"Wealthcare" Defeated: Health Care For All Back on the Agenda
National Nurses United co-director Jean Ross says only Medicare for All can provide care for millions who still remain uninsured under the Affordable Care Act
DATE: 2017-03-24 | LENGTH: 06:36

Baltimore Mayor's Veto of $15 Wage Protects Policy of Subsidizing Wealthy, Councilperson Says
Unconfirmed reports suggest that the measure may have lost its veto-proof support among city council members
DATE: 2017-03-24 | LENGTH: 07:29

The Truth Behind the War on Immigrants
Historian Gerald Horne explains how the demonization of immigrants are designed to divide the working class and prevent white and non-white workers from acting in solidarity
DATE: 2017-03-24 | LENGTH: 06:55

Were Haitian Police Behind Assassination Attempt on Aristide?
Jeb Sprague-Silgado says the firing on the former president's motorcade took place in the context of mass voter disenfranchisement and an attempt to rearrange the country politically away from left forces
DATE: 2017-03-24 | LENGTH: 11:19

New Provisions Eliminate Healthcare From GOP 'Wealthcare' Bill
As fighting between Trump and the Republican Party leads to a delay of the vote for the GOP health care bill, Moral Mondays leader Rev. William Barber and Bernie Sanders call for the US to adopt a single-payer system
DATE: 2017-03-23 | LENGTH: 03:42

Why Further Revelations on Trump's Russian Connections Might Fail to Bring Him Down
Investigative journalist James Henry argues that the revelations on Manafort and further inquiry into Trump's ties to oligarchs are unlikely to produce a 'silver bullet' against the administration - and says there's no substitute for grassroots organizing in preparation for the 2018 elections
DATE: 2017-03-23 | LENGTH: 10:53

18 Million U.S. Citizens Exposed to Lead-Contaminated Water Systems
Trump's cuts to the EPA will make it nearly impossible for the agency to track down violations of lead standards and enforce public health protections, says Erik D. Olson of the Natural Resources Defense Council
DATE: 2017-03-24 | LENGTH: 08:48

Russia vs. USA: Who is the Threat, Who is the Aggressor? (2/2)
Jeffrey Tayler, Contributing editor to The Atlantic, tells Paul Jay there are steps the Trump administration can take if it is serious about reducing tensions with Russia
DATE: 2017-03-23 | LENGTH: 21:52

Should Sanders Continue the Fight Outside the Democratic Party?
Draft Bernie founder Nick Brana discusses the relation of the Sanders movement to the Green Party and says the only way to inspire a similar kind of movement is by going outside of the Democratic Party
DATE: 2017-03-23 | LENGTH: 11:44

Fed Inflation Target Keeping Wages Low, People Out of Jobs
CEPR co-founder Dean Baker says there are good reasons for thinking that we still are far from full employment, needlessly slowing the economy and keeping people from getting jobs
DATE: 2017-03-23 | LENGTH: 09:21

Is Trump Dangerous for Russia?
The US and Russian right share a similar ideology, but it's one that sees each other as an excuse for military expansion and harmful internal economic policy, says professor Aleksandr Buzgalin
DATE: 2017-03-22 | LENGTH: 11:26

Was the Georgian Conflict Started to Elect John McCain President in 2008? Pt.1
TRNN REPLAY: As thousands demand Saakashvili's resignation, Paul Jay investigates roots of 2008 Russia-Georgia War.
DATE: 2009-04-14 | LENGTH: 11:11

Will the NDP Adopt Pro-BDS Platform?
Journalist Nora Loreto discusses the ongoing leadership races in Canada's Conservative and NDP parties
DATE: 2017-03-23 | LENGTH: 13:32

Massive Cuts to EPA Threaten Communities Already Suffering From Pollution, Climate Change
NAACP's Jacqui Patteron says existing protections we weren't sufficiently providing safeguards for communities that have been affected by recent water crises, which demonstrates the need for stronger regulations rather than rolling them back
DATE: 2017-03-22 | LENGTH: 10:50

