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    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

    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

    Contextualizing Baltimore's Recent Police Shooting
    LEAP's Neill Franklin says the so called war on drugs and the over-policing of marginalized communities is the context for many negative interactions experienced by law enforcement

      December 17, 2014

    Budget Bill's Little-Known Provisions Affecting Marijuana Users
    LEAP's Neill Franklin says the budget bill bans the feds from going after states with legal medical marijuana, but may prevent DC from legalizing marijuana

      December 17, 2014

    Thwarted Michigan Bill Aimed At Stopping Community Agreements With Developers Will Return
    Detroit Activist Frank Hammer says though Michigan State Bill 5977 aimed at Detroit's Community Development Ordinance has failed for now, Republicans will likely reintroduce it in 2015

      December 22, 2014

    Data Collection Law on Excessive Force Shown Ineffective in the Past
    The re-authorization of the federal law requiring data on police shootings due to "excessive force" did not produce any useful results last time around, says Glen Ford of the Black Agenda Report.

      December 16, 2014

    Will the New Federal Racial Profiling Guidelines Have Any Impact? (2/3)
    In an interview with Sharmini Peries, Naomi Murakawa, the author of "The First Civil Right: How Liberals Built Prison America," examines if the new guidelines will address systemic problems in local police departments

      December 16, 2014

    Sharpton-Led March Alienates Youth Activists
    Youth groups in Washington organized an alternative protest after the main march, calling for more radical action

      December 15, 2014

    Nader: Federal Budget For Militarism, Against the People
    Consumer advocate and activist Ralph Nader says the Democratic party is incapable of defending the American people from the worst Republican party in history

      December 14, 2014

    Will the E.U. Hold the U.S. Accountable for Torture?
    Vijay Prashad says the torture report is unclear about the chain of command, but the international community is making moves to hold those in power accountable

      December 14, 2014

    Hundreds of Thousands of Wrongfully Purged Votes Could Have Cost Dems Midterm Elections
    Investigative journalist Greg Palast discusses his award winning series "Jim Crow Returns" for Aljazeera America on how hundreds of thousands of mostly low income and people of color were purged from voting rolls in the midterm election

      December 16, 14

    CIA Director Brennan Retreats on Intelligence and Torture Claims
    McClatchy reporter Jonathan Landay says the CIA torture report is putting political pressure on the U.S. administration, but is unlikely to lead to any criminal prosecution

      December 14, 14

    The Torturers: Donald Rumsfeld, President George W. Bush, Dick Cheney
    The heavily redacted report on torture does not include Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo, says Michael Ratner, President Emeritus of the Center for Constitutional Rights

      December 14, 14

    Will the New Federal Racial Profiling Guidelines have Any Impact? (1/3)
    In an interview with Sharmini Peries, Naomi Murakawa, the author of The First Civil Right, How Liberals Built Prison America, says Department of Justice's new guidelines against racial profiling gives a green light to certain forms of profiling

      December 15, 2014

    CIA Torture Report Incomplete as Key Documents Remain Withheld
    Investigative journalist Marcy Wheeler says the Obama administration is using the CIA to protect itself and Bush-era officials from being legally implicated in war crimes

      December 14, 14

    Official Stats Show Black Unemployment Rate 50% Higher Than Whites
    Obama's programs to address African-American unemployment are dependent on white philanthropy and goodwill; they don't address the root problem of white racism, says Glen Ford of the Black Agenda Report

      December 9, 14

    Is a New Freedom Budget the Solution to Economic Inequality?
    Activist Kali Akuno and historian Paul Le Blanc discuss the abandoned Freedom Budget of the Civil Rights Movement and how it could be revived to address race and class disparities

      December 8, 14

    Body Cameras Bring No Accountability for Police Brutality in Albuquerque
    Max Blumenthal says the city's police have killed citizens without provocation and faced no penalty

      December 9, 14

    Why the American Justice System Is Failing Us (1/2)
    Kamau K. Franklin and Faraji Muhammad in a conversation on their plans for a national day of action to address police brutality on Martin Luther King's birthday

      December 5, 14

    Can Corporations Help Save Baltimore's Crumbling Water System? (1/2)
    Emanuele Lobina, author of a new report "Troubled Waters" argues private water companies could spell disaster for the city's water system

