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200,000 Rally For Climate Justice in DC
On Trumps hundredth day, marchers across the country demand an end to fossil fuel regime
DATE: | LENGTH: 07:38

View More of Our D.C. People's Climate March Coverage
Check here for updates as we continue to post more videos for the PCM
DATE: 2017-04-29

Bill McKibben: People's Climate March
At the People's Climate March,'s Bill McKibben explains his critique of Justin Trudeau
DATE: 2017-04-29 | LENGTH: 02:09

Avi Lewis: People's Climate March
In an exclusive interview at the People's Climate March, Canadian activist and author Avi Lewis and Dimitri Lascaris discuss the Leap Manifesto's demand for a just transition to a green economy and the movement in Canada, the US and beyond
DATE: 2017-04-29 | LENGTH: 17:52

Vien Truong: People's Climate March
TRNN interviews Vien Truong at the People's Climate March
DATE: 2017-04-29 | LENGTH: 05:14

TRNN Global Climate Change Reports


Maura Healey: People's Climate March
At the People's Climate March, Massachusetts Attorney General Healey demands accountability for #whatExxonknew about their products' disastrous affects on climate change
DATE: 2017-04-29 | LENGTH: 05:39

Dallas Goldtooth: People's Climate March
At the People's Climate March, the Indigenous Environmental Network's Dallas Goldtooth explains the importance of the current surge in indigenous environmental activism under Trump's tyrannical administration
DATE: 2017-04-29 | LENGTH: 05:04

Time to Buy Out Fossil Fuel Corporations - Gar Alperovitz on Reality Asserts Itself
The Next System Project's Gar Alperovitz tells Paul Jay that the Federal Reserve should use quantitive easing, i.e. create money, to take Big Oil companies out of the equation and finance a massive green infrastructure program
DATE: 2017-04-28 | LENGTH: 23:21

Trump Defunding Science a Threat to Civilization (pt. 2)
Climate Scientist, Dr. Michael E. Mann on why Scientists' voices must be heard
DATE: 2017-04-29 | LENGTH: 04:53

Trump's Immigration Restrictions Limits Progress of Science
Rush Holt, Head of world's biggest science organization says legislation must be based on evidence
DATE: 2017-04-29 | LENGTH: 06:25

Climate Change is a Public Health Threat
Leading public health doctor, Georges C. Benjamin says Climate Change is making Americans sick
DATE: 2017-04-29 | LENGTH: 03:57

Most of Brazil Paralyzed as Unions Implement One-Day General Strike
The strike is in response to draconian labor and pension reforms that the government of President Temer is trying to push through as rapidly as possible explains Mike Fox from Brazil
DATE: 2017-04-29 | LENGTH: 14:16

Just How Environmental Are Canada's Environmental Policies?
Tzeporah Berman, the Executive Director of PowerUp Canada, explains that the Trudeau's government's environmental policies are an important improvement over the previous government, but it is far from enough
DATE: 2017-04-29 | LENGTH: 18:10

Trump Defunding Science a Threat to Civilization
Climate Scientist, Dr. Michael E. Mann on why Scientists' voices must be heard
DATE: 2017-04-28 | LENGTH: 09:36

Freddie Gray and the Baltimore Uprising
Eddie Conway says that if the riots of 1968 were a 10, the 2015 Baltimore Uprising was a 1.
DATE: 2017-04-28 | LENGTH: 02:08

Activism Won Net Neutrality - Can it Stop Trump's FCC from Rolling it Back?
Craig Aaron of Free Press says the fight to stop FCC chair Ajit Pai's attempt to undo net neutrality, which protects equal access to internet content, depends on a resurgence of the grassroots activism that helped push it through in 2015.
DATE: 2017-04-28 | LENGTH: 13:02

Britain's Labour Party Leader Undermined by Labour Members of Parliament
Thomas Barlow, the Senior Editor of Real Media, analyzes the electoral panorama for the upcoming June 8 general election in Britain
DATE: 2017-04-28 | LENGTH: 09:34

