Top U.S. and World News Headlines for Monday, December 15

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Visit to watch the full daily independent, global news hour. This is a summary of top news headlines from the U.S. and around the world on Monday, December 15, 2014. Go to the Democracy Now! website to read the complete transcript, search the vast news archive, and to make a donation to support our daily, non-profit news program.

In this video, you’ll learn about these top news headlines:

U.N. Climate Deal for Non-Binding Emissions Cuts Lays Basis for Paris Talks Next Year

Families of Slain African Americans Lead “Justice for All” Rally in D.C.

Tens of Thousands Join “Millions March” NYC Protest

Dozens Arrested in Boston, Oakland Protests

Senate OKs $1.1 Trillion Spending Bill Averting Shutdown

Sen. Warren Blasts Citibank for Authoring Repeal of Dodd-Drank Rule

Obama to Sign Controversial Spending Bill After Backing Passage

Anti-Immigration Push by Senate GOP Opens Path to Confirming Stalled Nominations

Cheney on CIA Torture: “I’d Do it Again in a Minute”

Torture Memo Author: Abuses May Have Violated Law, But Weren’t Authorized

Senator to Unveil Anti-Torture Measure After CIA Director Says Future Abuses Possible

Standoff Continues After Gunman Takes Hostages at Australian Cafe

Elected Governing Restored as Detroit Officially Exits Bankruptcy

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