Obama and Congress Just Made it Easier For Trump to Arm Syrian Rebels
Anti-aircraft weapons sent to vetted moderate rebels could end up in the hands of extremist groups as many work in coalition together, says journalist Ben Norton
DATE: 2017-01-16 | LENGTH: 16:10

TRNN Replay: Beyond Vietnam: A Time To Break Silence
Doctor Martin Luther King, Jr. made the comment that the U.S. government [was/is] "the greatest purveyor of violence in the world today". This was in context to a speech delivered on April 4, 1967 at Riverside Church in New York City - exactly one year before his untimely death.
DATE: 2013-04-05 | LENGTH: 56:49

The Bizarre Far-Right Billionaire Behind Trump's Presidency
When all seemed to be falling apart for Trump this summer, one shadowy billionaire offered up his own massive political infrastructure, which included Steve Bannon and Kellyanne Conway, and saved Trump's campaign from demise
DATE: 2017-01-12 | LENGTH: 24:59

TRNN Replay: MLK: Why I Am Opposed to The War in Vietnam
Martin Luther King Jr gave this sermon at the Ebenezer Baptist Church on April 30, 1967
DATE: 2012-01-16 | LENGTH: 23:32

Protest Against Mass Rapes in Korea During WW2 Prompts Recall of Japanese Envoy
The Japanese government has refused to accept the responsibility of being a former colonizer, says Aisa Kiyosue
DATE: 2017-01-16 | LENGTH: 08:04

TRNN Replay: The Koch Brothers' War on Climate Science​
Narrated by esteemed actor Emma Thompson, ​the documentary ​"The Doubt Machine: Inside the Koch Brothers' War on Climate Science" reveals how the Koch Brothers have used their vast wealth to ensure the American political system takes no action on climate change
DATE: 2016-10-31 | LENGTH: 29:53

TRNN Replay: How MLK Went From 'National Threat' to 'National Hero'
Corporation for Enterprise Development's Dedrick Asante-Muhammad explains the whitewashing of Martin Luther King's legacy, transforming him from a leader for racial and economic justice who died in struggle to a post-racial patriot who died in victory
DATE: 2016-01-18 | LENGTH: 11:50

Republican Healthcare Plan: Skimpier, Meaner Obamacare
The Affordable Care Act has become the symbol of a health care status quo that long pre-dated it, but the Democrats refusal to acknowledge the ACA's shortcomings and advocate for a truly universal system cost them many voters, says Dr. Steffi Woolhandler
DATE: 2017-01-15 | LENGTH: 18:03

Investors Bet Big on Trump for Big Pharma
Even with the recent tremendous drop in the stock market, the actual net rise for the pharmaceutical sector is two and a half times positive since the election, says economist Bill Black
DATE: 2017-01-15 | LENGTH: 12:54

Nina Turner Show Coming to The Real News
Paul Jay makes a major new show announcement: Nina Turner, former state of Ohio Senator and Bernie Sanders surrogate will be hosting a new show coming soon on The Real News in 2017
DATE: 2016-12-29 | LENGTH: 02:43

An urgent letter from Emma Thompson & Danny Glover
We believe this proposal from The Real News Network to create a Global Climate Change Bureau deserves your attention. It is a critical link in the effort to fight for effective action to reduce and eliminate greenhouse gas emissions and transition to an equitable, sustainable green economy.
DATE: 2016-12-14

Donald Trump: The Raw and Naked Face of a System That Showers Speculators with Obscene Riches
Paul Jay says the enablers of Trumpism are the leaders of both major parties and the corporate media
DATE: 2016-12-26

TRNN Replay: Obama Delivers Republican Arguments
Bill Black: Obama detaches the debt problem from the real economy
DATE: 2011-04-14 | LENGTH: 17:22

Tillerson Refuses to Acknowledge ExxonMobil's Efforts to Deceive the Public on Climate Change
Kathy Mulvey of the Union of Concerned Scientists says the oil giant is continuing to avoid accountability for its disinformation campaign
DATE: 2017-01-13 | LENGTH: 09:33

