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Democracy Now! – December 5, 2013

“We Can’t Survive on $7.25”: Fast-Food Workers Kick Off National Day of Action for Higher Pay; As Workers Strike Against Low Wages, Fast-Food CEOs Fatten Pockets with Taxpayer-Subsidized Pay; Jeremy Scahill: Oscar Nod for “Dirty Wars” Could Raise Awareness of Ongoing U.S. Drone Strikes; “There is a War on Journalism”: Jeremy Scahill on NSA Leaks & New Investigative Reporting Venture.

Headlines
December 5, 2013

    NSA Collecting Location Data on Cellphones Worldwide
    Fast-Food Workers Strike Nationwide for Higher Pay
    Studies: Inequality Dividing U.S. Cities, Threatening Families
    Suicide Bomber Hits Yemen Defense Ministry in Sana’a
    U.S., China Differ on Air Defense Zone
    Mexico Recovers Stolen Radioactive Container
    2 Guantánamo Prisoners Forcibly Repatriated to Algeria Despite Pleas
    Study: 7 in 10 College Students Graduating With Loan Debt
    Detainees Hold Sit-in at Texas Immigration Jail
    Miami Suburb Sued for Police Abuses, Racial Profiling
    Connecticut Releases Newtown 911 Calls

 

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