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Democracy Now! – May 17, 2012

Journalist, Plaintiff Chris Hedges Hails “Monumental” Ruling Blocking NDAA Indefinite Detention; “End This Depression Now”: Paul Krugman Urges Public Spending, Not Deficit Hysteria, to Save Economy; Krugman: Jamie Dimon Should Resign Over JPMorgan’s $3B Lost Bet and Campaign Against Financial Regs; Paul Krugman on Eurozone: “The Whole Thing Could Fall Apart in a Matter of Months”; Paul Krugman: Debt Commission Chair Alan Simpson Is Wrong To Call For Greater Austerity, Budget Cuts.

Headlines
May 17, 2012

    Judge Strikes Down Indefinite Detention in NDAA
    JPMorgan Loses Additional $1 Billion on Risky Trade
    DEA Confirms Involvement in Deadly Honduras Attack
    U.S. to Send Combat Brigade to Africa
    Over 100,000 Students Protest in Chile
    Kucinich to Retire From Congress
    Wildfires Sweep Across Parts of Arizona
    Vermont Becomes 1st State to Ban Fracking
    Census: White Births No Longer the Majority in U.S.
    Lawsuit Challenging NYPD “Stop-and-Frisk” Granted Class-Action Status

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