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Democracy Now! – March 7, 2014

Roundtable: As Crimea Threatens Secession, Does East-West Split Hasten Ukraine’s Political Divide?; Debate: Do Venezuelan Protests Reflect Popular Discontent, or the Old Qualms of a Divided Elite?

Headlines
March 7, 2014

    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 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”

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