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The Real News of the Day - May 5, 2016
Republicans opposing Trump; anti-LGBT law violates civil rights; oil industry bankruptcies; FDA to regulate e-cigarettes; Alberta wildfire; NATO missile defense begins; UK local elections; Brazil's speaker of House removed; Syria refugee camp hit; Turkey Prime Minister resigns
DATE: 2016-05-05

Glenn Greenwald: President's Impeachment Process in Brazil is a Trojan Horse for Neo-liberalism
The Intercept's Glenn Greenwald says that President Dilma Rousseff's Vice President and would-be successor, Michel Temer, is a corrupt politician who would take the country on a sharp neoliberal turn
DATE: 2016-05-05 | LENGTH: 19:25

Republican Mayors Opt for 100% Renewable
Solar energy expert Angelina Galiteva says taking advantage of low-cost job-creating renewables to address climate change should be a non-partisan issue
DATE: 2016-05-05 | LENGTH: 17:27

Detroit Begins Water Shutoffs for 20,000 Residents
Food & Water Watch's Lynna Kaucheck says cash-strapped Detroit could actually increase revenue by billing customers based on what they can afford
DATE: 2016-05-05 | LENGTH: 06:37

The Real News of the Day - May 4, 2016
Trump and Sanders win; Detroit sickout ends; Obama in Flint; medical errors the 3rd greatest cause of death; water shortage to impact economies; British coal mine occupied; UK local elections; EU to fine countries over refugees; Brazil prosecutor to investigate Rousseff
DATE: 2016-05-04

Is Sanders the Better Candidate to Defeat Trump?
Robert McChesney analyses the Indiana primary outcomes and the election trajectory for the candidates and the voters
DATE: 2016-05-04 | LENGTH: 11:12

Greenpeace Leaks Secret Pro-Corporate Trade Agreement
Jorgo Riss of Greenpeace says leaked TTIP documents show a huge transfer of power from people to big business and negotiators consulting with the corporate sector
DATE: 2016-05-03 | LENGTH: 10:22

Indiana Primary: Trump Knocks Out Cruz & Sanders Upsets Clinton
Emerging victorious in Indiana, billionaire Donald Trump has all but secured the Republican nomination, meanwhile Sanders vows to fight for every vote and keeping campaigning into the Democratic convention
DATE: 2016-05-04 | LENGTH: 04:12

Four Men Arrested for the Murder of Berta Caceres
Grahame Russell of Rights Action Canada says there are too many serious irregularities with the investigation to trust it
DATE: 2016-05-04 | LENGTH: 10:23

Baltimore Election Under Intense Scrutiny
Critics call for investigation of possible voter irregularities in tight race but election board says results will be certified Friday
DATE: 2016-05-04 | LENGTH: 10:16

Spontaneous Protests in Baghdad Green Zone Show Cracks in the Security Apparatus
Sabah Alnasseri of York University says the non-sectarian and non-ethnic character of these protests are a significant development
DATE: 2016-05-03 | LENGTH: 07:30

Detroit Teachers Shut Down Schools for Second Day Over Lack of Pay
Detroit faces dual crises: The cash-strapped city doesn't have enough money to pay its teachers and has begun shutting off water to up to 20,000 residents who are behind on their water bill
DATE: 2016-05-03 | LENGTH: 04:14

Days of Revolt: The Assault of the Animal Agriculture Industry
In this episode of teleSUR's Days of Revolt, Chris Hedges interviews the directors of the film "Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret" to discuss the impact of the animal agriculture industry on accelerating climate change and environmental degradation, and the surprising silence on the part of environmental groups.
DATE: 2016-05-04 | LENGTH: 26:19

The Real News of the Day - May 3, 2016
Detroit schools closed for 2nd day; Middle East and North Africa may be uninhabitable in 2050; gas and oil phase out best option; Indiana primaries; US Navy Seal killed in Iraq; Spain parliament dissolved; murder arrests in Honduras; Kirchner accused of corruption; Brazil's former presidential candidate accused of corruption; Whatsapp closed in Brazil; Venezuelan opposition recall referendum
DATE: 2016-05-03

Chris Hedges: Activist Rev. Berrigan Targeted by Church Hierarchy
Chris Hedges reflects on Berrigan's legacy as a writer and activist
DATE: 2016-05-02 | LENGTH: 07:43

