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    The Case That Could Unravel Obamacare
    Physician Robert Zarr explains how King v. Burwell threatens not only the the Affordable Care Act but the larger fight for universal health care in the United States

      March 4, 2015

    Petraeus Plea Deal Shows Double-Standard in U.S. Government's Prosecution of Leakers
    Recently released CIA Whistleblower John Kiriakou and investigative reporter Marcy Wheeler respond to the plea deal received by General David Petraeus for leaking highly classified documents to his mistress

      March 4, 2015

    Soul School and Black History (2/2)
    In the second part of the conversation, TRNN's Eddie Conway talks to Babatunji Baloqun of the Soul School Institute and history professor Baba Zak A. Kondo about black men's failure to recognize women's contributions to black organizing

      March 4, 2015

    Netanyahu Invokes Biblical Armageddon in US Congress
    Ali Abunimah, editor of Electronic Intifada, says Netanyahu is playing to the extreme Israeli right, Christian evangelical Zionists, and attempting to prepare conditions for war

      March 3, 2015

    AIPAC Conference Pushes War on Iran
    At the annual American-Israel Public Affairs Committee conference, speakers advanced Iran as an existential threat and sought to downplay differences between Israel and the US while demonstrators were arrested outside

      March 3, 2015

    Soul School and Black History (1/2)
    TRNN's Eddie Conway talks to Babatunji Baloqun of the Soul School Institute and history professor Baba Zak A. Kondo about the founding of Soul School and the history of Baltimore's Black Movement

      March 3, 2015

    At Least 18 Black Caucus Members Boycotting Netanyahu's Speech
    Black Agenda Report's Glen Ford says they are motivated by defending the president against Boehner's slight

      March 3, 2015

    X: Malcolm's Final Years
    Commemorating the 50th anniversary of his death, teleSUR re-examines the life and legacy of Malcolm X. Interviews include Angela Davis and Danny Glover. (Executive Producer Paul Jay)

      March 2, 2015

    Nurses Unite to Stop TPP Fast Track
    TRNN's Jessica Desvarieux speaks with National Nurses United nurses who met with Congressional lawmakers about the lack of transparency and potential health risks the TPP poses to everyday citizens

      February 28, 2015

    Is FCC Approval of Net Neutrality a Real Win for Consumers?
    Community Broadband Networks' Christopher Mitchell says how mobilization campaigns pushed the FCC to classify the Internet as a public utility, but more effort is needed to reform providers' monopoly control

      February 28, 2015

    How Progressive Agendas Came to Dominate Chicago Alderman Races
    Reclaim Chicago Executive Director David Hatch explains that more than half of the alderman candidates elected or in runoffs have progressive agendas due to the efforts of a grassroots movement

      March 2, 2015

    Public Policy and Blaming Poor Black Communities For Their Own Poverty
    On the 50th anniversary of the Moynihan Report (The Negro Family: The Case For National Action), john a. powell of the Haas Institute discusses the economic and political struggles faced by black communities today

      March 2, 2015

    Guardian UK Exposes Horrific Abuses at Police 'Black Sites'
    Author and journalist Kari Lydersen says while the the details of The Guardian's exposes are certainly disturbing, many communities of color who have been victims of police brutality are not surprised

      February 26, 2015

    Chicago Mayor Emmanuel Forced Into Historic Runoff
    Author and journalist Kari Lydersen explains what's behind Rahm being forced into a runoff even though he outspent his opponents by a wide margin

      February 26, 2015

    What Was Missing from Obama's Anti-Terrorism Speech
    Author and professor Vijay Prashad says President Obama failed to acknowledge how Western intervention has contributed to the rise of extremism. @ThomasHedgesTRN

      February 23, 2015

    Capitalism's War on Democracy
    Black Agenda Report's Glen Ford says capitalism's greatest foes are an organized and united working class

      February 24, 2015

    Malcolm X: The Power Structure is International
    In observance of the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Malcolm X, TRNN shares a speech he gave in Detroit on February 15, 1964, one week before he was killed