Iran Can Work With U.S. if Trump Drops the Threats
In part two of our interview, former senior Iranian diplomat Seyed Hossein Mousavian discusses the threat of a worsening proxy war in Yemen, Iran's support for Bashar al-Assad, the upcoming Iranian presidential elections, and the possibility for Tehran-Washington cooperation on Syria and other Middle East issues.
DATE: 2017-04-28 | LENGTH: 17:25

Will Maryland Pioneer Offshore Wind Farming in America?
Despite a climate-denying federal government, two new offshore wind farms could bring thousands of clean jobs to Maryland's Sparrow's Point
DATE: 2017-04-27 | LENGTH: 08:08

Environmental InJustice: The Poisoning of East Chicago
Lead in the water. Arsenic in the soil. East Chicago residents sound off on representatives from EPA and HUD, about how their community resources were contaminated for decades by industry. For the extended version of this story, click here
DATE: 2017-04-28 | LENGTH: 08:31

TRNN Replay: The Story of the 2015 Baltimore Uprising Told Through the Voices of the People
The TRNN staff's coverage of the transformative year when the people demanded to be heard
DATE: 2015-12-28 | LENGTH: 25:13

TRNN Replay: What Conditions Gave Rise to the Baltimore Uprising?
Community activists Marisela Gomez, Kimberly Ellis, and Shaquayah McKenzie also discuss the conversations in the media about Black life and Baltimore
DATE: 2015-05-04 | LENGTH: 25:34

Why Do Politicians Ignore Environmental Issues?
Nina Turner, the former Ohio State Senator, argues that environmental issues don't reach politicians' radar because they disproportionately affect poor communities and because big donors don't want them to
DATE: 2017-04-27 | LENGTH: 14:58

Trump Unveils Outline of his Pro-Corporate Tax Plan
Trump would be one of the main beneficiaries of his own tax reform proposal, benefitting from the lowering of "pass-through" income, says CEPR's Dean Baker
DATE: 2017-04-27 | LENGTH: 08:03

UN Panel Strives to Improve Access to Medicines
We are not against intellectual property protection, but we want to see that health prevails when there is a conflict, explains legendary Brazilian Ambassador Celso Amorim in discussing recommendations of the UN High Level Panel on Access to Medicines
DATE: 2017-04-27 | LENGTH: 20:54

District Courts Continue to Challenge Trump's Travel Bans
Bill Black, former financial regulator says banning Muslims is unconstitutional, we can not discriminate based on religion in this country
DATE: 2017-04-27 | LENGTH: 10:19

Judge Blocks Trump's Targeting of "Sanctuary Cities," Ahead of May 1st Immigrant Rights Protest
Scholar Aviva Chomsky says while Trump has ramped up anti-immigrant rhetoric, he's continuing policies that originate under Democratic administrations.
DATE: 2017-04-26 | LENGTH: 10:43

Dutch Arms Dealer Who Fueled Liberian Civil War Convicted
Andrew Feinstein, the author of The Shadow World, recounts the background of Guus Kouwenhoven's involvement in arms dealing for Liberia's civil war
DATE: 2017-04-27 | LENGTH: 13:51

Former Astronaut: Can't Hide Climate Data
Leland Melvin says we must use science to ensure our children's future
DATE: 2017-04-27 | LENGTH: 04:23

U.S. Threatens Nuclear Deal it Admits Iran Respects - How Will Tehran Respond?
In part one of our interview, Seyed Hossein Mousavian, a former senior Iranian diplomat, analyzes the Trump administration's "review" of the Iran nuclear agreement despite acknowledging that Tehran is fulfilling its obligations.
DATE: 2017-04-26 | LENGTH: 13:55

Trump Team Turns On Wikileaks Co-Founder Julian Assange
Glen Ford of the Black Agenda Report says Trump is trying to "normalize" his presidency by doing what US intelligence services want.
DATE: 2017-04-26 | LENGTH: 10:57

