Democracy Now

Democracy Now! – January 16, 2014

Okinawa’s Revolt: Decades of Rape, Environmental Harm by U.S. Military Spur Residents to Rise Up; Japan’s Peace Boat Journeys to Confront Buried Crimes of the Past & Build Ties for a Hopeful Future; Japan Remains Hotbed of TPP Protest as U.S. Tries to Fast-track Trade Deal, Crush Environmental Laws.

January 16, 2014

    Tens of Thousands Without Tap Water as West Virginia Slowly Eases Ban
    Jobless Benefits Scrapped in Senate Vote
    House Approves Spending Bill in Tea Party Rebuke
    Iraqi PM Appeals for International Help as Violence Kills Dozens
    Photos Show Marines Burning Bodies in Iraq
    Egyptian Voters Approve Constitutional Referendum
    Justice Dept. to Expand Anti-Profiling Guidelines
    Supreme Court Hears Arguments on Abortion Clinic Buffer Zones
    Air Force Nuclear Unit Suspends 34 for Cheating
    Senate Probe: Benghazi Attack was Preventable
    Chicago Archdiocese Releases Docs on Sexual Abuses
    3 Dead in Shooting at Indiana Supermarket
    New York City Finalizes $18 Million Settlement over RNC Arrests


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