DOJ's Consent Agreement with Baltimore Aims to End Abusive Policing, But Will it Work?
TRNN delves into the details of the new deal that attempts to address the aggressive tactics that have stoked controversy in the city
DATE: 2017-01-13 | LENGTH: 10:52

Childhood Obesity Rates Steady, But Remain at High Levels
The childhood obesity epidemic is rooted in poverty, neighborhood deprivation and the political economy of our industrial food system, says Peter Arno
DATE: 2017-01-13 | LENGTH: 17:00

Trump Far More Interested in Business Deals than the Business of the Nation
Former financial regulator Bill Black says not only is handing off his business to his children a conflict of interest, but it's a violation of the U.S. Constitution
DATE: 2017-01-12 | LENGTH: 21:05

Tillerson Would Conduct U.S. Foreign Policy on Behalf of Oil and Natural Gas Interests
The Former ExxonMobil CEO has failed to demonstrate he would recuse himself from decisions that would affect his former employer, and he also does not grasp the urgency of climate change, says Jamie Henn and Antonia Juhasz
DATE: 2017-01-12 | LENGTH: 21:35

TRNN Replay: Obama Expands Militarization of Police
Among items transfered to local law enforcement agencies have been assault rifles and grenade launchers, even Blackhawk helicopters and .50 caliber machine guns; In fiscal year 2011 alone, the Pentagon transferred almost $500 million worth of materials to domestic law enforcement - near double the previous year's total
DATE: 2013-05-23 | LENGTH: 09:54

Jeff Sessions Embodies the Old South
Kamau Franklin, a longtime activist and civil rights attorney and author joins us to discuss day two of the confirmation hearings of Jeff Sessions
DATE: 2017-01-11 | LENGTH: 18:37

Will Trump Cave to Republican Pressure to be More Aggressive on Russia?
The Intercept's Zaid Jilani responds to Trump's press conference and says we still don't really know his positions on NATO, Ukraine, Syria, and nuclear weapons
DATE: 2017-01-11 | LENGTH: 17:13

The Planet is Burning Up Because of Corporations Like Those Formerly Led by Rex Tillerson
Former ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson was grilled during his confirmation hearing when it came to Putin, but was not asked to reflect the same way on U.S. foreign policy or whether Bush or Obama are war criminals, says CODEPINK co-founder Medea Benjamin
DATE: 2017-01-11 | LENGTH: 19:08

Jeff Sessions a 'Nightmare' for Marijuana and Sentencing Reform, Advocate Says
We could see a dramatic reversal in the positive steps made by President Obama and former Attorney General Eric Holder to reform drug policy, says Drug Policy Alliance's Ethan Nadelmann
DATE: 2017-01-12 | LENGTH: 15:51

TRNN Replay: Helen Thomas on her one question for Obama
DC's most experienced journalist says Obama lost credibility when he dodged question on Israeli nukes
DATE: 2010-03-09 | LENGTH: 09:20

Democrats Go Soft on Jeff Sessions and Why That Should Concern Us All
Historian Gerald Horne says Jeff Sessions as Trump's Attorney General signals a frontal assault against the gains of the Civil Rights Movement
DATE: 2017-01-10 | LENGTH: 17:10

U.S. Media Neglects to Report on Al-Qaeda's Presence Among Syrian Rebels
Journalist Rania Khalek, who recently returned from Syria, says that the rebels are despised even by many of those who loathe the government
DATE: 2017-01-11 | LENGTH: 21:24

The Real Baltimore: Sanctuary Cities As Resistance to Donald Trump
In episode two, we discuss Trump's plans to deport millions of immigrants and the potential impact of Trump's Attorney General nominee Jeff Sessions
DATE: 2017-01-11 | LENGTH: 26:45

Prime Minister Trudeau Prepares to Resurrect Keystone XL With Cabinet Shuffle
The move signals that the Trudeau government is unlikely to depart from the corporate-friendly trade policies of his predecessor, says Dimitri Lascaris
DATE: 2017-01-11 | LENGTH: 13:04