Whistle Blower Teacher Says Charter Schools Draining Students, Resources from Public Education
In the third installment of TRNN's investigation into the decline of public education another whistle blower teacher says Baltimore's focus on charter schools is threatening the viability of public education - by Stephen Janis and Taya Graham
DATE: 2017-03-22 | LENGTH: 25:40

Trump's Budget Targets Climate Change Spending Across All Federal Agencies
Cuts to block community grants that fund programs like Meals on Wheels are simply cruel because they don't amount to any real savings for the government, says PERI's Robert Pollin
DATE: 2017-03-22 | LENGTH: 15:03

US Has Interfered in More Elections Than Any Other Nation
Glen Ford says that even if the US does prove that Russia interfered in the 2016 elections, the actions don't match the scale of America's interference in elections across the world
DATE: 2017-03-22 | LENGTH: 13:50

Maryland Democrats Push Back Against Gov. Hogan's Support for ACA Repeal
Four members of the MD Democratic delegation rallied in Annapolis Monday urging republican Governor Larry Hogan to join with other GOP governors in opposition of the Obamacare repeal
DATE: 2017-03-22 | LENGTH: 07:22

Russia vs. USA: Who is the Threat, Who is the Aggressor? (1/2)
GOP and Democratic Party leaders and media pundits like Rachel Maddow are raising their anti-Russian rhetoric to cold-war levels. Jeffrey Tayler, contributing editor to The Atlantic, says they are ignoring the history of broken American promises, NATO expansion and attempts to develop American first strike nuclear capability.
DATE: 2017-03-21 | LENGTH: 19:34

Democrats Fail to Dig into Trump's Shady Financial Ties During Hearing
Economist James Henry says the overlooked story is the longstanding role of Russian flight capital and organized crime ties in funding Trump's ventures
DATE: 2017-03-21 | LENGTH: 09:28

Why is the Capitalist West Fighting with Capitalist Russia?
TRNN Replay: Alexandr Buzgalin and Paul Jay discuss the antagonism between Russia and US despite the former adopting 'Jurassic Park capitalism' since the demise of the USSR
DATE: 2016-07-14 | LENGTH: 27:05

Baltimore City Council Passes Historic $15 Minimum Wage
After the measure was passed 11-3 - one vote shy of a veto proof majority - Councilman Brandon Scott confirmed with The Real News that he will be able to cast the vote necessary to override a possible mayoral veto
DATE: 2017-03-21 | LENGTH: 05:40

UN Report Finds Apartheid Exists Within Israel
TRNN's Shir Hever says although the reality of apartheid is obvious and uncontroversial to most Israelis, the recent United Nations report establishes an important legal basis for describing what exists beyond the Occupied Territories as apartheid
DATE: 2017-03-21 | LENGTH: 10:56

Neil Gorsuch's Woeful Record on Civil Rights
Glen Ford says it's not specific statements or positions that have led many, including the NAACP, to oppose Trump's Supreme Court nominee; it's Gorsuch's whole legal philosophy
DATE: 2017-03-21 | LENGTH: 08:27

Federal Judge Orders Civil Rights Lawsuit Against Pocomoke, State of MD to Move Forward
Judge Frederick Motz ruling means the case alleging government officials discriminated against the city's first black police chief has cleared a key legal hurdle and will now enter discovery and possible depositions - by Stephen Janis and Taya Graham
DATE: 2017-03-21 | LENGTH: 05:17

Hundreds Rally to Demand A Fix to Baltimore's School Budget Deficit
In a surprise move, City Schools announced $30 million dollars for classrooms, but students, teachers and advocates say funding remains woefully inadequate
DATE: 2017-03-21 | LENGTH: 07:32

Trump Adds Another Goldman Sachs Alum to His Administration
James Donovan's area of expertise, like most Goldman Sachs folks, is not economics or finance, but law - because that's how Goldman Sachs makes its money: by evading, controlling and writing the laws
DATE: 2017-03-20 | LENGTH: 10:15

