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Freddie Gray and the Legacy of Slavery in Baltimore Policing
Historian Gerald Horne says the police culture that allows violence with impunity grew out of the slave patrols, which like today, used force to defend the economic order.
DATE: 2015-04-26 | LENGTH: 14:56

 
Hundreds Protest in Baltimore, No Police Yet Charged in Freddie Gray's Death
TRNN reports from protests against police brutality and impunity in the death of 25-year old African American Freddie Gray
DATE: 2015-04-26 | LENGTH: 03:48

 
Police Violence Not Merely the Product of Police with Racist Attitudes
Paul Jay says police are enforcing laws, often with deadly force, to make people obey legislation that at its heart protects people that own property; the more you own, the more you are served and protected
DATE: 2015-04-25 | LENGTH: 03:49

 
New Reforms in California Will Reduce its Prison Population
Diana Zuniga, statewide organizer for Californians United for a Responsible Budget (CURB), speaks with TRNN Correspondent Eddie Conway about the prisoners' rights movement in California.
DATE: 2015-04-26 | LENGTH: 14:58

 
Brazil Analysis: Upper Middle Class Demonstrations Against President Dilma Rousseff (1/2)
Prof. Alfredo Saad-Filho of SOAS, University of London says that the demonstrators along with several right wing parties are demanding the return of their privileges
DATE: 2015-04-26 | LENGTH: 11:13

 
In Freddie Gray's Neighborhood, Residents Say Police Harassment is Constant
Lifelong residents say they can't even stand outside on a summer day
DATE: 2015-04-24 | LENGTH: 03:24

 
Houthi Arms Came from Saleh, not Iran
Gareth Porter says the claim that Iran is supplying Houthis with weapons ignores that the group was flush with American arms from ex-president Saleh
DATE: 2015-04-25 | LENGTH: 08:45

 
Washington State Teachers On Strike
Seattle teacher Jesse Hagopian says the proposed state budget would benefit neither teachers nor students
DATE: 2015-04-25 | LENGTH: 14:55

 
Civil Disobedience Necessary to Protect Victims of Police Brutality, Says Activist
TRNN speaks to American Friends Service Committee's Dominique Stevenson, who crossed police barricades during protests over the death of Freddie Gray now in their fifth day
DATE: 2015-04-23 | LENGTH: 04:59

 
Michelle Alexander: Baltimore Must Organize to Stop Police Brutality
Renowned author of 'The New Jim Crow' says the death of Freddie Gray points to the need for concerted community action to halt excessive force targeted at African Americans
DATE: 2015-04-22 | LENGTH: 02:33

 
Town Hall Recap: Should the Community Control the Police?
In the wake of Freddie Gray's death, TRNN replays a community Town Hall hosted by Marc Steiner, where Baltimore residents, lawyers, police and activists gathered to discuss what to do about police brutality in their city
DATE: 2015-04-24 | LENGTH: 18:54

 
2016 Presidential Candidates Test the Waters in New Hampshire
Larry Wilkerson, just returning from New Hampshire reports on what is on the minds of voters in a state that gets to define the terms of engagement for the 2016 elections
DATE: 2015-04-24 | LENGTH: 09:46

 
How a Protest Against Money in Politics was Spun as a Story on Terrorism
Doug Hughes wanted to deliver a message about campaign finance reform. Instead, the media and politicians used his story to talk about security at the White House and Capitol Building.
DATE: 2015-04-23 | LENGTH: 02:56

 
A Look at Failed Police Reform Efforts in the Wake of Freddie Gray's Death
TRNN speaks to advocate Dayvon Love about the failed efforts to reform Maryland law blamed for protecting abusive officers.
DATE: 2015-04-23 | LENGTH: 08:35

 
The True Toll of Policing in Baltimore - The Arrest of a 7-Year-Old
Long before Baltimore police were thrust into the national spotlight for recent allegations of brutality, the arrest of a child for sitting on a dirt bike made international headlines.
DATE: 2015-04-23 | LENGTH: 09:36

