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Is Russia a Threat?
Alleged election-meddling aside, there is a great deal of exaggeration of Russia's power and of its threat to the U.S., says author and scholar Vijay Prashad
DATE: 2018-02-19 | LENGTH: 19:21

Wilkerson: The Trump-Netanyahu Iran Plan Means War
As Benjamin Netanyahu threatens war, Col. Lawrence Wilkerson says that in targeting Iran, the U.S. and Israel are threatening wider conflict in Syria and Lebanon
DATE: 2018-02-19 | LENGTH: 12:47

President Ramaphosa: From Militant Revolutionary to Corporate Magnate
The ANC's revolutionary leadership became low level allies of international capital and of all forms of exploitation of the working peoples of Southern Africa says scholar Horace G. Campbell.
DATE: 2018-02-19 | LENGTH: 29:16

Were Baltimore's Corrupt Cops High When They Made Attempted Murder Arrest?
Court hearing mentions allegations that members of the Gun Trace Task Force were using drugs when they responded to call in case where they will be forced to testify for defense
DATE: 2018-02-20

Empire Files: In the Deadliest Country for Unions & Social Leaders
In 2017, murders of social leaders, union organizers and indigenous activists in Colombia hit a new high since the historic peace agreement. Empire Files' Abby Martin goes to Colombia to document the increasingly deadly situation for human rights activists. Watch more on teleSUR
DATE: 2018-02-20 | LENGTH: 18:52

A New 'Cancer Alley' for Appalachia
The Trump administration, the Chinese government, and major petrochemical companies are moving forward with a new multibillion-dollar petrochemical hub in Appalachia. The project raises health and environmental concerns, and suffers from serious conflict of interest problems, journalist Steve Horn reports
DATE: 2018-02-19 | LENGTH: 14:17

Colombian Peace Agreement with FARC on the Brink of Collapse
The peace agreement that the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia signed last year is on the verge of collapse, as violence against social leaders and former FARC fighters continues unabated
DATE: 2018-02-19 | LENGTH: 15:44

Philippine War on Drugs a Cover for President Duterte's Fascism?
President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines is waging an all-out war on drugs and drug addicts, with as many as 12,000 killed since it started in mid 2016. With backing from the Trump administration, Duterte is also using this war to crack down on leftist rebels and other critics
DATE: 2018-02-19 | LENGTH: 17:50

Mother of Woman Shot by Baltimore County Police Speaks Out
Korryn Gaines' mother Rhanda Dormeus discusses her daughter's death, her grandson's trauma, and police force
DATE: 2018-02-19

South Africa: Criminality and Deep Rot in the ANC Will Continue Under New President Ramaphosa (2/2)
South Africa's new President Cyril Ramaphosa has been part of the ANC leadership for decades, aiding and abetting in the very criminality he now pledges to eradicate, says Vishwas Satgar. Watch part 1
DATE: 2018-02-18 | LENGTH: 17:44

Do Russiagate Skeptics Go Too Far?
As top intelligence officials warn of Russian meddling in the upcoming mid-terms, John Feffer of Lobelog and Foreign Policy in Focus joins TRNN's Aaron Mate to discuss Feffer's new article arguing that some progressive critics are going too far in dismissing the Russiagate narrative
DATE: 2018-02-18 | LENGTH: 23:43

The Return of Berlusconi: Can A Fractured Left Defeat Him?
Uncertainty reigns as Italy gears up for an election on March 4, with most observers saying it will end with a hung parliament. University of Bologna Professor Raffaele Laudani discusses the election's unpredictability, the weakening of the left, and Silvio Berlusconi's political comeback
DATE: 2018-02-18 | LENGTH: 19:03

Potomac Pipeline Would Be 'Another Contradiction' From Larry Hogan
Republican Governor Larry Hogan, who signed a state-wide fracking ban last year, has yet to deny the permit for a pipeline that would transport fracked gas under the Potomac River -- and time is running out
DATE: 2018-02-18 | LENGTH: 10:42

Police Union Keeps Audit Secret Despite Allegations of Massive Overtime Fraud
City officials say they can't release a long-awaited audit of officers' overtime pay due to a lawsuit filed by the police union that is still pending in federal court
DATE: 2018-02-18 | LENGTH: 04:57