"Soft Coup" in Brazil is Destroying the Workers' Party and Social Programs
Glen Ford of the Black Agenda Report says Brazil's whole political system is corrupt and on the verge of collapse, not just the Presidency of Dilma Rousseff
DATE: 2016-05-02 | LENGTH: 12:09

Before Freddie Gray, there was Tyrone West
A new report has challenged the official account of the death of Tyrone West, who died in police custody under questionable circumstances in 2013
DATE: 2016-05-02 | LENGTH: 02:50

Activists March Against Police Shooting of a 14-Year-Old in Baltimore
A year after protests against the killing of Freddie Gray grabbed international attention, police shoot a 14-year-old in East Baltimore
DATE: 2016-05-02 | LENGTH: 02:21

The Real News of the Day - May 2, 2016
Greenpeace leaks TTIP documents; Trump and Clinton ahead in Indiana; FISA accepted all surveillance requests; Washington must respond to climate change; Detroit schools closed; Puerto Rico defaults again; refugees drown in Mediterranean; Iranian moderates win run-offs; protesters leave Iraqi Parliament; Daniel Berrigan dies
DATE: 2016-05-02

A Global Roundup of May Day Marches and Protests
Cities around the world both celebrated the history of the labor rights struggle and carried on its tradition by protesting for higher wages, better working conditions and an end to austerity
DATE: 2016-05-02 | LENGTH: 02:49

US and UK Arms Sales Fueling War Crimes in Yemen
Prof. Sheila Carapico says many humanitarian groups have implicated the US and other Western countries in war crimes in Yemen
DATE: 2016-05-02 | LENGTH: 16:17

If We Don't Get It Shut It Down!: Theatre as a voice of the people.
Baltimore's own Morgan Stevenson directed an original play, If We Don't Get It Shut It Down, based on interviews of activists who were on the front lines during the uprising. Real News goes back stage at the Harlem Repertory Theatre where it premiered to get perspectives from the cast and director on using art as a tool for social change and controlling the narrative of rebellion
DATE: 2016-05-02 | LENGTH: 17:01

Sanders Supporters on Road to Insurrection in Democratic Party?
Bill Curry, former advisor to President Bill Clinton, says the gulf between the Sanders' base and the Democratic Party elite on a broad range of issues could lead to fissure with the Party leadership
DATE: 2016-05-01 | LENGTH: 17:26

Jobless Economy and Citizenless Democracy (3/3)
The third and final part of our interviews with Robert McChesney and John Nichols on their new book "People Get Ready"
DATE: 2016-05-01 | LENGTH: 23:02

Allegations of Anti-Semitism Fired up Ahead of Pivotal UK Local Elections
Max Blumenthal and John Weeks agree that the charges of anti-semitism against the Labour Party in the UK are part of an orchestrated effort from the Right
DATE: 2016-04-30 | LENGTH: 18:44

Jesse Jackson and Bernie Sanders: Comparing Two "Movement" Campaigns
Tom Porter, veteran civil rights activist and former chief of staff and advisor to Jesse Jackson's 1984 campaign for the Democratic party presidential nomination takes a look at that run in comparison to that of Bernie Sanders in 2016
DATE: 2016-05-01 | LENGTH: 21:01

Robert Scheer Talks With Eddie Conway About Making Real News After Prison
In this week's "Scheer Intelligence," the Truthdig editor in chief sits down with former Black Panther Eddie Conway to hear about how he helped fellow prisoners organize for reform while serving a nearly 44-year term sentence for a murder he didn't commit.
DATE: 2016-04-30

A Tale of Two Police Shootings
Professor Lawrence Brown says the police shooting of 14-year-old Dedric Colvin on the anniversary of the Baltimore Uprising raises questions of how much has changed since the death of Freddie Gray in police custody one year ago
DATE: 2016-04-30 | LENGTH: 09:04

Lucifer, Trump and Who's Behind the GOP Factions?
Former Clinton advisor Bill Curry says most of the Establishment likes neo-liberal predictability and continuity, they don't trust Trump and could prefer Clinton; some GOP politicians are supporting Trump's populist fascism
DATE: 2016-04-29 | LENGTH: 13:49

Air Strikes on Aleppo Hospital Indiscriminate or Targeted?
Patrick Cockburn and Joseph Daher discuss the escalation of bombing in Syria that has killed 200 people in six days and undermined the peace talks in Geneva
DATE: 2016-04-29 | LENGTH: 15:46

