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Season 2015, Episode 01 Thursday, January 01, 2015

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Jan 1, 2015
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Thursday, January 01, 2015 Jan 1, 2015 2015/01/01 Headlines:$

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Season 2015, Episode 02 Friday, January 02, 2015

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Jan 2, 2015
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Season 2015, Episode 03 Monday, January 05, 2015

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Jan 5, 2015
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Monday, January 05, 2015 Jan 5, 2015 2015/01/05 Headlines: Thousands Attend Funeral of NYPD Officer Wenjian Liu; NYPD Officers Turn Backs on Mayor de Blasio in Latest Act of Protest; NYC Protesters Stage "Die-in" outside Fox News; Death of Mentally Ill Black Woman in Cleveland Police Custody Ruled a Homicide; Israel Withholds Palestinian Revenues over ICC Court Bid; U.S. Drone Strike Reportedly Kills 9 in Pakistan; At Least 24 Killed in Shelling of Afghan Wedding; Egypt Court Orders Retrial of Imprisoned Al Jazeera Journalists; U.S. Expands North Korea Sanctions as Firm Challenges Hacking Claims; FBI Aiding Mexican Investigators with Search for Missing Students; Al-Qaeda Suspect Seized from Libya Dies Ahead of U.S. Trial; Jury Selection Begins in Boston Marathon Bombing Trial; Thousands of Undocumented Immigrants Apply for Driver's Licenses in California; Judge to Decide on Release of Grand Jury Docs in Garner Case; Former New York Gov. Mario Cuomo Dies at 82

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Season 2015, Episode 04 Tuesday, January 06, 2015

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Jan 6, 2015
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Tuesday, January 06, 2015 Jan 6, 2015 2015/01/06 Headlines: Republicans to Push Keystone XL Pipeline as New Congress Convenes; Burundi: 100 Rebels Killed in Clashes with Military; Guatemala: Genocide Retrial of Former Dictator Ríos Montt Delayed; Germany: Tens of Thousands Oppose Anti-Muslim Rallies; Florida Becomes 36th State to Allow Same-Sex Marriage; James Risen Refuses to Discuss Source in Court Appearance; California Gov. Brown Inaugurated with Vow to Act on Climate Change; Oil Prices Dip to 6-Year Low amid Fracking Boom; 2 NYPD Officers Shot and Wounded; Drop in Arrests Continues; Judge Agrees to Consider Release of Eric Garner Grand Jury Records; Ferguson Grand Juror Sues for Right to Speak Out About Case; Undercover Probe Finds Mistreatment of Chickens Sent for Slaughter; Suicide of Transgender Teen Sparks Mass Call to Ban "Conversion Therapy"; CIA Inspector General to Resign for Private Sector Job

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Season 2015, Episode 05 Wednesday, January 07, 2015

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Jan 7, 2015
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Wednesday, January 07, 2015 Jan 7, 2015 2015/01/07 Headlines: At Least 12 Killed in Gun Attack on French Magazine that Printed Muhammad Cartoons; White House Promises Veto of GOP-Backed Keystone XL Bill; Environmentalists: Obama Veto Threat on Keystone XL a Victory for Activism; Boehner Defeats Internal GOP Challenge to Remain House Speaker; McConnell Assumes Role of Senate Majority Leader; House GOP Accused of "Voodoo Economics" with Rule Change on Tax, Budget Bills; Fmr. Virginia Gov. McDonnell Sentenced to 2-Year Prison Term in Corruption Case; Gunman Kills Doctor, Takes Own Life at VA Clinic in Texas; FBI Probing Targeted Explosion at <span class="caps">NAACP Office in Colorado; New York Transit Authority Bans "Die-Ins" at Grand Central; Suicide Attack Kills Dozens in Yemeni Capital; Obama Pledges Support for Mexican Drug War in White House Meeting with Embattled Peña Nieto; Freed Cuban 5 Member, Wife Welcome Baby Girl Conceived During U.S. Imprisonment

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Season 2015, Episode 06 Thursday, January 08, 2015

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Jan 8, 2015
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Thursday, January 08, 2015 Jan 8, 2015 2015/01/08 Headlines: France Holds Day of Mourning Amid Manhunt for Charlie Hebdo Killers; Charlie Hebdo Suspects Known to Authorities for Militant Ties; Pentagon Opens 1st Probe of Civilian Deaths in ISIS War; U.S.-Led Coalition Drops Nearly 5,000 Bombs; U.N.: Palestinian Membership in International Criminal Court to Begin April 1; U.S. Rejects Palestinian Membership in ICC, Vows Review of Aid to Palestinian Authority; FBI Director: Sony Hackers Used North Korean Servers; Cuba Frees More Prisoners Ahead of U.S. Talks in Havana; Shell to Pay $84 Million in Compensation for 2008 Nigeria Oil Spills; FBI: <span class="caps">NAACP Bombing in Colorado Could Be Domestic Terrorism; Report: Corporate Media Ignores Bombing at NAACP Office in Colorado; 3 More Women Accuse of Bill Cosby of Drugging, Sexual Assault

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Season 2015, Episode 07 Friday, January 09, 2015

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Jan 9, 2015
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Friday, January 09, 2015 Jan 9, 2015 2015/01/09 Headlines: France: Hostages Taken in 2 Standoffs; "Je Suis Ahmed" Hashtag Honors Slain Muslim Officer in Paris; Nigeria: Hundreds Feared Dead After Boko Haram Attack; Sri Lanka Elects New President in Surprise Upset; Mexico: 13 Police Held over Journalist's Disappearance; Saudi Arabia: Blogger Publicly Flogged for Insulting Islam; Honda Fined Record $70 Million for Failing to Report Crashes; Obama Announces Plan for 2 Years of Free Community College; Pentagon to Consolidate Forces in Europe, Keep Levels the Same; Sen. Bernie Sanders on Keystone XL: "Congress Turning Its Back on Science"; Sen. Barbara Boxer to Retire in 2016; Democratic Lawmakers Oppose Obama's Push to Fast-Track Trade Deals; Ohio to Delay Execution, Drop 2-Drug Cocktail; Extended Tamir Rice Shooting Video Shows Police Failed to Provide Medical Aid, Tackled Sister; Environmentalist Freed from Prison After 9 Years; Gov't Admits Withholding Documents; After 2-Year Wait, White House Responds to Petition to Fire Prosecutor in Aaron Swartz Case

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Season 2015, Episode 08 Monday, January 12, 2015

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Jan 12, 2015
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Monday, January 12, 2015 Jan 12, 2015 2015/01/12 Headlines: Over 3.7 Million Rally in French Response to Charlie Hebdo Massacre; Charlie Hebdo, Supermarket Gunmen Claim Militant Ties as al-Qaeda Takes Credit; Dozens of Syrian Civilians Reportedly Killed in U.S.-Led Strike; Islamic State Fighters Kill Kurdish Forces in Surprise Attack; Up to 2,000 Killed in "Deadliest" Massacre by Boko Haram in Nigeria; Cuba Frees All 53 Prisoners Agreed to Under Deal with U.S.; Haitian President Agrees to New Elections as Nation Marks Earthquake's 5th Anniversary; Nebraska Supreme Court Allows Keystone XL Route as GOP Pushes New Vote; Study Details Fossil Fuels that Must Be Left Untouched to Avoid Devastating Global Warming; Series of Earthquakes in Texas Raises Potential Link to Fracking; 2 Arrested Outside Cheney's Home in Protests Marking 13th Anniversary of Guantánamo; FBI, Justice Dept. Seek Charges Against Ex-<span class="caps">CIA Director Petraeus; NYC to Pay $1.7 Million to Wrongfully Convicted Half-Brothers; Winners Address Political Issues at Annual Golden Globe Awards

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Season 2015, Episode 09 Tuesday, January 13, 2015

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Jan 13, 2015
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Tuesday, January 13, 2015 Jan 13, 2015 2015/01/13 Headlines: France Deploys 10,000 Troops to Guard Sites After Attacks; White House Admits Top Official Should Have Joined Paris March; Record 25,000 Join Anti-Islam Rally in Germany; 100,000 Join Counter-Protests; Nigeria: Gov't Claims 150, Not 2,000, Killed by Boko Haram; U.S. Drops Bid to Force Journalist James Risen to Testify; U.S. Central Command's Social Media Hacked by Apparent ISIS Sympathizers; New Mexico: 2 Police Face Murder Charges for Shooting of Homeless Man; Report: NYPD Use of Banned Chokeholds Goes Unpunished; Senate Advances Bill to Approve Keystone XL Pipeline; Romney Takes Steps Toward 2016 Presidential Bid; Ryan Drops Out; Treasury Nominee Withdraws After Warren-Led Opposition over Wall Street Ties; Judge Strikes Down South Dakota Same-Sex Marriage Ban

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Season 2015, Episode 10 Wednesday, January 14, 2015

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Jan 14, 2015
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Wednesday, January 14, 2015 Jan 14, 2015 2015/01/14 Headlines: Victims of Paris Attacks Laid to Rest in France, Israel; French Parliament Extends ISIS Bombing Campaign with 488-to-1 Vote; AQAP Claims Responsibility for Charlie Hebdo Massacre; New Video Shows Charlie Hebdo Gunmen Firing on Police; Charlie Hebdo Publishes 1st Issue Since Attack with Prophet Muhammad on Cover; North Korea Offers Direct Talks After U.S. Rejects Suspension of Military Drills; Obama Sees Common Ground with GOP on Cybersecurity, Trade; New Cybersecurity Rules Would Increase Information Sharing Between Companies, Gov't; Obama Admin to Unveil Proposed Methane Emission Cuts; Protesters Rally Across U.S. Against GOP Push on Keystone XL; Georgia Executes Vietnam Vet; Oklahoma to Attempt 1st Lethal Injection Since Botched Killing; NYC Board of Correction Bans Solitary for Young Prisoners at Rikers; Video Shows Montana Cop Weeping After Fatal Shooting; Civil Rights Groups Challenge Rejection of Lawsuit Against NYPD's Muslim Surveillance; Ohio Bartender Accused of Plot to Kill House Speaker Boehner; Jeremy Scahill to CNN: Network "Terrorism Experts" are "Largely Frauds"

