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Democracy Now! – November 30, 2010

“We Have Not Seen Anything Yet”: Guardian Editor Says Most Startling WikiLeaks Cables Still To Be Released; Noam Chomsky: WikiLeaks Cables Reveal “Profound Hatred for Democracy on the Part of Our Political Leadership.”

Today’s Headlines

    * U.S. Launches Criminal Probe of WikiLeaks
    * Obama Proposes Salary Freeze For 2 Million Federal Workers
    * Millions of Unemployed Workers Set to Lose Jobless Benefits
    * Big Polluters Exempted From Environmental Oversight
    * Oxfam: Climate-Related Disasters Killed 21,000 in 2010
    * Greenpeace Files Lawsuit Over Corporate Spying
    * E.U. Launches Antitrust Probe of Google
    * Election Monitors OK Haiti Election
    * U.S. Rejects Six-Party Talks With North Korea
    * Aid Groups Call for Israel to Lift Blockade of Gaza
    * Pakistani Man Threatens to Sue CIA Over Drone Strikes
    * Somali-Born Man Pleads Not Guilty to Bomb Plot
    * Pentagon Study: Most Soldiers OK With Lifting DADT Ban


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