Guns, Toxic Masculinity, and the Alt-Right
The FBI has confirmed it failed to act on a tip about Nikolas Cruz, the confessed shooter in the Florida high school massacre. Author David Neiwert says the shooting underscores the dangerous combination of toxic masculinity, guns, and radicalized scapegoating
DATE: 2018-02-16 | LENGTH: 11:55

Zuma's Catastrophic Presidency Ends in Forced Resignation (1/2)
South African President Jacob Zuma resigned under intense pressure from his political party, the ANC, which ordered him to step down or face a no-confidence vote. Zuma has had a disastrous effect on South Africa's nascent democracy, but a surging countermovement gives reason for hope, says Vishwas Satgar of Wits University. Watch part 2
DATE: 2018-02-14 | LENGTH: 12:04

Brother of Crooked Cop Says He Knows Who Killed Detective Suiter
As the new police commissioner names an outside investigator to look into death of Det. Sean Suiter, Det. Daniel Hersl's brother says he knows the answer
DATE: 2018-02-16 | LENGTH: 03:54

Israeli Strikes in Egypt Kept Secret for Years
Over a hundred bombings and invasions did not weaken ISIS in Sinai
DATE: 2018-02-16 | LENGTH: 04:59

As the Opioid Crisis Deepens, Will Maryland Democrats Vote to Save Lives?
Advocates say a new bill to create safe consumption spaces for drug users would save lives and money. But in a blue state that has rejected progressive ideas in the past, will lawmakers embrace the strategy?
DATE: 2018-02-16 | LENGTH: 05:48

The Free Market Threat to Democracy
Democratic institutions are not under stress--they're under aggressive attack, as unconstrained financial greed overrides democratic decisions, says economist John Weeks
DATE: 2018-02-16 | LENGTH: 25:10

Finding a SALT Tax Deduction Workaround
Trump's tax reform limits the State and Local Tax (SALT) deduction to $10,000, disproportionately affecting high-tax states with progressive policies. These states can avoid the problem, though, by shifting to payroll taxes instead of income taxes. CEPR's Dean Baker explains
DATE: 2018-02-16 | LENGTH: 11:16

Florida Shooter Is MAGA Hat-Wearing White Supremacist Who Said Mexicans Should Be Killed and Black People Should Be in Chains
Nikolas Cruz, the shooter charged with gunning down students at a Florida high school, said he hated "jews, ni**ers, immigrants" and fantasized about killing people of color.
DATE: 2018-02-15

Charter School Principal: No Evidence Privatization Is Better For Students
Pushing back against the national wave of school privatization, Baltimore principal Matt Hornbeck says equitable funding and high-quality teachers are the keys to educational excellence
DATE: 2018-02-15 | LENGTH: 13:08

Max Blumenthal in Gaza: Netanyahu Faces Scandal, Palestinians a Crisis
Reporting from the Gaza Strip, journalist and best-selling author Max Blumenthal says Netanyahu's domestic corruption case has not even registered to a besieged Palestinian population under Israeli blockade
DATE: 2018-02-15 | LENGTH: 14:00

Trump's Infrastructure Fantasy a Gift to His Donors
The Trump plan promotes the mythology of private sector efficiency and creates private sector monopolies. The danger is that this allows monopolies to charge substantially more than what public goods such as water, roads and railways actually cost
DATE: 2018-02-15 | LENGTH: 11:17

Netanyahu Could Fall for Corruption, Not War Crimes
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's political future is in jeopardy, but his most serious crimes have nothing to do with the corruption charges that he may face, says Shir Hever
DATE: 2018-02-14 | LENGTH: 10:20

Climate Change Costs Insurance Companies Billions, And Price is Rising
Insurance claims due to climate change-related disasters reached a record $135 billion in 2017. That should be a big wake-up call to the insurance industry, says Carbon Tracker CEO Anthony Hobley
DATE: 2018-02-15 | LENGTH: 06:51

Trump's Budget Declares War on Forgotten America
Across the country, legislators and advocates say President Trump's budget and infrastructure plans would siphon resources and wealth off the needy to benefit the wealthy
DATE: 2018-02-14 | LENGTH: 05:12

West Virginia Woman Removed From Legislature After Exposing Fossil Fuel Contributions to Lawmakers
A woman drove 100 miles to West Virginia's state capitol to testify against invasive drilling legislation, but was pulled off the House floor for highlighting how fossil fuel money corrupts politics, Ben Norton reports.
DATE: 2018-02-14 | LENGTH: 03:26

