February 11, 2014

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Feb 11, 2014
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Tuesday, February 11, 2014 Feb 11, 2014 2014/02/11 Headlines: Anti-Drone Activist Missing in Pakistan; Kabul Records 1st Polio Case Since 2001; Suicide Attack Kills 2 NATO Contractors in Afghanistan; Mass Protests Erupt in Bosnia over Corruption, Unemployment; Report: NC Regulators Shielded Duke Energy from Coal Ash Lawsuits; Congressional Hearing Fails to Conclude if Water in West Virginia Is Safe After Spill; Healthcare Rule Delayed for Some Employers; Contractor Pleads Guilty in Fox News Leak Case; Video Shows U.S. Abduction of Terror Suspect from Tripoli Street; OWS Activist Cecily McMillan Faces Up to 7 Years in Prison for Alleged Assault of Cop; NJ Lawmakers Issue New Subpoenas in Christie Bridge Scandal; Barclays Bank Cuts Thousands of Jobs, Raises Bonuses; "Godfather of Multiculturalism" Stuart Hall Dies at 82

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Season 2014, Episode 31 Wednesday, February 12, 2014

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Feb 12, 2014
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Wednesday, February 12, 2014 Feb 12, 2014 2014/02/12 Headlines: House GOP Drops Standoff over Debt Ceiling; Washington State Freezes Death Penalty; Holder Calls for Restoration of Felons' Voting Rights; Websites Stage Global Action Against NSA Surveillance; Appeals Court Rejects Halt to Guantánamo Force-Feeding, Allows Challenges to Prison Conditions; New Spill in West Virginia With Leak From Coal Slurry; Environmentalists: N.C. Trying to Avoid Scrutiny of Duke Energy Deal Following Toxic Leak; 1 Missing After Natural Gas Explosion at Pennsylvania Well; U.N. Envoy Calls on Russia, U.S. to Help Salvage Syrian Peace Talks; Syrian Forces Interrogate Males Evacuated from Homs; Thousands Mark Pro-Democracy Uprising Anniversary in Bahrain; Okinawa Residents Protest U.S. Base During Ambassador's Visit; Hollande: France, U.S. Have Resolved Spying Row; Obama Warns Firms on Iran Sanctions; Study Casts Doubt on Effectiveness of Mammograms; Florida Man Who Killed Unarmed Teen over Music Testifies at Murder Trial

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Season 2014, Episode 32 Thursday, February 13, 2014

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Feb 13, 2014
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Thursday, February 13, 2014 Feb 13, 2014 2014/02/13 Headlines: 13 Dead, Half a Million Without Power in Winter Storm Across Eastern U.S.; Obama Includes Disabled in New Minimum Wage Hike for Contract Workers; Congress Approves Debt Ceiling Hike Through 2015; Media Reform Advocates Oppose Comcast-Time Warner Merger; U.N. Warns of "Ethnic-Religious Cleansing" as Mass Grave Found in Central African Republic; Activists: Syria Violence Spiking During Geneva Talks; Afghanistan Frees Bagram Prisoners Over U.S. Objections; 2 U.S. Soldiers Killed, 4 Wounded in "Insider Attack" in Afghanistan; Pakistani Intelligence Ordered to Produce Missing Anti-Drone Activist; U.S. Ambassador Faces Protests in Okinawa Visit; Sen. Rand Paul Files Class Action Suit over NSA Bulk Spying; Study: 1 School Shooting Every 10 Days Since Newtown; Ex-New Orleans Mayor Found Guilty of Corruption Charges; Jury Deliberations Begin in Florida Trial for Murder of Black Teen; Prosecutors Omit Damning Letters

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Season 2014, Episode 33 Friday, February 14, 2014

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Feb 14, 2014
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Friday, February 14, 2014 Feb 14, 2014 2014/02/14 Headlines: 18 Dead as East Coast Storm Winds Down; U.N. Envoy Meets with Russia, U.S. as Syria Talks Face Collapse; U.N.: Syrian Combatants "Consistently and Flagrantly" Violating Humanitarian Law; Karzai Rejects U.S. Criticism of Prisoner Releases; Bahrain Arrests Demonstrators Ahead of Uprising Anniversary; Over 200,000 Flee Volcanic Eruption in Indonesia; NSA Fires Employee over Snowden Leaks; Federal Judge Strikes Down Virginia Gay Marriage Ban; Facebook Expands Gender Identifiers for Users; GOP Lawmakers Claim Negative Consequences if Tennessee Workers Unionize; Comcast Prepares Lobbying Frenzy over Time Warner Merger

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Season 2014, Episode 34 Monday, February 17, 2014

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Feb 17, 2014
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Monday, February 17, 2014 Feb 17, 2014 2014/02/17 Headlines: Jury Deadlocks on Murder Charge in Michael Dunn Trial; Syria Talks End with Little Progress; Bahraini Activist Zainab Alkhawaja Released; Protests Mark 3rd Anniversary of Uprising; Ethiopian Pilot Diverts Plane to Geneva in Bid to Seek Asylum; Trapped South African Miners Refuse to Be Rescued Due to Fear of Arrest; Report: NSA Played Role in Spying on U.S. Law Firm amid Trade Dispute with Indonesia; Kerry Compares Climate Change Deniers to "Flat Earth Society"; Anti-Drone Activist Says He Was Tortured During Captivity in Pakistan; Report: U.S. Seeking New Drone Bases in Central Asia; Ugandan President to Sign Anti-Gay Bill; Anti-Gay Mob Attacks 14 in Nigeria; Michael Sam Supporters Form Human Barrier to Block Anti-Gay Protest; Actress Ellen Page Comes Out as Gay, Gets Standing Ovation at Human Rights Campaign Conference; Volkswagen Workers Reject Union in Blow to U.S. Labor; Greenwald, Poitras Among Winners of 2013 George Polk Award; Lawyer for Edward Snowden Detained at Heathrow Airport

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Season 2014, Episode 35 Tuesday, February 18, 2014

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Feb 18, 2014
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Tuesday, February 18, 2014 Feb 18, 2014 2014/02/18 Headlines: Documents Reveal Extensive NSA Targeting of WikiLeaks; Iraq Rocked by Deadly Explosions; Thailand: 3 Killed as Police Seek to Oust Protesters; Ukraine: Protesters Clash with Police as Lawmakers Seek Curbs on President's Power; Venezuela: Maduro Expels 3 U.S. Officials amid Opposition Protests; U.N. Panel Finds Wide-Ranging Abuses in North Korea; South Korea: Court Sentences Opposition Leader to 12 Years; Iran Nuclear Talks Reopen in Vienna; 2 Pussy Riots Members Detained in Sochi, Russia; Transgender Activist Stages Pro-LGBT Actions at Sochi Olympics; Arkansas Man Arrested for Opening Fire on Car, Killing 15-Year-Old Girl; Report: Oil-Boom City of Williston, North Dakota Has Highest Rent in the U.S.

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Season 2014, Episode 36 Wednesday, February 19, 2014

S2014 E36

Feb 19, 2014
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Wednesday, February 19, 2014 Feb 19, 2014 2014/02/19 Headlines:$

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Season 2014, Episode 37 Thursday, February 20, 2014

S2014 E37

Feb 20, 2014
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Thursday, February 20, 2014 Feb 20, 2014 2014/02/20 Headlines: Truce Breaks Down in Ukraine; Clashes Kill 21; Trial Opens for 3 Detained Al Jazeera Journalists in Egypt; Nebraska Judge Voids State's Approval of Keystone XL Oil Pipeline; More Coal-Waste Leaks Found in North Carolina, West Virginia; U.S. Approves Loan Deal for 1st New Nuclear Power Plant in 30 Years; Bahraini Activist Faces Possible Return to Prison; FCC to Rewrite Net Neutrality Rules for Equal Internet Access; Documents Tie Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker to Secret Email System; Juror in Trial of Michael Dunn Speaks Out; New York Terror Suspect Pleads Guilty in Case That Feds Turned Down; New York Agrees to Reform Use of Solitary Confinement in State Prisons; Texas Suspends Abortion Provider Under Harsh New Law; Pennsylvania Mother Faces Criminal Charges for Buying Abortion Medication for Daughter; Pussy Riot Members Beaten by Cossack Militia

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Season 2014, Episode 39 Monday, February 24, 2014

S2014 E39

Feb 24, 2014
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Monday, February 24, 2014 Feb 24, 2014 2014/02/24 Headlines: Ukraine in Crisis Following Ouster of President; Egypt Gov't Resigns in Possible Step Toward Sisi Presidential Bid; Thailand: 4 Killed in Attacks on Opposition Protests; Hundreds of Thousands Join Rival Protests in Venezuela; Sinaloa Cartel Leader "Chapo" Guzman Arrested in Mexico; Taliban Gunmen Attack Afghan Army Base; Obama Mulls Plan for 3,000 Troops to Stay; Pentagon to Scale Back Army, Keep Funding for Special Operations; U.N. Passes Resolution for Aid Access in Syria; Russia: 7 Sentenced to Prison Terms for Anti-Putin Protest; Netflix to Pay Comcast for Faster Access in Potential Threat to Net Neutrality; Detroit Bankruptcy Plan Slashes Worker Pensions; Ugandan President Signs Anti-Gay Bill; Hundreds Protest Anti-Gay Bill in Arizona; Illinois Same-Sex Couples Wed; Jason Collins Joins Nets, Becoming 1st Openly Gay NBA Player; Oil Spill Shuts Down Section of Mississippi River; Report: Regulatory Failures Fuel Unsafe Conditions in Texas Oil Fields; Exxon CEO Joins Lawsuit Against Texas Fracking Project Due to Property Value Concerns; Obama Renews Call for Minimum Wage Hike; Gap Promises $10 Minimum Wage; 4 Shot Dead at Native American Tribal Hearing in California; Guggenheim Protest Highlights Plight of Migrant Workers in Abu Dhabi