 
Why Didn't Bush/Cheney Prevent 9/11? - John Kiriakou on Reality Asserts Itself (5/8)
On Reality Asserts Itself, Mr. Kiriakou and Paul Jay discuss the role of the White House in ignoring the CIA's warning that "something terrible" was coming
DATE: 2015-04-23 | LENGTH: 21:00

 
Investigative Report Finds World Bank Displaced 3.4 Million People (1/2)
Alnoor Ladha, executive director of The Rules, says it is time to examine the stated mandate of the World Bank, its true intent and the history of one oppression after another it has caused through structural adjustment policies
DATE: 2015-04-23 | LENGTH: 09:51

 
President Obama Makes Earth Day Proclamation in the Everglades
Janet Redman of the Institute for Policy Studies and Steve Horn of DeSmogblog.org unpack the contradictions in climate change policies laid out by the Obama administration
DATE: 2015-04-23 | LENGTH: 19:18

 
Analysts say Wall Street Fees Costing Baltimore Water Bureau Millions
$55 million spent on exotic interest rate swaps to fund water bonds between 2003-2014, and total fees could reach beyond $200 million for all deals in the near future.
DATE: 2015-04-23 | LENGTH: 18:58

 
In Their Own Voices: Protestors Speak Out as Feds Start Probe of Freddie Gray's Death
The community is outraged over yet another police custody death in Baltimore.
DATE: 2015-04-22 | LENGTH: 03:06

 
Chevron Back in Court for Worst Case of Oil Pollution on the Planet
Paul Paz y Mino of Amazon Watch says judge overturned $9.5 billion judgement against them for dumping 16 billion gallons of toxic wastewater in the Amazon but the battle is not over.
DATE: 2015-04-22 | LENGTH: 14:48

 
UN Target of 2 Degree Limit for Temperature Rise 'Utterly Inadequate'
Petra Tschakert, Coordinating Lead Author of IPCC Climate Change Report, says the 2 degree limit will not prevent climate catastrophe
DATE: 2015-04-22 | LENGTH: 11:42

 
A Walk Through The Neighborhood Where Freddie Gray Lived and Died
The Real News presents an interview with former Baltimore City official Lawrence Bell, who says policing has created apartheid-like conditions in Baltimore neighborhoods like the Gilmore Homes
DATE: 2015-04-21 | LENGTH: 04:57

 
TRNN Town Hall: In Conversation with Michelle Alexander
Discussing the school to prison pipeline
DATE: 2015-04-22 | LENGTH: 18:12

 
The Iraqi Pissing Match - John Kiriakou on RAI (4/8)
On Reality Asserts Itself, former CIA offical Mr. Kiriakou says that the Iraq War was motivated by the Bush administration wanting to send a message - no regime can defy U.S. power and survive
DATE: 2015-04-21 | LENGTH: 17:26

 
Syriza's Choice: Bail on the People or the Troika
Dimitri Lascaris says debt relief is not on the table, but unnamed European government officials are indicating some modest short-term concessions might be in order
DATE: 2015-04-21 | LENGTH: 12:07

 
Searing Testimony in Favor of Black Control of Police
Glen Ford of Black Agenda Report says the black community must take power and control over police, especially in light of the case of Freddie Gray, who died from injuries while in police custody
DATE: 2015-04-21 | LENGTH: 09:30

 
Immigrants of African Origin Face Systemic Employment Discrimination
Patrick Mason of the Political Economy Research Institute says immigrants of African origin are facing workplace discrimination similar to African Americans
DATE: 2015-04-21 | LENGTH: 12:57

 
Baltimore Man Dies From Injuries Sustained While In Police Detention
Protesters mobilize in response to the death of 25 year-old Baltimore resident Freddie Gray
DATE: 2015-04-20 | LENGTH: 03:06

 
Seattle Activists Fight Building of New Youth Jail
TRNN speaks to a coalition of activists in Seattle working to stop the building of a new youth jail in their community
DATE: 2015-04-20 | LENGTH: 03:59