Israel Acknowledges Use of Computer Algorithm For Palestinian Arrests
Mass arrests of over 400 Palestinians were the result of a computer algorithm based on their social media usage, explains TRNN's Shir Hever
DATE: 2017-04-26 | LENGTH: 11:21

Unemployment Rate Hides the Historically Low Employment Rate
Doug Henwood explains how employment relative to total population reveals a better image of employment than the unemployment rate. Using this measure, employment is nowhere near where it was before the Great Recession.
DATE: 2017-04-26 | LENGTH: 12:18

Countdown to People's Climate March
TRNN caught up with Bill Nye at the March for Science on Earth Day
DATE: 2017-04-26 | LENGTH: 05:04

Renewable Energy Can Create Jobs, Reduce Greenhouse Gases, and Lower Energy Costs
Basav Sen, of the Institute for Policy Studies, presents an analysis of the many benefits of renewable energy
DATE: 2017-04-26 | LENGTH: 14:00

Wilkerson: Trump Admin's Iran Talk Sounds Like Bush's Pre-Iraq War
Col. Lawrence Wilkerson warns the Trump administration's rhetoric on Iran reminds him of the prelude to the Iraq war - and could be setting the stage for a U.S. regime change effort in Tehran.
DATE: 2017-04-25 | LENGTH: 17:18

French Elections: Macron Headed to the Presidential Polls on May 7th is Expected to Knock Out Le Pen
French media and the economic establishment made Macron the winner in the Sunday presidential ran-off say Alex Main of the Centre for Economic Policy and Research
DATE: 2017-04-25 | LENGTH: 17:11

Sanders' Inspired 'Our Revolution' to Empower Local Chapters
Our Revolution's Nina Turner and Larry Cohen tell The Real News that Sanders' fundraising juggernaut will support progressives, including those outside the Democratic Party
DATE: 2017-04-25 | LENGTH: 12:05

London's March for Science Targets Brexit
Scientists and activists in London also organized a March for Science on Earth Day. One of the issues was how Brexit would impact Britain's commitment to counter climate change
DATE: 2017-04-25 | LENGTH: 02:09

Temporary Truce in a Democratic Party Civil War: The Sanders & Perez Unity Tour
Bernie Sanders says fight the billionaire class and DNC Chair Tom Perez refuses to say it; the TRNN panel asks if/when Bernie should leave the party
DATE: 2017-04-23 | LENGTH: 16:06

The System is Based on Profit
In part one of a two-part interview, artist and activist Paul Rucker discusses his work and how it relates to mass incarceration in the United States. Rucker also touches on the upcoming Millions for Prisoners Human Rights March and what it should address.
DATE: 2017-04-24 | LENGTH: 13:30

When Science Strikes Back: March for Science Draws Many Thousands Worldwide
Trump's hostile posturing against environmental protections and promised budget cuts on scientific government agencies stoked the ire of the nation's scientists and science supporters
DATE: 2017-04-23 | LENGTH: 07:47

Real News Roundtable: Maddow Response & Liberal Hawkishness on Russia, Iran
In part one of our roundtable, The Real News Network's Paul Jay, Kim Brown, and Aaron Mate discuss the response to Mate's critique of Rachel Maddow's Russia coverage.
DATE: 2017-04-23 | LENGTH: 12:23

Debate: Green Economic Growth Vs. Slow Growth
TRNN Replay: Economists Robert Pollin and Peter Victor discuss whether ecological sustainability and economic growth can be achieved simultaneously
DATE: 2016-06-02 | LENGTH: 14:47

Maryland Disproportionately Arrests Blacks for Marijuana but Rejects Diversity in Medical Licenses
The Maryland Black Caucus has called for special session to address the fact that not one predominantly owned African-American firm has received a license to grow medical marijuana in the state
DATE: 2017-04-23 | LENGTH: 29:58

France's Presidential Election Is Wide Open
If leftist candidate Jean-Luc Melenchon wins, he does not have enough of a social movement behind him to fulfill his campaign promises says Jean Bricmont.
DATE: 2017-04-22 | LENGTH: 11:51

