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Police Violently Clearing Dakota Access Pipeline Protesters
In breaking news, correspondent Jihan Hafiz says police are shooting live ammunition at horses and horse riders
DATE: 2016-10-27 | LENGTH: 04:30

A Public Option is the Solution to the Un-Affordable Care Premium Jumps
Dean Baker of CEPR says if people could buy into a public option, it could seriously mitigate the price hikes
DATE: 2016-10-27 | LENGTH: 11:44

People's Tribunal to Examine Legacy of Iraq War
CODEPINK's Jodie Evans and AFSC's Raed Jarrar say the tribunal is an attempt to bring the anti-war movement together and pressure president Obama to hold the architects of the Iraq war accountable
DATE: 2016-10-27 | LENGTH: 22:08

The Empire Files: Meet the Socialist Woman Running for President
With just weeks until the US presidential election--and with both mainstream candidates embroiled in unprecedented scandal--Abby Martin interviews one of the progressive alternatives, socialist candidate Gloria La Riva.
DATE: 2016-10-27 | LENGTH: 25:45

Is the US Headed Towards War in Syria?
Col. Lawrence Wilkerson is concerned about Clinton's foreign policy record and the fact that many of her advisors resemble those who served in the first George W. Bush administration
DATE: 2016-10-26 | LENGTH: 14:16

Peaceful Prayer Against Pipeline Met with Police Violence and Mass Arrests
TRNN correspondent Jihan Hafiz, who was arrested on Saturday while covering resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline, discusses the incident
DATE: 2016-10-26 | LENGTH: 15:38

TRIPS: The Story of How Intellectual Property Became Linked to Trade (4/7)
The globalization of intellectual property rights will not improve trade, competition, or the livelihood of workers; it leads to underdevelopment, says professor Peter Drahos.
DATE: 2016-10-27 | LENGTH: 12:31

Breaking Through Power: Ralph Nader and Kim O'Neil on The Citizen Library
The Center for Study of Responsive Law held its second four-day conference on securing long-overdue democratic solutions in Washington, D.C. from September 26-28, 2016
DATE: 2016-10-26 | LENGTH: 29:44

EU-Canada Trade Doomed to Fail After Walloon Parliament Rejects CETA
Nick Dearden, director of Global Justice Now, says it might be a small region in Belgium but it's speaking on behalf of millions of people in Europe
DATE: 2016-10-26 | LENGTH: 13:16

Amnesty For FARC Rebels and Land Restitution Will Determine Fate of Colombian Peace Process
Political repression and right-wing media discouraged many people from voting in the referendum, says TRNN's Greg Wilpert
DATE: 2016-10-26 | LENGTH: 13:47

War Vet: Reenlistment Bonuses a Pittance Compared to the Billions Wasted in Iraq
War profiteers and high ranking military officials have never been held accountable for the mismanagement of funds spent on an illegal occupation, says Mike Prysner (Update: The Pentagon is no longer recollecting reenlistment bonuses)
DATE: 2016-10-26 | LENGTH: 12:41

The Story of How Intellectual Property Became Linked to Trade (3/7)
Countries like India and Brazil saw early on how excessive monopoly protection due to intellectual property rights would be an impediment to development, says professor Peter Drahos
DATE: 2016-10-26 | LENGTH: 13:09

TRNN REPLAY: The Real News Town Hall Pt. 2: Should the Community Control the Police?
In part two of four, host Marc Steiner and guests discuss the next steps for community policing - does Baltimore need a civilian review board with power?
DATE: 2014-11-26 | LENGTH: 28:12

Breaking Through Power: Mitch Rofsky on the Responsibility of Business for Civil Engagement
The Center for Study of Responsive Law held its second four-day conference on securing long-overdue democratic solutions in Washington, D.C. from September 26-28, 2016
DATE: 2016-10-26 | LENGTH: 20:08

President Maduro Calls on the Pope to Help Resolve Conflict with Opposition
The government is struggling to provide basic needs for its people due to an informal banking embargo centered around the United States, says Lucas Koerner of Venezuelanalysis
DATE: 2016-10-25 | LENGTH: 18:25

Broken Treaties Central to the Injustice of the Dakota Access Pipeline
As water protectors occupy unceded tribal lands, experts detail the treaties violated by the US government that have enabled the Dakota Access Pipeline
DATE: 2016-10-25 | LENGTH: 06:41