Leftist Hopeful's Lead Signals Upheaval for Mexico
Leftist presidential candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador enjoys a double-digit lead in Mexico's presidential race despite an active smear campaign against him. A tactical alliance between divided leftist groups might still be possible, says John Ackerman
DATE: 2018-02-14 | LENGTH: 20:44

Wilkerson: From Trump Parade to Budget, There's 'Too Much Military'
As President Trump requests a military parade, Congress has approved a new budget that increases military spending to record levels. Lawrence Wilkerson, former chief of staff to Colin Powell, says that from Trump's cabinet on down, there is "too much military."
DATE: 2018-02-12 | LENGTH: 10:39

Trump's Budget and Infrastructure Plans Threaten Environment
Sierra Club Executive Director Michael Brune says that both proposals will create more pollution and exacerbate climate change, serving fossil fuel donors' interests at the expense of the environment
DATE: 2018-02-14 | LENGTH: 11:49

Catharsis and Corruption in Wake of Dirty Cop Conviction
Baltimore's Gun Trace Task Force trial ends with closure for victims and calls to ferret out further corruption at the top of police department
DATE: 2018-02-14

Confronting Trudeau on Climate Lies and Kinder Morgan Pipeline
TRNN speaks with Clayton Thomas-Muller, an indigenous and environmental activist who challenged Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's pro-pipeline rhetoric during the PM's cross-country town hall tour
DATE: 2018-02-13 | LENGTH: 11:20

Two Cops Found Guilty In Massive Police Corruption Scandal
Former Baltimore Police Commander Neill Franklin says the corruption exposed by the federal Gun Trace Task Force Trial is unavoidable consequence of America's failed 'War on Drugs'
DATE: 2018-02-13 | LENGTH: 10:36

In First Black Police Chief's Appeal, Judges Weigh Prosecutorial Misconduct, Discrimination
Former Police Chief Kelvin Sewell appeals his misconduct conviction, arguing that he was prosecuted in retaliation for a discrimination complaint. Maryland Court of Special Appeals judges press a state prosecutor for answers
DATE: 2018-02-14 | LENGTH: 09:53

City Council Committee Advances Styrofoam Ban, But Delays Implementation
A Baltimore City Council committee unanimously voted to advance a proposed ban on Styrofoam food containers, but drastically lengthened the timeline for implementation from 90 days to 18 months, as activists anxiously await the full council's decision
DATE: 2018-02-14 | LENGTH: 07:39

Trump Privatizes America
Trump's infrastructure privatization plan is a hat trick that optimistically turns $200 billion into $1.5 trillion, is designed to eliminate the public sector and to bankrupt cities and states, says economist Michael Hudson.
DATE: 2018-02-12 | LENGTH: 14:53

Is the Oil Industry Canada's 'Deep State'?
Justin Trudeau and Canada's political elite are fighting for the Tar Sands and oil industry's interests, even if it means that Canada misses its climate targets. We speak to Kevin Taft, ex-Liberal Party politician and author of 'Oil's Deep State.'
DATE: 2018-02-11 | LENGTH: 08:33

FBI Says It Has No Records on Violent Neo-Nazi Group, While Surveilling Antifascists and Black Activists
The FBI says it has no records on Identity Evropa, one of the most notorious neo-Nazi hate groups in the U.S. At the same time, the FBI is actively "investigating" antifascists and surveilling Black activists, Ben Norton reports.
DATE: 2018-02-13

Democracy in Crisis: The FBI and Dirty Cops
The Memo hysteria and a Baltimore corruption trial highlight the state of law enforcement in 2018
DATE: 2018-02-13

'Normalizing' Britain's Interest Rates by Raising Them May Slow Economy
The Bank of England announced plans to raise interest rates to combat inflation, but the actual effect will be to slow its economy and raise unemployment in light of a phantom threat, explains economist Mark Weisbrot
DATE: 2018-02-12 | LENGTH: 10:11

Koreas Talk Peace, But Does Trump Want War?
The thaw between North and South Korea at the Olympic Games culminated in an invitation to Moon Jae-in to visit Pyongyang. But the Trump administration's militarism in the region could stand in the way, says professor Christine Hong
DATE: 2018-02-13 | LENGTH: 13:04