Why the NAACP and former Colleagues say Jeff Sessions is Unfit to Serve As Attorney General
Alabama NAACP President Bernard Simelton: The Senate blocked a federal judgeship for Jeff Sessions in 1986 and they should block him from being Trump's Attorney General
DATE: 2017-01-08 | LENGTH: 09:21

No 'Pause' in Global Warming: Oceans Heating Up and Sea Levels Rising at Alarming Pace
UC-Berkeley climate scientist Zeke Hausfather details the findings of a new report that confirms NOAA findings about climate change
DATE: 2017-01-10 | LENGTH: 15:53

Is the Baltimore Police Union Running the City?
The recent snubbing of the mayor and resistance against deployment changes raise questions about who's in charge of the city's largest and most expansive bureaucracy
DATE: 2017-01-10 | LENGTH: 04:51

Al-Jazeera Investigation Reveals Israel Lobby's Influence in the UK
Electronic Intifada's Asa Winstanley says Israel has set up astroturf organizations in the UK whose purpose is to sabotage Palestine solidarity
DATE: 2017-01-10 | LENGTH: 14:29

How 'Misinvoicing' Masks Foreign Resource Exploitation in Africa
Leonce Ndikumana of the Political Economy Research Institute explains why as much as 67% of exports in some countries are simply not registered in trade data
DATE: 2017-01-10 | LENGTH: 20:12

Trump is Obama's Legacy
Paul Street tells Paul Jay that in the first two years of Obama's first term when the Democrats controlled both houses, the president "stood between the bankers and the pitchforks" instead of using the moment for real reform
DATE: 2017-01-09 | LENGTH: 22:13

House Passes Koch Brothers-Backed Legislation that Weakens Gov't Regulatory Agencies
Donald Trump criticized Republican candidates for being the "puppets" of the Koch Brothers, but now he's set to do their bidding if the Senate passes the REIN Act, says DeSmogBlog's Steve Horn
DATE: 2017-01-09 | LENGTH: 13:49

Opening Borders to Extremists Comes Back to Haunt Turkey
For Turkey, the difference between 2016 and 2017 might be very little, says Vijay Prashad
DATE: 2017-01-08 | LENGTH: 18:05

How Russian and American Oligarchs Benefit from Mutual Demonization
The US has sent observers to watch Russian elections for decades now, so why not have Russia send observers to the US, asks Professor Aleksandr Buzgalin
DATE: 2017-01-08 | LENGTH: 20:29

Mexican Gov. Faces Crisis of Legitimacy After Consumption Tax on Oil Catalyzes Popular Protests
Deep disdain for President Enrique Pina Nieto has opened up the possibility of an electoral victory for the left, says Professor John Ackerman
DATE: 2017-01-08 | LENGTH: 13:33

Prosecutor Who Backed Denial of Appeal for Leonard Peltier is Now Calling on Obama to Grant Him Clemency
In the context of the long legacy of genocide, suppression, and marginalization of native communities, Peltier's case is another chapter of a shameful history, says Jasmine Heiss of the Coalition For Public Safety
DATE: 2017-01-08 | LENGTH: 16:14

Obama's Economic Legacy: Recovery for the Architects of Financial Crisis
Underpinning people's rage towards the establishment is the sense that modern capitalism is no longer working, says economist Richard Wolff
DATE: 2017-01-08 | LENGTH: 17:58

Confirmation Hearings for Trump's Climate-Denying Cabinet Begin Next Week
Lindsay Meiman of discusses next Monday's Day Against Denial demonstrations against what some are calling the most fossil fuel-friendly cabinet in history
DATE: 2017-01-06 | LENGTH: 11:26

The Whole Bushel: Stop It With These False Prophets
In the first episode of the Whole Bushel, Baltimore rapper Eze Jackson sits down with three local artists: singer Ama Chandra, rapper Ashley Sierra, and spoken word artist Neptune the Poet. They discuss the widespread disillusionment with electoral politics, the need for police accountability, and the distinction between White and Black feminism.
DATE: 2017-01-06 | LENGTH: 33:39

