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Democracy Now! – November 8, 2012

Juan González: Critical Role in Obama’s Re-Election Heralds New Era of Decisive Latino Vote in U.S.; Puerto Rico Referendum Approves U.S. Statehood for 1st Time, But Results Show Divided Views; John Nichols: Overwhelming Obama Victory Not Just a Mandate for the President, but for Progressives; Bradley Manning Offers to Plead Guilty to WikiLeaks Charges if Gov’t Drops Espionage, Enemy Case.

Headlines
November 8, 2012

    “Fiscal Cliff” Looms as Obama Returns to White House
    Winter Storm Blasts Areas Devastated by Sandy
    Dozens Killed in Guatemalan Earthquake
    New Round of Greek Austerity Sparks Massive Protests
    Turkey to Ask NATO for Missiles Along Syrian Border
    Bahrain Revokes Citizenship of 31 Opposition Activists
    3 Dead in California Workplace Shooting
    U.S. Man Behind Anti-Islam Film Gets Year in Prison
    Hundreds Denounce Racism After Anti-Obama Protest at Ole Miss
    Tally Shows Election Spending Topped $6 Billion
    Obama Leads in Florida with Vote Count Still Underway
    California Cancels Tuition Hike After Voters OK Tax Increase
    Marijuana Reform Advocates Prep for Federal Showdown After Ballot Victories
    Women Make Historic Gains in U.S. Senate

 

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