Empire Files: Abby Martin Exposes Steve Bannon
Steve Bannon has been propelled over the last year from fringe media outlier to top propagandist of the U.S. Empire as Trump's Chief Strategist. Watch more on teleSUR
DATE: 2017-03-20 | LENGTH: 26:03

Wealthiest U.S. Households Save Big Under GOP Health Care Bill
PERI's Peter Arno says the elderly, disabled, and the poor would be hardest hit by the repeals of Medicaid expansion and taxes on the rich that fund Medicare
DATE: 2017-03-19 | LENGTH: 12:20

'They are Taking Everyone': Families March Against Deportations in Phoenix
On Saturday, a small group of families marched on Phoenix, Arizona, against the escalating number of families separated by deportations.
DATE: 2017-03-20 | LENGTH: 09:53

Baltimore Poised to Pass $15 Min. Wage as Business Lobby Launches Nationwide Rollback Campaign
The American Prospect's Justin Miller says corporate lobbyists working with Republicans and even some Democrats are trying to undermine the highly popular and successful Fight for $15 movement across the country
DATE: 2017-03-19 | LENGTH: 11:57

Bankruptcy Protection, Debt Jubilee, Students Debt and the Credit System
Part 3 of an interview with Richard D. Wolff, Marxist economist and founder of Democracy at Work -
DATE: 2017-03-20 | LENGTH: 13:51

BDS Activist Speaks About His Arrest by Israeli Police
Dr. Jeff Halper, co-founder of Israeli Committee Against Housing Demolitions, was leading a tour of an Israeli settlement in East Jerusalem when police arrested him on suspicion of 'incitement'
DATE: 2017-03-17 | LENGTH: 10:45

Will Trump's Plan to Roll Back Fuel Economy Regulations Help American Autoworkers?
Retired General Motors employee Frank Hammer and Sierra Club's Andrew Linhardt say that high efficiency standards lead to job creation while stabilizing greenhouse gas emissions from cars that contribute to climate change
DATE: 2017-03-18 | LENGTH: 17:20

What is Money? Why Do Some Have More Than Others?
Part 2 of an interview with Richard D. Wolff, Marxist economist and founder of Democracy at Work -
DATE: 2017-03-19 | LENGTH: 13:29

TRNN Replay: The Real Baltimore: Should Baltimore Raise its Minimum Wage to $15/HR by 2022?
In the fourth episode of The Real Baltimore, we examine a bill that would raise Baltimore's minimum wage to $15/hour by 2022, with council people Mary Pat Clarke, Marc Elrich and Carl Stokes
DATE: 2017-02-17 | LENGTH: 25:03

What is Capitalism & Socialism? What Differentiates Them from Each Other?
Part 1 of an interview with Richard D. Wolff, Marxist economist and founder of Democracy at Work -
DATE: 2017-03-18 | LENGTH: 09:38

Trump's Budget Shreds the Social Safety Net
President Donald Trump's 2018 budget so far reflects Steve Bannon's agenda to 'deconstruct the administrative state'
DATE: 2017-03-17 | LENGTH: 05:24

U.K. Increases Use of Stripping Citizenship as Anti-Terrorism Policy
Helena Wray and Caterina Aiena say the U.K. is showing a willingness to deprive people of their human rights and place them into a zone of lawlessness and statelessness
DATE: 2017-03-17 | LENGTH: 12:30

Anti-Boycott Law Denies London BDS Activist Entry to Israel
London Palestinian Solidarity Campaign Chairman Hugh Lanning says these laws are exposing the anti-democratic nature of the state
DATE: 2017-03-17 | LENGTH: 12:06

The Whole Bushel: Safe Space Liberators
Eze Jackson sits down with DIY rap veteran Height Keech and singer/songwriter J. Pope to discuss art and activism in the fourth episode
DATE: 2017-03-17 | LENGTH: 31:54

BJP Wins India's Largest State in Elections, Further Consolidating Modi's Power
NewsClick founder Prabir Purkayastha says the secular and social inclusion agendas have lost to the pro-business, anti-Muslim agenda of Narendra Modi - and no oppositional force looks ready to challenge the BJP in the 2019 elections
DATE: 2017-03-17 | LENGTH: 11:24