 
Iraqi Prime Minister Seeking More Funding to Fight ISIS
Journalist Reese Erlich says the U.S. bombing campaign doesn't have a major impact in Syria because it has no allies on the ground other than the Kurdish Peshmerga
DATE: 2015-04-20 | LENGTH: 12:45

 
Five Year Anniversary of BP Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill
Has BP been adequately held accountable for the biggest environmental disaster in U.S. history?
DATE: 2015-04-20 | LENGTH: 13:05

 
My Reports on 1995 Human Rights Abuses in Bahrain Ignored by State Department - John Kiriakou on Reality Asserts Itself (3/8)
On Reality Asserts Itself, Mr. Kiriakou tells Paul Jay that from Iraq to Bahrain, it was becoming clear to him that commercial interest, particularly arms sales, was driving U.S. policy in the Middle East
DATE: | LENGTH: 13:32

 
Eduardo Galeano Ruptured the Veins of Imperialism in Latin America
Mark Fried, Galeano's long-time collaborator and translator, gives us an inside look at the poet and his verse
DATE: 2015-04-19 | LENGTH: 11:33

 
Yanis Varoufakis, Greek Finance Minister and Economist Joseph Stiglitz on Disruptions in the Eurozone
Rob Johnson, president of the Institute for New Economic Thinking, reports on conversations he chaired between Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis and Joseph Stiglitz at the INET-OECD conference.
DATE: 2015-04-19 | LENGTH: 17:10

 
Organizations Fight the For-Profit Video Visitation Industry
Prison Policy associate Bernadette Rabuy discusses the grassroots activism that is taking on corporations profiting off jail video visitations
DATE: 2015-04-19 | LENGTH: 08:23

 
The Global African: Martese Johnson and the World Social Forum
TeleSUR's The Global African tackles the case of Martese Johnson and analysis of the recently concluded World Social Forum
DATE: 2015-04-18 | LENGTH: 25:00

 
Yanis Varoufakis and Joseph Stiglitz
In conversation with Joseph Stiglitz on the Eurozone Crisis - at the INET - OECD conference, 9 April 2015
DATE: 2015-04-18 | LENGTH: 02:52

 
How I Joined the CIA - John Kiriakou on Reality Asserts Itself (2/8)
Mr. Kiriakou tells Paul Jay about being recruited to join the CIA in university
DATE: 2015-04-17 | LENGTH: 22:01

 
Obama to Get "Fast Track" for Trade Pacts
Kevin Zeese, co-director of Popular Resistance, says fast track for trade pacts is complete capitulation to global corporate rule and we have to stop it now
DATE: 2015-04-17 | LENGTH: 11:51

 
Official: Baltimore Cutting Water to Hundreds of Residents and Zero Corporations
City residents rally against water shutoffs, but city officials maintain their necessity
DATE: 2015-04-16 | LENGTH: 03:04

 
Welfare System Designed to Keep the Poor Poorer
Sanford Schram, professor of political science at Hunter College, says new state laws that place restrictions on welfare recipients mark the poor as deviant and are designed to keep them from receiving welfare
DATE: 2015-04-17 | LENGTH: 11:11

 
The UK Election Debate: "Hamlet Without the Prince"
John Weeks, author of Economics of the 1%, says the most important single issue that divides the parties is austerity, and he predicts the results of the May 7 election.
DATE: 2015-04-17 | LENGTH: 09:57

 
BREAKING: US Senate Advances the Trans-Pacific Partnership
As Senate leaders reach an agreement to give President Obama vast authority to advance trade deals, take a look at the The Real News coverage on the issue
DATE: 2015-03-13 | LENGTH: 05:31

 
I Believed America Could Do No Wrong - John Kiriakou, Former CIA Official, on Reality Asserts Itself (1/8)
Mr. Kiriakou was the first U.S. government official to confirm that waterboarding was official policy. He spent 23 months in prison after being convicted of passing classified information to a reporter. He speaks to Paul Jay while still under house arrest
DATE: 2015-04-16 | LENGTH: 16:39

