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Democracy Now! – May 9, 2013

Did Police Negligence & Suspect Ariel Castro’s Unpunished Domestic Abuse Prolong Victims’ Captivity? Behind the Cleveland Kidnappings, A Culture of “Toxic Masculinity” & Gender-Based Violence; Chicago Workers Open New Cooperatively Owned Factory Five Years After Republic Windows Occupation; Prosecutors Seek 75-Year Sentence for U.S.-Backed Guatemalan Dictator Ríos Montt in Genocide Trial.

May 9, 2013

    8 Killed in Bangladesh Factory Fire; Toll From Building Collapse Nears 900
    Ariel Castro Charged in Cleveland Kidnapping, Abuse Case
    State Dept. Official Claims Demotion for Criticism of Benghazi Response
    Israel OKs More Settlement Expansion; Kerry Announces Visit
    Stephen Hawking Backs Academic Boycott of Israel
    Closing Arguments Held in Genocide Trial of Former Guatemalan Dictator Efraín Ríos Montt
    Activist: Biden Avowed Opposition to Keystone XL Pipeline
    EPA: No Plans for Curbing Greenhouse Gases From Existing Power Plants
    House Panel Backs Weakening of Derivatives Rules
    Peace Activists Convicted for Protest at Tennessee Nuclear Site
    Docs: FBI, Justice Dept. Assert Right to Warrantless Internet Spying
    Ex-Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling Reaches Deal for Early Release
    Colorado Legislature Approves Drivers Licenses for Undocumented Immigrants, 1st Ever Marijuana Tax
    Blacks Voted at Higher Rate Than Whites in 2012 Elections
    Cooper Union Students Stage Sit-In to Preserve Free Tuition

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