      December 4, 14

    #BlackoutBlackFriday Targets Retailers as Protests Continue against Ferguson Grand Jury
    Demonstrations target major retailers around the country for economic and racial justice

      December 1, 14

    Will the Demands of Ferguson Protests Be Met By The DOJ?
    Black Agenda Report Executive Editor Glen Ford says lasting change can come through dismantling of the mass incarceration system, turning away from the Black "misleadership" class, and direct action by those most directly affected

      December 2, 14

    How the Military Fails U.S. Veterans
    Col. Larry Wilkerson, former chief of staff to Colin Powell, describes what can be done

      December 2, 14

    Republican Challenge on Immigration Disingenuous
    If the Republicans were genuinely concerned about the impact of immigration on labor, they would push for cuts to temporary guestworker programs - but they have been staunch defenders of them, says William Spriggs, Chief Economist to the AFL-CIO

      December 3, 14

    Almost Impossible to Indict a Cop
    Chase Madar tells Paul Jay that it's not just an institutional problem, that the law itself protects police abuse

      November 27, 14

    Police Brutality Towards Black People Has Historically Gone Unchecked
    Professor Gerald Horne and civil rights organizer Kevin Alexander Gray say the Ferguson grand jury decision is in line with U.S. history, and discuss whether a Department of Justice investigation would yield different results

      November 26, 14

    Workers vs. Undocumented Immigrants: The Politics of Divide & Conquer
    Former labor organizer Bill Barry discusses the tenuous relationship between the working class and undocumented workers, and the forces that keep these groups at odds

      November 29, 14

    "Democracy on Fire": Protestors Respond to Grand Jury's Failure to Indict Mike Brown's Killer
    The Real News speaks to Rev. Osagyefo Uhuru Sekou, Black Agenda Report's Glen Ford and former Black Panther Eddie Conway for their reactions to the decision of a St. Louis County grand jury not to indict Darren Wilson

      December 31, 1969

    Is Obama's Immigration Action Too Little, Too Late?
    DREAM Action Coalition organizer Erika Andiola describes how millions, including her mother, will be excluded from the action and says a comprehensive immigration plan deals with why undocumented immigrants come to the U.S. in the first place

      December 3, 14

    Hagel Resigns - A Look at His Record
    IPS fellow Phyllis Bennis and Just Foreign Policy's Robert Naiman discuss Hagel's actions on Afghanistan, ISIS, and the Pentagon budget

      November 25, 14

    G-20 Recommits to Lifting Private Sector Activity (2/2)
    The G-20 Club, rather than reducing inequality and poverty, create the conditions whereby it is exacerbated, says Leo Panitch, author of The Making of Global Capitalism

      November 23, 14

    The Life and Times of Emory Douglas, Minister of Culture in the Black Panther Party (3/3)
    Marc Steiner concludes his discussion with former Black Panther Emory Douglas

      November 23, 14

    Seattle Begins Police Reforms in Wake of Federal Civil Rights Investigation
    Reporter Ansel Herz discusses the Seattle mayor adopting reforms after a federal investigation found the Seattle police force carried out discriminatory practices

      November 21, 14

    Despite Senate Vote on Keystone XL, Tar Sands Oil Will Still Reach the Gulf
    Obama has quietly approved the Alberta Clipper, a cross-border pipeline between the U.S and Canada that will connect with the southern half of the Keystone XL pipeline, say journalists Steve Horn of DeSmogBlog and Cherri Foytlin of bridgethegulfproject.org

      November 19, 14

    The Life and Times of Emory Douglas, Minister of Culture in the Black Panther Party (2/3)
    Marc Steiner continues his discussion with former Black Panther Emory Douglas

      November 18, 14

    G20 Summit Failed to Seriously Address Global Problems
    Economist James Henry says the annual G20 summit has a tendency to focus on last week's news rather than fixing long-term issues like tax reform, infrastructural investment, and climate change

      November 18, 14

    The Life and Times of Emory Douglas, Minister of Culture in the Black Panther Party (1/3)
    The first part of Marc Steiner's discussion with former Black Panther Emory Douglas