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Season 2014, Episode 40 Tuesday, February 25, 2014

S2014 E40

Feb 25, 2014
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Tuesday, February 25, 2014 Feb 25, 2014 2014/02/25 Headlines: U.S., Russia at Odds over Legitimacy in Ukraine; Pakistan Strikes Kill 30 in North Waziristan; Pentagon Budget Expands Special Ops, Cuts Benefits; Heavy Smog Grips Beijing; U.S. Urges Uganda to Repeal Anti-Gay Law; Arizona Republicans Who Voted for Anti-Gay Bill Now Want a Veto; GOP State Senator in Virginia Refers to Pregnant Women as "Hosts"; NYC Backs Off Plan to Remove Homeless from Subways; Whistleblower Group Reports Suspicious Break-in at D.C. Office; Rep. John Dingell, Longest-Serving Member of Congress, to Retire; Greenwald: Spy Agencies Manipulate Information, Attack Reputations of Targets Online; New NSA Source Emerges in Germany

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Season 2014, Episode 41 Wednesday, February 26, 2014

S2014 E41

Feb 26, 2014
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Wednesday, February 26, 2014 Feb 26, 2014 2014/02/26 Headlines: Obama Orders Plan for Total Withdrawal from Afghanistan; Report: 1-in-4 Afghans Lost Loved Ones to Violence in Past Year; Syrians Set to Surpass Afghans as Largest Refugee Population; France Indefinitely Extends Military Mission in Central African Republic; Nigeria: 59 Killed in Boko Haram Attack on School; Opposition Protests Spread in Venezuela; U.S. Expels Venezuelan Diplomats; Ousted Ukranian President Still in Hiding; Interim Gov't Dissolves Riot Police; Chokwe Lumumba, "America's Most Revolutionary Mayor," Dies at 66; Former Gitmo Prisoner, Activist Moazzam Begg Arrested in Britain on Claims of Syria Terrorism Ties; Missouri Executes 4th Prisoner in 4 Months; Nuclear Waste Dump Set to Reopen in New Mexico After Radioactive Material Leak; Video Shows Police Encounter with Man Who Died in Oklahoma

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Season 2014, Episode 42 Thursday, February 27, 2014

S2014 E42

Feb 27, 2014
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Thursday, February 27, 2014 Feb 27, 2014 2014/02/27 Headlines: Arizona Governor Vetoes Anti-Gay Bill; Judge Strikes Down Texas Same-Sex Marriage Ban; Pro-Russia Gunmen Seize Parliament in Ukraine's Crimea; Interim Ukrainian PM Favored by U.S. Diplomat in Leaked Tape; Venezuelan President Holds Peace Conference; Intelligence Agents Arrested for Protest Deaths; Report: Israeli Soldiers Killing Palestinians with Impunity; Cuban 5 Member Fernando Gonzalez to Be Released from Prison; Probe Finds No Conflict-of-Interest Violation in Keystone XL Report; Mass Civil Disobedience Planned; Concerns Raised over Transport of Bakken Shale Oil; Coal Mine Fire in Australia Could Burn for Months; At Senate Hearing, Former Prisoner Calls Solitary Confinement Torture; Massachusetts Issues Temporary Ban on Shackling of Prisoners in Labor; Probe Finds Credit Suisse Aided Tax Evasion by Wealthy U.S. Clients; Rallies Mark 2-Year Anniversary of Trayvon Martin's Death; No Charges for Police in Michigan Who Shot Homeless Man Accused of Stealing Coffee

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Season 2014, Episode 43 Friday, February 28, 2014

S2014 E43

Feb 28, 2014
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Friday, February 28, 2014 Feb 28, 2014 2014/02/28 Headlines: Armed Men Seize Control of Airports in Crimea, Ukraine; GCHQ Intercepted Yahoo Webcam Chats &amp; Stored Images; 47 Die in Baghdad Bombings; Palestinian Man Shot Dead by Israeli Troops in West Bank; Protests Call for Release of Al Jazeera Journalists Jailed in Egypt; 2,000 Haitians Mark 10th Anniversary of U.S.-Backed Coup; 13 Workers at New Mexican Nuclear Waste Dump Exposed to Radiation; Obama Taps SOPA Lobbyist to Guide <span class="caps">TPP Negotiations; Hunger Strike Launched at Supermax in Colorado; Concealed Jailhouse Deal Raises Question over Texas Execution; Bank of America Contests $2.1 Billion Fine; Convictions Tossed for Italian Agents Tied to CIA Kidnapping of Muslim Cleric; U.S. Prepares for Oil and Gas Exploration in Atlantic; Keystone XL Dissent Protests Planned for Washington; "Yoga Mat Chemical" Found in 500 Food Items; Cuban Five Member Fernando González Released

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Season 2014, Episode 44 Monday, March 03, 2014

S2014 E44

Mar 3, 2014
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Monday, March 03, 2014 Mar 3, 2014 2014/03/03 Headlines: Russia Seizes Parts of Ukraine's Crimea amid Standoff with U.S.; Nearly 400 Arrested Protesting Keystone XL Pipeline at White House; Death Toll from Venezuela Protests Rises to 17; Nigeria: More Than 100 Killed in Boko Haram Attacks; China: 29 Killed in Knife Attack on Railway Station; Report: U.S. Troops Beat, Threatened Afghan Radio Broadcaster Who Aired U.S.-Paid Ads; Karzai: "Afghans Died in a War That's Not Ours"; U.K.: Former Guantánamo Prisoner Remanded in Custody on Syria Terrorism Claims; Pakistani Taliban Declares Ceasefire; Attack on Anti-Polio Team Kills 13; Osama bin Laden's Son-in-Law Goes on Trial in New York; Freed Cuban Five Member Fernando González Returns to Cuba; Marissa Alexander's Sentence for Warning Shot Could Triple to 60 Years; EPA Moves Toward Blocking Pebble Mine in Alaska; Idaho Governor Signs "Ag-Gag" Law; L.A. City Council Moves to Ban Fracking in the City; Meeting of Pro-Israel Group AIPAC Protested in D.C.; Israeli Forces Shoot Dead Mentally Ill Woman in Gaza; South Africa: Oscar Pistorius Goes on Trial for Killing Girlfriend; "12 Years a Slave" Wins Best Picture Oscar in 1st for Black Director

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Season 2014, Episode 45 Tuesday, March 04, 2014

S2014 E45

Mar 4, 2014
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Tuesday, March 04, 2014 Mar 4, 2014 2014/03/04 Headlines: U.S. Suspends Military Ties with Russia as Ukraine Standoff Continues; Yemen: At Least 3 Killed by U.S. Drone Strike; U.S. Peace Activist Medea Benjamin Detained, Abused in Egypt; Report: Nearly 14,000 Afghan Forces Died in U.S.-Led War; Iraq: More Than 700 Confirmed Dead in February; U.N. Proposes 12,000-Member Peacekeeping Force for Central African Republic; Knife Attack Suspects Arrested in China; Mozambique: 300,000 Facing Famine; Netanyahu, Obama Meet at White House; Report: Israeli Settlements in West Bank Doubled Last Year; Contractor for Israel's West Bank Barrier Wins U.S.-Mexico Border Contract; Report: U.S. Border Agents Stepped in Front of Cars to Justify Shootings; Mexico: Hospitals Accused of Turning Away Indigenous Women in Labor; Chile: Daughter of Ousted President Allende to Lead Senate; Supreme Court Considers Role of IQ Tests in Death Penalty Cases; In Rare Interruption, Supreme Court Urged to Uphold Campaign Spending Caps; 78 Groups Urge Scrutiny of Wall Street Cash in Local Housing Markets; U.S. Allows Sale of Generic Morning-After Pills Without Age Limits

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Season 2014, Episode 46 Wednesday, March 05, 2014

S2014 E46

Mar 5, 2014
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Wednesday, March 05, 2014 Mar 5, 2014 2014/03/05 Headlines: U.S.-Russia in Direct Talks on Ukraine; EU Pledges $15 Billion in Aid; Putin Denies Russian Troops in Crimea, Calls Force a "Last Resort"; Obama Unveils $3.9 Trillion Budget; Pentagon Budget Request at $575 Billion, Over $79 Billion for War; U.S. Judge Bars Enforcement of Ecuadorean Ruling on Chevron Pollution; Appeals Court Orders BP to Resume Gulf Spill Payments; D.C. Council Votes to Decriminalize Marijuana Possession; CIA Officials Accused of Spying on Senate Panel; Izzy Awards Honor Journalism on Mexico, U.S. Wars, Surveillance

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Season 2014, Episode 47 Thursday, March 06, 2014

S2014 E47

Mar 6, 2014
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Thursday, March 06, 2014 Mar 6, 2014 2014/03/06 Headlines: Crimean Parliament Votes to Join Russia, Hold Referendum; Leaked EU Call: Opposition Behind Sniper Shootings in Kiev; NATO Air Strike Kills 5 Soldiers in &#39;Accidental&#39; Bombing; U.N. Panel: Assad Regime Waging War of "Starvation"; CIA Rejects "Spurious" Claims of Spying on Senate Torture Probe; Senate Rejects Obama Nominee over Legal Defense of Mumia Abu-Jamal; White House Extends Window for Keeping Substandard Health Plans; Prosecutors Drop Key Charges Against Activist-Journalist Barrett Brown; Coal Giant to Pay Record Fine for Appalachia Pollution; Alabama Lawmakers OK Anti-Abortion Bills; Texas Anti-Abortion Law Forces Closure of More Clinics; IRS Hearing Prompts Heated Exchange Between Lawmakers; Venezuela: Tens of Thousands Mark Year Since Chávez Death Amidst Opposition Rallies; RT Anchors Criticize Ukraine Coverage on Russia-Owned Network; State Department Issues Visa Ban over Ukraine Crisis