      February 22, 2015

    Jeb Bush's First Foreign Policy Speech Emphasizes Militarism
    Jeb Bush misses the point that Obama has proposed the biggest military spending budget in history of the world says David Swanson

      February 20, 2015

    Sankofa Dance Theater Marks 25th Anniversary
    To mark Black History Month, TRNN's Eddie Conway speaks with Kibibi Ajanku about founding the Sankofa Dance Theater to teach youth African dance and rhythm

      February 23, 2015

    Are Obama's Executive Orders on Immigration Too Little Too Late?
    Cesar Vargas, Co-Director of the DREAM Action Coalition, says the DREAMER community is organizing to ensure the 2016 presidential hopefuls have their interests at heart.

      February 22, 2015

    President Obama's Executive Order on Immigration Challenged by 26 States (1/2)
    Cesar Vargas, Co-Director of the DREAM Action Coalition, says eleven Presidents including both Bushes took similar action on immigration before Obama

      February 18, 2015

    New House Bill Would Deregulate the IRS
    House Republicans reintroduced legislation that would bar the Internal Revenue Service from drafting basic protocol until it's investigated for actions it allegedly carried out two years ago.

    What Do Effective Violence Reduction Programs Look Like? (2/2)
    Nationally recognized gun violence expert Daniel Webster discusses Baltimore's implementation of Operation Ceasefire and suggests policy measures to ensure long-term success

      February 19, 2015

    The History of Reparations for African Americans (2/2)
    TRNN's Eddie Conway continues his discussion with Dr. Ray Winbush about the case for reparations for the slavery in the United States.

      February 15, 2015

    1,200 Aboriginal Women in Canada Murdered or Gone Missing Since 1980s
    Aboriginal women are five times more likely to be murdered, and most attacks are from outside their communities, says Audrey Huntley of the No More Silence campaign in Canada

      February 18, 2015

    'Ceasefire' Police Program Missing Social Services and Jobs Plan
    TRNN examines the nationally acclaimed homicide prevention program "Operation Ceasefire" amid allegations Baltimore is not funding the crucial outreach component that provides a critical escape to at-risk populations

      February 14, 2015

    Why is Obama Requesting an AUMF When We're Already at War with ISIS?
    Michael Ratner of the Centre for Constitutional Rights says the request for the Re-Authorization for Use of Military Force against ISIS will give Obama more authority to expand war across the world

      February 13, 2015

    The History of Reparations for African Americans (1/2)
    To mark Black History Month, TRNN's Eddie Conway speaks to Dr. Ray Winbush about why people of African descent have a strong case for reparations for the slavery in the United States

      February 12, 2015

    NYPD Officer Pleads Not Guilty After Rare Indictment for Killing Unarmed Black Man
    Black Agenda Report's Glen Ford says the #blacklivesmatter movement is pressuring the political system to hold police accountable for unlawful deaths and brutality

      February 11, 2015

    Why Build the Green Party? - Jill Stein on Reality Asserts Itself (3/3)
    Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein tells Paul Jay that people need to prepare for a Syriza moment

      February 17, 15

    Class Action Case Filed Against Ferguson and Jennings by Black Residents
    The case is pursuing disproportionate tickets, jail and fines, the plaintiffs believe it is financially motivated, says Glen Ford of the Black Agenda Report

      February 10, 2015

    Google Gagged and Ordered by NSA and FBI to Release Personal Communication Data of Wikileaks Staffers
    Michael Ratner says that US government is still pursuing criminal investigations against Wikileaks Editor and staffers, not just because of what they have already released to the public but because of what they still continue to release

      February 8, 2015

    Some Democrats Considering Boycott of Netanyahu's Address to Congress
    TRNN's Jessica Desvarieux interviews Congressmen who are split on the move, and also talks to Phyllis Bennis of the Institute for Policy Studies, who says this potential boycott reveals that America is not one-minded on Israel

      February 5, 2015

    How Guns Made the Civil Rights Movement Possible (3/3)
    Charlie Cobb, author of "This Nonviolent Stuff'll Get You Killed," says we must use the lessons of non-violence in the sixties to address the epidemic of violence plaguing inner-city neighborhoods today

