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Hosted by award winning reporter Amy Goodman, Democracy Now! is one of the hottest national daily radio programs on the air today. Started as an election year show in 1996, Democracy Now! expanded into a hard-hitting investigative news magazine.
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Democracy Now! - March 31, 2011 at 9:00am
Jeremy Scahill and Ex-DIA Analyst Joshua Foust on "The Dangerous U.S. Game in Yemen" & CIA Ops in Libya; Libya’s Eman al-Obeidi Remains Missing Since Risking Life to Tell Story of Rape by Gaddafi’s Forces; Supreme Court Weighs Massive Lawsuit Accusing Retail Giant Wal-Mart for Sexual Discrimination
Democracy Now! (9 am) - March 30, 2011 at 9:00am
“Prescription for Survival”: A Debate on the Future of Nuclear Energy Between Anti-Coal Advocate George Monbiot and Anti-Nuclear Activist Dr. Helen Caldicott; Haitians Deported from the U.S. Held in “Absolutely Horrific” Conditions; Haitians Face Imminent Eviction from Displaced Persons Camps...
Democracy Now! - March 29, 2011 at 9:00am
"We Have Intervened to Stop a Massacre”: Obama Defends the U.S.-Led Military Action in Libya; A Debate on U.S. Military Intervention in Libya: Juan Cole v. Vijay Prashad; Syria Detains Egyptian-American Accused of Spying, Refuses to Release Details of Charges Against Mohamed Radwan; "Shocked and ...
Democracy Now! - March 28, 2011 at 9:00am
Obama Administration Relents and Grants Visa to Leading Afghan Antiwar Campaigner Malalai Joya into U.S.; "Stop These Massacres": Ex-Afghan Parliamentarian Malayia Joya Calls for End to U.S. Occupation of Afghanistan; “This is Economic Treason;” 500,000 March in London Protesting Public Spending...
Democracy Now! - March 21, 2011 at 9:00am
Libyan Citizen Journalist Mohammed Nabbous Killed by Gunfire While Reporting on the Battle for Benghazi; No-fly Zone Enacted as U.S. and Allied Forces Launch Air Strikes on Libya Amid Growing Concerns for Civilian Safety; Former President Aristide On His Party’s Exclusion from Haiti’s Election...
Democracy Now! (9 am) - March 17, 2011 at 9:00am
“Serious Danger of a Full Core Meltdown”: Update on Japan’s Nuclear Catastrophe; Report from Sendai: Fears of Radioactivity Are Hampering Relief Efforts; Hiroshima Organizes Scientific Teams and Medical Treatment Centers to Receive Victims of Radiation Poisoning; Prominent Japanese Environmentalist
Democracy Now! (9 am) - March 16, 2011 at 9:00am
Amy Goodman Reports from South Africa on Aristide’s Planned Return Trip to Haiti After Seven Years in Exile; “No Happy Ending”: Nuclear Experts Say Japan’s Disaster is Intensifying; South Africans Question the Push To “Go Down the Nuclear Road” to Meet Rising Energy Demand.
Democracy Now! - March 15, 2011 at 9:00am
“This Could Become Chernobyl on Steroids”: Nuclear Engineer Arnie Gundersen on Japan’s Growing Nuclear Crisis; Vermont Gov. Fights to Close Vermont Yankee, One of 23 U.S. Nuclear Power Facilities Nearly Identical to Failed Japanese Plant; "Get the Children Away from the Reactors"...
Democracy Now! - March 14, 2011 at 9:00am
Japan Facing Biggest Catastrophe Since Dawn of Nuclear Age; Worker Uprising: Up to 185,000 Protest In Madison As Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker Signs Union-Busting Bill.
Democracy Now! (9 am) - March 10, 2011 at 9:00am
Outrage in Wisconsin: Thousands Flood Capitol After GOP Strips Public Workers of Bargaining Rights in Surprise Senate Vote; "This is a Class War": Michael Moore Calls for Renewed Pro-Democracy Movement as Anti-Union Bills Approved in Wisconsin and Michigan; "We Have Reached a Turning Point”...
Democracy Now! (9 am) - March 9, 2011 at 9:00am
Naomi Klein: Tim DeChristopher Guilty Verdict Exposes "Double Standard" of How "Oil and Gas Companies Privatize Profits...Externalize the Cost"; “My Fear is that Climate Change is the Biggest Crisis of All”: Naomi Klein Warns Global Warming Could Be Exploited by Capitalism and Militarism.
Democracy Now! (9 am) - March 8, 2011 at 9:00am
“Women’s Rights are Workers’ Rights:” Kavita Ramdas on History of International Women’s Day and Challenges Women Face 100 Years Later; and Novelist Ahdaf Soueif on Egypt’s Revolution: “People Were Rediscovering Themselves”
Democracy Now! - March 7, 2011 at 9:00am
Hopes of Peaceful Revolution in Libya End as Opposition Prepares for Long Battle Against Gaddafi Forces; Thousands of Migrant Workers Stranded at Libyan Borders and Ports as Violent Clashes Spread: Video Report by Anjali Kamat in Benghazi ; As Public Broadcasting and Community Media Face...
Democracy Now! - March 2, 2011 at 9:00am
Prof. Horace Campbell: Peace & Justice Movement Should Oppose U.S.-Led Intervention in Libya; U.N.: More than 140,000 Have Fled Libyan Clashes; U.S. Silent on Deadly Iraqi Gov’t Crackdown on Protests; 300 Arrested in Sweeps Targeting Dissidents; Labor Protests Spread: Thousands Rally Against Anti...
Democracy Now! - March 1, 2011 at 9:00am
Terror in Tripoli: Libyan American Describes Country in State of Fear, But Hopeful of Gaddafi’s Ouster; Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa on Egypt’s Revolution, His Potential Presidential Candidacy and Middle East Uprisings; Labor Organizers Consider General Strike in Wisconsin as Gov. Scott