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Democracy Now – September 17, 2014

U.S. Ground Troops Back in Iraq? General Hints Broader Military Effort May Be Needed to Fight ISIS; As Activists Gear Up for People’s Climate March, Rep. Jim McDermott Pushes Carbon Tax; Debate: Should Scotland Vote for Independence? Musician Billy Bragg vs. Historian Sam Wetherell.

Headlines
September 17, 2014

    Dempsey: U.S. Ground Troops May Be Needed in Iraq
    CodePink Peace Activists Interrupt Senate Hearing on ISIS
    Syrian Gov’t Airstrikes Kill 48; Islamic State Downs Syrian Plane
    Manning: Bombs Cannot Defeat Islamic State
    Obama Unveils U.S. Military Response to Ebola in Liberia
    Hagel on Treatment of Hostages’ Families: “We Could Do a Little Better”
    U.S. Delays Curbing Power Plant Emissions 1 Week Before U.N. Climate Summit
    Bill Clinton Agrees Netanyahu “Not the Guy” to Reach Peace with Palestinians
    Utah: Autopsy Shows Darrien Hunt Shot in the Back by Police
    Vikings NFL Team Bars Adrian Peterson in Reversal of Stance
    DOJ Nominee Withdraws After Rejection over Legal Defense of Mumia Abu-Jamal
    MacArthur Genius Grant Winners Include Joshua Oppenheimer, Ai-jen Poo
    34 Children Die in Syria from Tainted Measles Vaccine

 

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