      February 5, 2015

    Okinawan People Oppose Relocation of U.S. Military Base to Henoko
    Paul Jay talks to historian Peter Kuznick, who says the people of Okinawa want all the military bases moved off the island

      February 16, 2015

    How Guns Made the Civil Rights Movement Possible (2/3)
    Author Charlie Cobb discusses how famed activist Ella Baker inspired the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee's grassroots structure, as well as the little-known story of armed self-defense during the Civil Rights movement

      February 4, 2015

    A Bloodless Coup d'etat in Detroit
    Frank Hammer reports that in the grand bargain of the bailout, Detroit lost its democracy

      February 9, 2015

    Rep. Hank Johnson's "Grand Jury Reform Act"
    Glen Ford, executive editor of the Black Agenda Report, says the use of a special prosecutor and making grand jury investigations a public process is consistent with the goals of progress

      February 6, 2015

    The Story Behind Keystone XL Pipeline Amendments
    Food & Water Watch's Sam Schabacker and journalist Steve Horn discuss the interests behind the amendments and how another Enbridge pipeline is being planned under the radar

      January 30, 2015

    Protestor Thanks McCain For 'Low Life Scum' Comment
    CODEPINK Co-Founder Medea Benjamin says Senator John McCain helped draw attention to Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger's record of war crimes in Chile, Vietnam, and East Timor

      January 30, 2015

    Why America Needs to Give Guantanamo Back to Cuba
    CODEPINK Co-Founder Medea Benjamin says the dispute between Castro and Obama is a question of Cuban sovereignty vs. American imperial ambition

      February 2, 2015

    A Dirty Link Between the Senate and the Keystone Vote
    Daphne Wysham says that the Senators who voted in favor of the Keystone XL Pipeline accepted seven times more campaign funding from fossil fuel energy groups

      January 30, 2015

    Would Loretta Lynch Support Ineffective Federal Drug Policy?
    Neill Franklin, executive director of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP), says that Loretta Lynch unwittingly made the case for legalization of marijuana during her confirmation hearing for attorney general

      January 30, 2015

    Sen. Sanders Presents $1 Trillion Infrastructure Bill as Job Creator
    Sanders says 13 million jobs could be created if Congress taxed the wealthy and corporate tax havens, but taxing the wealthy is a non-starter for Republicans

      January 29, 2015

    The Confirmation Hearings of US Attorney General Nominee Loretta Lynch
    Bruce Dixon of the Black Agenda Report says Ms. Lynch's expertise in white-collar crime was defending white-collar criminals, not prosecuting them

      January 29, 2015

    Some in GOP See Economic Gain In Immigration Reforms
    A growing number of Republicans in the midwest are looking to attract immigrant students and skilled workers in an effort to prop up towns that have suffered from a decline in manufacturing

      January 28, 2015

    Clinton Dynasty Revisited
    Journalist and author Doug Henwood says Hillary Clinton has close ties to Wall Street and big business, hawkish foreign policy, and a lack of vision to address looming structural economic and environmental catastrophes

      March 2, 2015

    CIA Whistleblower Jeffrey Sterling Convicted of Espionage
    Investigative journalist Marcy Wheeler says Sterling faces decades in prison for leaking details of a botched CIA operation against Iran's nuclear program

      January 27, 2015

    US-India Nuke Deal A Big Win for Corporations
    Author and scholar Vijay Prashad says the US-India nuclear deal will protect US corporations from liability in case of an industrial disaster like India faced in the 1984 Bhopal gas leak

      January 27, 2015

    Holder's Move on Civil Forfeiture Only a Dent in Abusive Police Practice
    Black Agenda Report's Glen Ford says further federal action is needed because dozens of states will still continue the practice

      January 26, 2015

    McCain Calls 'Cold Warriors' to School Senate on National Security
    TRNN's Jessica Desvarieux reports on former national security advisors Zbigniew Brzezinski and Brent Scowcroft testimonies related to Iran, Syria, and Ukraine.