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Season 2015, Episode 11 Thursday, January 15, 2015

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Jan 15, 2015
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Thursday, January 15, 2015 Jan 15, 2015 2015/01/15 Headlines: Satellite Imagery Details "Catastrophic Destruction" of Boko Haram Massacre in Nigeria; Belgium Arms Dealer Admits to Selling Weapons to Paris Gunmen; Accomplice Reportedly ID'ed; Charlie Hebdo Prints 5 Million Copies of 1st Issue Since Massacre; Islamic State Kills Dozens in Strikes Across Iraq; U.N. Appeals for Syria Aid as Refugee Plight Worsens; U.S. Transfers 5 Guantánamo Bay Prisoners to Oman, Estonia; Ohio Man Arrested for Alleged ISIS-Inspired Attack Plot on U.S. Capitol; Mayor Charged for Student Disappearances in Mexico; Families Launch Community Search Teams; GOP-Controlled House Votes to Repeal Obama Admin Immigration Protections

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Season 2015, Episode 12 Friday, January 16, 2015

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Jan 16, 2015
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Friday, January 16, 2015 Jan 16, 2015 2015/01/16 Headlines: Police Arrest Dozens in Raids in France, Germany &amp; Belgium; France to Give Citizenship to Malian Hero in Paris Supermarket Attack; Germany Police Probe Death of Eritrean Asylum Seeker; "My Body is on Fire": The Last Words of Oklahoma Man Executed Thursday; At Sterling Trial, Condoleezza Rice Admits Pushing NYT to Kill Article on Iran; Saudi Postpones Flogging of Raif Badawi; U.N. Urges Israel to Unlock $127 Million in Taxes Owed to Palestinians; Iran Indicts Jailed Washington Post Reporter Jason Rezaian; U.S. Announces Sweeping New Cuban Trade &amp; Travel Rules; Study on World's Oceans Warns We May Be on a Precipice of a Major Extinction Event; Parents of Accused U.S. Capitol Bomb Plotter Say Son was Entrapped by FBI; 29 Arrested Near Boston for Blocking Highway Traffic; Dozens March in #DCFerguson Protest; #OscarsSoWhite Trends After No Actors of Color Nominated for Academy Awards; U.S. Ambassador Robert White Dies, Criticized Salvadoran Death Squads

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Season 2015, Episode 14 Tuesday, January 20, 2015

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Jan 20, 2015
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Tuesday, January 20, 2015 Jan 20, 2015 2015/01/20 Headlines: ISIS Threatens to Execute 2 Japanese Hostages; Germany: Anti-Racist Protesters Outnumber Anti-Islam Party Again; Chechnya: Hundreds of Thousands Rally Against Prophet Muhammad Cartoons; Fox News Apologizes 4 Times for False Facts on Muslims in Europe; Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal Continues to Claim Muslim "No-Go Zones" Exist; Floods Displace 200,000 in Malawi; NASA Confirms 2014 Hottest on Record; Central African Republic: U.N. Peacekeeper, 2 Aid Workers Kidnapped; Report: NSA Hack Led U.S. to Blame North Korea for Sony Breach; Snowden Docs Reveal U.S.-Led "Digital Arms Race"; Report: GCHQ Collected Emails of Journalists at Major Outlets; Switzerland: Whistleblower Found Guilty of Giving Offshore Banking Docs to WikiLeaks; Israeli Airstrike Kills 6 Hezbollah Fighters, Iranian General; ICC Begins Inquiry into Possible Israeli-Palestinian War Crimes; Argentina: Prosecutor Who Accused President of Iran Cover-Up Found Dead; U.S. Supreme Court to Consider Marriage Equality; Holder Issues New Rules on Civil Asset Forfeiture; Montana: 50,000 Gallons of Oil Spill into Yellowstone River; Oxfam: World's Richest 80 People Own as Much as the Bottom Half; NYC to Pay $75,000 to Man Placed in Police Chokehold; Protesters Honor King, Reclaim His Legacy in Wave of Actions Across the U.S.

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Season 2015, Episode 15 Wednesday, January 21, 2015

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Jan 21, 2015
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Wednesday, January 21, 2015 Jan 21, 2015 2015/01/21 Headlines: Obama Outlines Policy Agenda in State of the Union Address; Words "Lesbian," "Bisexual" and "Transgender" Appear in State of the Union for 1st Time; Yemen: Houthi Rebels Take Palace, Stand Guard Outside President's Home; Congo: At Least 15 Killed in Crackdown on Protests; Cuba, U.S. Diplomats Meet for Historic Talks; Tests Fail to Identify Charred Remains in Search for Mexican Students; Bahrain: Human Rights Activist Nabeel Rajab Sentenced to 6 Months; Montana: Cancer-Causing Chemical Found in Water After Oil Spill; Obama Vows to Veto 20-Week Abortion Ban; Report: Police in U.S. Using Radars That Can See Through Walls; France Unveils Sweeping New Counterterrorism Plan; French Comedian Faces Up to 7 Years in Prison for Facebook Post; Mayor of Paris Suburb Backs Down on Bid to Ban Oscar-Nominated Film "Timbuktu" over Terrorism Fears

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Season 2015, Episode 16 Thursday, January 22, 2015

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Jan 22, 2015
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Thursday, January 22, 2015 Jan 22, 2015 2015/01/22 Headlines: Ferguson Officer Darren Wilson Will Avoid Civil Rights Charges; Video: New Jersey Police Fatally Shot Man Who Had His Hands Up; Donetsk Bus Blast Kills 13 as Ukrainian Forces Retreat from Airport; Yemen: Houthi Rebels Remain at President's Home After Reported Deal; Germany: Pegida Leader Resigns After Photo Shows Him Posing as Hitler; Files from Late Prosecutor's Probe Show Argentina Offered to Shield Iran in Bid for Oil; In Breach of Protocol, Boehner Invites Netanyahu to Speak on Iran; Protesters Interrupt Supreme Court on Citizens United Anniversary; Republicans Drop Vote on 20-Week Abortion Ban After GOP Women Dissent; Half of Senate Refuses to Formally Acknowledge Man-Made Climate Change; North Dakota: Pipeline Leaks 3 Million Gallons of Brine from Oil Drilling; New Senate Intel Committee Chair Seeks Return of CIA Torture Report; Guantánamo Naval Commander Fired After Suspicious Death of His Wife's Alleged Lover; New York State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver Arrested for Corruption

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Season 2015, Episode 17 Friday, January 23, 2015

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Jan 23, 2015
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Friday, January 23, 2015 Jan 23, 2015 2015/01/23 Headlines: Yemen in Crisis as Houthi Rebellion Leads President, Cabinet to Resign En Masse; Prince Salman Assumes Saudi Throne Following Death of King Abdullah; U.S., Cuba Conclude Opening Round of Talks in Havana; White House: Obama Won't Meet with Netanyahu on U.S. Trip; Journalist, Activist Barrett Brown Sentenced to 5-Year Prison Term; New York Assembly Speaker Accused of Using Law Firm to Take in Bribes

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Season 2015, Episode 18 Monday, January 26, 2015

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Jan 26, 2015
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Monday, January 26, 2015 Jan 26, 2015 2015/01/26 Headlines: Anti-Austerity Syriza Party Sweeps to Power in Greece; Greek Voter: Syriza is the "Only Alternative for My Generation"; Sen. Sanders: Syriza Election Shows People Will No Longer Accept Austerity as Rich Get Richer; 17 Killed in Egypt on Anniversary of Tahrir Square Uprising; Two of Hosni Mubarak's Sons Released from Prison; In New Deal, India to Shield U.S. Nuclear Firms in Case of Catastrophe; Obama to Head to Saudi Arabia to Meet New King; Thousands Protest in Yemen Against Houthi Rebels; U.S. Carries Out First Drone Strike in Yemen in 2015; Video Purports to Show Beheading of Japanese Hostage Held by Islamic State; U.S. Orders 100 Troops to the Middle East to Train Syrian Opposition Figures; Ukraine Death Toll Tops 5,000 as Fighting Intensifies; Obama Proposes Plan to Protect Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge from Drilling; Google Admits Handing Over Private WikiLeaks Emails to U.S. Government; Dozens of Filipino Police Commandos Killed by Moro Islamic Liberation Front; Surge in Anti-Muslim Threats Linked to Clint Eastwood's "American Sniper" Film; Report: Abusive Trading Practices Cost Workers $17 Billion a Year; "Koch Primary" Hosts Senators Marco Rubio, Rand Paul and Ted Cruz; Climate Change, Nuclear Arms Race Moves Doomsday Clock Closer to Midnight; Northeast Prepares for "Historic" Blizzard

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Season 2015, Episode 19 Tuesday, January 27, 2015

