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This Week (12.14.14) Podcast

In today's episode of the "This Week" Podcast, alarms raised after a mid-air scare involving a Russian military jet. A very close call putting a passenger plane at risk – the latest sign of high-stakes tension growing between Russia and the West. Growing fallout from the explosive senate torture report. The CIA is underfire and firing back – after the report blasted the spy agency for its interrogation tactics. There are new questions over whether the report will end up helping Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the terrorists behind the 9/11 attacks. In a rare late night session, the Senate approved a 1.1 trillion dollar spending bill that averts a government shutdown. 




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This Week (12.7.14) Podcast

In today's episode of the This Week Podcast, a raid gone wrong - an American journalist was killed during a last minute rescue attempt. The crisis of confidence in our justice system - thousands of protestors continue marching and some protests in California turned violent and there's so much anger of those grand jury decision. ABC's This Week host George Stephanopoulos chats with New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio about the grand jury decision. And gas prices keep falling, but what does this mean for our economy and security? 




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This Week (11.30.14) Podcast

In today's episode of the "This Week" Podcast, Officer Darren Wilson, who fatally shot unarmed black teen, Michael Brown has resigned from the Ferguson Police Department. Ray Rice, the Baltimore Ravens running back, who was suspended indefinitely for punching his fiance, has been allowed to play football again. A retired judge said Rice did not lie to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.  For the fourth time in six years, President Obama is on the hunt for a Secretary of Defense…after Secretary Chuck Hagel resigned. With trouble spots in Iraq, Syria, Russia and a host of other countries, the landscape looks pretty complicated for the next nominee.




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