Earth Day Actions Take on Trump's War on Science
As President Trump rolls back environmental regulations, Scientists, Doctors and Environmentalists inaugurate first ever March for Science in huge global event. Janet Redman of Oil Change USA explains the damage the Trump administration is doing.
DATE: 2017-04-22 | LENGTH: 08:40

Massive Pro and Anti Government Protests in Venezuela
While international media focused almost exclusively on the opposition protests and clashes with the police, the pro-government protests were equally as large, says Lucas Koerner from Venezuelanalysis
DATE: 2017-04-21 | LENGTH: 15:13

20,000 Drug Cases Could be Dismissed Because of Chemist's Wrongdoing
A Massachusetts chemist who faked over 20,000 thousand drug analyses ruined countless lives says Carl Williams of the ACLU
DATE: 2017-04-21 | LENGTH: 12:57

The March for Science Seeks to Put Science on Government's Agenda
Given the Trump administration's attacks on science, the April 22 March for Science hopes give science the attention it deserves in government, says Trina Coleman of the National Society of Black Physicists
DATE: 2017-04-21 | LENGTH: 07:52

Ireland's New Rising: An Exclusive Report from The Laura Flanders Show
The question of Irish sovereignty still looms large. In this special report, Laura Flanders returns to Ireland, 30 years after first reporting on the so-called "Troubles".
DATE: 2017-04-21 | LENGTH: 25:07

Baltimore Moves Forward on Police Reform Despite Trump Pushback
The city announced openings for a civilian oversight board as the commissioner reaffirmed his pledge to reduce the department's plain clothes deployment by Taya Graham and Stephen Janis
DATE: 2017-04-21 | LENGTH: 08:14

Nina Turner on Jeff Sessions' Reefer Madness
Nina Turner and Paul Jay discuss the renewed war on drugs, including marijuana, planned by Trump's Attorney General and Head of Homeland Security
DATE: 2017-04-20 | LENGTH: 11:07

Erdogan's Deviant Referendum Manipulations Likely to Undermine His Presidency
The irregularities in Turkey's constitutional reform referendum were numerous and well documented says Conn Hallinan of Foreign Policy in Focus
DATE: 2017-04-20 | LENGTH: 15:03

Trump's "Hire American, Buy American" Is More Show than Action
CEPR co-director Dean Baker says Trump's executive order "Hire American, Buy American," to change the H-1B work visa, does nothing, but the program should be changed to attract higher skilled workers.
DATE: 2017-04-20 | LENGTH: 10:35

Profits Can be Made from Catastrophes With Disaster Capitalism
Antony Loewenstein, author of Disaster Capitalism: Making a Killing Out of Catastrophe, says companies that make profits from disasters around the world also have a vested interest in maintaining these disasters
DATE: 2017-04-20 | LENGTH: 11:09

Lead Poisoning: Baltimore's Forgotten Public Health Crisis (2/2)
In part two, our expert panel discusses how to solve Baltimore's lead poisoning epidemic
DATE: 2017-04-20 | LENGTH: 20:35

UK Elections Called Before Full Impact of Austerity Kicks In
May's decision to call a snap election is an opportunistic move, she also has an eye on the electoral arenas in France and Germany says Prof. Leo Panitch co-editor of the 2016 Socialist Register titled "The Politics of the Right"
DATE: 2017-04-19 | LENGTH: 16:21

Brazil's Corruption Investigation Expands to Almost Entire Political Class
The corruption investigation of Brazilian politicians expanded dramatically and is less biased against the center-left. However, the danger is that it will lead to de-politicization and opportunistic anti-politics explains Brazil analyst Alex Hochuli
DATE: 2017-04-19 | LENGTH: 11:41

Lead Poisoning: Baltimore's Forgotten Public Health Crisis (1/2)
On latest episode of The Real Baltimore we host an expert panel on "the most preventable public health threat" facing the city
DATE: 2017-04-19 | LENGTH: 29:45