Guilty Verdict in Gun Trace Task Force Corruption Trial
Gun Trace Task Force members Daniel Hersl and Marcus Taylor have been found guilty on a number of charges tied to racketeering, conspiracy, and fraud
DATE: 2018-02-12

Merkel's Grand Coalition Could Strengthen Germany's Far Right
Germany's Social Democratic Party and the Christian Democratic Union reached an agreement to renew their coalition-but the agreement comes at a steep cost for both parties, as the far-right AfD party continues to grow in popularity
DATE: 2018-02-13 | LENGTH: 14:03

Corporate Looting: Sub-Saharan Africa Loses $100B A Year
A recently released World Bank report shows that the wealth of sub-Saharan Africa has been steadily declining over the past several decades, as transnational corporations extract mineral wealth without adequately compensating the region, says economist Patrick Bond
DATE: 2018-02-12 | LENGTH: 14:43

Venezuelan Opposition Undecided Over Whether and Who to Run in Presidential Race
Following several months of negotiations between Venezuelan government and opposition representatives, the opposition refuses to sign the agreement, despite pressure from Spain's ex-Prime Minister. Venezuela's Charge D'Affairs in DC explains the panorama from the government's perspective
DATE: 2018-02-12 | LENGTH: 16:16

Federal Government Abdicates Responsibility for Investigating Massive Equifax Data Theft
The Consumer Finance Protection Bureau had initiated an investigation into the data of theft of data of 143 million US citizens, but now the CFPB abandoned the investigation under Trump's budget director Mulvaney. Bill Black explains the consequences
DATE: 2018-02-12 | LENGTH: 12:45

Corrupt Gun Unit Shows Why Policing Can't Be Reformed
Dr. Lawrence Brown, professor of public health at Morgan State University, says the new revelations from the Gun Trace Task Force corruption trial make it clear that we must dismantle the current law enforcement system and construct new health-driven models for keeping communities safe
DATE: 2018-02-12 | LENGTH: 16:32

Slum Clearance: Relocating Public Housing Residents Without Notice
Many residents of the Gilmor Homes housing project say they did not receive notice from Baltimore officials about the city's plan to demolish six buildings and put 40 percent of the property in private hands
DATE: 2018-02-12 | LENGTH: 05:44

Syrian War Spirals in Trump's Dangerous New Phase (1/2)
As top US officials speak openly of targeting Iran and Assad now that ISIS is defeated, reporter Ben Norton and Syrian analyst Ehsani discuss the escalating Syrian war on multiple fronts
DATE: 2018-02-11 | LENGTH: 21:00

Under its New Leader Jagmeet Singh, Will Canada's NDP Finally Call for Sanctions on Israel?
Activists Genevieve Nevin and Yazan Khader say there is strong grassroots support in the NDP for a ban on settlement products
DATE: 2018-02-11 | LENGTH: 11:29

Tillerson Tries and Fails to Rally Latin American Support for Sanctions Against Venezuela
US Secretary of State recently completed a tour of Latin American countries where he unsuccessfully tried to rally support for regional sanctions against Venezuela. However, as Venezuela's Charge D'Affairs in DC explains, US unilateral financial sanctions against Venezuela is causing significant problems for the country
DATE: 2018-02-11 | LENGTH: 19:35

Trump, Pence Rain on Koreas' Olympic Unity Parade
In a show of unity, athletes from North and South Korea marched at the Winter Olympics' Opening Ceremony under the same flag. But the Trump administration is doing its best to thwart hopes for peace on the peninsula, says Christine Ahn of Women Cross DMZ
DATE: 2018-02-09 | LENGTH: 13:35

US Ambassador Confirms Billions Spent On Regime Change in Syria, Debunking 'Obama Did Nothing' Myth
The United States spent at least $12 billion in Syria-related military and civilian expenses in the four years from 2014 through 2017, according to former U.S. ambassador Robert Ford, Ben Norton reports.
DATE: 2018-02-09

Jury Deliberates in the Gun Trace Task Force Trial
Closing arguments in the case are a battle of PowerPoints and rhetoric. Meanwhile, the new Baltimore Police Commissioner struggles to get ahead of a massive scandal
DATE: 2018-02-09

Pugh Blames Press for Baltimore's 'Perception Problem'
At an event at the Parkway Theater, Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh defended her administration and attacked the media

