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Democracy Now! (6 am), for November 2, 2012 - 6:00am

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Flooded by Sandy, Residents of Brooklyn Community Red Hook Organize Local Effort for Urgent Relief; "It’s Global Warming, Stupid": As Bloomberg Backs Obama, News Media Ends Silence on Climate Change; Bloomberg Endorses Obama for White House Despite Misgivings About President’s Effort on Gun Control; Residents of NYC’s Chinatown Turn to Community Group for Relief as Elderly, Immigrants Isolated by Storm.

November 2, 2012

    Sandy Death Toll Hits 98 in U.S.
    Staten Island Residents Appeal for Aid; NYC Marathon to Continue
    Millions in Northeast Remain Without Power
    360,000 Gallons of Fuel Spills in New Jersey
    Economic Toll of Sandy Could Top $50 Billion
    Citing Climate Change Stance, Bloomberg Endorses Obama
    158,000 U.S. Workers Hired in October
    Ex-Penn State President Charged for Abuse Cover-Up
    Massachusetts Man Sentenced to 17 Years for Drone Plot
    Video Shows Syrian Rebels Executing Soldiers
    Save the Children: Global Inequality at 20-Year High


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