Vaughn Rebellion Continues to Underscore Need for Prison Abolition, Activist Says
Kim Wilson and Eddie Conway discuss the ongoing nationwide repression of prisoners demanding human rights, ahead of the Millions for Prisoners Human Rights March on August 19th
DATE: 2017-04-19 | LENGTH: 11:54

Wilkerson on North Korea Crisis: U.S. Should Stop the Threats & Own Up to its Role
Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson, former Chief of Staff to Colin Powell, says the U.S. should resolve the North Korea nuclear crisis through negotiations and should reckon with the impact of its previous actions.
DATE: 2017-04-17 | LENGTH: 20:19

El Salvador Passes Historic Ban on Metal Mining
The Central American country is the first country in the world to establish a blanket ban on metal mining, protecting the environment following a 12-year political struggle
DATE: 2017-04-18 | LENGTH: 18:11

Over 1,000 Palestinian Prisoners On Hunger Strike in Protest Against Inhumane Conditions
Sahar Francis, Director of the Adameer prisoner support NGO, explains how this is the largest such strike since 2012 and how it has its roots in the different legal systems for Palestinians and Israelis.
DATE: 2017-04-18 | LENGTH: 11:43

Germany's Left Must Find a New Strategy to Stop the Rise of the Right
Michael Brie, of Germany's Die Linke, explains that the German left needs to strengthen solidarity with those who have been excluded from Germany's economic successes
DATE: 2017-04-18 | LENGTH: 10:47

Iran's Deep State is Unhappy with President Rouhani
Professor Muhammad Sahimi explains how Iran's behind-the-scenes powers are trying to position a hardliner for Iran's next presidential election. Trump's hard line on Iran would encourage Iran's "deep state" to respond accordingly
DATE: 2017-04-17 | LENGTH: 15:27

British Rendition Process "Worse than Guantanamo"
Britain has a rendition and detention process in place that is worse than the US system says Clive Stafford Smith of the human rights group Reprieve
DATE: 2017-04-17 | LENGTH: 08:48

Standard of Living Declined in Britain Due to Government Austerity
A new study shows that the standard of living in the UK has dropped for the first time since 2014. This is the result of government austerity says economist John Weeks
DATE: 2017-04-16 | LENGTH: 12:11

Trump Administration Is Removing Climate Change Research from Government Websites
Victoria Herrmann of the Arctic Institute explains how her research and that of others have been removed from government websites and this is happening at the worst possible moment for climate change research
DATE: 2017-04-16 | LENGTH: 12:09

Opposition Protests in Venezuela Lead to Six Deaths
Clashes between protesters and police continued throughout the week in Venezuela, but polls indicate that the government is recuperating popularity and most Venezuelans disagree with opposition tactics says Lucas Koerner of
DATE: 2017-04-15 | LENGTH: 12:51

France's Left Presidential Candidate Melenchon Rising Rapidly in Polls
Jean-Luc Melenchon's rise in the polls could lead to a political upheaval in France, should he make it to the run-off vote on April 23, says Renaud Lambert of Le Monde Diplomatique
DATE: 2017-04-15 | LENGTH: 09:50

Trump's Massive Bomb and Syrian Strike Both Deadly Propaganda Events
Vijay Prashad and Paul Jay ask if the US "mother of all bombs" dropped on Afghanistan and the missile attack on a Syrian airbase, are PR events to show Trump and the US military will "fight without restraint" and "take on Russia"
DATE: 2017-04-13 | LENGTH: 17:37

Noam Chomsky: The Prospects for Survival
Replay of address at the Mullin Centre, UMASS Amherst
DATE: 2017-04-14 | LENGTH: 37:32

Man facing Eights Years Due to Indicted Cops Wins Release
Ivan Potts had already served two years after Baltimore cops recently indicted for racketeering and theft said he had a gun by Stephen Janis and Taya Graham
DATE: 2017-04-14 | LENGTH: 09:48