Trump Budget: Reaganomics + Military Keynesianism = Deficit Boom
What is really needed is massive spending on an egalitarian green economy, says economist Robert Pollin of PERI
DATE: 2018-02-08 | LENGTH: 07:50

Exxon Tells Investors Not to Worry About Climate Change, But Should They?
Exxon released a climate impact analysis that says global policies to combat climate change pose "little risk" to its investments. But the attitude of investors toward climate risk is rapidly changing as fossil fuels lose their monopoly over energy generation, says Carbon Tracker CEO Anthony Hobley
DATE: 2018-02-06 | LENGTH: 11:01

Former Police Commander: Poverty, Drug War Root Cause of Police Corruption Scandal
Neill Franklin, of Law Enforcement Action Partnership, dissects the revelations of the Gun Trace Task Force Trial and what it means for the future of policing
DATE: 2018-02-08 | LENGTH: 37:15

Unregulated Financial Markets Created a Stock Bubble
The current average price-to-earnings ratio of stocks is still far above the historic average, so we should not be surprised that there is a stock bubble and that it burst, explains PERI economist Robert Pollin
DATE: 2018-02-09 | LENGTH: 15:29

BDS Activists and Canada's Communist Party Sue the City of Montreal for Civil Rights Violations
Claims that the City of Montreal illegally confiscated 2015 electoral posters featuring a dead Palestinian child go to trial in Quebec Superior Court
DATE: 2018-02-09 | LENGTH: 14:02

Neoliberalism and the Rise of the Net Social Wage
A new paper from PERI finds that there is a sizable deviation in net social wage data in the 21st century. The study's author, Katherine A. Moos, examines possible causes-such as healthcare inflation and unemployment-and aims to explain why neoliberal governments would tolerate a growing discrepancy between labor benefits and taxation
DATE: 2018-02-09 | LENGTH: 13:05

What's Preventing California Democrats From Passing Medicare For All?
California Democratic Party leaders are rallying behind an incumbent state senator who opposes Medicare for All and has ties to the medical industry
DATE: 2018-02-08

Ram Truck's Super Bowl Ad Drives Over MLK's Legacy
Dr. Gerald Horne discusses a controversial Super Bowl ad which used King's famous "Drum Major" speech to sell Dodge Ram pickup trucks, which seemed exceedingly tone-deaf given King's fierce opposition to capitalism and consumerism
DATE: 2018-02-06 | LENGTH: 16:31

The Rise and Fall of the Stock Market: What to Expect
Economist Dean Baker says that after such a sharp run-up in stock prices, "it really shouldn't be a surprise to anyone that you're going to see some downturn in the market"
DATE: 2018-02-08 | LENGTH: 08:13

Depression: Not Just Personal, But Also Neoliberal?
In his new book "Lost Connections," Johann Hari argues that depression is more than a chemical imbalance: it's an illness rooted in the traumas of adverse childhood experiences and an atomized neoliberal society
DATE: 2018-02-08 | LENGTH: 28:35

Corporate Media Hires CIA, Pentagon Officials as Talking Heads - Who Push for More War
CNN, MSNBC, and more corporate news networks hire former top U.S. government officials as analysts, who call for a more belligerent foreign policy, Ben Norton reports.
DATE: 2018-02-08

Students Push City Council To Consider Banning Styrofoam
Pushed by student activists, Baltimore City Council President and others voice their support for banning polystyrene foam food containers in the city
DATE: 2018-02-08 | LENGTH: 04:32

Seneca Nation Fights Fracking Wastewater Disposal Plan
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection is reviewing a proposal to dump 42,000 gallons a day of treated fracking wastewater upstream from Seneca Nation territory
DATE: 2018-02-07

How the Gun Trace Task Force's Overtime Abuse Prevented Policing
As closing arguments begin tomorrow in Baltimore Police corruption trial, the extent of the dirty cops' time off--including months without workin--and their connections to crimes become clearer
DATE: 2018-02-08

Has Trump Launched a New Nuclear Arms Race?
With its just-released nuclear strategy, the Trump administration is threatening another nuclear arms race and bringing the world closer to catastrophe, says Col. Lawrence Wilkerson
DATE: 2018-02-05 | LENGTH: 09:40