Former Colleague of Jeff Sessions Says Trump's Pick Unqualified to be Attorney General
Veteran civil rights prosecutor Gerald Hebert, who opposed Sessions's bid for judgeship in 1986, says the senator has opposed virtually all civil rights legislation
DATE: 2017-01-05

How the Repeal of Obamacare Will Further Weaken the Quality of US Healthcare
Repealing the ACA would shrink the customer base for insurance companies, which would respond by investing less in their product, says Donna Smith of the Progressive Democrats of America
DATE: 2017-01-06 | LENGTH: 20:22

Jovenel Moise Awarded Haitian Presidency as Opposition Parties Allege Massive Election Fraud
Haiti's electoral council limited access to the voter tally sheets as the opposition began uncovering fraud, says radio host Margaret Prescod
DATE: 2017-01-06 | LENGTH: 14:57

New Program Offers Partial Roll-Back of Baltimore's Warrant-Industrial Complex
Criminal justice leaders say thousands of warrants for minor non-violent crimes clogging the system can be vacated if people take advantage of program to seek new trial
DATE: 2017-01-06 | LENGTH: 09:17

Illusion of Accountability in Israeli Soldier's Manslaughter Conviction
The ruling is an attempt by Israel to maintain the occupation by heading off intervention from the International Criminal Court for crimes against Palestinians, says economist Shir Hever
DATE: 2017-01-05 | LENGTH: 13:51

Congress Set to Dump Public Lands into the Extractive Industry Feeding Trough
Alan Rowsome of The Wilderness Society says a recent change in a budgetary rule could see federal land handed off for logging and drilling
DATE: 2017-01-05 | LENGTH: 13:37

Moving US Embassy to Jerusalem Would Be a Dangerous Provocation
The Trump administration might make a historic break with US policy and draw international outrage by following through on its rhetoric, warns New Internationalism director Phyllis Bennis
DATE: 2017-01-05 | LENGTH: 13:22

Dr. Jill Stein: Jim Crow is Built into Our Voting Machines
The former Green Party presidential candidate discusses her efforts to examine voter integrity problems in Wisconsin, what the Greens do between elections, and what we can do to build a trustworthy voting system in the US
DATE: 2017-01-04 | LENGTH: 26:56

Why Isn't the Federal Government Mandating Better Data Collection on Police Killings?
Lawrence Grandpre of Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle says the disproportionate use of force against people of color reflects how police are more likely to see non-white persons as potential threats
DATE: 2017-01-05 | LENGTH: 12:12

Oil, Arms and Militant Wahhabism is the Basis of US-Saudi Relationship (2/2)
Medea Benjamin and Paul Jay discuss how Trump and Pence will look for ways to weaken Iran by abrogating the nuclear deal, reimposing sanctions, and a possible military attack all in alliance with Israel and Saudi Arabia
DATE: 2017-01-04 | LENGTH: 19:03

Former Baltimore Councilman: Police Reform Won't Happen Until City Command Staff is Fired
Carl Stokes says the DOJ report highlights deep structural problems inside the BPD that cannot be addressed by the current leadership
DATE: 2017-01-04 | LENGTH: 10:51

Facing Public Outrage, House Republicans Back Down on Gutting Ethics Watchdog
Public Citizen's Lisa Gilbert says the Office of Congressional Ethics was targeted because it is an effective check on Congressional misconduct
DATE: 2017-01-03 | LENGTH: 05:06

The People's Tribunal on the Iraq War, Day Two: Icelandic 'Poetician' Biritta Jonsdottir
On Day 2 of the CODEPINK #IraqTribunal, participants provided testimony on the costs of the invasion and occupation.
DATE: 2017-01-04 | LENGTH: 06:45

The People's Tribunal on the Iraq War, Day Two: British MP Jeremy Corbyn
On Day 2 of the CODEPINK #IraqTribunal, participants provided testimony on the costs of the invasion and occupation.
DATE: 2017-01-04 | LENGTH: 08:59