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Season 2014, Episode 48 Friday, March 07, 2014

S2014 E48

Mar 7, 2014
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Friday, March 07, 2014 Mar 7, 2014 2014/03/07 Headlines: Putin Rejects U.S.-EU on Ukraine; Crimea Sets Referendum for Secession; Senate Rejects Independent Oversight of Sexual Assault; Top Army Prosecutor Suspended for Alleged Sexual Assault; General Pleads Guilty to Lesser Charges; FBI Probing Senate Panel for Seizing Classified <span class="caps">CIA Docs on Torture; "Deporter-in-Chief" Obama Faces Pressure to Issue New Reprieve for Undocumented Immigrants; Duke Energy Ordered to Stop Pollution at N.C. Coal Plants; Mall Shooting Wounds 1 in Tennessee; Idaho Approves Concealed Guns on College Campuses; Colorado Prisoner Avoids Death Penalty with Backing of Victim's Father; Rep. Ryan: Lunch Programs Yield "Full Stomach, Empty Soul"; Mumia Abu-Jamal Criticizes Senate Rejection of Justice Dept. Nominee

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Season 2014, Episode 49 Monday, March 10, 2014

S2014 E49

Mar 10, 2014
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Monday, March 10, 2014 Mar 10, 2014 2014/03/10 Headlines: Stolen Passports Fuel Hijacking Fears in Search for Missing Malaysian Plane; U.S. to Host Ukrainian PM Ahead of Crimea Secession Vote; 45 Killed in Iraq Suicide Bombing; Rivals Claim Victory in El Salvador Election; Syrian Children Dying of Preventable Diseases with Health System's Collapse; 750 on Hunger Strike at Washington State Immigration Prison; Families to Stage Re-entry Protest at U.S.-Mexico Border; Border Patrol Limits Shootings by Agents After Spate of Deaths; Ft. Hood Sexual Assault Coordinator Accused of Running Prostitution Ring; Accuser: General Forced Sexual Contact, Threatened Murder; 2 Million Submit Objections as Keystone Comment Period Closes; Obama Urges GOP to Back Minimum Wage Hike; Rep. Ryan Admits Anti-School Lunch Story Partially False; International Women's Day Marked Across the Globe; Jackson, Mississippi Holds Funeral for Late Mayor Chokwe Lumumba; Snowden to Address SXSW Conference in Austin

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Season 2014, Episode 50 Tuesday, March 11, 2014

S2014 E50

Mar 11, 2014
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Tuesday, March 11, 2014 Mar 11, 2014 2014/03/11 Headlines: Search for Missing Plane Focuses on Malaysia's West Coast; Ex-Rebel Has "Irreversible" Lead in El Salvador Vote, Formal Results Pending; Report: U.S. Regulators Hid Nuclear Risks, Doubts After Fukushima Meltdown; Senate Dems Stage Landmark Filibuster for Climate Action; Scant Mention of Keystone Decision; 20 Arrested Protesting Keystone XL in Philadelphia; Report: State Dept. Assessment Missed Key Data in Evaluating Keystone's Impact; Senate OKs Weakened Overhaul of Prosecuting Military Sexual Assault; Undocumented Youths Stage Anti-Deportation Crossings into U.S. from Mexico; Immigrant Hunger Strikers in Washington State Allege Worsening Retaliation; Thousands Protest "Stand Your Ground" in Florida; Zimmerman Signs Autographs at Orlando Gun Show; House Panel Probes Regulatory Failure on GM Defect Tied to 13 Deaths; Caribbean Leaders Seek Apology, Reparations from Europe over Slavery; Snowden to SXSW: <span class="caps">NSA "Setting Fire to Future of Internet, and You're the Firefighters"; Canadian Photojournalist Ali Mustafa Killed in Syria

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Season 2014, Episode 51 Wednesday, March 12, 2014

S2014 E51

Mar 12, 2014
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Wednesday, March 12, 2014 Mar 12, 2014 2014/03/12 Headlines: Senate Intel Chair Accuses CIA of Illegal Spying on Torture Probe; Plane Search Widens from South China Sea to Indian Waters; Obama to Host Ukraine PM; NATO Launches Surveillance Flights on Ukraine Border; Michelle Bachelet Returns to Office in Chile; Gitmo Hunger Striker Files Landmark Challenge to Force-Feeding, Details Torture; Louisiana Prisoner Exonerated, Freed After 30 Years on Death Row; Fmr. Christie Aides Face Court over Subpoenas; Gov. Gave 9/11 Wreckage as Gift for Endorsements; GOP Candidate Wins Florida Special Election; Journalist Matthew Power Dead at 39

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Season 2014, Episode 52 Thursday, March 13, 2014

S2014 E52

Mar 13, 2014
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Thursday, March 13, 2014 Mar 13, 2014 2014/03/13 Headlines: Obama Backs Release of CIA Torture Report, But Stays Clear of Senate Row; Report: Admin Rebuffed Senate Requests for CIA Torture Docs; Report: NSA Expands Global Reach of Hacking Software; Leaks Detail Court Orders Behind Expansion of NSA's Reach; NSA Nominee Vows Expansion of Cyber-Ops; Obama, Ukrainian PM Float Backing Crimea Autonomy; Israel, Gaza Militants Trade Attacks in Worst Flare-Up Since November 2012; Israeli Forces Kill 6 in Occupied Territories; Report: Missing Plane Flew for Hours After Last Contact; Obama Expands Overtime Eligibility for U.S. Workers; GM Received Defect Complaints Earlier Than Disclosed; 7 Killed in New York City Building Explosion; Alleged Drunk Driver Kills 2 at SXSW

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Season 2014, Episode 53 Friday, March 14, 2014

S2014 E53

Mar 14, 2014
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Friday, March 14, 2014 Mar 14, 2014 2014/03/14 Headlines: Ukraine Standoff Intensifies Ahead of Crimea Secession Vote; Obama Orders Review of Deportation Practices After Wave of Immigrant Protests; New Details Surface About Disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Plane; Carney Defends Withholding of Docs in CIA Torture Probe; Senate Confirms Top <span class="caps">CIA Lawyer; Report: More Than 300 Died After Air Bag Failures in Recalled GM Cars; Ban Lifted on BP Contracts with U.S. Gov't; Former Rebel Leader Declared Winner in El Salvador Presidential Race; Senate Lawmakers Reach Deal to Restore Unemployment Benefits; McDonald's Workers Sue over Wage Theft in 3 States; Montana Abortion Provider Whose Clinic Was Destroyed by Vandal: "We're Disappearing"; Michigan: Anti-Choice "Rape Insurance" Law Goes into Effect; Report: Local Police in California Using "StingRay" Spy Devices; Former British MP, Antiwar Activist Tony Benn Dies at 88

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Season 2014, Episode 54 Monday, March 17, 2014

S2014 E54

Mar 17, 2014
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Monday, March 17, 2014 Mar 17, 2014 2014/03/17 Headlines: U.S. Warns Russia After Crimea Votes to Secede; Syria Recaptures Key Strategic Town Near Lebanon; Syrian Conflict Enters 4th Year; U.S. Delivers New Weapons Aid to Iraq; U.S. Forces Seize Stolen Libyan Oil Tanker; Plane May Have Flown for Hours After Tracking Disabled; Obama Orders "More Humane" Deportation Procedures Amidst Political Pressure; Insurers Ordered to Offer Health Plans to Same-Sex Couples; Judge Strikes Down Arkansas' 12-Week Abortion Ban; U.S. General Reaches Plea Deal in Sexual Assault Case; U.S. Relinquishes Control of Internet Domains; New Clashes Break Out in Venezuela Protests; Haitians File New Suit Against U.N. over Cholera Outbreak; U.N. Urges Probe of Drone Strikes; Farmworkers End 5-State March with Florida Vigil

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Season 2014, Episode 55 Tuesday, March 18, 2014

S2014 E55

Mar 18, 2014
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Tuesday, March 18, 2014 Mar 18, 2014 2014/03/18 Headlines: Putin: Crimea an "Integral Part" of Russia; U.S. Imposes New Sanctions; Obama Hosts Abbas in Push for Framework Deal; 15 Killed in Afghan Suicide Bombing; Lawmakers Seek Answers on Lack of Mortgage Fraud Prosecutions; Immigrant Detainees Launch Hunger Strike at 2nd GEO-Owned Prison; GM Recalls Another 1.6M Cars as CEO Admits "Terrible" Consequences; Admin Delays Vote on Surgeon General Nominee After Gun Control Stance Draws Opposition; ACLU Files Suit Against Idaho "Ag-Gag" Law

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Season 2014, Episode 56 Wednesday, March 19, 2014

S2014 E56

Mar 19, 2014
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Wednesday, March 19, 2014 Mar 19, 2014 2014/03/19 Headlines: Report: NSA Recording All of Foreign Nation's Phone Calls; Snowden to TED Conference: "We Don't Have to Give Up Our Liberty"; Russia Seizes Ukrainian Navy Base After Announcing Crimea Annexation; U.S. Threatens New Sanctions on Russia; U.N. Panel: Enough Evidence to Indict Syrian Combatants for War Crimes; U.S. Suspends Syrian Embassy, Consulates; Greenpeace Activists Detained at French Nuclear Plant; France Bans Monsanto GM Corn; Dozens Arrested Protesting Denial of Medicaid Expansion in Georgia; Undocumented Immigrant Who Hid in Church Basement Re-Enters U.S.; Obama Admin Denies Record Number of FOIA Requests on Security Grounds; New York City Advocate Calls for Hotline to Report Fast-Food Wage Theft; U.S. Vets Shunned by Army Racism Awarded Medal of Honor