Trump's 2005 Tax Forms: 'Like Going to Dinner And Being Served Pictures of Food'
Economists James Henry and Bill Black hypothesize that there are fraudulent and criminal activities lurking within Trump's unreleased Tax forms
DATE: 2017-03-16 | LENGTH: 15:58

Judge Blocks Muslim Ban 2.0
The ruling is a major setback for the Islamophobic agenda of President Donald Trump, says Center for Constitutional Rights fellow Noor Zafar
DATE: 2017-03-15 | LENGTH: 06:41

The Reporter Trump "Never Heard of"- David Cay Johnston on Reality Asserts Itself
Paul Jay interviewed the Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist who revealed part of the president's 2005 tax return only to be referred as 'a reporter, who nobody ever heard of' in a Trump tweet
DATE: 2014-08-31 | LENGTH: 14:13

Netherlands Far-Right Leader Wilders Contained, But Far From Defeated
Alternet's Ben Norton says 'The Dutch Donald Trump' is going to remain a fixture in national politics - and this is just the beginning of a larger wave of far right movements across the globe
DATE: 2017-03-16 | LENGTH: 12:17

February Job Growth Barely Made Dent in Record Low Labor Force Participation
Newest government data still show trends of low wage job creation, racial disparities in employment, and workers continuing to leave the labor force, says economist Bill Black
DATE: 2017-03-15 | LENGTH: 12:41

Has the Conservative Party in South Korea Lost Its 10-Year Grip on Power?
Asia Institute director Emanuel Pastreich says geopolitical uncertainties between the U.S., China, and North Korea could lead to great political and economic instability in the region
DATE: 2017-03-16 | LENGTH: 10:26

Did Russian Oligarch Rybolovlev Bailout Trump in 2008?
Trump's connections should be less understood as a conspiracy and more representative of a potential willness to turn a blind eye to organized crime, says economist James Henry
DATE: 2017-03-16 | LENGTH: 14:27

Intel Buys Israeli Tech Firm in Largest Tech Deal in Nation's History
TRNN's Shir Hever says Intel is attempting to add prestige to its brand while Israeli politicians strive for a political victory to create the appearance of an international foothold in the nation's economy
DATE: 2017-03-16 | LENGTH: 12:02

Trump Fills the Swamp with Fossil Fuel Lobbyists
DeSmogBlog's Steve Horn says federal agencies are now being staffed by advocates of clean coal, expanded fossil fuel drilling, and hunting of endangered animals
DATE: 2017-03-15 | LENGTH: 10:41

GOP Health Care Plan: Massive Wealth Transfer to Corporations, Military, and the Rich
Democrats failed to advocate for universal coverage, allowing Trump and Republicans to blame rising health care costs on the Affordable Care Act
DATE: 2017-03-14 | LENGTH: 04:33

Attorney Fired By Trump Set Dangerous Precedent for Wall Street Prosecutions
Former financial regulator Bill Black says Preet Bharara was the most aggressive federal prosecutor, but was still easy on the elite Wall Street bankers - yet we shouldn't expect Trump to nominate a replacement who's less than ethically challenged
DATE: 2017-03-15 | LENGTH: 12:08

The Real Baltimore: Educators Say Destabilization of Public Schools is National Policy
In this episode of The Real Baltimore, a former superintendent and current teacher says public schools are being purposefully underfunded to pave the way for privatization - By Taya Graham and Stephen Janis
DATE: 2017-03-15 | LENGTH: 33:06

How to Understand Globalization: Not Nations, But Class
We must adopt a class-based analysis of globalization in order to attack the multilateral system that is producing inequality, advises South Centre Chief Economist Yilmaz Akyuz
DATE: 2017-03-15 | LENGTH: 10:46