      January 25, 2015

    The Saudis - Oil, ISIS and Revolution
    Loretta Napoleoni says little will change after death of King Abdullah, but the Saudis cannot sustain low oil prices for much longer; they have lost control of ISIS; and their big fear is revolution

      January 25, 2015

    American Sniper: Honoring a Fallen Hero or Whitewashing a Murderous Occupation?
    Journalist Max Blumenthal says the film American Sniper promotes lies falsehoods about Navy SEAL Chris Kyle along with the US invasion and occupation of Iraq

      January 26, 2015

    Republican Abortion Ban Could Put Pregnant Women's Lives in Peril
    Lynn Paltrow from National Advocates for Pregnant Women says the 20-week abortion ban fails to consider the life of a pregnant mother

      January 25, 2015

    The Global African: Top Stories of 2014
    Danny Glover and James Early talk to host Bill Fletcher about some of the most critical events of 2014

      January 22, 2015

    No Black or White America says Obama
    Kevin Alexander Gray joins Paul Jay to discuss the President's lack of interest in the desperate conditions faced by most

      January 21, 2015

    Feds Won't Pursue Civil Rights Case Against Darren Wilson
    Black Agenda Report's Glen Ford says Holder's DOJ is abdicating its responsibility to uphold the law by not charging officer Darren Wilson for killing Mike Brown

      January 23, 2015

    Does Obama's Support of TPP Contradict His Immigration Policy?
    Author and activist David Bacon says that it's impossible to understand the mass exodus of Latin American workers to the United States without also understanding how U.S. trade deals destabilized their economies.

      January 21, 2015

    Climate Change Crisis Buried in the State of the Union
    Prof. Robert Pollin of Political Economy Research Institute (PERI) and Prof. Chris Williams of Pace University says there is a lot that President Obama could do to reduce carbon emissions in spite of the Republican-controlled congress

      January 22, 2015

    The Socialist Response to the State of the Union
    Socialist Seattle Council-member Kshama Sawant offers her rebuttal to President Obama on the economy, raising the minimum wage and police accountability

      January 21, 2015

    Can the Union Be Strong Amidst Global Recession?
    Bill Black and James Henry join Paul Jay to discuss President Obama's State of the Union

      January 21, 2015

    GOP to Obama: North Korea Sanctions Aren't Enough
    Republicans on the House Foreign Relations Committee say they want to put North Korea back onto the state sponsors of terrorism list

      January 20, 2015

    Lee-Jackson Day: Honoring Civil War Heroes Or Upholding White Supremacy?
    Baltimore residents oppose the marking of the birthdays of two Confederate generals on the same weekend as Martin Luther King Day

      January 18, 2015

    Removing the Social Security Tax Cap Would Benefit Most Workers
    CEPR's Nicole Woo says a phase-out of the tax cap could eliminate up to 80% of the projected shortfall in social security funding

      January 20, 2015

    Baltimore Activists Participate in National Day of Action Against Police Brutality
    More than 100 Baltimore-area activists traveled to the state's capital to mark Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday and demand reform of the Maryland police bill of rights and civilian oversight

      January 16, 2015

    Two Albuquerque Police Officers Charged With Murder For Shooting Death of Homeless Man
    Albuquerque, New Mexico-based scholar and activist David Correia responds to the Bernalillo County District Attorney filing preliminary murder charges against the two police officers for killing homeless man James Boyd

      January 13, 2015

    The Function of Police in Modern Society: Peace or Control?
    Scholar Sam Mitrani says the police were created to restrain the working class and the poor

      January 19, 2015

    Black October and the 1973 Murder of State Delegate Turk Scott
    Retired 60-year veteran law enforcement officer Stephen Tabeling and award-winning investigative journalist Stephen Janis discuss the murder of Maryland State Delegate - who was facing federal indictment for drug charges - by the group Black October (4/4)

      January 9, 2015

    CIA Whistleblower Faces Decades in Prison for Exposing Botched CIA Plan
    Norman Solomon, co-founder of RootsAction.org, says Jeffrey Sterling and other whistleblowers have leaked classified information against the interests of the ruling elite, but in the interest of democracy

      January 7, 2015

    Climate Change Denier to Take Over Senate Committee
    TRNN reporter Thomas Hedges continues the series of how a GOP-led Senate will change policy, this time in the arena of the Environment and Public Works Committee which Republican Senator James Inhofe will take over as chair.