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Season 2014, Episode 57 Thursday, March 20, 2014

S2014 E57

Mar 20, 2014
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Thursday, March 20, 2014 Mar 20, 2014 2014/03/20 Headlines: Ukraine Announces Crimea Withdrawal as Russian Occupation Expands; Israel Bombs Syrian Military in Golan Heights; Syria Shuts Lebanon Crossing; Election Authorities Ordered to Help Enforce Voter ID Laws; NSA: Tech Firms Knew of Bulk Spying; Bin Laden Son-in-Law Testifies at Terrorism Trial; Toyota Fined $1.2B for Safety Violations in Cars; Homeless Veteran Dies in Overheated Rikers Cell; New York City's Homeless Population Hits Record High; Report: Nuclear Base Test Scores Boosted by Support Staff; Fed Scales Back Bond Purchases; Winter Weather Hampered Economy

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Season 2014, Episode 58 Friday, March 21, 2014

S2014 E58

Mar 21, 2014
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Friday, March 21, 2014 Mar 21, 2014 2014/03/21 Headlines: Russia, U.S. Trade Sanctions over Ukraine; EU Leaders Sign Deal with Ukraine Gov't; Afghanistan: AFP Reporter Among Dead in Wave of New Year's Attacks; Reid Orders Probe of Senate Computers After Reports of CIA Spying; Report: U.S. Boycotts Talks on Drone Strikes in Geneva; Turkey Attempts to Block Twitter, Causing Twitter to Erupt; Report: Groups Descended from Right-Wing Death Squads Slaughtering Residents of Colombian City; Mayor of Bogotá, Colombia, Removed by President; Texas: Hunger-Striking Immigrants in Private Prison Report Retaliation; Top U.S. Army General Avoids Prison Time in Sexual Assault Case; Former Navy Football Player Acquitted of Sexual Assault; Florida Executes 5th Prisoner Using Controversial Drug Method; North Carolina: Duke Energy Cited for Dumping 61 Million Gallons of Toxic Waste; New York: 59 Arrested Protesting for Economic Justice at State Capitol in Albany; NYC Mayor de Blasio Signs Paid Sick Leave Bill; Lawrence Walsh, Prosecutor in Iran-Contra Scandal, Dies at 102; Anti-Gay Extemist Fred Phelps Dead at 84

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Season 2014, Episode 59 Monday, March 24, 2014

S2014 E59

Mar 24, 2014
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Monday, March 24, 2014 Mar 24, 2014 2014/03/24 Headlines: Obama Meets with G7 in Europe; Ukraine Orders Crimea Withdrawal; Leaks: NSA Hacked Chinese Telecom Firm; House Intel Chair: Snowden Backing Russia in Ukraine; Fmr. President Carter Uses Postal Mail to Avoid NSA Spying; U.S. Deploys Special Forces to Hunt Kony in Uganda; Egyptian Court Sentences Hundreds of Morsi Supporters to Death; Leading Egyptian Activists Freed on Bail; 3 Palestinians Killed, Several Wounded in Israeli Raid on West Bank; 8 Killed, 18 Missing in Washington State Mudslide; Barge Spills Shipping Oil in Texas; Same-Sex Couples Wed in Michigan Before Ruling Placed on Hold; FBI Agent Cleared of Wrongdoing in Todashev Shooting; Undocumented Immigrant Who Sought Refuge in Chicago Church Released After Re-entry; Report: Sikh Children Face High Rates of Bullying; Army Whistleblower Files Papers for Name Change; Netflix CEO Backs Net Neutrality After Comcast Deal

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Season 2014, Episode 60 Tuesday, March 25, 2014

S2014 E60

Mar 25, 2014
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Tuesday, March 25, 2014 Mar 25, 2014 2014/03/25 Headlines: Obama Admin to Propose Reforms of NSA Bulk Phone Spying; Malaysian PM: Plane Went Down in Southern Indian Ocean; U.S., Allies Expel Russia from G8 over Crimea; U.S. Senators Advance Massive Ukraine Aid Bill; Right-Wing Nationalist Leader Killed in Ukraine; Afghanistan: Election Office Comes Under Attack; Death Toll from Mudslide in Washington State Rises to 14; More Than 100 Congolese Refugees Die When Boat Capsizes; 3 Al Jazeera Journalists Denied Bail in Egypt; New Mass Trial Opens; Spain: Hundreds of Thousands Join "Dignity Marches" Against Austerity; U.N.: 13 of 14 Warmest Years on Record Occurred Since 2000; Report: Air Pollution Killed 7 Million People in 2012; Supreme Court Hears Corporate Challenges to Birth Control Mandate; New Mexico: Video Shows Police Shooting Homeless Man After He Appears to Surrender; New York: Corrections Officer Arrested over Death of Rikers Prisoner Who Ate Soap Ball

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Season 2014, Episode 61 Wednesday, March 26, 2014

S2014 E61

Mar 26, 2014
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Wednesday, March 26, 2014 Mar 26, 2014 2014/03/26 Headlines: Obama: Gov't Needs to Win Back Public's Trust with Surveillance Reforms; Snowden: Curbs on Bulk Collection a "Turning Point" in Surveillance Debate; Mudslide Toll Hits 24; Report Warned of "Catastrophic" Land Instability; GM Hid Fatal Safety Defects from Victims' Families; BP Refinery Used for Tar Sands Oil Leaks into Lake Michigan; Corporate Challenge to Contraception Coverage Heard by Supreme Court; Admin Extends Deadline for Healthcare Enrollment; 80 Killed in Iraq Violence; U.N.: Death Sentences for Morsi Supporters Violate International Law; Obama: "Regional Power" Russia Acted "Out of Weakness"; European Protesters Urge Obama to Close Gitmo; 7 Undocumented Immigrants Block Detention Center in Alabama; Immigrant Detainees Resume Hunger Strike in Washington State; CBO: Immigration Reform Would Trim Deficit by $900B over 20 Years; Wrongly Convicted Prisoner Released After 32 Years Behind Bars

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Season 2014, Episode 62 Thursday, March 27, 2014

S2014 E62

Mar 27, 2014
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Thursday, March 27, 2014 Mar 27, 2014 2014/03/27 Headlines: Obama Chides Russia on "Brute Force," Rejects Iraq War Criticism; Ukraine, IMF Agree on $18B Aid for Austerity Reforms; Philippines, Muslim Rebels Sign Landmark Peace Deal; Egyptian General Resigns to Clear Run for Presidency; Study: Executions Rose Worldwide in 2013; Oklahoma Judge Strikes Down Secrecy on Execution Drugs; Northwestern University Football Players Win Right to Unionize; Bank of America in $9.3B Settlement for Selling Toxic Bonds; Ex-CEO Faces 3-Year Ban; Connecticut Lawmakers Advance $10.10 Minimum Wage; Bin Laden Son-in-Law Convicted in Terrorism Trial; Journalist, Anti-Nuclear Activist Jonathan Schell Dead at 70

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Season 2014, Episode 63 Friday, March 28, 2014

S2014 E63

Mar 28, 2014
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Friday, March 28, 2014 Mar 28, 2014 2014/03/28 Headlines: U.N. General Assembly Rejects Russian Annexation of Crimea; U.S. Congress Backs $1 Billion Aid Package for Ukraine; U.N. Committee Criticizes U.S. Record on Human Rights; Scores Killed in Baghdad Blasts; 400,000 Displaced This Year in Western Iraq; Obamacare Enrollment Tops 6 Million Before Deadline; Italians Protest Obama's Record During Rome Visit; Washington State: Mudslide Death Toll to Rise "Substantially"; BP More Than Doubles Size Estimate for Lake Michigan Spill; 9 U.S. Nuclear Commanders Fired in Cheating Scandal; Report Details Claim Gov. Christie Was Told of Lane Closings, Did Not Remember; U.S. Appeals Court Upholds Texas Restrictions That Shuttered Abortion Clinics; Texas Executes 4th Prisoner This Year; Judge Orders Disclosure of Drug's New Supplier; U.N. Council to Probe Possible War Crimes in Sri Lanka; Domino's Workers Win Restitution for Stolen Wages; U.S. Army Vet Placed in Solitary Confinement After Protest Bid at Immigration Jail

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Season 2014, Episode 64 Monday, March 31, 2014

S2014 E64

Mar 31, 2014
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Monday, March 31, 2014 Mar 31, 2014 2014/03/31 Headlines: U.N. Panel: Poorest Will Suffer Brunt of Global Warming's Impact; Report: U.S. &amp; Other Rich Countries Delete Call for Climate Aid; Kerry, Lavrov Follow Obama-Putin Talks on Ukraine; Thousands Stage Land Day Protests in Israel, Occupied Territories; Israel Reneges on Pledge to Pledge Free Palestinian Prisoners; Spanish Journalists Freed by Al Qaeda Rebels in Syria; Obama Renews Bulk Phone Data Collection Despite Call for Reform; Gen. Alexander Retires as NSA Head; Hundreds Protest Police Shootings in Albuquerque; FBI Opens Probe; Christie Ally Resigns From Port Authority; Christie Apologizes to Billionaire GOP Donor for Calling West Bank "Occupied"; Married Same-Sex Couples in Michigan Win Federal Recognition; West Virginia Gov. Vetoes 20-Week Abortion Ban; Report: Regulators Failed to Launch GM Probe Despite Knowing of Deadly Flaws