 
TRNN Covers Historic National Day of Action for Fast-food Workers
Real News covers the $15/hr National Day of Action in Baltimore and Washington, DC
DATE: 2015-04-16 | LENGTH: 03:07

 
The Rich Get Richer If House Republicans Repeal the Estate Tax
Bill Black, a former bank regulator, discusses the history of why the federal estate tax exists and why the Republicans want it repealed
DATE: 2015-04-16 | LENGTH: 07:46

 
The Fragmentation of Canadian Climate Policies
Keith Stewart of Greenpeace on Canada's carbon tax, cap and trade, and the premiers climate conference in Quebec City
DATE: 2015-04-16 | LENGTH: 09:55

 
Lincoln and Black Self-Emancipation
As America marks the 150th anniversary of the the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, author and historian Gerald Horne deconstructs the 16th president's legacy as the "great emancipator"
DATE: 2015-04-15 | LENGTH: 11:03

 
Pentagon Declares Airstrikes against ISIS a Success in Iraq
Patrick Cockburn, a journalist for The Independent who just returned from Iraq, says that might be an exaggeration
DATE: 2015-04-16 | LENGTH: 17:04

 
Why Did Russia Sell S-300 Missiles to Iran?
Journalist Reese Erlich says the trigger was the Saudi attacks on Yemen, alerting Iran that it may need to defend from similar attacks
DATE: 2015-04-16 | LENGTH: 08:12

 
Safe Streets: Baltimore's Secret Crime Fighting Weapon
Baltimore's Safe Streets program was found to decrease homicides by 50% in the four areas it has been deployed, so why is the program underfunded?
DATE: 2015-04-16 | LENGTH: 02:49

 
Obama To Remove Cuba from "Terror" List
Aviva Chomsky, author of The History of the Cuban Revolution, says there are many more hurdles ahead before diplomatic relations can be established between Cuba and the US
DATE: 2015-04-14 | LENGTH: 10:21

 
Is Rand Paul Still a Libertarian?
Tea Party firebrand Rand Paul has been unwavering in his advocacy of small government. But his stances in foreign policy in military spending are quickly changing. TRNN's Thomas Hedges spoke to journalist and editor of the libertarian Reason.com news outlet Nick Gillespie about whether or not Paul can remain true to his libertarian word.
DATE: 2015-04-15 | LENGTH: 04:23

 
Fast Food Workers Gear Up for Nationwide Strike for $15
PERI co-director Robert Pollin says the living-wage movement is building momentum as hundreds of thousands are expected to rally on Wednesday
DATE: 2015-04-14 | LENGTH: 11:03

 
Blackwater Guards Sentenced for the Murder at Nisour Square, Baghdad
Reese Erlich says these are the most significant and serious series of activities carried out by contractors and the Bush administration was not interested in prosecuting them
DATE: 2015-04-15 | LENGTH: 07:30

 
Growing Calls for Reparations for the International Slave Trade
TRNN's Jaisal Noor speaks to voices of the United States and African diaspora at the International Black Reparations Summit in New York City
DATE: 2015-04-14 | LENGTH: 05:30

 
Sen. Marco Rubio Unveils His Candidacy and Platform for "A New American Century"
Larry Wilkerson says Sen. Marco Rubio is serving up pablum for those Americans who believe that all you have to do is spout off this kind of rhetoric, whether it's accurate or not
DATE: 2015-04-14 | LENGTH: 08:50

 
Ethiopia Accuses Eritrea of Backing al-Shabaab
Glen Ford of Black Agenda Report says the allegation that Eritrea has funded or armed al-Shabaab is ridiculous; the Eritrean government is probably the most scrupulously secular state on the continent
DATE: 2015-04-14 | LENGTH: 07:33

 
Lessons from the Summit of the Americas
Mark Weisbrot, co-founder of CEPR, says the U.S. will realize that it won't be able to normalize relations with Cuba without first normalizing relations with the rest of the hemisphere
DATE: 2015-04-14 | LENGTH: 12:37