      January 6, 2015

    UN Finds 3,000 Civilians Killed in Afghanistan in 2014
    Sonali Kolhatkar, co-author of the book, Bleeding Afghanistan: Washington, Warlords, and the Propaganda of Silence says the new President in Afghanistans' approach to governing depends on US protection of his presidency

      January 7, 2015

    St. Louis People's Grand Jury Indicts Darren Wilson
    Black Agenda Report Executive Editor Glen Ford says community-organized events like this could be a possible model for exposing mass Black incarceration state on a national scale

      January 8, 2015

    Pensions of Union Workers Cut in Federal Budget
    UMKC economics professor Michael Hudson discusses how Wall Street will profit as workers' pensions get slashed

      January 5, 15

    iMixWhatILike | From South Africa to the United States: The Continuity of Black Consciousness Movements (Part 2)
    iMixWhatILike Host Jared Ball continues his discussion with legendary emcee and producer Shaheen Ariedien and Dr. Rico Chapman about the histories, similarities and mutual impact of the Black Consciousness Movement in South Africa and the Black Power Movement here in the United States

      December 28, 2014

    How Prisons Rip Off and Exploit the Incarcerated (2/2)
    Eddie Conway and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Chris Hedges continue their discussion about the forms of slavery and exploitation thriving in today's U.S. prison system

      January 7, 2015

    How Prisons Rip Off and Exploit the Incarcerated (1/2)
    Eddie Conway and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Chris Hedges discuss the forms of slavery and exploitation thriving in today's U.S. prison system

      January 4, 15

    Do Prisons and Mass Incarceration Keep Us Safe? (2/2)
    TRNN's Eddie Conway continues his discussion with Maya Schenwar, author of 'Locked Down and Locked Out', about alternatives to mass incarceration

      January 13, 2015

    DC Activists Disrupt Xmas Shopping as Another Teen Killed Near Ferguson
    After police officers shot and killed 18-year-old Antonio Martin two miles from Ferguson, DC, activists call for an emergency action to protest the latest police killing. The group of activists, mainly black women, have been living by one motto since the police officers who killed Michael Brown and Eric Garner were not indicted: Shut it down.

      December 27, 14

    Individual Contribution Limit in U.S. Elections Raised to $4.9 Million
    TRNN reporter Thomas Hedges takes a look at two new provisions in the 2015 spending bill that drastically increase individual limits and prohibit President Obama from using executive action to shed light on dark money in campaigns.

      January 5, 15

    Should You Condemn the CIA for Torture If You Don't Condemn the Iraq War?
    Larry Wilkerson and Paul Jay discuss whether empire abroad requires brutal methods and eroding rights at home

      December 24, 2014

    What are U.S. Objectives in Weakening Russia's Economy?
    Larry Wilkerson and Paul Jay discuss the "tactical strength and strategic weakness" of Putin in Ukraine and whether the West is trying to turn Russia into another "Greece"

      December 29, 14

    Why Is Obama Using Flimsy Evidence to Blame North Korea for Sony Hack?
    Paul Jay interviews Col. Larry Wilkerson, who says Sony might be able to protect itself from class action suits brought by employees over privacy if the blame is pinned on North Korea

      December 23, 14

    US/Saudi Oil Play Is Economic Warfare
    Lawrence Wilkerson says the target of low oil prices is Russia and Iran, throwing their economies into turmoil and opening their doors to sovereign raiders

      December 28, 2014

    Are Police Placed in Situations That Threaten Public Safety?
    Following the murder of two NYC police officers, Paul Jay speaks with former Black Panther Eddie Conway and ACLU-DC policy director Seema Sadanandan about the role of police in our society

      December 23, 2014

    Diplomatic Relations with Cuba and Sanctions for Venezuela
    Last week's much-hailed normalization of relations with Cuba was followed by sanctions against Venezuela the very next day, says Alex Main of the Center for Economic and Policy Research