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Jan 27, 2015
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Tuesday, January 27, 2015 Jan 27, 2015 2015/01/27 Headlines: Syriza Leader Alexis Tsipras Sworn In as Greek Prime Minister; New Greek Finance Minister Vows to Destroy Greek Oligarchy; Greece Considers Seeking Reparations from Germany over Nazi Crimes; States of Emergency Declared in Northeastern U.S. States Due to Heavy Winter Storm; Nine Ukrainian Soldiers Die; Putin Criticizes Ukraine's Ties to NATO; Obama, Kerry, Brennan Head Delegation to Meet New Saudi King; U.S. Drone Kills 12-Year-Old Yemeni Boy; Shiite Militias Accused of Executing 70 Unarmed Civilians; Eight Die in Attack on Libyan Hotel; DEA Builds National Database to Track Vehicles; CIA Officer Jeffrey Sterling Convicted for Leaking Information; Report: Koch Brothers-Linked Groups to Spend $900 Million on 2016 Race; Argentine President to Disband Nation's Intelligence Agency; Fidel Castro Lends Support to U.S. Talks; Thousands Protest in Mexico over Disappearance of Students; Costa Rican Judge Acquits Men for Killing Sea Turtle Conservationist; Obama to Open Atlantic Coast to Offshore Oil Drilling; 125 People Exonerated in 2014; Police Shoot Teenage Girl Dead in Denver

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Season 2015, Episode 20 Wednesday, January 28, 2015

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Jan 28, 2015
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Wednesday, January 28, 2015 Jan 28, 2015 2015/01/28 Headlines: Jordan Agrees to Prisoner Swap with the Islamic State; Israel-Hezbollah Exchange Fire Along Lebanon Border; U.S. to Give $2 Billion to Ukraine as Fears Grow of Full-On War; New Greek Government Begins Rolling Back International Bailout; Obama Defends Decision Not to Focus on Saudi Arabia's Human Rights Record; Mexico Says 43 Missing Students Were Killed by Drug Cartel; Confirmation Hearings Open for Attorney General Nominee Loretta Lynch; Georgia Executes Warren Hill, Intellectually Disabled Prisoner; Employee of National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Tied to White House Drone; Florida Domestic Abuse Survivor Marissa Alexander Freed After Three Years in Prison; Justice Department to Pay $25,000 to Student Detained for Arabic Flashcards; Winter Storm Drops Record-Breaking Amount of Snow in Massachusetts; Protesters Interrupt U.S. Trade Rep at TPP Hearing

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Season 2015, Episode 21 Thursday, January 29, 2015

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Jan 29, 2015
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Thursday, January 29, 2015 Jan 29, 2015 2015/01/29 Headlines: Gorbachev: Ukraine Crisis Could Turn into All-Out War; Two Israeli Soldiers, U.N. Peacekeeper Killed in Hezbollah-Israel Clashes; U.N. Condemns Israeli Killing of Spanish Peacekeeper in Lebanon; State Department Questioned over Israeli Occupation of Shebaa Farms; Greek Government Rehires 600 Cleaning Staff Laid Off Due to Austerity; Attorney General Nominee: NSA Surveillance is "Constitutional and Effective"; Republican Senators Question Loretta Lynch on Immigration Policy; Supreme Court Stays 3 Oklahoma Executions to Conduct Review of Lethal Injection; Study: Foreign Intervention in Civil War 100x More Likely in Oil-Rich Nations; Snowden Documents Expose Canadian Effort to Monitor Millions of Internet Users; 16 Million Children in the U.S. Now Live in Families on Food Stamps; Raúl Castro: U.S. Must Return Guantánamo Before Normalization of Relations; Chilean Intelligence Officers Sentenced for Killing Americans After '73 Coup; Australian Inquiry Confirms Police Shot Dead Hostage in Cafe Siege; St. Louis Meeting over Police Accountability Breaks Out into Brawl; Detroit Officer Who Shot 7-Year-Old Dead in House Raid is Cleared of Charges; South Carolina Court Clears "Friendship Nine" for 1961 Lunch Counter Protest

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Season 2015, Episode 22 Friday, January 30, 2015

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Jan 30, 2015
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Friday, January 30, 2015 Jan 30, 2015 2015/01/30 Headlines: U.S. Rejects Giving Guantánamo Back to Cuba; Bipartisan Senators Introduce Bill to Open Travel to Cuba; 35 Die in Bombing of Shiite Mosque in Pakistan; Three U.S. Contractors Killed in Afghanistan as U.S. Moves to Classify War Data; Egyptian Wing of Islamic State Claims Credit for Killing 27 in North Sinai; Apartheid Death Squad Leader "Prime Evil" Granted Parole in South Africa; Republican-Led Senate Approves Keystone XL Pipeline; Girlfriend of Akai Gurley to File $50 Million Lawsuit Against NYPD; Dismissed Professor Steven Salaita Sues University of Illinois; San Francisco Public Defender Arrested Inside Courthouse; CodePink Activists Attempt Citizen's Arrest on Henry Kissinger

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Season 2015, Episode 23 Monday, February 02, 2015

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Feb 2, 2015
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Monday, February 02, 2015 Feb 2, 2015 2015/02/02 Headlines: U.S. Mulls Arming Ukraine Against Russian-Backed Separatists as Truce Talks Collapse; ISIS Kills 2nd Japanese Hostage; Jordan Seeks Release of Captured Pilot; Iraq Suffers Deadliest Month Since 2008; Boko Haram Hits Major City in Northern Nigeria; African Leaders Approve 7,500-Strong Force; Al Jazeera Journalist Peter Greste Deported from Egypt After 400 Days in Prison; Colleagues Still Jailed; Egyptian Court Confirms Mass Death Sentences of Muslim Brotherhood Supporters; CIA, Mossad Carried Out 2008 Car Bombing of Hezbollah Figure in Damascus; U.S.-Israeli Assassination of Hezbollah Commander Raises Concerns of Legality and Potential Reprisals; Israel OKs New Settlement Construction as Obama-Netanyahu Tensions Peak; Thousands Join Renewed Pro-Democracy Protest in Hong Kong; Houthi Rebels Set 3-Day Deadline to Seize Control of Yemeni Gov't; Guatemala Marks 35th Anniversary of Spanish Embassy Massacre Following Verdict; Dozens Rally Outside White House Against Nuclear Weapons Upgrade; Family of Slain Black Teen Ramarley Graham Agrees to $3.9 Million Settlement with NYC

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Season 2015, Episode 24 Tuesday, February 03, 2015

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Feb 3, 2015
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Tuesday, February 03, 2015 Feb 3, 2015 2015/02/03 Headlines: Obama Budget Boosts Military Spending, Taxes on Wealthy; U.S. Reports 27 Airstrikes in Iraq, Syria; Yemen: 3rd U.S. Drone Strike in a Week Kills 4; Greek Official Seeks to Calm European Fears over Syriza Win; Greek Minister Vows to Block U.S.-EU Free Trade Deal; Syriza Victory Fuels Surge of Podemos Party in Spain; Croatia Cancels Debts of 60,000 Poorest Residents; Anti-Islam Pegida Movement Outnumbered at 1st Rally in Austria; U.S. Oil Workers Launch Broadest Strike Since 1980; Workers at NYC Legal Nonprofit Strike over Pay, Family Leave; Freed Al Jazeera Journalist Peter Greste Speaks After Release; Mohamed Fahmy Release "Imminent"; Parents of Missing Mexican Students Take Fight to U.N.; Report: Mexican Authorities Tortured Local Police to Confess to Role in Students' Disappearance; U.S. Expands Sanctions on Venezuelan Officials; 51 Deaths from General Motors Defect Found Eligible for Compensation; FCC Chair to Issue Landmark Proposal to Preserve Open Internet; Family of Jessie Hernández, Teenage Girl Killed by Denver Police, Calls for Federal Probe

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Season 2015, Episode 25 Wednesday, February 04, 2015

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Feb 4, 2015
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Wednesday, February 04, 2015 Feb 4, 2015 2015/02/04 Headlines: ISIS Burns Jordanian Fighter Pilot Alive; Jordan Executes 2 Prisoners After Burning of Pilot by ISIS; Imprisoned Operative Says Saudi Royals Backed al-Qaeda; Somalia: U.S. Drone Strike Targets Al-Shabab Leader; Ukraine: Heavy Shelling Kills at Least 5, Damages Hospital; Draft of Arrest Request for Argentine President Found in Late Prosecutor's Home; Pope Francis Declares Slain Archbishop Óscar Romero a Martyr in Step Toward Sainthood; CIA Whistleblower John Kiriakou Released from Prison; Obama Admin Touts Surveillance Tweaks, Leaves Bulk Spying Intact; EPA Warns Keystone XL Pipeline Would Fuel Climate Change; Congress Unanimously OKs Bill to Address Veteran Suicides; New York City Police Officer Indicted for Stomping on Restrained Man's Head; Alabama Poised to Become 37th State to Allow Same-Sex Marriage; Harper Lee, Author of "To Kill a Mockingbird," to Publish 2nd Novel

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Season 2015, Episode 26 Thursday, February 05, 2015

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Feb 5, 2015
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Thursday, February 05, 2015 Feb 5, 2015 2015/02/05 Headlines: FCC Proposes Historic Open Internet Protections; Cameroon: Boko Haram Massacres 100; Ebola Drug Shows Promise as Weekly Death Toll Rises in West Africa; Kerry, European Leaders in Ukraine as U.S. Mulls Sending Arms; Obama's Pick for Defense Secretary Backs Arming Ukraine; U.S. Diplomat: Return of Guantánamo Off the Table in Cuba Talks; Pentagon Given Deadline in Case over Withholding of Torture Photos; Palestinian Scholar Sami Al-Arian Deported After Controversial Prosecution; NBC's Brian Williams Apologizes for False Story on Helicopter Attack; Health Insurance Firm Anthem Reports Massive Data Breach; Indiana Woman Faces Up to 70 Years in Prison for What She Says Was a Miscarriage; Utah GOP Lawmaker Apologizes for Questioning If Sex with Unconscious Spouse is Rape; Report: College Completion Gap Between Rich and Poor Doubles