The Industrial Agricultural System is Limiting Food Access and Driving Climate Change
Kirtana Chandraeskaran of Friends of the Earth International explains why the UN Conference on World Food Security stopped short of recognizing that the industrial food sector is the greatest agricultural contributor to climate change
DATE: 2016-10-25 | LENGTH: 15:52

TRNN REPLAY: The Real News Town Hall: Should the Community Control the Police? Pt.1
Baltimore residents, lawyers, police and activists gather to discuss and debate what to do about police brutality in their city
DATE: 2014-11-25 | LENGTH: 36:39

Breaking Through Power: Wendy Fields on Movement Building
The Center for Study of Responsive Law held its second four-day conference on securing long-overdue democratic solutions in Washington, D.C. from September 26-28, 2016
DATE: 2016-10-25 | LENGTH: 18:25

How Washington's Money-Machine Stays Ahead of Democracy
Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party have created America's largest network of donors and fundraisers, and together they're delegating Wall Street's favorites to unelected positions within government
DATE: 2016-10-24 | LENGTH: 06:45

Tribes Reclaim Unceded Territories to Block Dakota Access Pipeline
The Real News reports from North Dakota where despite growing repression, water protectors reclaimed tribal territory as part of the growing resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline
DATE: 2016-10-24 | LENGTH: 02:32

Obama Holding Further Military Involvement in Syria, But Will the Next President?
The Russian government sees the next few months as a window of opportunity to secure their interests in Syria before the next administration takes office, says former CIA analyst Ray McGovern
DATE: 2016-10-24 | LENGTH: 16:46

TRIPS: The Story of How Intellectual Property Became Linked to Trade (2/7)
The architects of this trade agreement saw great profit from controlling the building blocks of the biological and digital technologies of the future, says professor Peter Drahos
DATE: 2016-10-24 | LENGTH: 09:28

A Just Transition for Fossil Fuels Workers is Possible
PERI co-director Bob Pollin describes his plan that guarantees pensions and wages, shifts workers out of the industry through retirement rather than job losses, and helps the country meet the UN climate goals
DATE: 2016-10-24 | LENGTH: 16:24

Breaking Through Power: Jordan Estevao on Training for Change
The Center for Study of Responsive Law held its second four-day conference on securing long-overdue democratic solutions in Washington, D.C. from September 26-28, 2016
DATE: 2016-10-24 | LENGTH: 17:42

The Right to Housing in Baltimore - TRNN Grand Opening
TRNN Replay: Public housing, renters issues, and homelessness are among the topics discussed in this 2014 panel moderated by Marc Steiner
DATE: 2016-10-24 | LENGTH: 33:02

Tom Hayden on the Obama-Biden Ticket
TRNN Replay: Tom Hayden (1939-2016): Biden will not be a progressive pressure on Obama
DATE: 2008-08-29 | LENGTH: 07:56

Clinton's Strategy: Make Obama Unelectable
TRNN Replay: Tom Hayden (1939-2016): Clinton-Obama battle sending Democratic Party into "downward death spiral"
DATE: 2008-04-24 | LENGTH: 06:39

Prospect of US Arms Shipments to Ukraine After Elections Prompts Restarting of Peace Negotiations
The Europeans tried to restart the process for implementing the deal because they believe Clinton is likely to send weapons to the Kiev government if she becomes the next president, says former CIA analyst Ray McGovern
DATE: 2016-10-23 | LENGTH: 10:40

TRIPS: The Story of How Intellectual Property Became Linked to Trade (1/7)
In this 7 part series, Professor Peter Drahos explains how multinationals from US, Europe, and Japan collaborated to create a global platform for multinationals to privatize knowledge
DATE: 2016-10-23 | LENGTH: 13:46

Why is the State of Maryland Defending Racist Practices of the Pocomoke police?
Taya Graham and Stephen Janis detail how the Department of Justice has stepped up to defend three black officers who were fired after making EEOC complaints of racial discrimination
DATE: 2016-10-23 | LENGTH: 17:59

Elites Outraged At Trump's Refusal to Accept Election Result
Military veteran and Empire Files producer Mike Prysner says the final presidential debate affirmed movements have critical work ahead regardless of who wins the White House
DATE: 2016-10-20 | LENGTH: 12:07

Two More Land Rights Activists Assassinated in Honduras
Honduran activists continue to suffer repression at the hands of state authorities and private companies, says filmmaker Jesse Freeston
DATE: 2016-10-21 | LENGTH: 12:51

