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    We Dehumanize Those We Want to Exploit - Eddie Conway on Reality Asserts Itself (9/10)


    Mr. Conway says police are asked by society to control the poor as if they are fighting a war, so anything goes
    2014-11-26 11:14:29

    Baltimore Erupts With Protests in Solidarity With Ferguson


    Hundreds march across Baltimore and shutdown major thoroughfares the day after a St. Louis County Grand Jury failed to indict Officer Darren Wilson for killing Michael Brown
    2014-11-26 08:43:22

    Police Brutality Towards Black People Has Historically Gone Unchecked


    Professor Gerald Horne and civil rights organizer Kevin Alexander Gray say the Ferguson grand jury decision is in line with U.S. history, and discuss whether a Department of Justice investigation would yield different results
    2014-11-26 11:13:37

    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?
    2014-11-26 11:13:55

    "Democracy on Fire": Protestors Respond to Grand Jury's Failure to Indict Mike Brown's Killer


    The Real News speaks to Rev. Osagyefo Uhuru Sekou, Black Agenda Report's Glen Ford and former Black Panther Eddie Conway for their reactions to the decision of a St. Louis County grand jury not to indict Darren Wilson
    2014-11-25 15:00:28

    Hagel Resigns - A Look at His Record


    IPS fellow Phyllis Bennis and Just Foreign Policy's Robert Naiman discuss Hagel's actions on Afghanistan, ISIS, and the Pentagon budget
    2014-11-25 04:14:20

    Is Obama's Immigration Action Too Little, Too Late?


    DREAM Action Coalition organizer Erika Andiola describes how millions, including her mother, will be excluded from the action and says a comprehensive immigration plan deals with why undocumented immigrants come to the U.S. in the first place
    2014-11-25 04:16:02

    Baltimore Residents Demand Legislative Action to End Police Impunity


    Residents, attorneys and law enforcement officials offer testimony on whether the Maryland legislature should repeal key components of the Law Enforcement Officers' Bill of Rights.
    2014-11-25 18:05:36

    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
    2014-11-26 09:05:51

    Who Is in Charge of Development: The Elite or the Majorities? (2/2)


    The conclusion of a conversation with UN economist Richard Kozul-Wright on the far-reaching impact of a lecture given by Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa on the politics of development
    2014-11-24 15:30:56

    TRNN Replay: Fannie Lou Hamer and the Racist Dixiecrats - Bob Moses on Reality Asserts Itself (6/9)


    Mr. Moses describes how in 1874 the white racist Democratic Party violently overthrew the Governor of Mississippi (who had been elected by a mostly black Republican Party), and how these Dixiecrats became a wing of the national Democratic Party right up to 1964, when the Mississippi Freedom Democrats ended their reign
    2014-11-26 08:55:50

    TRNN Replay: Destroy Their Economic Livelihoods, and They Will Come


    Jeff Faux: 95% of immigrant children who cross the US-Mexico border are from countries that the US has dominated or controlled during the past century
    2014-11-24 04:06:26

    Protesting GM Auto Workers Attacked by US Embassy Staff


    US labor activists have filed a complaint with the Dept. of Justice and the SEC, charging the General Motors Company with a violation of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, says Frank Hammer, retired General Motors employee and former president and chairman of Local 909 in Warren, Michigan
    2014-11-23 14:53:29

    The Life and Times of Emory Douglas, Minister of Culture in the Black Panther Party (3/3)


    Marc Steiner concludes his discussion with former Black Panther Emory Douglas
    2014-11-23 01:23:38

    G-20 Recommits to Lifting Private Sector Activity (2/2)


    The G-20 Club, rather than reducing inequality and poverty, create the conditions whereby it is exacerbated, says Leo Panitch, author of The Making of Global Capitalism
    2014-11-23 23:04:16

    Obama Unveils Immigration Plan, But What Will It Change?


    Author and former labor organizer David Bacon unpacks how temporary legal status won't get at the root of the issue of getting legal status for workers in order to fight for fair wages and better working conditions
    2014-11-22 10:46:20

    TRNN Replay: Immigration Reform Requires Dismantling NAFTA and Respecting Migrants' Rights


    David Bacon explains the essentials of immigration reform.
    2014-11-22 10:36:12

    TRNN Replay: Why Do Mexican Workers Head North?