 
Empowering Baltimore Youth with Media, Art, Activism, and Pan-African Culture.
Ras Tre Subira, founder of The Griot's Eye program, discusses his African-Centered approach to education and the use of media, art, and traveling abroad to Africa to inspire inner city youth to develop knowledge of self and create alternatives to mainstream media.
DATE: 2015-04-14 | LENGTH: 17:19

 
TRNN Replay: Why, Senator Clinton? October 18, 2007
In 2007 we asked Senator Clinton why she voted for a neo-con amendment that could be used as support for attacking Iran
DATE: 2007-10-18 | LENGTH: 07:14

 
Proxy Morons: The Demolition of Yemen (3/3)
Daniel Martin Varisco: What went wrong in Yemen is what usually goes wrong when you have a history of colonialism, ongoing interference from outside forces, sectarian blindness, and massive wealth at the service of mischief
DATE: 2015-04-13 | LENGTH: 11:58

 
The For-Profit Video Visitation Industry Quietly Sweeps the Nation's Prisons and Jails
TRNN producer Eddie Conway speaks with Prison Policy associate Bernadette Rabuy, co-author of Screening Out Family Time: The For-Profit Video Visitation Industry in Prisons and Jails.
DATE: 2015-04-13 | LENGTH: 14:50

 
TRNN Replay: 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
DATE: 2015-03-02 | LENGTH: 12:50

 
The Story of a Struggle to Keep East Baltimore's Men and Families Center Open
The Real News Network takes a look at the center's efforts to overcome obstacles and continue to serve the community.
DATE: 2015-04-13 | LENGTH: 04:33

 
The EuroDiVision Contest
Rap News: Join Robert Foster as he examines the Eurozone crisis and the causes behind it.
DATE: 2015-04-11 | LENGTH: 06:47

 
Will Canadian Provinces Block Pipeline Expansion?
Keith Stewart of Greenpeace Canada and Carol Linnitt of DeSmog Canada discuss the upcoming premiers meeting on energy
DATE: 2015-04-12 | LENGTH: 17:10

 
Bringing the U.S. Torture Team Justice
Michael Ratner says while the wheels of justice are slow, the Bush/Cheney torture team may be facing some kind of justice in various judicial proceedings
DATE: 2015-04-12 | LENGTH: 15:57

 
Proxy Morons: The Demolition of Yemen (2/3)
Daniel Martin Varisco: What went wrong in Yemen is what usually goes wrong when you have a history of colonialism, ongoing interference from outside forces, sectarian blindness, and massive wealth at the service of mischief
DATE: 2015-04-12 | LENGTH: 11:45

 
Civil Rights Lawyer: Police and Politicians Hide Evidence in Brutality Cases
Investigative journalist Stephen Janis talks to civil rights lawyer A. Dwight Pettit about how the political establishment works with police departments to thwart investigations of police brutality cases
DATE: 2015-04-12 | LENGTH: 11:52

 
Impact of Decades-Old Gov't Infiltration Program Still Felt Today (2/2)
Author and activist Ward Churchill speaks to TRNN's Eddie Conway about how COINTELPRO helped destroy freedom of speech and social movements the government deemed a threat
DATE: 2015-04-12 | LENGTH: 08:00

 
Civil Rights Attorney Says Cops Have Been Shooting Unarmed People in the Back for Years
Investigative Journalist Stephen Janis discusses the shooting of unarmed man by a North Charleston police officer with civil rights attorney A. Dwight Pettit and its implications for police accountability in Maryland.
DATE: 2015-04-09 | LENGTH: 13:25

 
Summit of the Americas: U.S. Agenda is to Push TPP to Split Latin American Integration
Miguel Tinker Salas say the new U.S. agenda is an old one, a free trade agreement; this time it's the Trans-Pacific Partnership, many call NAFTA on steroids
DATE: 2015-04-10 | LENGTH: 07:37