      November 14, 14

    Obama Administration Leaves Door Wide Open for Torture to Occur Again
    The Obama administration should be judged by its actions, not by its pious words, says Michael Ratner, president emeritus of the Center for Constitutional Rights

      November 16, 14

    The Post-Bankruptcy Plan for Detroit
    The bankruptcy plan is a blow to retirees and falls short of addressing the circumstances that led to the bankruptcy in the first place, say journalist Curt Guyette and Rev. David Alexander Bullock

      November 13, 14

    US-China Climate Accord is Neither "Historic" nor a "Landmark"
    While it is important for China and the US, the two largest CO2 emitters, to walk hand in hand in cooperation, the agreement lacks "all of the above strategies" required to achieve the necessary reductions, says Janet Redman of IPS and Professor Minqi Li of the University of Utah

      November 15, 14

    The Slippery Slope of More Troops in Iraq Leads To Vietnam
    Col. Larry Wilkerson says if the U.S. strategy against the Islamic State in Iraq does not focus on supporting Iraqi fighting forces to do the heavy lifting, we could end up with full-scale war like we did in Vietnam

      November 29, 14

    Katrina vanden Heuvel on Interviewing Edward Snowden (2/2)
    Marc Steiner continues his conversation with Katrina vanden Heuvel, editor and publisher of The Nation, who recently interviewed Edward Snowden in Moscow

      November 13, 14

    How Will the GOP-Controlled Senate Affect Trade Deals?
    In the second part of our series, we look at how the new Republican majority will complicate Obama's efforts to move forward on two trade deals, TPP and T-TIP.

      November 11, 14

    Katrina vanden Heuvel on Interviewing Edward Snowden (1/2)
    Marc Steiner talks to Katrina vanden Heuvel, editor and publisher of The Nation, who recently interviewed Edward Snowden in Moscow

      November 7, 14

    Hedges & Wolin: Can Capitalism and Democracy Coexist? (8/8)
    Journalist Chris Hedges and political philosopher Sheldon Wolin conclude their interview with a discussion on the problems of revolution and power

      November 7, 14

    Hedges & Wolin: Can Capitalism and Democracy Coexist? (7/8)
    Journalist Chris Hedges and political philosopher Sheldon Wolin continue their discussion of the threats faced by democratic institutions

      November 6, 14

    Maryland Post-Election Redux: What's Next for the Left?
    Dr. Jared Ball talks movement making and voter apathy in the deeply blue state of Maryland now that a Republican is the governor-elect

      November 8, 14

    Most Expensive Off Year Election in History
    The real election results are that we had the lowest voter turn out in decades and voter repudation of Congress and Obama, says Tom Ferguson, professor of political science at the University of Massachusetts, Boston

      November 6, 14

    North Carolina's Moral Mondays Movement Looks Past Election Day
    Robert Dawkins and Bryan Perlmutter discuss how voters in this year's most expensive campaign are subject to 2-hour wait times & inadequately prepared polling stations, and also speak about the Democrats' connection to the grassroots

      November 5, 14

    US Elections: Theater with Deadly Consequences
    Col. Lawrence Wilkerson and Paul Jay discuss how the media helps create a charade of democracy, and makes a fortune doing it

      November 5, 14

    Wisconsin Gubernatorial Race to Determine Direction of State's Minimum Wage, Labor Issues
    Money in Politics' Bill Lueders and Laura Dresser from the Center on Wisconsin Strategy discuss campaign finance, minimum wage, and labor rights in Wisconsin's closely watched gubernatorial race between incumbent Republican Scott Walker and Democratic challenger Mary Burke

      November 5, 14

    How Will the Midterms Affect Climate Change & Fracking Policy?
    Daphne Wysham from the Center for Sustainable Economy says a Republican- controlled Senate will be a climate disaster, while Steve Horn from DeSmogBlog says the fracking industry is outspending activists in order to thwart anti-fracking ballot initiatives

      November 5, 14

    How the No-Fly Zone in Ferguson Became the No-Justice Zone
    FAA complied with a request by federal authorities to ban media helicopters from covering police conduct during the protest, but Glen Ford, executive editor of Black Agenda Report, asks: does it really matter?

      November 4, 14



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