      December 23, 2014

    U.S. Midterm Election Voter Turnout at Pre-Civil War Level
    UMass Boston professor Thomas Ferguson says voters are sick of politics as usual and the special interests who have captured elections

      December 27, 2014

    The Police Union's Irresponsible Reaction To Shooting Of Two NYPD Officers
    Glen Ford, Executive Editor of Black Agenda Report discusses how comments by the head of New York's largest police against NYC Mayor de Blasio reveal potential for mutiny and criminal offenses

      December 23, 14

    Do Prisons and Mass Incarceration Keep Us Safe? (1/2)
    TRNN's Eddie Conway interviews Maya Schenwar, author of 'Locked Down and Locked Out', who argues mass incarceration in America causes more harm than good for prisoners and communities

      January 12, 2015

    Die-In for Police Accountability Staged at Baltimore-Area Mall
    Organizers disrupt traffic and shopping at the Towson Mall near Baltimore as actions demanding accountability for police brutality continue nationwide

      December 21, 2014

    Will the New Federal Racial Profiling Guidelines have Any Impact? (3/3)
    Incredible scale and racial concentration at the heart of how liberals built a prison America says Naomi Murakawa, the author of The First Civil Right, How Liberals Built Prison America

      December 21, 2014

    CIA Gets Away with Torture Under the Rubric of the War on Terror
    Patrick Cockburn, the author of The Jihadis Return: ISIS and The New Sunnis Uprising, says the rise of the Islamic State should compel us to question the effectiveness of torture and the War on Terror

      December 22, 2014

    iMixWhatILike | From South Africa to the United States: The Continuity of Black Consciousness Movements (Part 1)
    Jared Ball hosts legendary emcee and producer Shaheen Ariedien and Dr. Rico Chapman discuss the histories, similarities and mutual impact of the Black Consciousness Movement in South Africa and the Black Power Movement here in the United States.

      December 28, 14

    Case Filed in European Court Against Bush-Era Torture
    The European Centre for Constitutional and Human Rights (ECCHR) files case against Bush Administration officials for running a state organized program of torture authorized at the highest levels, says Michael Ratner, chair of ECCHR

      December 19, 2014

    How Wisconsin Became The First State to Mandate Outside Investigations of Fatal Police Shootings
    Michael Bell, Sr. discusses how the fatal police shooting of his son a decade ago led to the passage of a 2014 Wisconsin law that bars police from investigating themselves after a fatal shooting

      January 9, 2015

    Obama Admin Still Seeking Testimony From Journalist James Risen
    Despite earlier reports, New York Times Journalist is still facing a subpoena in the trial of former CIA officer Jeffrey Sterling

      December 19, 14

    The US and Cuba Restore Diplomatic Relations With A Spy Swap
    The US has finally admitted defeat in its policies of trying to isolate and overthrow the government of Cuba says, Reese Erlich a freelance journalist and author

      December 19, 14

    The Three Remaining 'Cuban 5' Go Home
    In a historic move bypassing congress, President Obama restores diplomatic relations with Cuba, and in a simultaneous telecast President Raul Castro hails the decision but reminds us that the blockade is still in place, says Michael Ratner of the Center for Constitutional Rights

      December 19, 14

    Millions March Oakland: A Look Beyond the Violence
    Several thousand people gathered at Millions March Oakland on December 13 to protest the killings of unarmed black men Michael Brown and Eric Garner. Protesters critique mainstream media's focus on vandalism and looting instead of Oakland Police Department's violent history.

      December 17, 2014

    Why Did The CIA Really Use Extreme Torture?
    There is fairly good evidence that the prime motive for torture was not 9-11, says Patrick Cockburn the author of The Jihadis Return: ISIS and the New Sunni Uprising

      December 21, 2014

    Detroit Won't Restore Police Review Board Even Though Abuses Continue
    Detroit Activist Frank Hammer says activists are outraged that Detroit's badly needed civilian review board of police - dismantled as part of the city's bankruptcy proceeding - is not being restored now that the city is out of bankruptcy

      December 28, 2014



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