    Timothy Wise: Mexican agriculture was undermined by NAFTA and companies like Smithfield
    2014-11-22 10:34:50

    TRNN Replay: Do Undocumented Workers Take Jobs and Lower Wages?


    Dube: Increasing evidence that legalizing undocumented workers has a positive effect on the economy
    2014-11-21 14:22:54

    Study Finds Racial Profiling Persists in Toronto Despite Ban


    Despite efforts to curtail racial profiling, a new study has shown it persists in Toronto's most marginalized communities, says Sabrina 'Butterfly' GoPaul of the group Jane Finch Action Against Poverty
    2014-11-21 13:10:53

    G-20 Recommits to Lifting Private Sector Activity


    They have managed to contain a massive capitalist crisis and they may actually be realizing that massive government sector spending is required to save capitalism, says Prof. Leo Panitch the author of The Making of Global Capitalism.
    2014-11-21 10:24:21

    Who Is In Charge of Development: The Elite or the Majorities? (1/2)


    Part 1 of a conversation with UN economist Richard Kozul-Wright on the far-reaching impact of a lecture on the politics of development given by Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa
    2014-11-24 09:41:06

    Swedish Court of Appeals Rule to Continue the Detention of Julian Assange


    While the prosecutor was reprimanded by the court for failing to move this case forward, it does not provide Assange with a remedy, says Michael Ratner, US lawyer for Julian Assange
    2014-11-21 07:52:57

    TRNN Replay: Do Undocumented Workers Take Jobs and Lower Wages?


    Dube: Increasing evidence that legalizing undocumented workers has a positive effect on the economy
    2014-11-21 14:22:54

    TRNN Replay: Founding SNCC and Taking on Mississippi - Bob Moses on Reality Asserts Itself (4/9)


    Mr. Moses traces the events that led him to take up a leading role in Freedom Summer
    2014-11-21 21:49:24

    The Power to Create Money in the Hands of the Banks


    The same financial institutions that created the financial crisis are now entrusted with one of the most power tools to shape the economy - and many elected officials have no idea, says Ben Dyson of Positive Money
    2014-11-20 12:16:46

    TRNN Replay: The Respectable Face of Terror - Robert Moses on Reality Asserts Itself (3/9)


    Mr. Moses, former field secretary for SNCC, says America from 1875 down to the civil rights movement was slavery by another name
    2014-11-21 21:49:31

    Animal Agriculture: A Neglected Agent of Global Warming?


    The co-producers of the documentary film "Cowspiracy" discuss the environmental impacts of animal agriculture - and why mainstream organizations have been silent about it
    2014-11-20 12:13:53

    Despite Senate Vote on Keystone XL, Tar Sands Oil Will Still Reach the Gulf


    Obama has quietly approved the Alberta Clipper, a cross-border pipeline between the U.S and Canada that will connect with the southern half of the Keystone XL pipeline, say journalists Steve Horn of DeSmogBlog and Cherri Foytlin of bridgethegulfproject.org
    2014-11-19 11:27:48

    Seattle Begins Police Reforms in Wake of Federal Civil Rights Investigation


    Reporter Ansel Herz discusses the Seattle mayor adopting reforms after a federal investigation found the Seattle police force carried out discriminatory practices
    2014-11-21 16:10:20

    TRNN Replay: Bob Moses on Reality Asserts Itself (2/9)


    The influential civil rights leader describes growing up in Cold War America
    2014-11-21 21:50:30

    All Eyes on Ferguson as Gov. Nixon Declares State of Emergency Ahead of Grand Jury Decision


    Black Agenda Report's Glen Ford examines the role law enforcement, grassroots movements and the Democratic Party will play in the aftermath of the grand jury decision on whether to indict officer Darren Wilson for the death of Michael Brown
    2014-11-18 11:07:57

    The Life and Times of Emory Douglas, Minister of Culture in the Black Panther Party (2/3)


    Marc Steiner continues his discussion with former Black Panther Emory Douglas
    2014-11-18 07:58:56

    G20 Summit Failed to Seriously Address Global Problems


    Economist James Henry says the annual G20 summit has a tendency to focus on last week's news rather than fixing long-term issues like tax reform, infrastructural investment, and climate change
    2014-11-18 01:10:16

    TRNN Replay: Glen Ford on Reality Asserts Itself


    Glen Ford, Executive Editor of Black Agenda Report, talks to Paul Jay about growing up Black in American apartheid
    2014-11-21 21:50:17

    Who is Behind the Ousting of President Compaore in Burkina Faso?


