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Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Protesters rally against mass surveillance during an event organized by the group Stop Watching Us in Washington, DC on October 26, 2013. (Rena Schild/Shutterstock)

Rep. Tom McClintock: "Congress Should Prosecute James Clapper" | Greenwald on Snowden Leaks: "Hold Me Accountable" | Syrian Refugees Face Harsh Winter Weather | Detroit Seeks Help to Save City's Art | How to Make $1 Billion in 2014 | Despite New Jobs, The Middle Class May Be In Trouble | Sherlock Holmes: The Bridge Between Fiction & Forensics

Greenwald on Snowden Leaks: "Hold Me Accountable"

Glenn Greenwald, the journalist who helped Edward Snowden break news of the NSA’s mas surveillance apparatus, has found himself in the middle one of the year’s biggest news stories. I...

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Rep. Tom McClintock: "Congress Should Prosecute James Clapper"

NSA officials are mulling a possible amnesty for leaker Edward Snowden. In exchange for the safe return of the rest of the documents he took from the NSA, Snowden could come back to t...

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Transcript: Glenn Greenwald's Takeaway

The Takeaway's Host John Hockenberry talked with Glenn Greenwald, the journalist who worked with leaker Edward Snowden to reveal the cache of classified NSA documents. Being involved ...

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Syrian Refugees Face Harsh Winter Weather

Early winter storms are hitting parts of the Middle East with snow and freezing temperatures. For Syrian refugees, the bitter cold is only exacerbating life in make shift homes and re...

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Detroit Seeks Help to Save City's Art

The collection at the Detroit Institute of Arts sits among the top six in America, housing everything from Diego Rivera’s “Detroit Industry” fresco cycle to Vincent van Gogh’s “Self-P...

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How to Make $1 Billion

If you had the good luck to play the S&P 500 absolutely perfectly, it would’ve been possible to transform a $1,000 investment into hundreds of billions of dollars in returns. How? Dav...

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Despite New Jobs, Middle Class May Be In Trouble

Over this past year, there were increases in both high-end jobs and low-end service jobs. But the types of jobs that so many Americans rely on—those in the middle market—just aren’t b...

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The Second Life of Sherlock Holmes

Sherlock Holmes' love for logic and sharp eye would go on to inspire mystery writers and real-life crime scene investigators alike. A new PBS documentary takes a look how Sherlock Hol...

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