South African Demonstrators Demand Zuma's Resignation
ANC's leadership called into question as Zuma's corruption ridden Presidency is headed to an end, who will lead the country next, ponders Trevor Ngwane of the Johannesburg United Front and Professor Patrick Bond
DATE: 2017-04-13 | LENGTH: 16:34

The Russia-Maddow Show: MSNBC Host Puts Hawkish Conspiracies above Trump's Policies
The Real News Network's Aaron Mate discusses his new report for The Intercept that finds MSNBC host Rachel Maddow has recently covered the Russia-Trump issue more than all others combined. Mate argues that Maddow has pushed hawkish conspiracies that deflect attention from Trump's actual policies and fuel a dangerous anti-Russia climate
DATE: 2017-04-13 | LENGTH: 15:11

The Overlooked Past Behind U.S.-North Korea Tensions & How South Korea Could Forge Peace
Christine Hong of UC Santa Cruz and the Korea Policy Institute discusses the overlooked history behind U.S.-North Korea tensions and says the best hope for resolving them is a progressive government in South Korea willing to engage.
DATE: 2017-04-12 | LENGTH: 12:10

Corporate Tax Reform Is Needed, But Not Trump's Proposal
Dean Baker of CEPR argues that a better corporate tax reform would be to have the government hold a portion of corporations' shares and earn their dividends instead of taxing them
DATE: 2017-04-13 | LENGTH: 10:21

Wells Fargo's Board Investigation of Itself Amounts to a Farce
Bill Black explains how the Wells Fargo scandal is emblematic of the bank's corporate culture and that the fined executives are only scapegoats
DATE: 2017-04-13 | LENGTH: 11:30

Trump's Syria Attack Sanctioned by the Media
Media critic Norman Solomon says US media's uncritical coverage of Trump's Syria attack is typical and has its roots in ratings spikes and in economic ties to the military-industrial complex
DATE: 2017-04-12 | LENGTH: 14:24

Free College Tuition in New York State Draws Both Praise and Criticism
Approved by the state legislature and the governor, in-state tuition for households making under $125,000 a year will be free, but it excludes part-time and undocumented students - people that activist/organizer Denise Romero says ought to be included in the plan
DATE: 2017-04-12 | LENGTH: 11:21

Northern Cheyenne Challenge Trump Over Coal Mining
Jace Killsback, President of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe, and Jenny Harbine of Earth Justice talk about the impact the lifting of the coal mining moratorium will have on communities and on climate change
DATE: 2017-04-12 | LENGTH: 17:31

Despite Fightback, Top Principals Say Schools Still Facing Painful Layoffs, Increased Class Sizes
On the latest episode of The Real Baltimore, leading principals Ashley Cook, Job Grotsky and Matt Hornbeck discuss what equitable funding would mean for Baltimore public schools, the advantages enjoyed by charter schools, and what it takes to make a school 'great'.
DATE: 2017-04-11 | LENGTH: 29:58

After U.S. Bombing, What's Next for Syria?
Joshua Landis, head of the Center for Middle East Studies at the University of Oklahoma, analyzes the circumstances surrounding last week's chemical attack in Idlib and where the Syrian civil war stands following the U.S. bombing of a Syrian airfield
DATE: 2017-04-12 | LENGTH: 08:57

Wilkerson: Trump Attack on Syria Driven by Domestic Politics
Former Chief of Staff to Colin Powell, Col. Lawrence Wilkerson, tells Paul Jay that the Syrian Government may not be responsible for the chemical attack and that Trump's response was a violation of international law
DATE: 2017-04-07 | LENGTH: 17:44

Trump Attack on Syria a Deadly Political Game and Reflection of Deep Systemic Crisis
Gerald Horne and Paul Jay discuss the cynical politics behind the attack and the decay and dysfunctionality of the American state
DATE: 2017-04-08 | LENGTH: 16:55

Anti-Civil Rights Judge Neil Gorsuch Sworn In As Supreme Court Justice
Kyle Barry of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund says that Gorsuch has a long record of hostility towards civil rights and in favor of big business
DATE: 2017-04-11 | LENGTH: 11:26