Assange's Arrest Warrant Continues to Expose Him to Danger of Extradition to US
Julian Assange's lawyers tried to have his arrest warrant dismissed because Sweden dropped its extradition request last May. However, a UK judge reaffirmed the warrant, which exposes him to the possibility of a secret US extradition request
DATE: 2018-02-07 | LENGTH: 02:58's Climate State of the Union
In response to Trump's State of the Union, advocates push for a a fossil fuel free future that is "owned by the people, and for the people"
DATE: 2018-02-07 | LENGTH: 05:26

Wilkerson: On Iran, Trump Follows the Iraq War Playbook
Fifteen years after he helped write the Colin Powell speech that made the false case for war on Iraq, Col. Lawrence Wilkerson says Trump is following a similar path on Iran -- with the main difference being that the outcome now could "be significantly worse"
DATE: 2018-02-06 | LENGTH: 16:59

Israel Pays a Bounty of $5,000 and Arms for Each African Asylum Seeker Expelled
Israel was the main driver behind the 1951 UN Convention on the Rights of Refugees, but after signing it, it has never respected the rights of refugees. In fact, it has created one of the biggest refugee crisis the world has seen, says Journalist and Filmmaker Lia Tarachansky
DATE: 2018-02-05 | LENGTH: 21:40

Far From Hurting Putin, US 'Oligarch' List Could Help
The Trump administration has admitted a new report about Russian oligarchs is based on a Forbes list. Stephen F. Cohen, professor emeritus at New York University and Princeton University, says the report could ultimately help Putin force wealthy Russians to bring their overseas money back home. Cohen also discusses Russia's upcoming election
DATE: 2018-02-06 | LENGTH: 16:34

Kansas Teacher Scores Big Win for Israel Boycott, and Free Speech
A federal judge has ruled that Esther Koontz's constitutional rights were violated when she was denied a Kansas teaching job over her refusal to renounce the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement (BDS) against Israel
DATE: 2018-02-05 | LENGTH: 07:13

Convicted Baltimore Officer Testifies That He Stole Money With Now Deceased Officer Sean Suiter
In the Gun Trace Task Force trial, convicted officer Momodu Gondu says he used to steal money with the officer who died after being shot in Harlem Park in November
DATE: 2018-02-06 | LENGTH: 03:56

Chicago's Democratic Mayor Pushes Trump's Education Agenda
Students face displacement as Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel falls in line with President Trump and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos' push for privatization
DATE: 2018-02-06

Baltimore Legislators Call for a Statewide $15 Minimum Wage
The year after Mayor Catherine Pugh vetoed a $15 minimum wage for Baltimore, she joins members of the Baltimore City Council to call on the state to pass similar legislation
DATE: 2018-02-05 | LENGTH: 03:04

Deputy Commissioner Named in Corruption Case in 2009 Killing, Resigns
Former Detective Momodu Gondo testified that colleague Jemell Rayam "murdered" a man in 2009 and Deputy Commissioner Dean Palmere helped coach cover-up
DATE: 2018-02-06

Afrikan Black Coalition Conference 2018 Highlights
Collective Blackness and Intersectional Action Executive Producer Eddie Conway speaks with ABC organizer Star Bacon about black student organizing in higher education
DATE: 2018-02-06 | LENGTH: 14:58

Baltimore Public Housing Resident Suffers Concussion from Falling Ceiling
The Real News continues to document the deteriorating conditions in subsidized housing as a woman who told her story of sex abuse continues to endure dangerous living conditions by Taya Graham and Stephen Janis
DATE: 2018-02-06 | LENGTH: 04:17

Special Report: The Never-Ending Coup in Honduras (2/2)
The Inauguration of an Unelected President
Reportaje Especial: El golpe sin fin (1 de 2) (en espanol)
Reportaje Especial: El golpe sin fin (2 de 2) (en espanol)
DATE: 2018-01-26 | LENGTH: 10:11

Is the Conflict Within Ecuador's Center-Left a Turn to the Right?
In a crushing blow to former president Rafael Correa, his hand-picked successor Lenin Moreno overwhelmingly won a referendum that reverses some Correa's policies and bars him from running again. Is this a left-right conflict or something else?
DATE: 2018-02-05 | LENGTH: 07:41

Argentina's President Macri Withdraws Neoliberal Reforms Due to Massive Resistance
Prof. Atilio Boron analyzes the situation in Argentina, where President Macri is pushing drastic neoliberal reforms against widespread resistance from unions and social movements. Sec. of State Rex Tillerson visits to give Macri backing and to urge anti-Venezuela sanctions
DATE: 2018-02-05 | LENGTH: 23:08