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Season 2015, Episode 27 Friday, February 06, 2015

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Feb 6, 2015
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Friday, February 06, 2015 Feb 6, 2015 2015/02/06 Headlines: German, French Leaders Visit Kiev &amp; Moscow in Push to Revive Ceasefire; Ukraine Demands Return to September Truce Terms; Top Officer Accused of Russia Spying; Kerry: U.S. Nears Decision on Arming Ukraine Against Russian "Aggression"; White House Admits Concerns Arming Ukraine Could "Expand Bloodshed"; Kremlin: U.S. Military Aid to Ukraine Would Threaten Russian Security; NATO Ministers OK Largest Collective Defensive Reinforcement Since End of Cold War; Jordan Expands Anti-ISIS Strikes to Iraq After Pilot's Killing; Scores Killed Around Damascus in Gov't, Rebel Attacks; Greece, Germany Spar over Austerity as Syriza Gov't Ends Europe Tour; Thousands Rally in Athens as Greek Prime Minister Vows to Reject Austerity "Orders"; IMF Grants $100 Million in Debt Relief to Ebola-Stricken Countries; Obama Admin: Guantánamo Recidivism Has Declined; GOP Senator: More Prisoners Should Be Sent to "Rot in Guantánamo Bay"; 2 Dead in Murder-Suicide at University of South Carolina; 3 Democratic Lawmakers to Skip Netanyahu Speech; Pope Francis to Become 1st Pontiff to Address Joint Congressional Session

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Season 2015, Episode 28 Monday, February 09, 2015

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Feb 9, 2015
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Monday, February 09, 2015 Feb 9, 2015 2015/02/09 Headlines: Islamic State Claims U.S. Aid Worker Kayla Mueller Killed in Jordanian Strike; Report: Kayla Mueller's Parents Opposed U.S. Rescue Mission over Risk; Ukraine, Russian Leaders to Hold Talks in "One of Last Chances" to Avoid Wider War; Putin: U.S. Hegemony at Root of Ukraine Crisis; German Leader to Meet Obama as U.S. Weighs Military Aid to Ukraine; Yemen Talks Resume; U.N. Calls for Restoration of President Hadi; Egypt Suspends Soccer Matches After Clashes Leave 40 Dead; Nigeria Postpones Upcoming Presidential Vote, Citing Security Fears; Report: HSBC Help Clients Hide over $100 Billion in Accounts; 5 Killed, Including 2 Children, in Georgia Shooting; Alabama Chief Justice Orders Judges to Reject Same-Sex Marriages; Thousands Urge Fracking Ban in California Protest; Brian Williams of NBC News Takes Temporary Leave as False Claims Probed; Lawsuits Accuse St. Louis Suburbs of Targeting Blacks with Arrests &amp; Fines; Performers Invoke "Black Lives Matter" Movement at Annual Grammy Awards

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Season 2015, Episode 29 Tuesday, February 10, 2015

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Feb 10, 2015
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Tuesday, February 10, 2015 Feb 10, 2015 2015/02/10 Headlines: Obama Undecided on Sending Arms to Ukraine; Assad Says Syria Receiving Info on U.S.-Led Strikes; Boko Haram Attacks Towns in Niger, Cameroon; NATO Drone Strike Kills 8, Including <span class="caps">ISIS Suspect; 29 Migrants Die of Hypothermia After Rescue by Italy; Egypt to Retry 2 Jailed Al Jazeera Journalists; Same-Sex Marriages Begin in Parts of Alabama; U.S. Oil Strike Expands to 2 More Refineries; British Court: U.S.-U.K. Spy Program was Illegal; Argentine Experts Cast Doubt on Mexico's Claims About Missing Students; Mexico: Activist Who Protested Students' Disappearance Found Murdered; East Timor Gets New Prime Minister; Boston Transit Shuts Down amid Record Snowfall; U.S. Pledges $3.2 Million to Help Monarch Butterfly; North Carolina: Police Kill Elderly Black Man During Welfare Check; Guantánamo Hearing Halted After Prisoners Recognize Interpreter from CIA Black Site; CodePink Delegation Arrives in Cuba

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Season 2015, Episode 30 Wednesday, February 11, 2015

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Feb 11, 2015
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Wednesday, February 11, 2015 Feb 11, 2015 2015/02/11 Headlines: Obama to Seek Expansive War Powers Measure for Anti-ISIS Campaign; Report: U.S. Mulls New Delay of Afghan Drawdown; Family Confirms Death of U.S. Aid Worker Kayla Mueller in Syria; Obama Urges Putin to Accept Ukraine Peace Deal as Violence Peaks; U.S. Closes Yemen Embassy &amp; Removes Staff Amid Political Upheaval; Suspect Charged for Fatal Shooting of 3 Muslim Students in North Carolina; Grand Jury Indicts NYPD Officer for Killing of Akai Gurley; NBC News Suspends Brian Williams for 6 Months over False Iraq Claim; Jon Stewart to Step Down as "Daily Show" Host

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Season 2015, Episode 31 Thursday, February 12, 2015

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Feb 12, 2015
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Thursday, February 12, 2015 Feb 12, 2015 2015/02/12 Headlines: Ukraine, Russia Agree on Ceasefire as Fighting Rages; IMF Unveils Loan Package; Obama Sends Sweeping ISIS War Authorization Measure to Congress; Thousands Remember NC Shooting Victims; Father Says Killings an Anti-Muslim "Hate Crime"; Greece, Creditors Fail to Reach Deal in 1st Round of Bailout Talks; Thousands Rally in Athens to Back Syriza Rejection of Austerity; 2 Al Jazeera Journalists Freed on Bail in Egypt; U.N.: Over 300 Migrants Die at Sea Fleeing Libya; U.N.: Libya in "Worst Political Crisis &amp; Escalation of Violence" Since Gaddafi's Ouster; GOP-Backed Congress Clears Keystone XL Measure; Obama to Veto; FBI Contacting Anti-Keystone XL Activists over Shipment Blockades; Akai Gurley's Family Demands Conviction as NYPD Officer Arraigned for Fatal Shooting; 3 Sentenced to Prison for 2011 Mississippi Hate Crime Murder of Black Auto Worker; Illinois Gov. Targets Public Sector Unions with Exec Order on Fees; Activists Protest Tenant Practices of Private Equity Giant Blackstone Group; CBS News Correspondent Killed in New York City Car Crash

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Season 2015, Episode 32 Friday, February 13, 2015

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Feb 13, 2015
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Friday, February 13, 2015 Feb 13, 2015 2015/02/13 Headlines: Thousands Attend Funeral of Muslim Students in NC; FBI Opens Probe; 8 Ukrainian Soldiers Killed Before New Truce Takes Effect; U.N. Secretary-General: Yemen "Collapsing Before Our Eyes"; 19 Killed, Dozens Wounded in Suicide Attack on Pakistani Mosque; Federal Judge Orders Enforcement of Marriage Equality in Alabama; Republican Governor Repeals Anti-Discrimination Protections for LGBT Public Workers; Pentagon Approves Hormone Therapy for Gender Transition of Chelsea Manning; Senate Overwhelmingly Confirms Ashton Carter as Defense Secretary; Harvard Students Launch Sit-in for Fossil Fuel Divestment; FBI Director Urges Police Forces to Confront Unconscious Racism; NYT Media Columnist David Carr Dead at 58

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Season 2015, Episode 33 Monday, February 16, 2015

S2015 E33

Feb 16, 2015
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Monday, February 16, 2015 Feb 16, 2015 2015/02/16 Headlines: Egypt Bombs Libya After Islamic State Beheads 21 Hostages; Fighting Continues Despite Ceasefire in Eastern Ukraine; U.N. Security Council Demands Houthis Step Down in Yemen; Report: U.S. Escalates Night Raids in Afghanistan Since End to Combat Mission; Suspect Killed in Deadly Copenhagen Attacks on Free Speech Event, Synagogue; Obama: Chapel Hill Shootings "Brutal and Outrageous"; Thousands Take Part in North Carolina Moral March; Pennsylvania Governor Suspends Capital Punishment; Indian Immigrant Seriously Wounded in Alleged Assault by Alabama Officer; Hundreds Protest Fatal Police Shooting of Mexican Worker in Washington State; New England Hit with New Blizzard in Record Month of Snowfall; Mexican Migrant Award $500,000 for Shooting by U.S. Border Agent; Adviser: Obama Faked His Opposition to Marriage Equality for Political Gain; Bahraini Protesters Mark 4th Anniversary of Pro-Democracy Uprising

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Season 2015, Episode 34 Tuesday, February 17, 2015

S2015 E34

Feb 17, 2015
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Tuesday, February 17, 2015 Feb 17, 2015 2015/02/17 Headlines: Egypt Opens New Front in War Against ISIS; Pakistan: 7 Killed in Suicide Attack on Police HQ; Ukraine: Rebels Claim Key City of Debaltseve; Greek Talks Collapse over Differences on Austerity; West Virginia: 1,000 Evacuated After Oil Train Derails; Labor Secretary to Join Talks on Contract Dispute at Ports; Judge Blocks Obama's Executive Actions on Immigration; Report: NSA Embeds Spyware in Hard Drives Around the World; Hundreds Show Solidarity in Paris After Denmark Attack; Craig Hicks Indicted for Killing 3 Muslim Students; Arrest Made in Fire at Islamic Center in Houston; U.S. Judge Rejects Retrial Bid from Palestinian Activist Rasmea Odeh; Israeli Supreme Court Denies Appeal from Rachel Corrie's Family; Amnesty International Condemns Re-indictment of Albert Woodfox; Oregon: Kate Brown to Become 1st Openly Bisexual Governor in U.S.