 
Putin Tsipras Meeting Shows Greece Will Pursue Independent Foreign Policy
Dimitri Lascaris says that Greece is opposed to sanctions against Russia and will not follow lock-step a Western led approach, but as long as it remains in the Eurozone, there are limits to what it can do to break with the sanction policy
DATE: 2015-04-10 | LENGTH: 10:57

 
The Summit of the Americas in the Context of US Imperialism
Scholar and activist Gerald Horne traces modern-day US foreign policy in Latin America to its colonial roots
DATE: 2015-04-10 | LENGTH: 13:00

 
As Losses Mount for Taxpayer Backed Hotel, Politicians Scatter
Investigative Journalist Stephen Janis discusses the growing burden for city taxpayers of supporting the ailing Baltimore Convention Center Hotel with Heywood Sanders, a professor of public administration from the University of Texas, San Antonio.
DATE: 2015-04-10 | LENGTH: 07:54

 
Summit of the Americas: All Eyes on Cuba
Glen Ford, executive editor of Black Agenda Report talks about the implications of having Cuba at the table and the growing calls to lift sanctions on Venezuela
DATE: 2015-04-10 | LENGTH: 06:31

 
The Global African: The Summit of the Americas & Reparations Conference
In this episode of teleSUR's The Global African, host Bill Fletcher examines the upcoming Summit of The Americas, recent Nigerian elections, and a conference on reparations.
DATE: 2015-04-10 | LENGTH: 24:51

 
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Criticizes Solidarity of Latin American Countries for Venezuela
Miguel Tinker-Salas says the U.S. plan to destabilize and isolate Venezuela has backfired as most Latin American states resent the interference and threats against Venezuela
DATE: 2015-04-09 | LENGTH: 12:02

 
Police Reform Setbacks in Maryland Buck National Trends
Investigative Journalist Stephen Janis looks at the implications of the failure of a majority of laws aimed at police reform in Annapolis.
DATE: 2015-04-08 | LENGTH: 03:50

 
Summit of the Americas: U.S. Hopes to Regain Control of the Political Process
Alex Main says the U.S. prefers a capitalist democracy to dictatorships, as long as it can control the outcome of elections
DATE: 2015-04-09 | LENGTH: 12:18

 
Ferguson Elections Triples Black Political Representation in City Council
The racial makeup of political leadership in Ferguson, MO has changed in the first municipal election since the killing of Michael Brown in August, 2014. Will this lead to real policy changes in the town?
DATE: 2015-04-08 | LENGTH: 07:26

 
TRNN Replay: Bradley Manning, the Nuremberg Charter and Refusing to Collaborate with War Crimes - Vijay Prashad on Reality Asserts Itself (3/4)
In this segment of Reality Asserts Itself, Paul Jay and Vijay Prashad discuss the Bradley Manning case in light of the 68th anniversary of signing the Nuremberg Charter which states it is illegal to follow orders to commit a war crime
DATE: | LENGTH: 14:02

 
Emanuel Wins in Chicago, Garcia Fails to Ignite Black Vote
Bruce Dixon says once fiery black teachers union leader Karen Lewis pulled out for medical reasons, Garcia would not critique the Democratic Party and President Obama's neoliberal education policies as Lewis was willing to do
DATE: 2015-04-07 | LENGTH: 07:59

 
Garcia-Emanuel Runoff in Chicago: Why Vote for Chuy?
David Hatch, executive director of Reclaim Chicago, explains the divided city of Chicago and what reclaiming the Chicago City Council on behalf of regular citizens will really mean
DATE: 2015-04-07 | LENGTH: 07:20

 
The Union Leader that Might Have Been Chicago's Mayor
In this TRNN replay, Karen Lewis, president of the Chicago Teachers Union who was planning to run for mayor of Chicago until she was diagnosed with brain cancer, critiques President Obama's and Chicago's education policies.
DATE: 2010-08-03 | LENGTH: 08:19