Max Blumenthal: US is Arming Neo-Nazis in Ukraine
Max Blumenthal reports that the US has provided military assistance to the Azov Battalion, known as a bastion of neo-Nazism within the Ukrainian armed forces. He also discusses US and Israeli ties to the far-right government in Poland, where neo-Nazism is on the rise
DATE: 2018-02-05 | LENGTH: 13:51

Dueling Proposals to Ensure Casino Money Goes to Classrooms
The Real News examines the debate around Baltimore school funding and looks at two bills that would put casino revenue into a 'lock box' for education
DATE: 2018-02-05 | LENGTH: 06:46

Black Lives Matter Holds National Week of Action At Schools
Public school teachers Jesse Hagopian of Seattle and Cristina Duncan Evans of Baltimore discuss the Feb. 5-10 week of action aimed at bringing social justice into classrooms across the country
DATE: 2018-02-05 | LENGTH: 26:52

Undoing the New Deal - The Age of Lunacy (Pt8)
Historian Peter Kuznick says Eisenhower called for decreased militarization, then Dulles reversed the policy; the Soviets tried to end the cold war after the death of Stalin; crazy schemes involving nuclear weapons and the Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba put the world of the eve of destruction - with host Paul Jay
DATE: 2018-02-04 | LENGTH: 16:56

Poland's New Holocaust Denial Law Erases History
A new law passed in Poland criminalizes references to Polish complicity in the holocaust and is designed to shore up the rightwing Polish government's nationalist credentials. Carol Schaeffer discusses the law's background
DATE: 2018-02-04 | LENGTH: 08:50

Victims of Corrupt Baltimore Police Unit Tell Their Stories
As new allegations arise against the now notorious Gun Trace Task Force, Baltimore residents share tales of false arrest, robbery, and a failure to heed warnings about the unit's criminal behavior
DATE: 2018-02-04 | LENGTH: 05:28

Paul Jay On The Trump Administration: One of the Most Dangerous Times in Human History
TRNN Replay: Senior editor Paul Jay and reporter Taya Graham discuss the Real News' coverage of the Trump administration and take viewer questions
DATE: 2017-08-25 | LENGTH: 09:26

Max Blumenthal and Ex-FBI Agent Coleen Rowley on the Nunes Memo
The just-released Nunes memo alleges surveillance abuses by the FBI and Justice Department in their handling of the Trump-Russia probe. Former FBI Special Agent Coleen Rowley and award-winning journalist Max Blumenthal weigh in
DATE: 2018-02-02 | LENGTH: 24:28

Lawyers Claim State's Attorney's Office "Encouraged" Gun Trace Task Force Crimes
Flanked by victims of "police gang," Ivan Bates and other defense attorneys slam Marilyn Mosby's office in his bid for top prosecutor post
DATE: 2018-02-02

Trump Preemptively Dismisses Upcoming Venezuelan Presidential Vote
In an effort to discredit Venezuela's upcoming presidential election, the Trump administration is rallying conservative governments in Latin America to discredit the vote and isolate Venezuela. If the opposition enters the race divided and if new economic measures work, President Maduro could still win explains Lucas Koerner
DATE: 2018-02-03 | LENGTH: 17:34

Florida Department of Corrections Denies Statewide Prisoner Strike
Prisoners in Florida organize statewide strike demanding payment for labor, cheaper commissary, restore parole for lifers, and to expose abuses, but FDC argues that there are no reports of work stoppages or interruptions in daily operations
DATE: 2018-02-03 | LENGTH: 11:52

Russiagate is Dangerous, Will Washington Get the Memo?
The partisan fight over Rep. Devin Nunes' memo is consuming Washington and even leading prominent liberals to question if Nunes is a Russian agent. Stephen F. Cohen, professor emeritus at New York University and Princeton University, says Russiagate has now become "much more than McCarthyism."
DATE: 2018-02-02 | LENGTH: 12:17

What Bernie's Historic 2016 Teaches for 2020
Bernie Sanders' near-victory in the Democratic primary despite no corporate support was a first in US history, and proved that small money and a substantive message can succeed, says Thomas Ferguson of the University of Massachusetts
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