Final Presidential Debate Accentuates Candidates' Divide on Abortion Rights
The candidates take neoliberal positions on most issues, but their positions on Roe v. Wade show what's at stake for women's rights, says attorney Kamau Franklin
DATE: 2016-10-22 | LENGTH: 18:37

Clinton Reaffirms Commitment to No-Fly Zone in Syria
In final presidential debate, host Chris Wallace challenged Clinton by saying a no-fly zone would lead to confrontation with Russia in Syria. Not a single word was said about climate change.
DATE: 2016-10-20 | LENGTH: 18:15

A Bloodier Battle for Mosul Might Begin After the Ouster of ISIS
The competing territorial claims of the Turks, Kurds, and Iraqi central government could result in an ethno-sectarian conflict after the military offense, warns York University professor Sabah Alnasseri
DATE: 2016-10-20 | LENGTH: 14:42

Covering the Epidemic of Violence in Baltimore - TRNN Grand Opening
TRNN Replay: Moderated by Paul Jay, this panel discussed solutions and how the Real News plans to report on murders in the city
DATE: 2014-06-26 | LENGTH: 27:08

Justice Department Sues Pocomoke For Violating Rights of Fired Black Police Chief
After a year long Real News investigation the DOJ's Civil Rights Division has joined a lawsuit alleging the city and state violated federal anti-discrimination laws when they fired the town's 1st black police chief
DATE: 2016-10-20 | LENGTH: 07:57

Officers Withdrawn from North Dakota Following Arrest of Madison Elected Official
Madison Common Council Alderperson Rebecca Kemble speaks out after her arrest while working as a legal observer during the growing resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline
DATE: 2016-10-20 | LENGTH: 19:10

Fair Elections Under Attack, Just Not in the Way Donald Trump Wants You to Believe
The Nation's Ari Berman says voter fraud remains virtually non-existent, but there is a real danger that many U.S. citizens will be unable to vote due to restrictive voting laws
DATE: 2016-10-18 | LENGTH: 06:51

TiSA Agreement Leaks Show Corporations Pushing Privatization of Public Services
For one thing, the leaks show prohibitions on requiring foreign companies to employ local workers, says Deborah James
DATE: 2016-10-19 | LENGTH: 15:01

Exxon Fighting to Shut Down Investigations Into Company's Foreknowledge of Climate Change
A federal judge ruled the company has a right to discover what evidence the MA Attorney General has on them
DATE: 2016-10-19 | LENGTH: 15:33

Opposition Calls for a General Strike As Congolese President Wins Election Delay
The usually bustling streets of the Democratic Republic of Congo's capital were mostly empty on Wednesday as the opposition has called for a general strike after the president was awarded a two-year election delay
DATE: 2016-10-18 | LENGTH: 14:27

The Path to Actual Police Reform Starts with Real Civilian Oversight
MD State Delegate Jill P. Carter says over a decade of stalled legislation to overhaul policing reveals that the only path to change is putting the people in charge
DATE: 2016-10-19 | LENGTH: 15:52

HFC Reduction Agreement Is Historic, But No Silver Bullet for Climate Change
It's legally binding and delivers on goals set in Paris, but we need many more of these kinds of agreements in order to meet the 1.5 C target, says Climate Interaction's Andrew Jones
DATE: 2016-10-18 | LENGTH: 09:21

What the NYT Left Out About Obama's 'Secret War' in Somalia
With hundreds of US special ops now in Somalia, Black Agenda Report's Glen Ford recount the more than 2 decades of US involvement
DATE: 2016-10-18 | LENGTH: 09:50

After Mosul, Whither ISIS?
ISIS is on the run and might head towards Egypt or Israel after getting kicked out of Iraq and Syria, says Col. Lawrence Wilkerson
DATE: 2016-10-18 | LENGTH: 11:51

US-Russia Tensions Escalating Over Fate of Assad
These times are more dangerous because they lack the fixed parameters and clear red lines of the Cold War days, says Col. Lawrence Wilkerson
DATE: 2016-10-18 | LENGTH: 14:04

Seattle Teachers in Solidarity with Black Lives Matter
Educator Jesse Hagopian says teachers see a need to affirm the value of Black life amidst the reality of segregation and racial disparities in public schools
DATE: 2016-10-18 | LENGTH: 10:55

'Rioting' Charges Dismissed against Journalist for Exposing State Repression Of Standing Rock Sioux
Journalist Amy Goodman speaks out after her charges were dropped for covering the brutal repression of peaceful water protectors
DATE: 2016-10-17 | LENGTH: 16:24

