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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
    ALEC Plots Extensive Campaign Against Environmental Regulation, Clean Energy
    Connecticut Releases Newtown 911 Calls
    Sen. Warren Rules Out 2016 Presidential Run
    Obama Calls for Action on “Growing Inequality”
    Illinois Issues Driver’s Licenses to Undocumented Immigrants
    ALEC Faces Funding Shortfall After “Stand Your Ground” Prompts Member Flight

 

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