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Sanika Dange

National occupy movement shows no signs of slowing down

Leading historians say they believe the national occupy movement demonstrations could one day grace the pages of U.S. history books.  Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s spoke with University of Florida Oral History Program Director Paul Ortiz about how the Occupy movement will be perceived in the future.

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Financial picture in Greece unclear as prime minister steps down

Greece’s Prime Minister George Papandreou has announced he will step down amid the country’s financial crisis. Greece is facing a 200-billion euro debt, but Papandreou stepping down could lead to an agreement that would wipe out half of Greece’s debt. WUFT spoke to Professor of Political Science and Dean of …

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Cain campaign may be threatened by controversial You Tube message

Despite his top ranking in the political polls, Herman Cain’s rise to the top may be threatened.  He gained 28 percentage points since September and 57 points since March, the largest gain in recognition for any GOP presidential candidate this year. But as Florida’s 89.1 WUFT-FM’s Sanika Dange reports, recent …

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Today marks 10 year anniversary of the Patriot Act

A little over one month ago the U.S. remembered the tenth anniversay of the September 11th attacks. Today marks another ten-year anniversary; the signing of the Patriot Act. George W. Bush signed the anti-terrorism Act into law in the aftermath of 9/11. One of its controversial provisions is the monitoring email and telephone communications. As Florida’s …

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