Climate Scientist Slams Pruitt for Distorting Science of Global Warming
Dr. Alan Robock responds to EPA administrator Scott Pruitt's comments on carbon dioxide and explains CO2's role in the warming of the atmosphere
DATE: 2017-03-14 | LENGTH: 09:21

New Mike Brown Footage Discredits Ferguson Police Account
Black Agenda Report's Glen Ford says the police consistently manipulate public opinion with character assassinations and lies to justify the killing of black men
DATE: 2017-03-14 | LENGTH: 15:28

Russian, U.S. Geopolitical Interests in Growing Tension with Netanyahu's Political Self-Interest
Russia and the United States are in a strong position to protect their respective geopolitical interests in spite of Netanyahu's attempts at political self-preservation, says TRNN's Shir Hever
DATE: 2017-03-14 | LENGTH: 09:28

Portions of Keystone XL, Dakota Access Built By Oligarch Who Helped Bring Putin to Power
DeSmogBlog's Steve Horn says the steel used in the construction of the pipelines will be produced in the US or Canada, but nonetheless will be owned by foreign multinationals
DATE: 2017-03-14 | LENGTH: 14:33

Marilyn Mosby: I Will Continue to Challenge the 'Status Quo'
In an exclusive interview with Baltimore's State's Attorney and the first in our series focusing on women of influence, Mosby says the nation's criminal justice system still needs major reform - Story by Taya Graham and Stephen Janis
DATE: 2017-03-14 | LENGTH: 24:07

Rattling the Bars: Blacks More Likely to Be Wrongly Convicted Than Whites
Eddie Conway talks to Alison Flowers, author of 'The Exoneree Diaries,' who discusses a new report which reveals a troubling level of racial bias in the U.S. criminal justice system
DATE: 2017-03-14 | LENGTH: 08:40

Trump and The War Within the American Oligarchy
TRNN senior editor Paul Jay discusses how the Real News covers the Trump administration as well as the struggle between those who want to 'reign in the excesses of capitalism' and those who want to destroy the 'administrative state'
DATE: 2017-03-13 | LENGTH: 21:27

Thousands Protest Against Dakota Access in Front of White House
Indigenous activists and their supporters gathered in D.C. to condemn executive and state-level plans for continued pipeline construction and expansion of fracking
DATE: 2017-03-12 | LENGTH: 10:30

Battle Over Health Care Reveals Stark Contrast Between Party Self- Reflection
Republicans are engaged in a fierce debate about the future of their party while the Democratic Party appears uninterested in re-examining its identity, argues Bill Curry
DATE: 2017-03-13 | LENGTH: 06:37

Bush's Legacy: ISIS, A Million Dead in Iraq
Scholar Vijay Prashad notes that as former president George W. Bush goes on a book tour to rehabilitate himself, we should remember that his administration spawned the architecture for the War on Terror
DATE: 2017-03-13 | LENGTH: 14:09

Harriet Tubman Museum Offers Hope in the Age of Trump
Attendees at grand opening say celebrating her life is an important symbolic step for a country embroiled in racial strife - By Taya Graham and Stephen Janis
DATE: 2017-03-13 | LENGTH: 04:30

Weekly Anti-Trump Protests Launch in Baltimore
TRNN's Eddie Conway speaks to demonstrators determined to challenge the Trump/GOP agenda
DATE: 2017-03-13 | LENGTH: 07:12

Adversarial Relationship With Russia Result of Decades of US Provocation
Col. Lawrence Wilkerson tells Paul Jay that from the expansion of NATO to the Western-led plundering of the former USSR, the US has given Russia enough reason to feel threatened
DATE: 2017-03-12 | LENGTH: 11:57

US Deploys More Troops to Syria to Fight ISIS
Vijay Prashad provides analysis of why US troops will be fighting alongside a coalition of opposing allies to retake Raqqa
DATE: 2017-03-12 | LENGTH: 12:35

Tens of Thousands March Against Cuts and Privatization of the UK National Health Service
In one of the largest demonstrations of its kind, doctors and advocates called for a united front to demand a reversal of years of cuts and privatization to the NHS
DATE: 2017-03-11 | LENGTH: 11:43