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Season 2014, Episode 65 Tuesday, April 01, 2014

S2014 E65

Apr 1, 2014
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Tuesday, April 01, 2014 Apr 1, 2014 2014/04/01 Headlines: Obamacare Hits Deadline with Enrollment as High as 9.5 Million; Senate Report: CIA Misled Public on Extent of Torture, Intelligence Gains; GM Faces Congressional Hearings on Deadly Ignition Defect; Obama Admin Mulls Release of Jailed Spy to Save Mideast Peace Talks; Russia Begins Troop Pullback from Eastern Ukraine; World Court Orders Japan to Stop Antarctic Whaling; Al Jazeera Journalists Testify in Egypt Trial; Mississippi Death Row Prisoner Wins New Trial; Du Pont Heir Avoids Jail Time on Child Molestation Conviction; U.S. Faces Call for $30 Billion in Annual Climate Aid for Global Warming Mitigation; Malaysian Activist Irene Fernandez Dead at 67

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Season 2014, Episode 66 Wednesday, April 02, 2014

S2014 E66

Apr 2, 2014
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Wednesday, April 02, 2014 Apr 2, 2014 2014/04/02 Headlines: GM CEO Apologizes to Victims, Fails to Explain Negligence; Obama Celebrates Health Law Enrollment Numbers; Obama Admin Confirms Warrantless "Backdoor" Searches Target U.S. Citizens; NATO Suspends Formal Cooperation With Russia; Palestinian Authority Signs International Conventions after Israel Reneges on Prisoner Release; Obama Admin: No Decision on Release of Jailed Spy; Group: Syrian Death Toll Could Reach 220,000; House Votes to Block Climate Research; Koch-Backed Measure Bans Transit Funding in Tennessee; Chile Declares State of Emergency After Earthquake Triggers Tsunami

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Season 2014, Episode 67 Thursday, April 03, 2014

S2014 E67

Apr 3, 2014
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Thursday, April 03, 2014 Apr 3, 2014 2014/04/03 Headlines: Iraq War Vet Kills 3, Wounds 16 Before Taking Own Life in Fort Hood Rampage; Supreme Court Strikes Down Election Cycle Limits on Political Donations; Obama Campaigns for $10.10 Minimum Wage; New York City Apartment Building Workers March Ahead of Strike Vote; GOP Senator, Gov. Coordinated with Anti-Union Effort in Tennessee; Texas Abortion Providers Challenge Anti-Choice Law; Mississippi Lawmakers Advance Anti-Abortion, Anti-LGBT Bills; Former Gov't Contractor Sentenced to 13 Months for North Korea Leak; Senate Report Finds Caterpillar Evaded Billions in Taxes; 18 Nations Ratify U.N. Arms Treaty; European Parliament Votes to Adopt Net Neutrality

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Season 2014, Episode 68 Friday, April 04, 2014

S2014 E68

Apr 4, 2014
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Friday, April 04, 2014 Apr 4, 2014 2014/04/04 Headlines: Senate Intel Committee Votes to Release Parts of Torture Report; AP Photographer Shot Dead by Afghan Police Officer; Colleague Wounded; Afghans to Vote in Presidential Election; Report: USAID Launched Fake Twitter Platform to Undermine Cuban Gov't; Anadarko to Pay $5 Billion to Settle Toxic Pollution Case; Activist-Journalist Barrett Brown Reaches Plea Deal in Stratfor Case; Mideast Peace Talks Founder After Israel Cancels Prisoner Release; ACLU Sues over Solitary Confinement of Hunger Strikers at Immigration Jail; Mississippi Governor Signs "Religious Freedom" Bill Seen as Anti-Gay; Texas Executes Prisoner Using Drug from Undisclosed Supplier; Citigroup Faces Criminal Probe over Fraud at Mexican Unit; UPS Fires 250 Workers for Staging 90-Minute Walkout; Mozilla CEO Steps Down After Protests over Anti-Gay Views; Drug Overdose Treatment Approved for Home Use amid Nationwide Epidemic

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Season 2014, Episode 69 Monday, April 07, 2014

S2014 E69

Apr 7, 2014
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Monday, April 07, 2014 Apr 7, 2014 2014/04/07 Headlines: Nationwide Protests Call for End to Mass Deportation; Obama Criticizes GOP Budget; <span class="caps">ACA Adds 3 Million to Medicare; Report: Yemen Banned U.S. Military Drone Strikes After Wedding Attack; Activists Unveil Giant Poster of Child's Face in Drone-Hit Area in Pakistan; Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Challenging U.S. Assassination of Americans Overseas; Pro-Russian Demonstrators Seize Gov't Buildings in Ukraine; Millions Vote in Afghan Elections; Ambassador: U.S. Will Continue to "Deter Palestinian Action" on Statehood; Albuquerque Mayor Requests Federal Monitoring of Police Force; Ohio Newspaper Sues over Reporters' Military Detention; Snowden, Poitras Win Ridenhour Prize for Truth-Telling

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Season 2014, Episode 70 Tuesday, April 08, 2014

S2014 E70

Apr 8, 2014
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Tuesday, April 08, 2014 Apr 8, 2014 2014/04/08 Headlines: Ukraine Moves to Retake Eastern Cities; Russia Accuses U.S. Firm of Secret Role; 15 Killed by Roadside Bomb in Afghanistan; Iraqi Children at Risk as Polio Spreads from Syria; Egypt Court Upholds Prison Terms for 3 Top Activists; Day of Action Calls for Release of Al Jazeera Journalists in Egypt; Ban Ki-moon: "We Should Have Done Much More" to Stop Rwanda Genocide; Jobless Aid Bill Passes Senate, Faces Battle in House; Death Toll From Washington State Mudslide Hits 33; New Details Emerge About Shooting at Fort Hood; Supreme Court Rejects Appeal of Photographer Who Refused Service to Gay Couple; Ex-CIA Director Hayden Criticized for Calling Feinstein "Emotional"; Philippines Supreme Court Upholds Free Contraception Law; Murder Charge Dismissed for Black Woman Who Gave Birth to Stillborn; Author Peter Matthiessen Dies at 86; Final Novel Out Today

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Season 2014, Episode 71 Wednesday, April 09, 2014

S2014 E71

Apr 9, 2014
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Wednesday, April 09, 2014 Apr 9, 2014 2014/04/09 Headlines: Eastern Ukraine Standoff Continues; U.S.-Russia to Join New Talks; Kerry, McCain Spar over Obama's Handling of Ukraine; Drought, Funding Gap Threaten Worsening Hunger Crisis in Syria; Pillay: Assad Regime Behind Bulk of Atrocities in Syria Conflict; Senate Votes to Bar Iranian Ambassador to United Nations; Obama Issues Executive Order on Gender Pay Ahead of Senate Vote; Jailed U.S. Contractor Launches Hunger Strike in Cuba; USAID Denies "Cuban Twitter" Was Covert Program; Snowden: NSA Spied on U.S. Human Rights Groups; Venezuela Gov't, Opposition Leaders to Hold Talks; West Africa Faces Unprecedented Ebola Outbreak; Marine Shoots at Colleague at North Carolina Base; Wrongfully Convicted Black Prisoner Freed After 25 Years

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Season 2014, Episode 72 Thursday, April 10, 2014

S2014 E72

Apr 10, 2014
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Thursday, April 10, 2014 Apr 10, 2014 2014/04/10 Headlines: Pennsylvania High School Stabbing Victims in Critical Condition; NATO Commander Open to U.S. Forces in Eastern Europe; Israel Scales Back Contact with PA; Kerry Faults New Settlement Building; Comcast, Time Warner Execs Push Merger Before Congress; Senate GOP Blocks Paycheck Fairness Act; FBI Racial Profiling Rules Preserve Ethnic Mapping, Drop National Security Exemption; Holder Suggests Racist Treatment by GOP Rep.; Fort Hood Memorial Honors Soldiers Killed in Shooting Rampage; Transgender Teen Held in Adult Prison in Connecticut; Study: Prisons Hold Ten Times More Mentally Ill Than Psychiatric Facilities

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Season 2014, Episode 73 Friday, April 11, 2014

S2014 E73

Apr 11, 2014
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Friday, April 11, 2014 Apr 11, 2014 2014/04/11 Headlines: Senate Report Finds CIA Exceeded Legal Authority, Misled Media on Torture; U.N. Approves 12,000-Member Force for Central African Republic; Russia Warns of Ukraine Gas Cuts; Nuland Touts "Truth-Telling Campaign"; Taiwan Protesters End 3-Week Occupation of Parliament over Trade Pact; U.S. Denies Merkel Access to Her NSA File; Health Secretary Sebelius Resigns After Rocky Obamacare Rollout; House Panel Votes to Hold Ex-IRS Official Lerner in Contempt; Obama Pays Tribute to Civil Rights Act on 50th Anniversary; DOJ: Most Fatal Shootings by Albuquerque Police were Unconstitutional; General Motors Suspends 2 Engineers; Announces New Fix; SAC Capital to Pay $1.8 Billion for Insider Trading; Greenwald, Poitras Return to United States for Polk Awards

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Season 2014, Episode 74 Monday, April 14, 2014