For Indigenous Lenca People in Honduras, Rebellion Is a Centuries-Old Story
The assassination of one of the world's most celebrated activists earlier this year is a reminder that indigenous peoples in Honduras and other parts of Latin America face the same sort of plutocracy they faced hundreds of years ago
DATE: 2016-10-17 | LENGTH: 11:37

Tax Breaks for Wealthy Developers Reinforce Segregation in Baltimore
Morgan State Professor Lawrence Brown says the distribution of tax subsidies throughout the city only make racial barriers and economic isolation worse
DATE: 2016-10-16 | LENGTH: 17:34

Eddie Conway Interviews Brazilian Youth Militants
While visiting Brazil, TRNN's executive producer spoke to members of several socialist organizations as they congregated for their annual movement building retreat in Brazil.
DATE: 2016-10-17 | LENGTH: 08:49

Journalist Amy Goodman to Turn Herself in to Defend Freedom of the Press
UPDATE: After dropping trespassing charges, prosecutors have now charged Goodman with participating in a 'riot'.
DATE: 2016-10-14 | LENGTH: 08:53

Who are the 'Superpolluters'?
Center for Public Integrity's Jamie Smith Hopkins discusses a study that took a close look at the major emitters of toxic fumes and greenhouse gases
DATE: 2016-10-17 | LENGTH: 08:39

Clinton Emails Admit Counterrevolutionary Role of Saudi Arabia in Middle East
Saudi Arabia has been accused by the Congressional 9/11 investigation of facilitating the 9/11 attacks and by Clinton emails of funding ISIL, so why does the monarchy get so much leeway from the US?'s associate editor Zenab Ahmed takes up this question.
DATE: 2016-10-16 | LENGTH: 10:51

We're Not in a New Cold War - It's Far Worse
Between nuclear weapons, election-time informational warfare, and the conflict in Syria, we're dancing on the edge of a volcano, says professor Richard Sakwa
DATE: 2016-10-14 | LENGTH: 13:05

Brazil's Social Movements Planning General Strike for November
The Landless Workers' Movement (MST) and others are ramping up opposition to the coup government, says the MST's Ana Moraes
DATE: 2016-10-16 | LENGTH: 14:15

Mock Tribunal Held Against Monsanto in the Hague
Activists are attempting to persuade the World Court to take up the case, says Ronnie Cummins
DATE: 2016-10-15 | LENGTH: 16:51

Haitian Activist Speaks Out Against Killing of Fellow Activist
David Oxygene discusses the perils of organizing in Haiti (This interview took place prior to the disaster wrought by Hurricane Matthew)
DATE: 2016-10-15 | LENGTH: 15:48

US Escalates Involvement in Yemen
The missile attacks on a US navy ship might serve the role the Gulf of Tonkin incident did in providing justification for US war in Vietnam, says's associate editor Zenab Ahmed
DATE: 2016-10-14 | LENGTH: 10:02

Neither Clinton Nor Trump Opposes Fracking
Wenonah Hauter, author of 'Frackopoly', discusses the election and how some states are fighting fracking harder than the federal government
DATE: 2016-10-14 | LENGTH: 21:01

Podesta Emails Show Hillary Is No Champion of Progressive Causes
Overshadowed by revelations of Trump's sexual assaults on women, the documents published by Wikileaks expose the Democratic candidate as a servant of corporate and military power, says author and journalist Doug Henwood
DATE: 2016-10-13 | LENGTH: 11:48

Breaking Through Power: Robert Vaughn on the Importance of Whistleblowing
The Center for Study of Responsive Law held its second four-day conference on securing long-overdue democratic solutions in Washington, D.C. from September 26-28, 2016
DATE: 2016-10-14 | LENGTH: 18:13

Wikileaks Reveals How Wall Street Buys Influence in the Democratic Party
The Intercept's Zaid Jilani discusses the important revelations in the leaks of Clinton's Wall Street speeches, John Podesta's emails, and internal Democratic Party memos
DATE: 2016-10-12 | LENGTH: 11:42

Why is the Airline Industry Exempt from the Paris Climate Agreement?
The airline industry's emissions are as large as Germany's and threaten the globe from meeting targets set at COP21, says Vera Paradee of the Climate Law Institute
DATE: 2016-10-12 | LENGTH: 11:10

Is Duterte Bluffing?
The Philippines president's snub of the military alliance with the US might signal a desire for a more independent foreign policy and more Chinese aid, says Walden Bello
DATE: 2016-10-12 | LENGTH: 21:51

