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Friday, February 6, 2004

  • Dean Talks to Democracy Now! on War, His Future, the Media & Washington Insiders

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    Presidential candidate Howard Dean speaks to us from Wisconsin, the state where he admitted yesterday he must win in order to keep running. Although he raised over $40 million in fundraising, Dean’s campaign is faltering after he failed to finish better than second in the first seven races. [includes transcript]

  • CIA’s Tenet: Iraq Posed No Imminent Threat; Hunt for WMD Must Go On

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    Former CIA analyst Melvin Goodman and Mother Jones reporter Robert Dreyfuss discuss George Tenet’s speech and examine the role of the Pentagon’s secretive Office of Special Plans in the lead-up to the invasion of Iraq. [includes transcript]

  • NYPD Pays $27M to Black & Latino Officers To Settle Discrimination Suit

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    A groundbreaking settlement has been reached in a 1999 lawsuit in which nearly four-dozen cops argued that their working conditions were hostile; that they were more severely punished than white officers in cases of disciplinary action; and they faced retaliation if they challenged their treatment.