S2014 E74

Apr 14, 2014
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Monday, April 14, 2014 Apr 14, 2014 2014/04/14 Headlines: Ex-KKK Member Shoots Dead 3 at Jewish Centers in Kansas; Ukraine Threatens Military Force to Quell Unrest; U.N. Climate Panel: World Has Just 15 Years to Avoid Climate Catastrophe; Obama Blasts GOP Assault on Voting Rights; Obama Nominates Budget Director to Head Health and Human Services; Iran to Challenge U.S. Visa Denial of New U.N. Envoy; Report: Israel Issues one of Largest West Bank Land Seizures in Years; Dozens Killed in Nigeria Bus Bombing; Reports: NSA Exploited "Heartbleed" Bug; Obama Issues Exemption on Computer Safety; Retiring SEC Attorney: Regulators "Tentative and Fearful" in Pursuing Wall Street; Residents of Canadian Town Reject Enbridge Tar Sands Pipeline

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Season 2014, Episode 75 Tuesday, April 15, 2014

S2014 E75

Apr 15, 2014
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Tuesday, April 15, 2014 Apr 15, 2014 2014/04/15 Headlines: Ukraine Says Anti-Separatist Operation Underway; U.S. Threatens New Sanctions on Russia; Nigeria Bus Bomb Toll Jumps to 71, 124 Wounded; Ex-Klan Member Charged With Hate Crimes in Kansas Jewish Center Shootings; Federal Agents Cede to Anti-Gov't Nevada Rancher After Armed Standoff; Army General Denies Chelsea Manning Clemency Bid; 9/11 Trial Suspended After Attorneys Claim Gov't Infiltration, Monitoring; Justice Dept. Won't Contest Ruling Clear Force-Feeding Challenges by Guantánamo Prisoners; Nebraska Landowners, Activists Unveil Anti-Keystone XL Crop Art; Report: Killings of Environmental Activists Surge Worldwide; Guardian US, Washington Post Win Pulitzer for NSA Reporting

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Season 2014, Episode 76 Wednesday, April 16, 2014

S2014 E76

Apr 16, 2014
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Wednesday, April 16, 2014 Apr 16, 2014 2014/04/16 Headlines: Ukraine, Pro-Russian Separatists Clash on Eve of Talks; 3 Afghan Civilians Reported Dead in U.S. Bombing; Iraq Shutters Abu Ghraib Prison over Militant Threat; Security Council Views Graphic Images from Syrian Defector; Report: Syrian Rebels Obtain U.S.-Made Missiles; Hundreds Missing in Sinking of Korean Ferry; Owner of Collapsed Bangladeshi Garment Factory Faces Murder Charge; NYPD Abandons Controversial Muslim Spying Unit; Detroit Pensioners Reach 1st Post-Bankruptcy Deal; Boston Marks 1st Anniversary of Marathon Bombing; Oklahoma Bars Local Efforts to Raise Minimum Wage; Arizona Enacts Law Authorizing Warrantless Inspection of Abortion Clinics

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Season 2014, Episode 77 Thursday, April 17, 2014

S2014 E77

Apr 17, 2014
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Thursday, April 17, 2014 Apr 17, 2014 2014/04/17 Headlines:$

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Season 2014, Episode 78 Friday, April 18, 2014

S2014 E78

Apr 18, 2014
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Friday, April 18, 2014 Apr 18, 2014 2014/04/18 Headlines: Deal Reached on Ukraine Crisis; Pro-Russian Separatists Stay Put; Anti-Semitic Flier in Eastern Ukraine Denounced as Provocation; Novelist Gabriel García Márquez Dies, Author of "100 Years of Solitude"; Iran Ahead of Schedule on Nuclear Deal; U.S. Releases Funds; Gunmen Attack U.N. Base Sheltering Civilians in South Sudan; Former Salvadoran General Faces Deportation from U.S. for Role in Killings; 19 Arrested Protesting Deportations; Obama Blames GOP for Stalling Reform; 9/11 Tribunal Adjourns amid Claims of FBI Spying on Defense Team; Youngest Person to Be Prosecuted for Terrorism in U.S. Gets 5-Year Sentence; Missouri Mayor: "I Kind of Agreed" with Frazier Glenn Miller; Report Finds Major Flaws in Handling of FSU Rape Case; WBAI Radio Journalist Robert Knight Dies

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Season 2014, Episode 79 Monday, April 21, 2014

S2014 E79

Apr 21, 2014
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Monday, April 21, 2014 Apr 21, 2014 2014/04/21 Headlines: Obama Admin Puts Off Decision on Keystone XL for 3rd Year; U.S. Drone Strikes Kill Dozens in Yemen; Deadly Shooting Follows Ukraine-Russia Truce; 33 Killed in Iraq Violence; Obama Admin: Healthcare Enrollment Tops 8 Million; Maryland, Oregon Curb Immigration Holds for Federal Agents; 9/11 Trials Could Face Lengthy Delay over FBI Infiltration; Anti-LGBTQ South Carolina Mayor Fires Lesbian Police Chief; Alabama Prisoners Stage Work Stoppage over Conditions, Free Labor; Judge OKs Suit Against IBM, Ford for Backing Apartheid; Rubin "Hurricane" Carter, Wrongfully Jailed Boxer, Dead at 76

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Season 2014, Episode 80 Tuesday, April 22, 2014

S2014 E80

Apr 22, 2014
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Tuesday, April 22, 2014 Apr 22, 2014 2014/04/22 Headlines: Obama Admin to Widen Clemency Eligibility for Drug Offenders; Court Orders Release of Memo Justifying Targeted Killings; Toll from U.S. Drone Strikes in Yemen Tops 55; U.N.: Hundreds Killed in South Sudan Rebel Attack; Ukraine Truce Falters as Armed Groups Remain; U.N. Warns Assad Against New Elections; Report: Admin Mulls Limiting Deportations for Immigrants Without Criminal Records; Plaintiffs Challenge GM Bid to Evade Liability for Ignition Defect; UAW Drops Challenge to Failed Unionization Vote; Intel Director Issues Broad Ban on Media Contact; Oklahoma Prisoners Win Stay of Execution over Drug Secrecy; Prison Officials Fired After Kentucky Inmate Starves to Death; Twin Memorials Held for Gabriel García Márquez in Mexico, Colombia

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Season 2014, Episode 81 Wednesday, April 23, 2014

S2014 E81

Apr 23, 2014
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Wednesday, April 23, 2014 Apr 23, 2014 2014/04/23 Headlines: Supreme Court Upholds Ban on Affirmative Action in Michigan Schools; Ukraine Ends Easter Truce; Biden Visits Kiev; Separatists Kidnap Vice News Journalist in Ukraine; U.S. Deploys Troops for Exercises in Poland, Baltic States; U.S. Resumes Military Aid to Egypt With Helicopter Shipment; Egypt Trial of Al Jazeera Journalists Adjourned to May; Monitors: Removal of Syrian Chemical Stockpile Nearly 90% Complete; Assad Regime Accused of Chlorine Bombardments on Rebel Areas; Abbas Threatens Dissolution of Palestinian Authority if Talks Fail; Muslim Plaintiffs Claim "No-Fly" List Retaliation for Refusing to Spy for FBI; Judge Orders Disclosure of CIA Secret Prison Secrets; Missouri Executes Prisoner After Drug Secrecy Challenge Fails; Oklahoma Gov. Overrides Court Stay; Obama Tours Washington Landslide Area as Toll Hits 41; Georgia Sued over Gay Marriage Ban; Utah Mother Accused of Murdering 6 Babies; Native Groups, Ranchers Launch D.C. Protest Against Keystone XL Pipeline

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Season 2014, Episode 82 Thursday, April 24, 2014

S2014 E82

Apr 24, 2014
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Thursday, April 24, 2014 Apr 24, 2014 2014/04/24 Headlines: Obama Admin Details Historic Clemency Eligibility for Drug Offenders; New FCC Rules Allow Tiered Pay System for Content Delivery; Palestinian Factions Reach Consensus Deal After 7-Year Rift; Israel, U.S. Reject Palestinian Unity Agreement; 3 U.S. Doctors Killed in Afghan Shooting; Deadly Clashes Erupt in Ukraine as Soldiers Confront Separatists; Obama Warns Russia of New Sanctions, Backs Japan in Island Dispute; Mississippi Enacts 20-Week Abortion Ban; Georgia Expands Firearms Permits in Public Spaces; Oklahoma Supreme Court Reverses Execution Stay After Outcry from Gov., Lawmakers; Texas Couple Wins $2.9 Million over Fracking Near Home; Former Oil Exec Calls for Fracking Ban in New York; Army Whistleblower Chelsea Manning Granted Name Change Request; Workers, Families Mark 1st Anniversary of Rana Plaza Factory Collapse

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Season 2014, Episode 83 Friday, April 25, 2014

S2014 E83

Apr 25, 2014
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Friday, April 25, 2014 Apr 25, 2014 2014/04/25 Headlines: Ukraine to Continue Efforts Against Separatists; U.S. Warns Russia; U.S. Journalist Released by Separatists in Ukraine; Obama Fails to Seal Deal on Secretive TPP Trade Pact in Japan; Israel Suspends Peace Talks After Palestinian Unity Deal; Marshall Islands Sues U.S., Other Nuclear Powers for Failure to Disarm; Charges Dismissed Against Blackwater Guard; Soldier Accused of Murdering Iraqi Teens; Mass Protest to Cap Week of Action Against Keystone XL Pipeline; New Federal Rule Aims to Curb Resurgence of Black Lung Disease; Vermont Set to Become 1st State to Require GMO Labeling; Postal Workers Protest Transfer of Work to Staples Employees; Arkansas Judge Strikes Down Voter ID Law; Right-Wing Backers Criticize Rancher Cliven Bundy After Racist Remarks; Navy Reassigns Ex-Blue Angels Commander After Sexual Harassment Claim; Brown University Under Fire for Letting Accused Rapist Who Strangled Victim Back on Campus; Imprisoned Activist Mumia Abu-Jamal Turns 60