Planet Will Burn Before Corporate Media Covers Climate Change as Existential Threat
Paul Jay says that the elites and their corporate media are not dealing with the climate crisis with the urgency it deserves because they think they will be ok and live by the philosophy of 'to hell with what comes tomorrow'
DATE: 2017-03-11 | LENGTH: 15:34

Trans-Forming Baltimore
Executive Producer Eddie Conway speaks with community organizers with the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Community Center in Baltimore (GLCCB).
DATE: 2017-03-11 | LENGTH: 13:17

America's Deportation Machine Unleashed
Women of color will continue to bear the brunt of and lead the resistance to unjust immigration policy, says undocumented activist and Our Revolution Political Director Erika Andiola
DATE: 2017-03-10 | LENGTH: 10:17

Israel Bans Entry to Supporters of the Boycott Movement
TRNN correspondent Shir Hever says the ban could be used to prevent re-entry of Palestinians who oppose the Israeli occupation of their land
DATE: 2017-03-10 | LENGTH: 13:03

Campaign Calls on Bernie Sanders to Lead a New Party
Nick Brana, former Sanders staffer, says it's time to give up expecting progressive change from the Democratic Party and that Sanders should lead his base in creating a new party
DATE: 2017-03-10 | LENGTH: 19:47

GOP's Deadly Obamacare Replacement (2/2)
Healthcare prices rose faster under Bush than under Obamacare, but Medicare for all would be much more cost effective says Jane McAlevey
DATE: 2017-03-10 | LENGTH: 16:25

Trump Supporters Call For Imprisoning Liberals at Phoenix Rally
In this shocking video, Dan Cohen documents the toxic atmosphere of Trump's political allies and most fervent supporters.
DATE: 2017-03-09 | LENGTH: 07:17

Wikileaks CIA Docs Suggest Gov. Hides Knowledge of Security Vulnerabilities from Tech Industry
The CIA and NSA are engaged in the same kind of hacking that politicians and the media excoriate the Russians for doing, says journalist Marcy Wheeler
DATE: 2017-03-09 | LENGTH: 09:50

"A Day Without a Woman" Goes Global
Thousands of women demand social, racial and economic equality in dozens of actions across the world
DATE: 2017-03-08 | LENGTH: 07:14

GOP's Deadly Obamacare Replacement (1/2)
Workers living in right-to-work states would become especially vulnerable to the cost-cutting machinations of the insurance industry, says Jane McAlevey
DATE: 2017-03-09 | LENGTH: 07:48

Pocomoke Residents Back New Candidate to Heal Wounds Since Firing of First Black Police Chief
Community leaders are hoping Pocomoke resident Monna Van Ess can challenge city leadership whom they say has been indifferent to their concerns since Kelvin Sewell was fired amid allegations of racism - Story by Taya Graham and Stephen Janis
DATE: 2017-03-09 | LENGTH: 04:44

'Liberating' Iraqi Cities Often Reduces Them to Ghost Towns
Many ISIS fighters retreated from Mosul prior to the current military campaign, and therefore the existence of organization is not threatened by the ongoing campaign, says Sabah Alnasseri
DATE: 2017-03-09 | LENGTH: 09:56

Chinese Telecom Giant Pays DoJ $892 Million Fine for Practices Trump Wants Legal For U.S. Firms
Bill Black says Trump wants to gut the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act to enable U.S. firms to engage in corruption
DATE: 2017-03-09 | LENGTH: 12:06

From Strikes to Symbolic Acts, 'A Day Without a Woman' Embraces Broad Front of Resistance
International Women's Day builds upon the Women's March on Washington with more leadership from women of color and deeper politicization among its participants, says journalist Margaret Prescod
DATE: 2017-03-07 | LENGTH: 13:18

Black Lives Matter on International Women's Day
We must bring the movement to those who are most marginalized, says Black Lives Matter - Canada co-founder janaya khan
DATE: 2017-03-08 | LENGTH: 15:16