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Season 2015, Episode 35 Wednesday, February 18, 2015

S2015 E35

Feb 18, 2015
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Wednesday, February 18, 2015 Feb 18, 2015 2015/02/18 Headlines: Obama Delays Immigration Orders as it Appeals Judge's Order; Immigrant Rights Protesters Denounce Court Ruling Blocking Reprieves; U.N.: Assad Regime Agrees to Halt Bombing of Aleppo; Report: U.S. Coordinates Strikes with Syrian Rebels; Ukrainian Forces Pull Back from Besieged Town After Heavy Casualties; U.S. Accuses Russia of Violating Ceasefire; U.N. Security Council Calls for End to Violence; U.N. Security Council to Meet on Libya as Egypt Calls for Global Intervention; Greece to Seek Six-Month Loan Extension as Austerity Standoff Grows; U.S. Will Let Foreign Allies Purchase Armed Drones; Ashton Carter Sworn In as Pentagon Chief Following Senate Confirmation

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Season 2015, Episode 36 Thursday, February 19, 2015

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Feb 19, 2015
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Season 2015, Episode 37 Friday, February 20, 2015

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Feb 20, 2015
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Season 2015, Episode 38 Monday, February 23, 2015

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Feb 23, 2015
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Monday, February 23, 2015 Feb 23, 2015 2015/02/23 Headlines: Ukraine Delays Withdrawal of Heavy Weapons as Bombing Kills 2; U.N. Envoy Visits Damascus in Effort to Reach Aleppo Truce; Group: U.S. Strikes on Syria Have Killed Over 1,600, Including 62 Civilians; U.N. Panel Could Publish Names of Alleged War Criminals in Syrian Civil War; Leading Egyptian Activist Sentenced to 5 Years for Challenging Draconian Anti-Protest Law; U.S., Iran Resume Talks Ahead of March Deadline; White House Says Israel Spreading Falsehoods; Gaza Donations Far Below Pledged $5 Billion; Tally Finds Mass Toll from Israeli Strikes on Homes; Islamic State Claims Suicide Attack that Kills Dozens in Libya; Greece, Eurozone Extend Financial Package for 4 Months in Austerity Standoff; U.S. Mulls New "Tools" to Pressure Venezuela after Arrest of Opposition Mayor; Judge Blocks U.S. Detention of Central American Women &amp; Children, Cites "Irreparable Harm"; Al-Shabab Threatens Westgate-Style Attack on Mall of America; Global Warming-Denying Scientist Hid Funding from Fossil Fuel Corporations

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Season 2015, Episode 39 Tuesday, February 24, 2015

S2015 E39

Feb 24, 2015
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Season 2015, Episode 40 Wednesday, February 25, 2015

S2015 E40

Feb 25, 2015
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Wednesday, February 25, 2015 Feb 25, 2015 2015/02/25 Headlines: Obama Vetoes Keystone XL Bill in order to Finish State Dept. Review; Dept. of Homeland Security Risks Shutdown Despite GOP Move for Separate Vote; ISIS Reportedly Kidnaps Dozens in Iraq after Capture of Christians in Syria; Eurozone Ministers Approve 4-Month Extension of Greece Rescue Package; Rebels Withdraw Heavy Weapons as Ukraine Truce Takes Hold; Kerry: Russia Lying "to My Face" on Ukraine; National Security Adviser Calls Netanyahu Visit "Destructive"; Spy Cables Show South Korea Sought Surveillance of Greenpeace Head Kumi Naidoo; Chicago Mayoral Race Heads to April Runoff as Emanuel Falls Short of 50% Vote; Report: Chicago Police Detain, Abuse Prisoners at Secret Site; Ex-Justice Officials Call for Probe; Justice Dept. Won't Charge Zimmerman for Trayvon Martin's Killing

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Season 2015, Episode 41 Thursday, February 26, 2015

S2015 E41

Feb 26, 2015
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Season 2015, Episode 42 Friday, February 27, 2015

S2015 E42

Feb 27, 2015
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Friday, February 27, 2015 Feb 27, 2015 2015/02/27 Headlines: FCC Passes Historic Rules for Open Internet; Congress to Postpone DHS Showdown for 3 Weeks; CAGE: "Jihadi John" "Radicalized" by U.K. Security Agencies; U.N. Finds Torture at U.S. Military Facilities in Afghanistan; European Court: Iraq War Resister Must Give War Crimes Evidence for Asylum; Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker Compares Labor Protesters to Islamic State Fighters; Argentina: Judge Rejects Late Prosecutor's Case Against President; U.S. Diplomats Samantha Power, Susan Rice to Attend AIPAC; Oxfam: Gaza Rebuilding to Take 100 Years Under Israeli Blockade

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Season 2015, Episode 43 Monday, March 02, 2015

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Mar 2, 2015
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Season 2015, Episode 44 Tuesday, March 03, 2015

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Mar 3, 2015
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Season 2015, Episode 45 Wednesday, March 04, 2015

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Mar 4, 2015
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Season 2015, Episode 46 Thursday, March 05, 2015

S2015 E46

Mar 5, 2015
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Thursday, March 05, 2015 Mar 5, 2015 2015/03/05 Headlines: Justice Dept. Seeks Overhaul of Ferguson Police over Systemic Racial Bias; Ferguson Mayor Fires Officer But Silent on Police Chief's Fate; Justice Dept. Confirms No Civil Rights Charges for Officer Darren Wilson; Rebel Attack Kills Dozens in Aleppo; U.S., Iran Claim Progress as Nuclear Talks Pause; U.S. Ambassador to South Korea Wounded in Knife Attack Linked to Military Drills; GOP Senate Fails to Override Obama Keystone XL Veto; Christie Admin Accused of Forcing Lenient Exxon Settlement for Environmental Damage in New Jersey

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Season 2015, Episode 47 Friday, March 06, 2015

S2015 E47

Mar 6, 2015
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Friday, March 06, 2015 Mar 6, 2015 2015/03/06 Headlines: Iraq: ISIS Militants Bulldoze Ancient City of Nimrud; U.N.: Nearly Half a Million Displaced in Darfur in 2014; Liberia Releases Last Ebola Patient from Treatment; Michael Brown Family to Sue Ferguson, Darren Wilson; Texas: Muslim Immigrant Shot Dead in Possible Hate Crime; FBI Informant: I Was Encouraged to Have Sex with Muslim Women; In Historic Move, NYC Schools to Recognize Muslim Holidays; Argentina: Ex-Wife of Late Prosecutor Says He Was Murdered; Peru: Indigenous Groups Announce Deal with Occidental Petroleum; RNC Seeks Probe of Hillary Clinton's Private Email Use; Snowden Docs Show New Zealand Spying on Pacific Nations for NSA; Flood Wall Street Defendants Acquitted; Kentucky: Snow Strands Motorists on Highway for 20 Hours; Illinois: Firefighters Forced to Retreat After Oil Train Derails; Ringling Bros. and Barnum &amp; Bailey to End Use of Elephants; Court Orders Military to Stop Calling Chelsea Manning "He"; Wellesley College to Admit Transgender Women; "Harvest of Empire" &amp; "Dirty Wars" Among Films Honored by American Library Association; Participants Recall "Bloody Sunday" in Selma, 50 Years Later

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Season 2015, Episode 48 Monday, March 09, 2015

S2015 E48

Mar 9, 2015
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Monday, March 09, 2015 Mar 9, 2015 2015/03/09 Headlines: Tens of Thousands March in Selma 50 Years After "Bloody Sunday"; Wisconsin: Protests Held After Police Kill Unarmed Black Teen; Mexico: Mothers of 43 Missing Students Mark International Women's Day; Boko Haram Declares Loyalty to ISIS; Bombings Kill 54; Syria: U.S.-Led Strike on Oil Refinery Kills 30; Iraq: Canadian Solder Killed by Kurds in "Friendly Fire"; Colombia: Tens of Thousands March in Support of FARC Peace Talks; Russia: 5 Detained in Murder of Opposition Leader Boris Nemtsov; Israeli Navy Fires on Boats, Kills Palestinian Fisherman; Tens of Thousands Rally Against Netanyahu in Tel Aviv; Another Oil "Bomb Train" Derails in Canada; Pioneering Documentary Fimmaker Albert Maysles Dies at 88

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Season 2015, Episode 49 Tuesday, March 10, 2015

S2015 E49

Mar 10, 2015
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Tuesday, March 10, 2015 Mar 10, 2015 2015/03/10 Headlines: GOP Senators Pen Letter to Iran in Bid to Disrupt Nuclear Talks; Obama Declares Venezuela a Security Threat, Sanctions Officials; Wisconsin Students Pack Capitol over Police Killing of Tony Robinson; Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker Signs Anti-Union "Right-to-Work" Bill; State Judge to Oversee Ferguson Court Cases After DOJ Report; University of Oklahoma Fraternity Closed for Racist Video; Supreme Court Rejects Case of Guantánamo Prisoner Held in "Kafkaesque Nightmare"; Report: Saudi Arabia Now Top Market for U.S. Weapons Firms; Report: CIA Researchers Claim Spying Backdoor into Apple Products; White House Confirms Obama Emailed Clinton's Private Account; U.N. Report Finds Rampant Torture by Mexican Security Forces; Report: Florida Officials Ban Terms "Climate Change," "Global Warming"

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Season 2015, Episode 50 Wednesday, March 11, 2015