ACLU Nabs Firm Using Facebook, Twitter to Help Police Investigate Protesters
Promotional materials obtained by civil rights organization show Geofeedia tapped social media feeds to track activists on behalf of police in Baltimore and Ferguson
DATE: 2016-10-12 | LENGTH: 13:28

Law Enforcement Might Be Sweeping Up Your Private Data Without a Warrant
Several US Senators wrote to the FCC Commissioner expressing concerns over the use of Stingray devices in communities of color and whether police are operating it lawfully
DATE: 2016-10-12 | LENGTH: 13:01

U.S. Weapon Sales Enable Saudi Arabia's Atrocities in Yemen
CODEPINK's Medea Benjamin says the U.S. claims it values democracy while supporting a state that exports terrorism and drops bombs on people at funerals
DATE: 2016-10-12 | LENGTH: 10:02

Who Really Is Tim Kaine?
For most Americans, last week's Vice Presidential debate is the only time voters will get acquainted with the relatively unknown Tim Kaine, so the Real News asks: 'what about Kaine was left out of the discussion?'
DATE: 2016-10-12 | LENGTH: 05:17

The Empire Files: Fighting at Standing Rock with AIM Founder Dennis Banks
To get an eyewitness account of this growing movement, Abby Martin interviews legendary Native leader Dennis Banks, founder of of the American Indian Movement (AIM).
DATE: 2016-10-12 | LENGTH: 23:59

Standing Rock Sioux Attorney: Deliberate Destruction of Sites Should Invalidate Pipeline Permit
Energy Transfer says protests against the pipeline are taking place on private property, but an attorney for the Standing Rock Sioux government says the land was long ago given to the tribe in a treaty with the U.S.
DATE: 2016-10-12 | LENGTH: 13:29

Chicago Teachers Win More School Funding Without a Strike
Jacobin's Micah Uetricht explains why the concessions won by the teachers are credit to its militant leadership and why the union's democratic nature might spur some teachers to reject the deal
DATE: 2016-10-11 | LENGTH: 05:38

Protests Planned at Houston Headquarters of Dakota Access Pipeline Owners
The fight against extractive industries links together indigenous, Global South, and environmental justice communities, says research fellow Yvette Arellano
DATE: 2016-10-12 | LENGTH: 13:53

Report: California Prisoners Regularly Exposed to Contaminated Water
Diana Zuniga of Californians United for a Responsible Budget hopes her organization's new report will deter plans to construct a new women's jail in Los Angeles
DATE: 2016-10-11 | LENGTH: 14:11

West Reneging on Promises Made to BRICS Countries During 2008 Crisis
The BRICS banks will need to address the challenge of the IMF's global hegemony, says Rajat M. Nag, Distinguished Fellow with National Council of Applied Economic Research (NCAER) New Delhi - Newsclick and TRNN Joint Production
DATE: 2016-10-12 | LENGTH: 13:21

Chris Hedges: It's Our Bombs, Not Trump's Comments, that Fuel Hatred Towards the United States
Veteran journalist Chris Hedges says though Clinton's rhetoric on Muslims is more palatable, she has been an enthusiastic supporter of 'bombing our way to peace' in the Middle East
DATE: 2016-10-10 | LENGTH: 15:04

Second Presidential Debate A Missed Opportunity to Discuss the Need for Feminism
Liza Featherstone says that neither candidate put Trump's remarks on sexual assault in the context of prevalent gendered violence and inequality
DATE: 2016-10-11 | LENGTH: 17:45

Second Debate in St. Louis, But Not a Word From the Candidates on Ferguson or Mike Brown
Christina Heatherton and john a. powell discuss Trump's and Clinton's positions on policing and racism in America
DATE: 2016-10-11 | LENGTH: 15:45

The Empire Files: Inside Palestine's Refugee Camps
In her first on-the-ground report from Palestine, Abby Martin gives a first-hand look into two of the most attacked refugee camps in the West Bank: Balata and Aida camps.
DATE: 2016-10-11 | LENGTH: 30:21

The 'Ferguson Effect' and Minimizing Demands for Police Reform
Black Agenda Report's Glen Ford casts doubt on claims that media scrutiny is deterring police officers from doing their job
DATE: 2016-10-11 | LENGTH: 07:37