    Burkinabe people have a history of revolutions - once the social and political engine started, it could not be stopped, says Dr. Gnaka Lagoke and Paul Sankara, brother of revolutionary Thomas Sankara
    2014-11-19 00:04:08

    Investigation Uncovers "Culture of Impunity" for Chicago Police Department


    Chicago police have one in a thousand odd chance of being held accountable for alleged abuse, say journalists Sarah Macaraeg and Alison Flowers
    2014-11-18 00:35:16

    TRNN Replay: Bob Moses on Reality Asserts Itself


    Paul Jay interviews the civil rights leaders who played a leading role in the 1964 Mississippi Freedom Summer
    2014-11-22 08:09:40

    RAP NEWS 29: The G20 with Tony Abbott - Feat. Senator Scott Ludlam


    Credit: www.thejuicemedia.com
    2014-11-17 07:52:37

    Critics Say DC's 'Model' Police Review Board Can't Stop Abuses


    DC's Office of Police Complaints may be one of the most robust civilian review boards in the country, but it's still unable to check systemic racism and racial profiling by its officers, says Seema Sadanandan, policy and advocacy director of the ACLU of the Nation's Capital
    2014-11-17 16:54:12

    $4.3 Billion Fine for Fraud in Exchange Market Manipulations is Pittance for Major Banks


    This collective fine for big banks involved in exchange fraud represent less than 1/1000 of the daily transactions in the market says Bill Black, former financial regulator
    2014-11-16 08:40:21

    Obama Administration Leaves Door Wide Open for Torture to Occur Again


    The Obama administration should be judged by its actions, not by its pious words, says Michael Ratner, president emeritus of the Center for Constitutional Rights
    2014-11-16 00:50:43

    TRNN Replay: "I am a real pessimist about politics in America" - Ed Herman, Co-author of "Manufacturing Consent"


    Paul Jay interviews Ed Herman, who wrote the famous book on the political economy of the mass media with Noam Chomsky
    2014-11-16 08:47:50

    US-China Climate Accord is Neither "Historic" nor a "Landmark"


    While it is important for China and the US, the two largest CO2 emitters, to walk hand in hand in cooperation, the agreement lacks "all of the above strategies" required to achieve the necessary reductions, says Janet Redman of IPS and Professor Minqi Li of the University of Utah
    2014-11-15 11:19:04

    How Deep is the Rot on Wall Street?


    Joseph Fichera's op-ed in the New York Times shows the full depravity of Wall Street's resistance to regulation, says white collar criminologist Professor William Black.
    2014-11-14 12:59:31

    The Life and Times of Emory Douglas, Minister of Culture in the Black Panther Party (1/3)


    The first part of Marc Steiner's discussion with former Black Panther Emory Douglas
    2014-11-14 09:01:36

    President Putin Pledges to Increase Trade with China and Asia to Rebuke Sanctions


    The $400 billion, 40 year oil and gas deal between China and Russia is a response to the new cold war pressure and sanctions on Russia, says economist Michael Hudson
    2014-11-13 16:10:02

    The Post-Bankruptcy Plan for Detroit


    The bankruptcy plan is a blow to retirees and falls short of addressing the circumstances that led to the bankruptcy in the first place, say journalist Curt Guyette and Rev. David Alexander Bullock
    2014-11-13 11:56:00

    Russia's Pivotal Role in the Iranian Nuclear Agreement


    Russia will play a major role in a deal by ensuring that Iran complies with US demands - and it has a lot of money to gain from it, says Gareth Porter, the author of Manufactured Crisis: The Untold Story of the Iran Nuclear Scare.
    2014-11-13 13:05:12

    Katrina vanden Heuvel on Interviewing Edward Snowden (2/2)


    Marc Steiner continues his conversation with Katrina vanden Heuvel, editor and publisher of The Nation, who recently interviewed Edward Snowden in Moscow
    2014-11-13 11:47:43

    Tens of Thousands March to End Impunity for the Mexican Narco-State


    Prof. John Ackerman argues that outrage over the 43 recently disappeared college students has the potential to unite social forces to challenge the US-backed Mexican narco-state
    2014-11-12 01:59:10

    Was Convicted Palestinian-American Rasmea Yousef Odeh Allowed a Fair Defense?