S2015 E50

Mar 11, 2015
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Wednesday, March 11, 2015 Mar 11, 2015 2015/03/11 Headlines: Iraq Makes Gains in Offensive to Retake Tikrit; Colombia Halts Air Raids for 1 Month as FARC Peace Talks Progress; Ferguson City Manager Faulted in DOJ Report Resigns; Clinton Says Private Email Account was "for Convenience," Not Secrecy; GOP Senator Behind Iran Letter Tied to Pro-Israel Groups, Weapons Industry; Obama Admin Withdraws Bullet Ban under Gun Lobby Pressure; Senators Unveil Comprehensive Federal Medical Marijuana Protections; Wikipedia, HRW Join Other Groups in Challenge to <span class="caps">NSA Surveillance; North Carolina Fines Duke Energy $25.1 Million for Environmental Damage; Utah Lawmakers Back Firing Squads If Lethal Injections Ruled Out; Japan Marks 70th Anniversary of U.S. Bombing of Tokyo; 4 Years Since Fukushima

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Season 2015, Episode 52 Friday, March 13, 2015

S2015 E52

Mar 13, 2015
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Friday, March 13, 2015 Mar 13, 2015 2015/03/13 Headlines: Amid Gains in Tikrit, Iraqi Forces Accused of War Crimes; Report: U.S.-Led Strikes in Syria Killed Over 100 Civilians; Somalia: U.S. Drone Strike Kills Al-Shabab Leader, 2 Others; 2 Aid Workers Contract Ebola amid Uptick in Sierra Leone; Report: World Powers Mull U.N. Resolution to Lift Iran Sanctions; After Years of Refusal, Swedish Prosecutors to Question Assange in London; Ferguson: Protesters Hold Candlelight Vigil After Police Shot; Report: FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force Tracked Black Lives Matter Protest; Secret Service Agents Drove Through Bomb Investigation in Alleged DUI; Report: Accused Chilean Torturer Taught for Pentagon for 13 Years; Palestinian Activist Rasmea Odeh Sentenced to 18 Months for Immigration Fraud; 27 Arrested at The Children's Place HQ in Protest over Factory Collapse; Brown Students Protest Alleged Role of Money in Sexual Assault Case; Civil Rights Leader Rev. Willie Barrow Dies at 90; War Tax Resister Juanita Nelson Dies at 91

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Season 2015, Episode 53 Monday, March 16, 2015

S2015 E53

Mar 16, 2015
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Monday, March 16, 2015 Mar 16, 2015 2015/03/16 Headlines: Half of Vanuatu Left Homeless After Devastating Cyclone; Syrian Conflict Enters 5th Year; Aid Groups Say 2014 was Worst to Date; Kerry Backs Talks with Syrian President Assad; Report: U.S., Iran Differ on Sanctions, Nuclear Inspections; Netanyahu Trails in Polls on Eve of Israeli Elections; Arab Coalition Poised for Key Role; Hundreds of Thousands Protest Rousseff in Brazil; Maduro Granted Decree Powers in Venezuela; Bolivian President Calls for U.S. Apology; Court Upholds Deportation Order for Salvadoran General in Landmark Human Rights Case; Suspect Arrested in Shooting of Ferguson Police Officers; Hundreds Gather in Madison for Funeral of Unarmed Police Shooting Victim Tony Robinson; Dozens Complete 50th Anniversary Re-enactment of Selma to Montgomery March; Real Estate Heir Robert Durst Arrested for 2000 Murder; New York City Activists Rally at Home of Billionaire Hedge Fund Investor

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Season 2015, Episode 54 Tuesday, March 17, 2015

S2015 E54

Mar 17, 2015
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Tuesday, March 17, 2015 Mar 17, 2015 2015/03/17 Headlines: Netanyahu Vows Not to Allow Palestinian State If Re-elected; Vanuatu Cyclone Death Toll Rises to 11; Oxford Delays Fossil Fuel Divestment Decision; Guardian Launches Campaign; Report: Iran Sent Weapons to Help Fight ISIS in Iraq; Obama Acknowledges U.S. Invasion Sparked Rise of ISIS; White House: Top Officials Consulting Petraeus for Advice on Iraq, Despite Leaks; Egypt: Court Sentences Muslim Brother Leader, 13 Others to Death; NYU Professor Barred from <span class="caps">UAE After Criticism of Migrant Worker Abuse; ACLU Sues Obama Admin over Secrecy of Drone Killings; Mexico: Protests Erupt After Top Investigative Reporter Fired; GOP Senators Stall Lynch Nomination to Advance Trafficking Bill with Anti-Choice Measure; Oregon Makes History with Automatic Voter Registration Law; Missouri Poised to Execute Mentally Disabled Man Unless Court Intervenes; Texas: U.S. Cancels Contract with Private Prison Firm After Uprising; New Jersey Senators Vote to Reject "Inadequate" Exxon Settlement; Top NFL Rookie Chris Borland Quits over Head Injury Concerns

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Season 2015, Episode 55 Wednesday, March 18, 2015

S2015 E55

Mar 18, 2015
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Wednesday, March 18, 2015 Mar 18, 2015 2015/03/18 Headlines: Netanyahu Re-elected After Vowing No Palestinian State, Denouncing Arab Turnout; U.S., Iran Differ on Progress of Nuclear Talks; Assad Regime Accused of New War Crimes as U.N. Panel Prepares to Name Suspects; U.S. Drone Reportedly Shot Down over Syria; Red Cross Launches Emergency Appeal as Aid Groups Assess Cyclone Damage; GOP Budget Plan Boosts Military Spending, Slashes Welfare; Congressional Dems Criticize Secrecy on TPP Talks; Secret Service Chief Faces Congressional Scrutiny on Drunk Driving Incident; GOP Rep. with Lavish "Downton Abbey" Decor Resigns; Missouri Executes Mentally Ill Death Row Prisoner; Thousands Protest Austerity at ECB HQ in Germany; Presbyterian Church Votes in Favor of Same-Sex Marriage; Spanish, Housing Activists Protest Blackstone Group in NYC

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Season 2015, Episode 56 Thursday, March 19, 2015

S2015 E56

Mar 19, 2015
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Thursday, March 19, 2015 Mar 19, 2015 2015/03/19 Headlines: Thousands March After Shooting Rampage at Tunisian Museum; Report: U.S. May Stop Blocking U.N. Resolutions on Israeli-Palestinian Peace; Dozens Wounded in Clashes at Mass Anti-Austerity Protest in Germany; Yemeni Journalist Close to Houthis Shot Dead in Sana'a; Families of Missing Mexican Students to Campaign in U.S.; White Supremacist Arrested After Arizona Shooting Spree; Air Force Veteran Pleads Not Guilty to Allegations of Seeking to Join ISIS; Boxer: Industry Lobbyist Authored Chemical Safety Bill; VA Governor Seeks Probe After Bloody Arrest of African-American Student; Video Shows Dallas Police Shooting Unarmed Mentally Ill African American; Obama Admin Sets Secrecy Record for Withholding Documents

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Season 2015, Episode 57 Friday, March 20, 2015

S2015 E57

Mar 20, 2015
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Friday, March 20, 2015 Mar 20, 2015 2015/03/20 Headlines: Netanyahu Tries to Walk Back Vow Against Palestinian State; ISIS Claims Responsibility for Tunisia Attack; U.N.: ISIS May Have Committed Genocide Against Yazidis; Pentagon: U.S. Conducted 2,320 Airstrikes Against ISIS; Peace Activists Block Hancock Drone Base with Giant Books; Reports: U.S. to Keep Bases, More Troops in Afghanistan; Japan: Police Arrest Man Accused of Threats to Bomb U.S. Embassy, Base; Surveillance Video of Secret Service Agents in Alleged DUI Erased; UVA Students Protest Bloody Arrest of Classmate Martese Johnson; NY Judge Refuses to Release Testimony in Death of Eric Garner; Mississippi: FBI Probes Death of Black Man Found Hanging from a Tree; Border Patrol Agent Fatally Shoots Man in Washington State; Chicago Police Commander Resigns After Homan Square Exposé; Napolitano Apologizes for Calling Student Protests "Crap"; TransCanada Probed for Alleged Safety Violations; Transgender Healthcare Now Covered Under NY Medicaid; Author, Filmmaker Danny Schechter, "The News Dissector," Dies at 72

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Season 2015, Episode 59 Tuesday, March 24, 2015

S2015 E59

Mar 24, 2015
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Tuesday, March 24, 2015 Mar 24, 2015 2015/03/24 Headlines: Report: Israel Spied on Iran Talks, Shared Info with U.S. Lawmakers; Afghan President to Request Longer Stay for U.S. Troops; Talks on Yemen's Political Crisis to Be Held in Qatar; 148 Feared Dead After Plane Crash in Southern France; Tea Party Favorite Sen. Ted Cruz Launches Presidential Bid; Supreme Court Refuses Challenge to Wisconsin Voter ID Law; Justices Appear to Support Texas Ban on Confederate License Plates; Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy: Incarceration System is "Broken"; Arizona Woman Who Spent 22 Years on Death Row Sees Charges Dismissed; Utah Governor Signs Law to Allow Firing Squads for Executions; DOJ Probe: 80% of Philadelphia Police Shooting Victims Were Black; Police Find Lack of Evidence in UVA Gang Rape Case; Japan: Okinawa Governor Orders Halt to Construction of U.S. Base; El Salvador Marks 35 Years Since Assassination of Archbishop Óscar Romero; Undocumented Father Who Took Sanctuary in Church Loses Bid to Halt Deportation; Judge Praises Seneca Lake Gas Storage Protesters, Drops Charges; Naomi Klein, David Sirota Win Izzy Award for Achievement in Independent Media

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Season 2015, Episode 60 Wednesday, March 25, 2015