What Does Paris Climate Agreement Ratification Mean for India?
The draft of the Paris climate change agreement ignores many submissions by developing countries, breaches India's non-negotiable red lines, and is inimical to the country's interests, says D. Raghunandan of the Delhi Science Forum
DATE: 2016-10-11 | LENGTH: 13:13

The Laura Flanders Show: Fiscal Feminism
Laura Flanders interviews economist and professor Pavlina R. Tcherneva, who says economic growth and employment begins with targeting women and racial minorities as the benefactors of policy
DATE: 2016-10-11 | LENGTH: 26:03

Clinton and Trump Promote Fossil Fuels During Second Presidential Debate
The election is between two candidates without serious plans to address the climate crisis, say Janet Redman and Chris Williams
DATE: 2016-10-10 | LENGTH: 10:47

In Second Presidential Debate, Clinton Escalates Her Call for Military Solution in Syria
When it comes to their positions on Syria, Clinton's is irresponsible and Trump's has no content, says Phyllis Bennis of the Institute for Policy Studies
DATE: 2016-10-10 | LENGTH: 11:42

Second Presidential Debate | Recap and Analysis
TRNN gets instant analysis from Iraq War Veteran Mike Prysner, historian Gerald Horne and Dr. Marva Robinson
DATE: 2016-10-10 | LENGTH: 09:54

Standing up at Standing Rock: Voices from the Encampment
Indigenous people and their allies share why they are protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline - Lauretta Prevost, Producer, and Lindsay Ofrias, Associate Producer
DATE: 2016-10-10 | LENGTH: 02:02

Afghanistan War at 15th Year Without End in Sight
Trump and Clinton ignore Afghanistan war because they both will continue it, says Afghan Women's Mission co-director Sonali Kolhatkar
DATE: 2016-10-07 | LENGTH: 14:25

Paris Climate Agreement Not Strong Enough to Prevent Global Catastrophe
Atmospheric physicist Pablo Canziani explains why the agreement is 'necessary, but not sufficient'
DATE: 2016-10-07 | LENGTH: 13:03

Does Colombian President Santos Deserve the Nobel Peace Prize?
The prize is important because it can help overcome the referendum vote against the peace agreement, says Cristin Espinel of the Colombian Human Rights Committee
DATE: 2016-10-07 | LENGTH: 10:58

Breaking Through Power: David Vladeck on Empowering Consumers
The Center for Study of Responsive Law held its second four-day conference on securing long-overdue democratic solutions in Washington, D.C. from September 26-28, 2016
DATE: 2016-10-09 | LENGTH: 16:09

Breaking Through Power: Robert Weissman on Corporate Power and Money in Politics
The Center for Study of Responsive Law held its second four-day conference on securing long-overdue democratic solutions in Washington, D.C. from September 26-28, 2016
DATE: 2016-10-09 | LENGTH: 21:11

How the Red Cross, UN, and Foreign Governments Made Haiti More Vulnerable to Hurricane Matthew
Interventions, an ongoing cholera epidemic, and the devastating 2010 earthquake left much of the country in a condition that's made the disaster worse
DATE: 2016-10-07 | LENGTH: 08:35

Economic 'Recovery' Feels Weak Because the Great Recession Hasn't Really Ended
The IMF foretells of vulnerable banks in US and EU while enabling unsustainable debt-leveraging, says economist Michael Hudson
DATE: 2016-10-07 | LENGTH: 12:10

Poll Shows Hundreds of Sanders Delegates Continuing to Withhold Support For Clinton
Former Sanders delegate Norman Solomon says while there's a tactical need to align with Clinton to avoid a Trump presidency, many voters remain unenthused by Clinton's record and merely rhetorical appeals to progressivism
DATE: 2016-10-07 | LENGTH: 11:57

After Uptick in Crime, Pocomoke Revisits Strategy of Fired 1st Black Police Chief
Council rejects curfew but town remains divided on solutions for teens congregating at night
DATE: 2016-10-07 | LENGTH: 06:56

A New Snowden?
Former NSA whistleblower William Binney says the August release of NSA source code might be tied to the arrest of Harold Thomas Martin
DATE: 2016-10-06 | LENGTH: 06:37

Israel Seizes Yacht Attempting to Breach Gaza Blockade
Col. Ann Wright was among 13 female activists that were part of the Women's Boat to Gaza
DATE: 2016-10-05 | LENGTH: 04:37

Should Progressives Support Gary Johnson?
Author Dan Arel says Gary Johnson's policies may sound progressive but really benefit the top 1%
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