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Season 2014, Episode 84 Monday, April 28, 2014

S2014 E84

Apr 28, 2014
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Monday, April 28, 2014 Apr 28, 2014 2014/04/28 Headlines: Tornadoes Kill 17, Level Homes in Arkansas and Oklahoma; U.S. Grows Military Presence in Philippines with 10-Year Pact; Anti-TPP Activists Protest Obama Speech in Malaysia; Egypt Court Issues Mass New Death Sentence for Brotherhood Supporters; Afghan Panel: New Secret Prisons Found on NATO Bases; U.S. Expands Russia Sanctions; Separatists Seize European Monitors in Ukraine; Nigerian Schoolgirls Remain Missing After Abduction by Boko Haram; Judge Backs Gov't on Seizing Overseas Data; Phone Company Tried to Halt NSA Compliance; NBA Stars Call for Owner's Removal over Racist Comments

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Season 2014, Episode 85 Tuesday, April 29, 2014

S2014 E85

Apr 29, 2014
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Tuesday, April 29, 2014 Apr 29, 2014 2014/04/29 Headlines: White House Issues New Guidelines on Sexual Assault; Senate Drops Mandate for Public Disclosure of Drone Deaths; Iraq: Attacks Kill 57 Ahead of Parliamentary Election; Central African Republic: MSF Suspends Medical Aid in Town After Attack; Death Toll from Tornadoes in U.S. Rises to 28; Entire State of California in Drought; Governor Notes Climate Change Link; Assad Seeks Re-election in Syria; 14 Killed in Damascus; Pro-Democracy "April 6 Movement" Banned in Egypt; Obama Defends Foreign Policy During Philippines Visit; EU, U.S. Announce New Sanctions on Russia; Kerry Apologizes for Israeli "Apartheid" Remarks; Ethiopia: 9 Bloggers, Journalists Arrested Ahead of Kerry's Arrival; Reid Condemns GOP "Sugar Daddies" for Stalled Legislation; Hundreds March Against Inequality; Report Shows Shift to Low-Wage Jobs; Republican NY Rep. Michael Grimm Charged with Fraud; Explosion Hits Boat Intended to Break Israeli Blockade of Gaza

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Season 2014, Episode 86 Wednesday, April 30, 2014

S2014 E86

Apr 30, 2014
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Wednesday, April 30, 2014 Apr 30, 2014 2014/04/30 Headlines: Botched Oklahoma Lethal Injection Causes Fatal Heart Attack; Gov. Delays 2nd Execution; Supreme Court Upholds EPA Air Pollution Rule; Powerful Thunderstorms Sweep Midwest, South After Tornadoes Kill 34; NBA Bans Clippers Owner for Life over Racist Comments; Union: NBA Players Were Prepared to Boycott Playoff Games to Force Sterling's Ouster; Iraq Holds National Elections, Maliki Seeks New Term; Separatists Gain Ground as Ukraine Gov. Claims "Helpless" to Stop Unrest; Mideast Peace Talks Miss U.S. Deadline as Report Finds Massive Settlement Expansion; Federal Judge Strikes Down Wisconsin Voter ID Law over Discrimination; White House Unveils Sexual Assault Guidelines for College Campuses; Tennessee Enacts Law Criminalizing Drug Use in Pregnancy; Gunman Wounds 6, Takes Own Life in Georgia; Report: U.S. Prosecutors to Charge Credit Suisse, BNP Paribas

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Season 2014, Episode 87 Thursday, May 01, 2014

S2014 E87

May 1, 2014
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Thursday, May 01, 2014 May 1, 2014 2014/05/01 Headlines: Oklahoma Orders Lethal Injection Review After Botched Execution; Ohio Gov. Commutes Death Sentence for Arthur Tyler; Senate GOP Blocks Minimum Wage Hike; Hawaii Raises Minimum Wage to $10.10; Regime Bombing Kills Children in Aleppo; U.N. Aid Chief Warns of Conflict's "Horrific Toll"; U.N. Warns of South Sudan Catastrophe

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Season 2014, Episode 88 Friday, May 02, 2014

S2014 E88

May 2, 2014
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Friday, May 02, 2014 May 2, 2014 2014/05/02 Headlines: Ukraine Launches Major Assault on Separatists in Slovyansk; Drugs Injected into Prisoner's Groin During Botched Oklahoma Execution; Reports of Military Sexual Assault Up 50 Percent; U.S. Names 55 Schools Under Investigation for Handling of Sexual Assault; White House Issues Report on Corporate Use of "Big Data"; Seattle Mayor Unveils Plan to Phase In $15 Minimum Wage Hike; Workers Around the World Protest on May Day; Brooklyn Teachers Refuse to Administer Common Core Test

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Season 2014, Episode 89 Monday, May 05, 2014

S2014 E89

May 5, 2014
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Monday, May 05, 2014 May 5, 2014 2014/05/05 Headlines: Obama Announces Federal Review After "Deeply Troubling" Botched Execution; U.N.: Oklahoma Execution May Have Violated International Law; Ukraine Suffers Worst Violence in Month as Conflict Spreads; Report: U.S. Intelligence Advising Ukrainian Gov't; Thousands Feared Dead in Afghan Landslide; Iraq: Over 750 Killed in April, Deadliest Month This Year; Nigerian President Seeks Int'l Help for Schoolgirls' Rescue; Rallies Pressure Nigerian Gov't on Kidnapping; Protest Leader Says First Lady Ordered Arrest; Sinn Fein Leader Released Without Charge Following Questioning for 1972 Murder; Shooter Kills 3 in Arkansas Days After Release from Mental Health Center; Spying Tensions Hang over Obama-Merkel White House Meeting; Biden Suggests Admin May Stop Record Deportations; House GOP Launches Select Panel on Benghazi; Condoleezza Rice Cancels Rutgers Speech over Campus Protest; Activists Re-enact Yemen Wedding Bombed by U.S. Drones

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Season 2014, Episode 90 Tuesday, May 06, 2014

S2014 E90

May 6, 2014
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Tuesday, May 06, 2014 May 6, 2014 2014/05/06 Headlines: Dozens Killed in Slovyansk as Ukraine Continues Assault; White House Pressures CEOs Not to Attend Talks in Russia; Nigeria: Boko Haram Threatens to Sell Abducted Schoolgirls; Occupy Wall Street Activist Cecily McMillan Found Guilty of Assault; U.S. to Impose Sanctions on Both Sides of South Sudan Conflict; U.S. Recognizes Syrian Opposition Offices as Foreign Mission; U.S. Unveils 10-Year Deal with Djibouti, Site of Key Drone Base; Philippines, U.S. Launch Military Drills; Filipinos Protest Troop Deal; Ex-Deputy Nuclear Weapons Commander Reprimanded in Gambling Case; Supreme Court Allows Prayer at Town Council Meetings; Report: Restaurant Lobby Monitored Fast-Food Protests; Cornel West Speaks at Rally Against Solitary Confinement in New York

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Season 2014, Episode 91 Wednesday, May 07, 2014

S2014 E91

May 7, 2014
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Wednesday, May 07, 2014 May 7, 2014 2014/05/07 Headlines: White House Report Says Climate Change Having Immediate U.S. Impact, with Worse to Come; U.S. Pledges Aid to Nigeria Search for Missing Girls; Boko Haram Stage New Kidnapping of 8 Girls; Global Rallies Continue; Vatican Details Punishment of Child Sexual Abusers for 1st Time; Egypt Ruler: U.S. Sought Brief Delay of Morsi Coup; Citing Oklahoma Death, Texas Prisoner Seeks Execution Delay; New Sentencing for Montana Teacher Who Served 1 Month for Raping Student; Albuquerque Residents Occupy Council Meeting After Latest Police Shooting; North Carolina House Speaker Wins GOP Senate Primary; Study: Expansion of Health Insurance Could Save Tens of Thousands of Lives

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Season 2014, Episode 92 Thursday, May 08, 2014

S2014 E92

May 8, 2014
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Thursday, May 08, 2014 May 8, 2014 2014/05/08 Headlines: Over 300 Killed in New Massacre by Boko Haram; "Bring Back Our Girls" Protests Continue in Nigeria; Separatists Reject Putin Call to Delay Secession Referendum; Cuba Arrests 4 Miami-Based Exiles on Terror Charges; House Advances Bipartisan Measure to Curb Bulk Data Collection by NSA; Regulators Issue Safety Order for Trains Carrying Crude Oil; Protesters Set Up Pro-Net Neutrality Encampment Outside FCC; Fast-Food Workers to Stage Global Strike in 33 Countries; Embattled Law Firm Withdraws from Ecuadorean Amazon Lawsuit, Pay Chevron $15 Million; Pakistan Arrests FBI Agent on Weapons Charges

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Season 2014, Episode 93 Friday, May 09, 2014

S2014 E93

May 9, 2014
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Friday, May 09, 2014 May 9, 2014 2014/05/09 Headlines: U.N., Amnesty Find Mass Atrocities in South Sudan; U.S. Officials Arrive in Nigeria to Aid Search for Kidnapped Girls; Witnesses: Ethiopian Forces Opened Fire on Protesters; U.S. Sanctions Syrian Officials; Rebels Level Hotel in Aleppo; Putin Visits Crimea; Eastern Areas to Vote on Secession from Ukraine; Venezuelan Forces Arrest 243 Anti-Government Protesters; Cop Killed; Thailand: Protests Continue After Court Ousts Prime Minister; U.S. Journalist Deported from Yemen; GOP-Led House Votes to Form Benghazi Panel; Oklahoma Stays Killing of Charles Warner After Botched Execution; Jurors Say OWS Activist Cecily McMillan Should Serve No Prison Time; Feds Remind School Districts Not to Deny Entry to Immigrants; Activists Arrested at Peabody Coal Shareholder Meeting; Residents Forced to Evacuate After Shale Well Leak in Ohio; Snapchat Settles Charges It Misled Users, Collected Data; Vermont Governor Signs GMO Labeling Bill; Residents Protest Police Killing of 93-Year-Old Black Woman in Texas