What's Causing the Winter Haze in China?
Attempts to slow down the existing conditions with emission reduction legislation and return of Eurasia sea ice will take substantial amount of time says Professor Yuhang Wang of the Georgia Institute of Technology
DATE: 2017-04-11 | LENGTH: 12:53

India and Israel Sign Unprecedented $2 Billion Arms Deal
New Israeli missiles in the arms deal serve no real purpose for India says TRNN's Shir Hever
DATE: 2017-04-11 | LENGTH: 09:38

Labor Leaders Reflect on the Loss of Dr. King
On the 49th anniversary of Dr. King's death - the 50th anniversary of his Vietnam and Beyond speech - Baltimore SEIU organizers talk about King's legacy and how Baltimore and the US have changed since.
DATE: 2017-04-11 | LENGTH: 11:10

The Whole Bushel: "We Woke"
In this episode of the Whole Bushel, rapper/activist Eze Jackson sits down with Producer Kariz Marcel to discuss his new sound, afro EDM; and the state of education and the arts. This was the first ever filmed episode of TWB, shot in the shell of "Ida B's Table, a new restaurant currently being built in the Real News Media Center.
DATE: 2017-04-11 | LENGTH: 26:04

Pocomoke Remains Divided After Another Close Election
Supporters of the the town's first black police chief who was fired in 2015 failed to win at the ballot box again, but vow to fight on by Stephen Janis and Taya Graham
DATE: 2017-04-11 | LENGTH: 06:32

Did Bipartisan Russia Hysteria Help Fuel Trump's Rush to Bomb Assad?
In part two of our interview, journalist Rania Khalek argues that the U.S. strike on the Assad regime continues policy that tacitly helps Al Qaeda and ISIS, all the while raising the threat of conflict with Russia - a threat exacerbated by the recent bipartisan frenzy over President Trump's ties to Moscow.
DATE: 2017-04-10 | LENGTH: 14:08

Baltimore's Mack Lewis Gym: Uplifting Youth through Boxing
TRNN visits Mack Lewis gym and speaks to members about how it serves as a vital safe-haven and community hub
DATE: 2017-04-10 | LENGTH: 09:30

Heritage Foundation Provided Blueprint for Trump's Budget
The Heritage Foundation's ties to the Trump administration are very extensive and his budget proposal shows it, according to In These Times writer Theo Anderson
DATE: 2017-04-09 | LENGTH: 12:02

Congress' Assault on Climate Science Heats Up
Dr Michael Mann who appeared as witness at Congressional climate change Hearing says Scientists upcoming March on Washington unprecedented
DATE: 2017-04-07 | LENGTH: 14:41

Black Lives Matter Case in Maine in Limbo
18 Black Lives Matter activists were arrested last July in Portland, Maine, and their case has been on hold ever since the case's judge recused himself
DATE: 2017-04-09 | LENGTH: 10:25

US Syria Strike Was Illegal, No Matter Who Carried Out Gas Attack
Trump is receiving praise for his swift decision to bomb the Syrian airbase allegedly responsible for carrying out Tuesday's gas attack, but Institute for Policy Studies Fellow Phyllis Bennis says the President's grounds for action are shaky at best
DATE: 2017-04-07 | LENGTH: 22:57

As U.S. Politicians and Pundits Cheer Syria Bombing, Will ISIS and Al Qaeda Benefit?
Independent journalist Rania Khalek discusses the near-uniform media and political support for President Trump's decision to bomb a Syrian military airfield, the need for an independent investigation into the Idlid chemical attack, and why she thinks the U.S. strike may benefit ISIS and Al Qaeda.
DATE: 2017-04-08 | LENGTH: 12:23,, The Real News Network, Real News Network, The Real News, Real News, Real News For Real People, IWT are trademarks and service marks of Independent World Television inc. "The Real News" is the flagship show of IWT and The Real News Network.

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