Oil, Arms and Militant Wahhabism is the Basis of US-Saudi Relationship (1/2)
Medea Benjamin and Paul Jay examine how 115 billion dollars in recent US arms sales and a dictatorship that helps dominate the oil rich region is the reason for the lasting "friendship"
DATE: 2017-01-03 | LENGTH: 21:20

Urgent Need For Legally Binding Obligations On Transnational Corporations (2/2)
Closing thoughts in our conversation on the need to bring some balance between the the rights and responsibilities of transnational corporations at the international level with Ecuador's Ambassador Espinosa, Chair of the Working Group on UN Human Rights Council Resolution 26/9
DATE: 2017-01-03 | LENGTH: 10:11

"It was out of love that the Black Panther Party was started"
Executive Producer Eddie Conway interviews Ericka Huggins at the 50th Anniversary of the Black Panther Party. Huggins is a former political prisoner and was one of the central leaders of The Black Panthers.
DATE: 2017-01-03 | LENGTH: 07:53

What's Wrong with the Current Aid Model for Africa (2/2)
PERI's Leonce Ndikumana responds to Nobel Prize winning economist Joseph Stigltiz who argues unfair trade deals cost developing countries more than the West gives in aid
DATE: 2017-01-03 | LENGTH: 16:01

The People's Tribunal on the Iraq War, Day Two: Vince Warren
On Day 2 of the CODEPINK #IraqTribunal, participants provided testimony on the lies that were used to invade Iraq.
DATE: 2017-01-03 | LENGTH: 09:54

Latin America in 2016: The Resurgence of the Right Continues (2/2)
The second part of our look at how governments shifted to the right in Latin America in 2016, imposing neoliberal economics in amidst high dissatisfaction with government
DATE: 2017-01-02 | LENGTH: 18:20

Urgent Need For Legally Binding Obligations On Transnational Corporations (1/2)
Ecuador's Ambassador to the UN Geneva briefs TRNN on Resolution 26/9, the UN Human Rights Council mandate to elaborate an international legal framework to regulate activities of transnational corporations under binding international human rights law
DATE: 2017-01-02 | LENGTH: 15:27

What's Wrong with the Current Aid Model for Africa(1/2)
PERI's Leonce Ndikumana discusses his recent report that finds what drives Western donors isn't always what's best for recipient countries
DATE: 2017-01-02 | LENGTH: 11:21

The People's Tribunal on the Iraq War, Day Two: Sonali Kolhatkar
On Day 2 of the CODEPINK #IraqTribunal, participants provided testimony on the lies that were used to invade Iraq.
DATE: 2017-01-02 | LENGTH: 08:17

Cracking Down On Dissent: The U.S. Government Has Essentially Created A Ministry of Truth
Obama's Recently-Signed National Defense Authorization Act Includes A 'Countering Disinformation and Propaganda Act'. The Intercept's Alex Emmons Explains...
DATE: 2017-01-01 | LENGTH: 10:02

Latin America in 2016: The Resurgence of the Right Continues (1/2)
In Part one, we look at how in Brazil, Peru, and Argentina, governments shifted to the right in Latin America in 2016, imposing neoliberal economics in a context of high dissatisfaction with government
DATE: 2016-12-31 | LENGTH: 17:06

The People's Tribunal on the Iraq War, Day Two: Mairead Maguire
On Day 2 of the CODEPINK #IraqTribunal, participants provided testimony on the lies that were used to invade Iraq.
DATE: 2017-01-01 | LENGTH: 08:56

The People's Tribunal on the Iraq War, Day Two: Noam Chomsky
On Day 2 of the CODEPINK #IraqTribunal, participants provided testimony on the lies that were used to invade Iraq.
DATE: 2017-01-01 | LENGTH: 07:51

Retired FBI Agent: Russia Sanctions Moves the US Closer to Another Cold War
Former FBI whistleblower Coleen Rowley says the evidence the Russian government hacked and interfered with US elections must be made public
DATE: | LENGTH: 11:05

The Real Baltimore - Police Accountability in Age of Trump
In the first of many discussions on the implications of a Trump presidency, we analyze how the city should respond to what many believe will be a Justice Department openly hostile to police reform under proposed Attorney General Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions
DATE: 2016-12-30 | LENGTH: 32:15