    Independent journalist Charlotte Silver discusses how the defense was blocked from including the role of torture and PTSD in her case
    2014-11-12 01:00:53

    Wealth of Households and Poverty of its People


    Household wealth has considerably fallen to 1998 levels for a majority of households says the Center for Economic and Policy Research Economist David Rosnick
    2014-11-13 00:13:11

    "The Long Shadow": Race, Class and Privilege in Baltimore (5/5)


    In this segment, Karl Professor Karl Alexander concludes his discussion about his nearly three decade study that exposes the structural barriers to escaping poverty in Baltimore
    2014-11-12 10:41:27

    Activists Arrested for Protesting Drone Killings Speak Out


    Ellen Barfield and Marilyn Carlisle talk to the Real News about why they committed civil disobedience opposing drone strikes at the NSA headquarters in Ft. Meade, Maryland
    2014-11-12 10:53:32

    On the Verge of a Historic Nuclear Energy Deal with Iran?


    Unknown contents of President Obama's letter to Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei of Iran under scrutiny by Republicans and the blogosphere as a historic deal nears, says Trita Parsi, President of the National Iranian American Council
    2014-11-11 14:51:58

    Capitalism's Stunning Contradiction


    Economist Richard Wolff says every capitalist tries to systematically reduce wages and then can't sell what wage workers have produced
    2014-11-11 12:30:48

    The Slippery Slope of More Troops in Iraq Leads To Vietnam


    Col. Larry Wilkerson says if the U.S. strategy against the Islamic State in Iraq does not focus on supporting Iraqi fighting forces to do the heavy lifting, we could end up with full-scale war like we did in Vietnam
    2014-11-11 08:06:38

    Toothless Tiger: Citizen Review Board Unable to Hold Police Accountable


    TRNN examines Baltimore's police review board, which everyone from the board's head to the mayor agree needs to be overhauled
    2014-11-10 13:37:33

    Gaza News Roundup: The Mavi Marmara, Operation Protective Edge, and Dempsey


    IPS Fellow Phyllis Bennis discusses the International Criminal Court's decision to not pursue a case against Israel for the Mavi Marmara incident; the Amnesty International Report on incidents during Operative Protective Edge; and U.S. General Martin Dempsey's defense of Israel's actions during that campaign
    2014-11-10 11:50:32

    Final Rule of Dodd-Frank Won't Address Incentives, Lax Regulation, or Size of Banks


    Despite being a requirement of the 2010 Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform law, the final rule designed to prevent large financial firms from becoming too big won't precent another crisis, says Gerald Epstein, professor of economics and a founding Co-Director of the Political Economy Research Institute
    2014-11-10 11:30:02

    "The Long Shadow": Race, Class and Privilege in Baltimore (3/5)


    Professor Karl Alexander discusses his nearly three decade study that exposes the structural barriers to escaping poverty in Baltimore
    2014-11-10 08:46:50

    How Will the GOP-Controlled Senate Affect Trade Deals?


    In the second part of our series, we look at how the new Republican majority will complicate Obama's efforts to move forward on two trade deals, TPP and T-TIP.
    2014-11-11 12:28:44

    Fall of Berlin Wall Began Eastern Expansion of NATO


    Former CIA analyst Ray McGovern says the fall of the Berlin wall should have been an opportunity to create a constructive alliance with Russia, but instead, it became an opportunity to contain and isolate it
    2014-11-09 00:34:54

    Occupation and Settlements: The Roots of Unrest in Jerusalem


    Political economist Shir Hever discusses the economic and political conditions of Palestinians in Jerusalem, while IPS Fellow Phyllis Bennis says U.S. and Israel will continue to cooperate in maintaining the occupation despite reports of a setback in relations
    2014-11-09 00:24:23

    "The Long Shadow": Race, Class and Privilege in Baltimore (2/5)


    Professor Karl Alexander discusses his nearly three decade study that exposes the structural barriers to escaping poverty in Baltimore
    2014-11-09 00:03:51

    IMF & World Bank Policies Responsible For Weakening Health Systems in West Africa