Trump Immigration Plan Under Consideration Would Destroy Families and Communities for Shareholder Profit
Immigrants rights activist Reyna Montoya says the administration's proposal to warehouse women and their children in private prisons after separating them at the border won't address the roots of mass migration
DATE: 2017-03-08 | LENGTH: 05:55

Trump's EPA Cuts Would Gut Programs for Hazardous Waste Cleanup
The administration's attacks on environmental regulation will expose low-income communities of color to greater levels of pollution, says Environmental Integrity Project Executive Director Eric Schaeffer
DATE: 2017-03-08 | LENGTH: 14:33

GOP Health Care Bill Another Bailout for Insurance Companies
National Nurses United's Michael Lighty says the legislation represents a real threat to public health and will create barriers to treatment
DATE: 2017-03-08 | LENGTH: 09:34

Building Pipelines Leads to Growth - Not in Jobs, But Carbon Emissions
TRNN's Dimitri Lascaris says despite their difference in style, Trudeau and Trump share the same support for disastrous climate/fossil fuel policy
DATE: 2017-03-08 | LENGTH: 13:13

Bail Reform: Should the Poor Continue to Pay?
Eze Jackson heads to Annapolis to talk to advocates for House Bill 1390 which will eliminate cash bail for non-violent offenders who cannot afford to pay
DATE: 2017-03-08 | LENGTH: 09:35

European, North American Campuses Observe Israeli Apartheid Week
Students and faculty held events including mock checkpoints and poetry readings to draw attention to the occupation of the Palestinian territories and settler-colonialism, says scholar-activist Yara Hawari
DATE: 2017-03-08 | LENGTH: 08:56

Empire in Decay: Federal Government Falling Apart as Spying Allegations Fly
Col. Lawrence Wilkerson says there is a theory circulating in the intelligence community that the CIA asked the British to spy on Trump on behalf of the Democratic Party; the politicization of the intelligence agencies is a reflection of a dying empire
DATE: 2017-03-07 | LENGTH: 11:27

Did UAE Buy $5 Billion in Arms Anticipating Intensified Regional Conflict?
Trump has added to tension in the region with his warmongering statements on Iran, says filmmaker Andrew Feinstein
DATE: 2017-03-07 | LENGTH: 11:45

Judge Accepts Class Action Lawsuit Against Use of Slave Labor in Private Detention Centers
The case could open up a pandora's box of challenges against constitutional provisions for exploiting prison labor, says Black Agenda Report's Glen Ford
DATE: 2017-03-07 | LENGTH: 10:32

Industrial Overcapacity Behind Stalled Wage Growth in China
Richard Vague says private-debt is financing harmful economic growth in the nation
DATE: 2017-03-07 | LENGTH: 09:39

ACLU: Travel Ban 2.0 Still Targets Muslims, Remains Unconstitutional
Trump's revised travel ban is still discriminatory, won't stop terrorism, and must be resisted, says Lee Gelernt of the ACLU and Noor Mir of the DC Justice for Muslims Coalition
DATE: 2017-03-01 | LENGTH: 06:59

Wilkerson: Trump's New National Security Advisor Believes in Empire, More Realpolitik than Flynn
Col. Lawrence Wilkerson says General H.R. McMaster might be more restrained about military action, but will support massive budget increase to military and the imperial mission
DATE: 2017-03-06 | LENGTH: 10:01

High Frequency Trading in the Trump Era
White-collar criminologist Bill Black sits down with the Real News to spell out how the ballooning HFT industry works exactly, and where it's headed under President Trump
DATE: 2017-03-06 | LENGTH: 10:04

Empire Files: Chris Hedges & Abby Martin - Trump, Fascism & the Christian Right
For the first time in modern history, a fringe wing of Christian extremists have obtained the highest seats of power in the US government-from Mike Pence to Betsy DeVos -
DATE: 2017-03-06 | LENGTH: 25:18

Inmates Involved in Vaughn Prison Rebellion Denied Medical Treatment
Professor Kim Wilson says the inmates are reporting destruction and confiscation of their private property
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