S2015 E60

Mar 25, 2015
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Wednesday, March 25, 2015 Mar 25, 2015 2015/03/25 Headlines: U.S. Delays Afghan Withdrawal Through Year's End; Drone War to Continue; Thousands Protest Mob Killing of Afghan Woman in Kabul; Houthi Rebels Advance on Aden; Saudi Arabia Moves Weaponry Near Border; Study: U.S. Wars Have Left Over 1 Million Dead in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan; Obama Will "Evaluate Honestly" Approach to Mideast Peace After Netanyahu's 2-State Rejection; Obama: Iran Nuclear Deal Would Be "Good Agreement"; World Social Forum Opens in Tunis with Solidarity March over Museum Attack; Lone Mississippi Abortion Clinic Vandalized Overnight; Top Museums Urged to Drop Ties with Fossil Fuel Industry Funders

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Season 2015, Episode 61 Thursday, March 26, 2015

S2015 E61

Mar 26, 2015
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Thursday, March 26, 2015 Mar 26, 2015 2015/03/26 Headlines: Houthis Warn of "Wide War" as Saudi-Led Coalition Bombs Yemen; U.S. Begins Strikes on Tikrit, Aiding Iran-Backed Offensive; Obama Admin Confident on Iran Nuclear Deal Before Deadline; Ex-POW Bowe Bergdahl Charged with Desertion; House Votes to Arm Ukraine; U.S. Delivers Armored Vehicles; U.S. Army Apologizes for Neglecting Chemical Exposure of Iraq War Veterans; WikiLeaks Reveals TPP Proposal Allowing Corporations to Sue Nations; Prosecutor: Co-Pilot Deliberately Crashed Plane in French Alps; Thousands Mark Culmination of Historic Selma to Montgomery Marches

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Season 2015, Episode 62 Friday, March 27, 2015

S2015 E62

Mar 27, 2015
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Friday, March 27, 2015 Mar 27, 2015 2015/03/27 Headlines: Yemen: 39 Civilians Killed in Saudi-Led Bombings; U.S. Airstrikes Cause Shiite Militias to Leave Tikrit Fight; Report: Co-Pilot Who Crashed Plane Had History of Depression; House Passes Medicare Bill in Rare Bipartisan Move; Report: U.S. Soldiers, Contractors Sexually Abused 54 Children in Colombia; Mexico: Parents Mark 6 Months Since Disappearance of 43 Students; Indiana Enacts "Religious Freedom" Bill Seen as Anti-LGBT; Indiana Allows Needle Exchange in Response to HIV Outbreak; Kentucky Overhauls Approach to Heroin Addiction; Ohio Lawmaker Discloses Her Abortion, Denounces "Inhuman" Anti-Choice Bill; Video: Monsanto Lobbyist Claims Glyphosate Safe to Drink, Refuses to Drink It; Illinois: National Guardsman, Cousin Arrested on Terror Charges; Wisconsin: Man Suspected of Killing State Trooper Tied to White Supremacy; Michigan: Video Shows "Robocop" Beating Unarmed Auto Worker in the Head; Ferguson Protesters Win Curbs on Police Tear Gas Use

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Season 2015, Episode 64 Tuesday, March 31, 2015

S2015 E64

Mar 31, 2015
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Tuesday, March 31, 2015 Mar 31, 2015 2015/03/31 Headlines: Iran Nuclear Talks Conclude with Plans for New Phase; Iraq: U.S. Rejects Claim Drone Strike Killed Iranian Advisors; Yemen: 40 Killed at Refugee Camp as Saudi-Led Strikes Intensify; Nigeria: Buhari Poised to Unseat Jonathan in Presidential Poll; 2 Al Jazeera Journalists Detained for 1 Week in Nigeria; Bangladesh: 2nd Secular Blogger Hacked to Death; Mexican Farmworkers Continue 2-Week Strike over Low Pay, Harassment; Canada: Student to File Charges After Being Hit in Face with Police Tear Gas Canister; Police Fatally Shoot Driver Who Failed to Stop Outside NSA; States, Businesses Protest After Indiana Enacts Law Seen as Anti-LGBT; Prosecutor: Germanwings Co-Pilot Had History of "Suicidal Tendencies"; Mumia Abu-Jamal Hospitalized in Intensive Care Under Heavy Guard; Indiana: Purvi Patel Sentenced to 41 Years for What She Says Was a Miscarriage; New Arizona Law Requires Doctors to Tell Patients They Can Reverse Drug-Induced Abortion; Trevor Noah to Replace Jon Stewart as Host of "The Daily Show"

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Season 2015, Episode 65 Wednesday, April 01, 2015

S2015 E65

Apr 1, 2015
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Wednesday, April 01, 2015 Apr 1, 2015 2015/04/01 Headlines: Former Military Ruler Wins Presidency in Historic Nigerian Vote; Iran Nuclear Talks Continue after Negotiators Extend Deadline; U.N. Warns of Yemen's "Total Collapse" as Toll Grows; Apparent Saudi Strike Kills 23; Iraq Claims Control of Central Tikrit; Hundreds of ISIS Fighters Remain; Obama Admin Lifts Post-Coup Freeze on Military Aid to Egypt; Palestinian Membership in International Criminal Court Takes Effect; Backlash Prompts Indiana to "Correct" Anti-LGBT Law; Arkansas Set to Enact its Own; Obama Commutes Prison Sentences of 22 Drug Offenders; Critics: New U.S. Climate Pledges "Disguise Weak Reductions"; Syracuse University to Divest from Fossil Fuel Holdings

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Season 2015, Episode 66 Thursday, April 02, 2015

S2015 E66

Apr 2, 2015
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Thursday, April 02, 2015 Apr 2, 2015 2015/04/02 Headlines: Iran Claims "Significant Progress" as Post-Deadline Nuclear Talks Continue; U.S. Renews Threat of Military Action on Iran as Negotiators Seek Deal; Houthis, Hadi Loyalists in Fierce Fight for Yemeni City of Aden; HRW: As Backer, U.S. "Shares Obligation" to Minimize Civilian Deaths in Saudi-Led Yemen Operation; Al-Qaeda Militants Free 300 from Yemen Prison; Islamic State Fighters Seize Large Parts of Palestinian Refugee Camp in Syria; Donors Pledge $3.8 Billion for Syria, Less than Half of U.N. Appeal; Iraq Claims Victory in Fight to Retake Tikrit; Palestinian Authority Awaits Findings of Probe as ICC Membership Begins; Al-Shabab Attacks Kenyan College, Killing Scores &amp; Taking Hostages; Arkansas Governor Rejects Anti-LGBT Law After Outcry; Dozens of Immigrant Women Stage Hunger Strike at Texas Facility; Sen. Menendez Indicted on Corruption Charges over Donor Ties; McDonald's to Raise Pay for Non-Franchise Workers; "Fight for 15" Strike Set for April 15th; 11 Public School Educators Convicted in Atlanta Cheating Scandal; Activists Protest McCutcheon Decision inside Supreme Court

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Season 2015, Episode 67 Friday, April 03, 2015

S2015 E67

Apr 3, 2015
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Friday, April 03, 2015 Apr 3, 2015 2015/04/03 Headlines: Iran, World Powers Reach Framework Nuclear Deal; Kenya: 147 Killed in Al-Shabab Attack on University; Yemen: Over 500 Dead in Fighting, 10 Million in Need of Food; U.N.: Peacekeepers Used "Excessive Force" in Killing Mali Protesters; Indiana, Arkansas Enact "Religious Freedom" Revisions After Outcry; New York: 2 Women Accused of Bomb Plot in FBI Sting; U.S. Citizen with Al-Qaeda Links Flown Secretly to New York; Germanwings Co-Pilot Researched Suicide, Cockpit Doors Before Crash; John Hopkins Sued for $1 Billion over Guatemala STD Study; Philadelphia Airport Workers Strike over Pay; McDonald's Workers Call Pay Hike Inadequate; Duke University Student Admits Hanging Noose from Tree; New York Boy Scouts Affiliate Hires Openly Gay Adult, Defying Ban; Alabama: Prisoner Freed After Nearly 30 Years on Death Row; Mumia Abu-Jamal Returned to Prison After Hospitalization

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Season 2015, Episode 68 Monday, April 06, 2015

S2015 E68

Apr 6, 2015
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Monday, April 06, 2015 Apr 6, 2015 2015/04/06 Headlines: Kenya Hits Al-Shabab in Somalia after Garissa Massacre; Obama Seeks Public, Congressional Backing of "Robust and Verifiable" Iran Deal; U.S., Iran Differ on Pace on Sanctions Relief under Final Deal; Netanyahu Campaigns Against "Historically Bad" Iran Deal; Red Cross Seeks Fighting Pause in Yemen as Civilian Toll Mounts; U.N.: "Grave and Desperate" Crisis inside Palestinian Refugee Camp under ISIS Control; Rolling Stone Retracts University of Virginia Rape Story after Probe Finds Errors; Relatives of Missing Mexico Students Continue U.S. Protests

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Season 2015, Episode 69 Tuesday, April 07, 2015

S2015 E69

Apr 7, 2015
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Season 2015, Episode 70 Wednesday, April 08, 2015

S2015 E70

Apr 8, 2015
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Wednesday, April 08, 2015 Apr 8, 2015 2015/04/08 Headlines: White Officer Faces Murder Charge after Video Shows Fatal Shooting of African-American Walter Scott; U.S. Speeds Weapons Deliveries to Saudi Arabia for Yemen Campaign; Obama Rejects Israeli Demands for Iran Nuclear Deal; White House: Despite Order, Venezuela Not a National Security Threat to U.S.; U.S. Expects to Remove Cuba from Terrorist List Ahead of Panama Summit; Report: DEA, Justice Dept. Tracked Billions of U.S. Phone Records Before 9/11; Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel Defeats Activist Challenger in Runoff Vote; Kansas Becomes 1st State to Ban Second-Trimester Abortion Method; Rand Paul Announces Presidential Candidacy; Clinton Could Be Next; Mumia Abu-Jamal Supporters Seek Independent Medical Team after Hospitalization

