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March 11, 2003

Download MP3 UK Arrests for UN Spying Judges to the International Criminal Court were sworn in today in the Hague with the notable absence being the United States. The court has jurisdiction in the...

February 16, 2005

Download MP3 Features Kyoto Protocol Takes Affect – Without the US (3:42) The Kyoto Protocol, a worldwide effort to slow global warming came into force today, without the backing of the world’s number one...

Newscast for Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Privacy advocates, lawmakers question government testimony on NSA surveillance programs as more details emerge BART strike enters second day as unions call for improved safety, better wages In Egypt, protesters increase pressure on Morsi...

Newscast for Monday, July 1, 2013

Efforts to restrict reproductive rights in Texas, Ohio and on federal level draw controversy Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism spared eviction after governor removes measure from budget Egypt’s military issues 48-hour ultimatum for Morsi...

Newscast for Friday, June 28, 2013

Obama Administration continued NSA surveillance of web data that started under Bush Student loan interest rates to double after Congress fails to act before vacation Week four of Bradley Manning trial: prosecution reveals details...

Newscast for Thursday, June 27, 2013

Senate passes immigration reform bill with amendment to increase border militarization Supreme Court’s ruling on Voting Rights Act prompts renewed push for restrictive voting measures In Zimbabwe, voters cite obstacles to registration, arrests of...

Newscast for Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Supreme Court strikes down DOMA’s federal ban on benefits; dismisses Prop 8 case, paving way for same sex marriage in California In California, cheers erupt from marriage equality advocates after Supreme Court decision on...

Newscast for Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Supreme Court strikes down key part of Voting Rights Act Obama outlines cuts to carbon emissions, investment in renewable energy and natural gas development as part of climate change plan Congress advances amendment on...

Newscast for Monday, June 24, 2013

As Ecuador considers asylum for Snowden, push to defend journalists who published NSA leaks US expands crackdown on whistleblowers with espionage charges against Snowden Supreme Court issues opinions on affirmative action, right of workers...

Newscast for Friday, June 21, 2013

Leaked documents show US government collected domestic communications without warrant In Brazil, police meet rising demonstrations with tear gas, pepper spray as protesters vow to continue Housing evictions, social services cited in broadening Brazil...