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Season 2014, Episode 94 Monday, May 12, 2014

S2014 E94

May 12, 2014
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Monday, May 12, 2014 May 12, 2014 2014/05/12 Headlines: Boko Haram Offers Prisoner Swap for Kidnapped Girls; Nigerian President: Girls Still in Nigeria; Amnesty: Nigerian Gov't Knew of Imminent Attack on Girls' School; Protests for Girls' Return Continue Worldwide; Pro-Russian Groups Claim Victory in Fraught Referendum; U.S. Operatives Kill 2 in Yemen; Drone Strike Kills 5; Obama Unveils New Renewable Energy Measures; Protests Oppose Wal-Mart as Venue for Obama Energy Speech; NYPD Recruiting Muslim Informants in City Jails; Sen. Paul Breaks with GOP on Voter ID Laws; Arkansas Gay Marriage Ban Struck Down; Hagel Backs Review of Transgender Ban in Military; Michael Sam Becomes NFL's 1st Openly Gay Player

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Season 2014, Episode 95 Tuesday, May 13, 2014

S2014 E95

May 13, 2014
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Tuesday, May 13, 2014 May 13, 2014 2014/05/13 Headlines: U.S. Flies Surveillance Planes over Nigeria to Search for Missing Girls; Nigeria Rejects Prisoner Swap with Boko Haram; Separatists Declare Autonomy in Eastern Ukraine; Studies: Global Warming Helps Cause Irreversible Melting of Antarctic Glaciers; Senate GOP Blocks Bipartisan Energy Efficiency Bill; 150 Same-Sex Couples Wed in Arkansas; Texas to Carry Out 1st Execution Since Botched Killing in Oklahoma; Obama Admin Offers Senators Expanded Access to Assassination Memos; New York City Council Members Seek Leniency for Cecily McMillan; IMF Chief Cancels Smith College Commencement Address After Protest; Democratic Candidate in North Carolina Primary Dies at Home

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Season 2014, Episode 96 Wednesday, May 14, 2014

S2014 E96

May 14, 2014
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Wednesday, May 14, 2014 May 14, 2014 2014/05/14 Headlines: Nigeria Opens Door to Talks with Boko Haram on Kidnapped Girls; Over 200 Killed in Turkish Mining Blast; U.N. Envoy for Syria Resigns After 2 Years; Idaho Same-Sex Marriage Ban Struck Down; Court Stays Texas Execution over Prisoner's Mental Disability; Missouri Protesters Challenge Bill Extending Abortion Wait; Clerk: Conyers Doesn't Qualify for Primary Ballot; Ras Baraka Elected Mayor of Newark; ICC Revisits War Crimes Probe of British Soldiers in Iraq; Openly Gay NFL Player Introduced with New Team; Peace Activist, Broadcaster Acie Byrd Dies at 77; "Searching for Sugar Man" Director Dies at 36

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Season 2014, Episode 97 Thursday, May 15, 2014

S2014 E97

May 15, 2014
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Thursday, May 15, 2014 May 15, 2014 2014/05/15 Headlines: Nigeria Rules Out Boko Haram Prisoner Swap; U.S. Flying Drones over Nigeria, Yet to Share Intel; Workers Strike in Turkey as Mine Toll Hits 282; U.N.: South Sudan at Risk of Famine, Genocide; Hunger-Striking Al Jazeera Journalist Moved to Solitary Confinement; Fast-Food Workers in U.S., 30 Countries Stage 1-Day Strike; Thousands Evacuated in Southern California Wildfires; Judge Refuses to Halt Same-Sex Marriages in Idaho; Arkansas Supreme Court Overturns Voter ID Ruling; North Dakota Appeals Abortion Ruling; Louisiana Measure Could Shutter Clinics; Mexican Immigrant Takes Refugee in Arizona Church; ICE Sued for Alleged Beating, Unlawful Confinement of Mexican Immigrant; Pentagon OKs Manning Transfer for Hormone Therapy; Activists Call for Medicaid Coverage of Trans Healthcare; Report: Ousted NYT Editor Complained About Pay Disparity; French Photojournalist Killed in Central African Republic

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Season 2014, Episode 98 Friday, May 16, 2014

S2014 E98

May 16, 2014
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Friday, May 16, 2014 May 16, 2014 2014/05/16 Headlines: FCC Advances New Internet Rules Despite Mass Protests; India: Nationalist Leader Modi Set to Become Prime Minister; Ukraine: Steelworkers Take Control in Eastern City of Mariupol; Israeli Forces Kill 2 Palestinians During Nakba Protest; Brazil: Thousands Protest World Cup Expenditures; Honduras: Military Police Use Tear Gas to Oust Zelaya, Other Lawmakers; Wildfires Force More Evacuations in California; 1 Dead; U.S. Releases 10 Pakistani Prisoners Held at Bagram Prison; Guantánamo Prisoners Ask Court to Preserve Video of Force-Feedings; Obama Admin Seeks to Delay Release of CIA Prison Secrets, Torture Report; Global Fast-Food Protest Marks Largest Action to Date; Media Outlets File Lawsuit Against Execution Drug Secrecy; GM Recalls 2.7 Million More Vehicles; Sen. Elizabeth Warren Criticizes Secrecy of Trans-Pacific Partnership Trade Talks

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Season 2014, Episode 99 Monday, May 19, 2014

S2014 E99

May 19, 2014
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Monday, May 19, 2014 May 19, 2014 2014/05/19 Headlines: Dozens Killed, Thousands Displaced in Record Balkans Flooding; Renegade Forces Launch Attacks in 2 Libyan Cities; West African Countries Declare "War" on Boko Haram; Funerals Held for Slain Palestinian Nakba Demonstrators; California Gov. Expects "Worst" Ever Drought Following Wildfires; Judge Orders Halt to Force-Feeding of Guantánamo Prisoner; AT&amp;T Buys DirecTV for $48.5 Billion; GM Fined $35 Million for Hiding Safety Defect; Arkansas Supreme Court Halts Same-Sex Marriages After Appeal; Missouri Death Row Prisoner Seeks Filming of Execution; Black Labor Organizer, Educator General Baker Dies

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Season 2014, Episode 100 Tuesday, May 20, 2014

S2014 E100

May 20, 2014
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Tuesday, May 20, 2014 May 20, 2014 2014/05/20 Headlines: Thai Military Imposes Martial Law; U.S. Charges 5 Chinese Army Members with Economic Spying; Cleric Convicted of Terrorism in New York; Execution Stay Denied for Missouri Prisoner with Rare Condition; Credit Suisse Pleads Guilty to Criminal Charge in Tax Case; Abramson Salutes Anita Hill in Wake Forest Commencement Speech; "Yes Men" Artist Unveils Fossil Fuel Divestment at Reed College in Commencement Prank; OWS Activist Cecily McMillan Sentenced to 90 Days in Jail; Utah Told to Honor Same-Sex Marriages; Ban Lifted in Oregon; Historian, MLK Speechwriter Vincent Harding Dies at 82

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Season 2014, Episode 101 Wednesday, May 21, 2014

S2014 E101

May 21, 2014
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Wednesday, May 21, 2014 May 21, 2014 2014/05/21 Headlines: Suspected Boko Haram Bombing Kills 118 in Nigeria; U.S. Vows to Halt Vaccination, Health Ruses in CIA Operations; Obama Admin to Release Secret Memo Justifying Drone Strikes on U.S. Citizens; Federal Judge Strikes Down Pennsylvania Same-Sex Marriage Ban; Missouri Death Row Prisoner Wins Stay of Execution; Republicans Defeat Tea Party Challenges in Primary Votes; Oregon Counties Vote to Ban GMO Crops; VA Widens Probe of Clinics in Cover-Up of Veteran Deaths; General Motors Recalls Another 2.4 Million Vehicles over Ignition Defects; Video Shows Israeli Killings of Unarmed Palestinian Youths; NYU Apologizes for Harsh Treatment of Workers at Abu Dhabi Campus; Activist Destroys $500 Million Worth of Student Debt Records in Chile; German Nuclear Physicist Hans-Peter Dürr Dies at 84

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Season 2014, Episode 102 Thursday, May 22, 2014

S2014 E102

May 22, 2014
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Thursday, May 22, 2014 May 22, 2014 2014/05/22 Headlines: Thai Military Stages Coup Days After Declaring Martial Law; 48 Killed in Suspected Boko Haram Attack on Nigerian Villages; U.S. Deploys 80 Marines to Chad in Search for Kidnapped Nigerian Girls; China, Russia Reach 30-Year, $400 Billion Gas Deal; Russia to Veto U.N. Measure Referring Syrian Conflict to ICC; Obama Vows to Address Delays, Cover-ups at VA Clinics; Supreme Court Stays Missouri Execution, Signals Potential Shift; U.S. Ordered to Provide Video, Records of Guantánamo Force-Feed; Over 100 Arrested Protesting McDonald's for Higher Wages, Unionization; Same-Sex Marriages Begin in PA After Court Ruling; Montana Couples Challenge State Ban

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