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Season 2015, Episode 71 Thursday, April 09, 2015

S2015 E71

Apr 9, 2015
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Season 2015, Episode 72 Friday, April 10, 2015

S2015 E72

Apr 10, 2015
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Season 2015, Episode 73 Monday, April 13, 2015

S2015 E73

Apr 13, 2015
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Monday, April 13, 2015 Apr 13, 2015 2015/04/13 Headlines: Obama, Castro Hold Historic Meeting at Americas Summit; Castro Calls for "Respectful Dialogue" with U.S. in First Americas Summit Appearance; Maduro Challenges Obama on Venezuela Sanctions; Saudi Arabia Rejects Iran Ceasefire Calls in Yemen; Pakistani Lawmakers Reject Involvement; Hillary Rodham Clinton Announces 2016 Presidential Bid; U.N. Seeks Aid for Displaced Residents of Yarmouk; Blackwater Operatives Face Sentencing for Nisoor Massacre; DOJ Prosecutors Differed on Charges; Hundreds Mourn Walter Scott in South Carolina; Tulsa Reserve Deputy Who Killed Unarmed Man is Wealthy Police Donor; 10 California Sherriff's Deputies Suspended for Beating Caught on Video; NYC: Ramsey Orta, Man Who Filmed Eric Garner Death, Freed on Bail

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Season 2015, Episode 74 Tuesday, April 14, 2015

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Apr 14, 2015
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Tuesday, April 14, 2015 Apr 14, 2015 2015/04/14 Headlines: Blackwater Operatives Get Long Prison Terms for 2007 Nisoor Massacre; Russia Lifts Ban on Sale of Anti-Missile System to Iran; White House Opposes Missile Shield That Could Deter Military Strikes on Iran; Senate Panel Takes Up Measure That Could Block Lifting of Iran Sanctions; 10 Killed in al-Shabab Attack on Gov't Building in Mogadishu; Nigeria Marks 1 Year Since Girls' Kidnapping; Report Finds Over 2,000 Abductions by Boko Haram; Oklahoma Reserve Deputy Charged for Fatal Shooting of Unarmed Eric Harris; Activists Launch "March 2 Justice" for Police, Prison Reform; Rubio Enters 2016 GOP Presidential Race; Acclaimed Latin American Author Eduardo Galeano Dead at 74; Nobel-Winning German Author Günter Grass Dead at 87

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Season 2015, Episode 75 Wednesday, April 15, 2015

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Apr 15, 2015
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Wednesday, April 15, 2015 Apr 15, 2015 2015/04/15 Headlines: Congress to Have Say in Iran Deal After Obama Backs Down; Obama to Remove Cuba from List of State Sponsors of Terrorism; U.N. Security Council Imposes Arms Embargo on Houthis in Yemen; U.N. Warns of Civilian Toll in Saudi, Houthi Attacks; U.S. Increases Intelligence Sharing; U.S. Drone Strike Reportedly Kills AQAP Leader in Yemen; Study: U.S. Drone Strikes Continue to Claim Civilian Lives in Yemen; Aid Groups Seek Global Effort to End Israeli Blockade of Gaza; Egyptian Court Sentences 14 to Death, American to Life; 9-Year-Old Victim Reportedly Pregnant After Rape in ISIS Captivity; Clinton Backs Constitutional Amendment on Campaign Finance; 2 Charged for Sexual Assault on Crowded Florida Beach; Former Educators Sentenced for Atlanta School Cheating Scandal; New York Students Stage Mass Boycott of Standardized Tests; World Bank Chief Calls for Carbon Tax; Harvard Sees Protests over Fossil Fuel Divestment; Dozens Arrested in Protests Against Police Violence, Racial Profiling; Fast-Food &amp; Other Low-Wage Workers Stage Nationwide Day of Action; Study: Low Wages Force Reliance on Over $150 Billion in Public Assistance

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Season 2015, Episode 76 Thursday, April 16, 2015

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Apr 16, 2015
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Season 2015, Episode 77 Friday, April 17, 2015

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Apr 17, 2015
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Friday, April 17, 2015 Apr 17, 2015 2015/04/17 Headlines: Lawmakers Reach Deal to Give Obama TPP Fast-Track Authority; Iraqi Forces Retake Towns Near Oil Refinery from ISIL; Al-Qaeda Gains Ground in South Yemen; U.N. Envoy Resigns; WikiLeaks Publishes Full Database of Hacked Sony Emails; Muslim Migrants Accused of Pushing 12 Christians Overboard; Obama Signs "Doc Fix" Law to Overhaul Medicare Payments; Wesleyan Students Launch Fossil Fuel Divestment Sit-In; Harvard Blockade Continues; Gyrocopter Pilot Who Landed on Capitol Lawn Could Face 4 Years in Prison; Vatican Ends Takeover of U.S. Nuns Accused of "Radical Feminism"; Former IMF Chief Rodrigo Rato Probed for Money Laundering; Bernanke to Take Hedge Fund Job in Latest Sign of Revolving Door; Judge Allows U.S. Lawsuit over Murder of Chilean Musician Víctor Jara; Amnesty International Details "Chilling Crackdown" in Bahrain; Jeb Bush Calls for Congress to Approve Lynch Nomination; Parents of Martin Richard Oppose Death Penalty for Tsarnaev; Jewish Studies Scholar Cancels Univ. of Illinois Lecture over Salaita Dismissal; New Yorkers Protest Income Inequality at Billionaire's Condo Building; House Republicans Pass Tax Break for Wealthiest 0.2%

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Season 2015, Episode 78 Monday, April 20, 2015

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Apr 20, 2015
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Season 2015, Episode 79 Tuesday, April 21, 2015

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Apr 21, 2015
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Season 2015, Episode 80 Wednesday, April 22, 2015

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Season 2015, Episode 81 Thursday, April 23, 2015

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Apr 23, 2015
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Thursday, April 23, 2015 Apr 23, 2015 2015/04/23 Headlines: Yemen: Saudi-Led Strikes Continue amid "Catastrophic" Situation; Report: European Plan Would Deport Most Migrants; Chile: Thousands Evacuated as Volano Erupts; Japan: Radioactive Drone Lands on Roof of Prime Minister's Office; Senate Set to Approve Loretta Lynch After Trafficking Bill Passes; Report: FCC Move Could Derail Comcast-Time Warner Merger; Senate Panel OKs TPP Fast Track Despite Creative Move by Sanders; McConnell Introduces Bill to Extend NSA Bulk Spying; Baltimore: Witness Says Police Bent Freddie Gray Like a Pretzel; Michael Brown's Family Sues City of Ferguson; California: Union to Shut Down Ports to Protest Police Brutality; Video: U.S. Marshal Smashes Woman's Phone as She Films Police; Clinton Foundation to Refile Tax Returns After Errors Revealed; Judge Approves NFL Head Injuries Settlement; South Carolina: Transgender Teen Wins DMV Settlement; Louisiana Governor Jindal: Firms Won't Deter "Religious Freedom" Bill; New York: Environmentalist Swims Polluted Gowanus Canal

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Season 2015, Episode 82 Friday, April 24, 2015

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Apr 24, 2015
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Season 2015, Episode 83 Monday, April 27, 2015

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Apr 27, 2015
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Season 2015, Episode 84 Tuesday, April 28, 2015

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Apr 28, 2015
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Season 2015, Episode 85 Wednesday, April 29, 2015

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Apr 29, 2015
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Season 2015, Episode 86 Thursday, April 30, 2015

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Apr 30, 2015
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Season 2015, Episode 105 May 25, 2015

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Season 2015, Episode 108 Monday, June 01, 2015

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Jun 1, 2015
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Monday, June 01, 2015 Jun 1, 2015 The government’s authority to sweep up millions of Americans’ phone records has expired. The practice exposed by National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden could now face limited reforms as the Senate weighs the USA FREEDOM Act, which would require the government to ask phone companies for a user’s data rather than vacuuming up all the records at once. We get reaction from Glenn Greenwald, the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who first reported on Snowden’s revelations.Eighteen-year-old Evan Young was supposed to be the 2015 class valedictorian of Twin Peaks Charter Academy High School in Longmont, Colorado. But his principal prevented him from giving his graduation speech after learning he would announce he is gay. Instead, two weeks later, Young got to give his speech at an Out Boulder fundraiser before an audience of hundreds, a number of them politicians who congratulated him for his bravery. We air Young’s full address and speak to him about his experience.

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Season 2015, Episode 110 Wednesday, June 03, 2015

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Jun 3, 2015
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Wednesday, June 03, 2015 Jun 3, 2015 The Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Canada has concluded the country’s decades-long policy of forcibly removing indigenous children from their families and placing them in state-funded residential Christian schools amounted to "cultural genocide." After a six-year investigation, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission report concluded: "The Canadian government pursued this policy of cultural genocide because it wished to divest itself of its legal and financial obligations to aboriginal people and gain control over their lands and resources. If every aboriginal person had been 'absorbed into the body politic,' there would be no reserves, no treaties and no aboriginal rights." The first schools opened in 1883. The last one closed in 1998. During that time over 150,000 indigenous children were sent away to rid them of their native cultures and languages and integrate them into mainstream Canadian society. Many students recall being beaten for speaking their native languages and losing touch with their parents and customs. The report also documents widespread physical, cultural and sexual abuse. We are joined by Pamela Palmater, associate professor and chair of the Centre for Indigenous Governance at Ryerson University, an Idle No More activist and author of "Beyond Blood: Rethinking Indigenous Identity and Belonging."

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