    After emerging from colonialism, many nations in the African continent were forced to accept economic arrangements that allowed multinational corporations to overwhelmingly benefit from the wealth and resources of the region, says policy analyst and activist Nii Akuetteh
    2014-11-07 16:05:22

    "The Long Shadow": Race, Class and Privilege in Baltimore (1/5)


    Professor Karl Alexander discusses his nearly three decade study that exposes the structural barriers to escaping poverty in Baltimore
    2014-11-07 10:18:53

    Katrina vanden Heuvel on Interviewing Edward Snowden (1/2)


    Marc Steiner talks to Katrina vanden Heuvel, editor and publisher of The Nation, who recently interviewed Edward Snowden in Moscow
    2014-11-07 10:17:53

    Hedges & Wolin: Can Capitalism and Democracy Coexist? (8/8)


    Journalist Chris Hedges and political philosopher Sheldon Wolin conclude their interview with a discussion on the problems of revolution and power
    2014-11-07 07:50:16

    Maryland Post-Election Redux: What's Next for the Left?


    Dr. Jared Ball talks movement making and voter apathy in the deeply blue state of Maryland now that a Republican is the governor-elect
    2014-11-08 01:22:36

    50 Arrested in Protests Against Federal Agency "Rubber Stamping" Fracking


    As a part of a week of actions, protestors push for a ban on fracking projects approved by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission after four fracking ban ballots pass nationwide
    2014-11-06 10:27:03

    Most Expensive Off Year Election in History


    The real election results are that we had the lowest voter turn out in decades and voter repudation of Congress and Obama, says Tom Ferguson, professor of political science at the University of Massachusetts, Boston
    2014-11-06 08:55:28

    Hedges & Wolin: Can Capitalism and Democracy Coexist? (7/8)


    Journalist Chris Hedges and political philosopher Sheldon Wolin continue their discussion of the threats faced by democratic institutions
    2014-11-06 15:11:15

    Modernizing and Energy Efficiency Could Drastically Reduce CO2 Emissions


    It is absolutely possible to reduce CO2 emissions by making energy plants more effiient in places like China, US and Europe says Professor Giovanni Baiocchi of University of Maryland
    2014-11-06 09:40:17

    US Elections: Theater with Deadly Consequences


    Col. Lawrence Wilkerson and Paul Jay discuss how the media helps create a charade of democracy, and makes a fortune doing it
    2014-11-05 01:59:05

    North Carolina's Moral Mondays Movement Looks Past Election Day


    Robert Dawkins and Bryan Perlmutter discuss how voters in this year's most expensive campaign are subject to 2-hour wait times & inadequately prepared polling stations, and also speak about the Democrats' connection to the grassroots
    2014-11-05 11:04:22

    How Will the Midterms Affect Climate Change & Fracking Policy?


    Daphne Wysham from the Center for Sustainable Economy says a Republican- controlled Senate will be a climate disaster, while Steve Horn from DeSmogBlog says the fracking industry is outspending activists in order to thwart anti-fracking ballot initiatives
    2014-11-05 15:57:47

    Wisconsin Gubernatorial Race to Determine Direction of State's Minimum Wage, Labor Issues


    Money in Politics' Bill Lueders and Laura Dresser from the Center on Wisconsin Strategy discuss campaign finance, minimum wage, and labor rights in Wisconsin's closely watched gubernatorial race between incumbent Republican Scott Walker and Democratic challenger Mary Burke
    2014-11-05 03:03:14

    How Would a GOP-Controlled Senate Affect US-Iran Negotiations?


    In the first of a series of reports from The Real News, we look at how a change in party leadership would change U.S. foreign policy on Iran
    2014-11-11 12:28:29

    IPCC Synthesis Report Stops Short of Naming the Worst Emitters of CO2


    The science is rigorous but the report is a compromise between its findings and the worst emitters, says Professor Giovanni Baiocchi of University of Maryland
    2014-11-04 10:17:58

    How the No-Fly Zone in Ferguson Became the No-Justice Zone


    FAA complied with a request by federal authorities to ban media helicopters from covering police conduct during the protest, but Glen Ford, executive editor of Black Agenda Report, asks: does it really matter?
    2014-11-04 12:08:16

    What's at Stake for the Black Electorate in Maryland?