Russia Announces Syria Ceasefire Deal That Excludes the US
Author Reese Ehrlich details the many reasons why the deal could fall apart
DATE: 2016-12-29 | LENGTH: 08:56

Rattling the Bars: Living Classrooms
Executive Producer Eddie Conway reports from East Baltimore focusing on a job placement program for people returning home from prison.
DATE: 2016-12-30 | LENGTH: 16:43

The People's Tribunal on the Iraq War, Day Two: Stacy Bannerman
On Day 2 of the CODEPINK #IraqTribunal, participants provided testimony on the lies that were used to invade Iraq.
DATE: 2016-12-30 | LENGTH: 09:25

Rhetorical Battles Over Settlements Overshadow Massive US Military Aid and Protection of Israel at the UN
There's no fundamental shift in US policy, but Kerry's remarks suggest that the US is opposed to Israel as a Jewish state as part of a two-state solution, says Phyllis Bennis of the Institute for Policy Studies
DATE: 2016-12-29 | LENGTH: 17:13

UN Vote Reveals Growing Rift Between Israeli Settlements and US Interests
Netanyahu's response reveals that the Israeli government has no strategic plans beyond hoping that Palestinians will accept life under occupation, says economist Shir Hever
DATE: 2016-12-28 | LENGTH: 16:16

Reflections from Cubans on Castro (2/2)
James Early and Paul Jay discuss the potential role of independent trade unions in Cuban politics and the future of relations with the US under President Trump
DATE: 2016-12-29 | LENGTH: 15:59

Reflections from Cubans on Castro (1/2)
Street interviews with Cubans and a conversation with the Smithsonian's James Early about the future of the Caribbean island after the passing of Fidel Castro and a growing US presence
DATE: 2016-12-28 | LENGTH: 16:54

Researchers Fault Mass Incarceration for Black-White Wage Gap Returning to 1950's Levels
Black labor has become superfluous in the US economy, and the ruling class is responding with more incarceration and police oppression, says Glen Ford
DATE: 2016-12-28 | LENGTH: 10:54

Economy Shrinks Under Modi-fied India
Raja M. Nah discusses how demonetisation has adversely impacted manufacturing and agricultural growth in India, and how cash stringency will compel firms to reduce labour cost and thus reduce income of the working class
DATE: 2016-12-28 | LENGTH: 11:38

Aleppo, Mosul, and the US Strategy of Permanent War
The United States attempts to secure its national security interests in Syria and Iraq by sustaining conflict rather than pursuing political solutions, says professor Sabah Alnasseri
DATE: 2016-12-27 | LENGTH: 21:35

An Interview with a Leader from Brazil's Landless Workers Movement
MST's Gilmar Mauro on the struggle to build a mass organization as an alternative to fascism amidst Brazil's ongoing political crisis
DATE: 2016-12-27 | LENGTH: 15:10

Are the Wheels about to Fall off of India's Economy?
Shankar Raghuraman of The Times of India says demonetisation has proved to be a farce. - TRNN/Newsclick Joint Production
DATE: 2016-12-27 | LENGTH: 12:25

TRNN Replay: Nuclear Attack on Japan was Opposed by American Military Leadership - Gar Alperovitz on Reality Asserts Itself (2/5)
Mr. Alperovitz tells Paul Jay that President Truman used the A-bomb to make a "diplomatic" point to the Soviet Union, not out of military necessity
DATE: 2014-01-24 | LENGTH: 14:28

Trump's Cabinet, the Church of Neoliberal Evangelicals
Professor Henry Giroux says Trump's appointments signal a future of more war, violent military interventions, and an embrace of Islamophobia
DATE: 2016-12-25 | LENGTH: 11:37

Israeli Journalist: The 'Real Landlords' of Israel Are the Settlers
Gideon Levy discusses how the government's preoccupation with a small colony in the occupied West Bank demonstrates the political power of the settler lobby in Israel
DATE: 2016-12-26 | LENGTH: 08:48