 
What Is Really Behind Seating Cuba at Summit of the Americas?
Weight of 50 years of failed policy, China and Port of Mariel may have had a lot to do with the US rapprochement with Cuba
DATE: 2015-04-08 | LENGTH: 06:46

 
TRNN Replay: Questioning the Underlying Structures of Property and Power is "Off the Table" - Vijay Prashad on Reality Asserts Itself (2/4)
In part two of Reality Asserts Itself, Paul Jay and Vijay Prashad discuss the limits imposed on questioning the roots of inequality and how those who own the majority of property set the terms for everyone else
DATE: 2013-08-08 | LENGTH: 26:44

 
Garcia-Emanuel Runoff in Chicago Divides Unions, Blacks, and Latinos
Glen Ford of Black Agenda Report says in spite of the 15% undecideds, with the support of some blacks, Latinos and labor, as well as Obama, it will be difficult to unseat Emanuel
DATE: 2015-04-7 | LENGTH: 07:09

 
Republicans and Some Democrats are Seeking a Veto-Proof Bill on the Nuclear Agreement with Iran
Larry Wilkerson, former chief of staff to Colin Powell, says some Republicans are acting on their prerogative, while others are maliciously trying to destroy the president and his legacy
DATE: 2015-04-7 | LENGTH: 11:09

 
Chicago Organized Labor Divided over Tuesday's Mayoral Election
Author and journalist Kari Lydersen discusses why some Chicago organized labor is backing incumbent mayor Rahm Emmanuel despite his anti-union reputation
DATE: 2015-04-6 | LENGTH: 11:47

 
Youth of SYRIZA: More Radical on Debt, Grexit and Redistribution in Greece
Aris Spourdalakis, member of the Youth of Syriza, speaks out on the debt management and the opportunity for democracy and redistribution in Greece
DATE: 2015-04-7 | LENGTH: 12:50

 
TRNN Replay: Marx and Tolstoy Helped Me See the Limits of Liberalism - Vijay Prashad on Reality Asserts Itself (1/4)
On the first episode of Reality Asserts Itself with Paul Jay, Vijay Prashad talks about growing up in India and coming to the realization that liberalism could never eliminate poverty
DATE: 2013-08-02 | LENGTH: 19:24

 
Unpaid Corporate Bills Weigh Heavily on Baltimore's Looming Water Shutoffs
The Baltimore Sun's Luke Broadwater discusses the details behind the city's push to collect unpaid water bills, including his investigation into major corporate scofflaws
DATE: 2015-04-6 | LENGTH: 14:08

 
Oil, Iran and Palestine - What's at Stake for Saudi Arabia (3/3)
Madawi al-Rasheed tells Paul Jay that since the Arab uprising in 2011, we don't hear the Saudis talking about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict; it has identified its enemy first as Iran
DATE: 2015-04-6 | LENGTH: 14:21

 
The Significance of Retaking Tikrit by the Iraqi Government
Patrick Cockburn, author of The Rise of the Islamic State, has just returned from northern Iraq, where he says that even if the government has retaken Tikrit, it is a small victory that signals a long war ahead
DATE: 2015-04-6 | LENGTH: 08:02

 
Whistleblowers: Citigroup Falsely Represented Up to 80% of Mortgages Sold to Fannie and Freddie in 2007
Richard Bowen and Sherry Hunt were reporting on the toxic scam and still there was no action from the DOJ, but now there is a small victory, says Bill Black, former financial regulator
DATE: 2015-04-6 | LENGTH: 08:31

 
Former IAEA director: Iran Framework Deal a Surprising Breakthrough (1/2)
Robert Kelley says the framework makes a secret program highly unlikely; Iran is saying they have nothing to hide
DATE: 2015-04-2 | LENGTH: 08:09

 
ISIS and What's at Stake for Saudi Arabia? (2/3)
Madawi Al-Rasheed says the Saudis contend with ISIS to be the leaders of the Sunni world, but their interests converge as both regard Iran and the Shia as their enemy
DATE: 2015-04-5 | LENGTH: 12:56

 
  

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