    Dr. Jared Ball, professor at Morgan State University and radio host, and Hassan Giordano, political analyst for Fox News Radio, discuss the black vote and the Maryland gubernatorial race
    2014-11-04 09:46:48

    Political Will Required to Address the Climate Crisis


    We already have the technology and the solutions; we just need the political will, says economist Rachel Cleetus with the Union of Concerned Scientists.
    2014-11-04 11:31:27

    Islamic State Born of Deteriorating Economic Conditions in Iraq


    Poverty and inequality created by the plunder of Iraq's wealth by elites and multinational corporations after the US occupation of Iraq were a great recruiting tool for ISIS, says Professor Sabah Alnasseri of York University's Department of Political Science
    2014-11-04 00:18:13

    Steven Salaita Wants his Job Reinstated at UIUC


    University of Illinois Urbana-Champaigne rescinded Professors Steven Salaita's job over pro-Palestinian tweets sent out during Israel's war on Gaza this summer Salaita says he is waiting for a ruling on his case for reinstatement
    2014-11-04 23:12:11

    The Rise of Europe's Far-Right


    Prof. John Weeks discusses the rise of xenophobic, authoritarian and racist far-right movements across Western Europe and England
    2014-11-03 14:50:15

    The Neoliberal Outbreak of Ebola


    Evolutionary biologist Robert Wallace says the outbreak of Ebola in West Africa is better explained by Western-driven policy than indigenous cultural practices
    2014-11-02 00:23:40

    Iraqi Parliament Takes Two Months to Appoint Two Key Cabinet Ministers


    "You get your man, I get mine" method of appointing a cabinet just means more of the same corrupt elite at the helm while 3 million Iraqis remain internally displaced, says Sabah Alnasseri, Professor at York University's Department of Political Science.
    2014-11-03 11:31:42

    Hedges and Wolin (6/8): Can Capitalism and Democracy Coexist?


    Journalist Chris Hedges and political philosopher Sheldon Wolin continue their discussion of the threats faced by democratic institutions
    2014-11-03 11:54:53

    What to Expect in the IPCC Synthesis Report


    Professor Chris Williams of Pace University says we would need to shut down the fossil fuel industry over the next 20 years to achieve carbon reduction targets
    2014-10-31 15:52:59

    One in Ten Baltimore Residents Apply for Section 8 Housing after Waitlist Opens for First Time in a Decade


    Sun reporter Yvonne Wenger talks about the implications of tens of thousands of Baltimore residents applying for the Section 8 housing program, which subsidizes rent for needy families
    2014-10-31 11:17:44

    Oligarchs Consolidate Power in Ukraine after Parliamentary Elections (2/2)


    The elections in Donestk and Lugansk could lead to the resumption of civil war, says Professor Ivan Katchanovski
    2014-10-31 03:31:13

    Ebola: A Disease of Extraordinary Poverty (2/2)


    Enormous public health crisis in poorest countries due to increasing social inequality, says Allyson Pollock, professor of public health research and policy at Queen Mary University of London
    2014-10-31 11:07:07

    The Financialization of Life (6/6)


    Costas Lapavitsas speaks to an audience at The Real News about how finance controls the global economy
    2014-10-31 03:46:25

    'One Baltimore' Rally Unites Groups Against Privatization


    TRNN's Megan Sherman speaks to labor leaders, activists and low-wage workers who oppose potential plans for privatization of the city's water and other public services, and say the issue is tied to growing crime and poverty in Baltimore
    2014-10-30 19:40:52

    Is Baltimore City's Water Supply Up For Privatization?


    City Hall denies the charge, but workers and advocates say an upcoming water contract could be a foot in the door for privatization
    2014-10-31 13:14:39

    Oligarchs Consolidate Power in Ukraine after Parliamentary Elections (1/2)


    Professor Ivan Katchanovski says the elections were a victory for new oligarchic parties and the far right
    2014-10-30 16:30:56

    Hedges & Wolin (5/8) - Can Capitalism & Democracy Coexist?


    Political philosopher Sheldon Wolin discusses his time in the academy and the role of universities in post-war United States history
    2014-10-30 11:57:02

    Baltimore Mayor and City Council Clash Over Police Body Cameras


    Baltimore Sun reporter Yvonne Wenger explains why the Baltimore City Council wants body camera legislation passed immediately, while the administration of Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake wants it delayed
    2014-11-02 00:28:26

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