US Fines Deutsche Bank to the Applause of Shareholders
The fines for mortgage fraud had to be low so as not to endanger the viability of Deutsche Bank or Credit Suisse - but now it's not a real punishment, says economist John Weeks
DATE: 2016-12-26 | LENGTH: 12:10

Only Three Days Left to Help Us Reach Our Goal
This year end campaign is critical to us being able to move forward in 2017. If you haven't donated yet please help us take advantage of our matching grant by making a tax-deductible donation today.
DATE: 2016-12-29 | LENGTH: 01:00

Pressure Mounts in Baltimore to Complete Police Consent Decree Before Trump Takes Office
Advocates says Mayor Catherine Pugh needs to complete the agreement with the Department of Justice to ensure police reform efforts continue
DATE: 2016-12-26 | LENGTH: 03:07

'A Marriage Made in Hell': Construction Companies and the Brazilian State
Brazilian construction giant Odebrecht was recently fined $4.5 billion by the U.S. Department of Justice. The case shows the role played by nefarious infrastructure deals in Brazil's economic growth over the last 40 years, says Professor Rafael Ioris.
DATE: 2016-12-23 | LENGTH: 14:44

Portia Boulger, Featured in Viral Video Viewed by Millions, Explains her Anger at DNC
TRNN Replay: Boulger tells Paul Jay that DNC leadership attacked democracy itself; she still implores superdelegates to support Sanders or risk a Trump victory
DATE: 2016-07-25 | LENGTH: 13:25

We're Not in a New Cold War - It's Far Worse
TRNN Replay: 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

Understanding the Imperialist System Changed My Life - Gar Alperovitz on Reality Asserts Itself (1/5)
TRNN Replay: Mr. Alperovitz tells TRNN Senior Editor Paul Jay, that the Vietnam War made it clear there was no way to a more rational capitalism and there had to be fundamental change
DATE: 2014-01-23 | LENGTH: 23:29

Paul Jay On Our Need For Monthly Donors
To stay on track we need to add a total of 1K new monthly supporters by the end of the year - can we count on you to be one? Any amount you give will be matched and all monthly donations will be matched x12! Help support The Real News by making a tax-deductible donation today.
DATE: 2016-12-07 | LENGTH: 01:39

How Will Trump Wield Obama's Modernized Nukes?
The President-elect's off-the-cuff, ignorant and inconsistent remarks suggests he's either a cynical war profiteer or a true believer in the American myth that more militarism leads to fewer wars, says Noble Prize nominee David Swanson
DATE: 2016-12-23 | LENGTH: 13:43

Trump and Putin Share Ties with the Post-USSR Kleptocracy
Economist James Henry traces the rise of both Putin and Trump to the West's failed reconstruction of the former Soviet states in the 1990's
DATE: 2016-12-23 | LENGTH: 13:38

Italy Needs Expansionary Fiscal Policy to Escape Six-Year Recession
Further cuts in government expenditure to compensate for the bailout will worsen the situation, says economist Heiner Flassbeck
DATE: 2016-12-23 | LENGTH: 10:42

Obama Dismantles Post-9/11 Muslim Surveillance Program Before Trump Takes Office
TRNN speaks to the ACLU and grassroots advocates who hailed President Obama's move against the NSEERS program, which they long criticized as ineffective and discriminatory
DATE: 2016-12-22 | LENGTH: 05:46

Canadian PM Trudeau Signals He'll Work with Trump to Restart Keystone XL
DeSmog Blog's Steve Horn says the move would be an environmental and ecological disaster
DATE: 2016-12-23 | LENGTH: 07:14

UK Fuels Carnage in Yemen Through Political and Military Support to Saudi Arabia
Theresa May's apologetics for arming Saudi Arabia reflects the arms industry's role in shaping British foreign policy, says Andrew Smith of the Campaign Against Arms Trade
DATE: 2016-12-22 | LENGTH: 14:07,, The Real News Network, Real News Network, The Real News, Real News, Real News For Real People, IWT are trademarks and service marks of Independent World Television inc. "The Real News" is the flagship show of IWT and The Real News Network.

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