Euroskeptic Conservatives Driving the Brexit
London economists John Weeks and Jeremy Smith explain how far-right attempts to leave the European Union are motivated by anti-immigrant sentiment and a desire to avoid regulations
DATE: 2016-04-29 | LENGTH: 13:41

The Real News of the Day - April 29, 2016
Protests against labor law in France, against President Macri in Argentina, against Rousseff impeachment in Brazil, and against Trump in California; Zika test now available; Supreme Court broadens FBI digital search powers; run-off elections in Iran
DATE: 2016-04-29

Tired of Waiting for the Courts, Students Get Their Own Measure of Justice for Freddie Gray
TRNN Exclusive: Students at Baltimore's Reginald F. Lewis High stage a mock trial for Officer Caesar Goodson, one of six officers charged with the death of Freddie Gray
DATE: 2016-04-28 | LENGTH: 08:02

The Real News of the Day - April 28, 2016
Sanders reduces campaign staff, House passes electronic privacy bill, economic growth slows, Biden visit Iraq, Syria airstrikes kill 27, violence against civilians increases, climate change to cause health problems, China regulates NGOs, Germany promotes electric cars
DATE: 2016-04-28

Trump Embraces Israel and Promotes "Western Civilization"
Phyllis Bennis says Trump pulls back from the language of regime change, but threatens Iran and promises to make America great again
DATE: 2016-04-28 | LENGTH: 10:49

Brazilian Senate to Vote on President Rousseff's Impeachment
Prof. Boaventura de Sousa Santos looks at why Rousseff's impeachment is a highly political process and not a legal one and how this "legislative coup" can be compared to others in recent Latin American history
DATE: 2016-04-27 | LENGTH: 10:33

The All-Volunteer Military and American National Security
Col. Larry Wilkerson discusses the inefficiency of an all-volunteer force and how it increases the possibility of conflict
DATE: 2016-04-28 | LENGTH: 08:52

Hypersegregation Is At the Root of Baltimore's Public Health Crises
Margaret Flowers, Joshua Harris, and Lawrence Brown discuss the severity of Baltimore's public health issues and the Green Party's strategy for confronting present-day structural racism in the upcoming municipal elections
DATE: 2016-04-27 | LENGTH: 17:29

The Real News of the Day - April 27, 2016
Trump and Clinton win Tuesday primaries, Trump present foreign policy, Former speaker sentenced to prison, TTIP only risks and no benefits, Mexicans march for 43 disappeared students, Venezuela declares two-day workweek for public sector, India drought deepens
DATE: 2016-04-27

Maryland Primary Election Coverage
TRNN Replay of the Maryland primary election
DATE: 2016-04-27 | LENGTH: 50:43

Beltway Congress Race Breaks Records for Campaign Donations
A matchup between businessman David Trone, former news anchor Kathleen Matthews, and progressive MD Senator Jaimie Raskin reveal the interests fighting for the future of the Democratic party
DATE: 2016-04-27 | LENGTH: 07:06

Why Westminster Votes Conservative
The Real News spoke to voters in the predominantly white, Republican town of Westminster in Carroll County, MD about establishment politics, race and drugs
DATE: 2016-04-27 | LENGTH: 07:58

One Year Since the Death of Freddie Gray
One the eve of the anniversary death of Freddie Gray in police custody
DATE: 2016-04-19

Days of Revolt: Coping with Reality
In this episode of teleSUR's Days of Revolt, Chris Hedges interviews climate change activist Tim DeChristopher about the social tension and injustice triggered by the deadly failure of the industrial world to confront climate change
DATE: 2016-04-27 | LENGTH: 27:24

The Real News of the Day - April 26, 2016
Primaries in five states, judge OK's N. Carolina voter ID law, countries ratify climate agreement, 30-year anniversary of Chernobyl, protests in Egypt and Iraq, Spain to vote again, Venezuelan opposition begin recall process, Brazil senate begins impeachment, Bangladesh gay rights activist murdered, British doctors strike against NHS
DATE: 2016-04-26

Baltimore Workers on Elections and Independent Politics
A group of Baltimore workers discuss the Sanders and Clinton campaigns and the need for an independent workers movement
DATE: 2016-04-26 | LENGTH: 46:12

Jamal Bryant on Whether Bernie Can Break Through in Baltimore
Paul Jay speaks to Rev. Jamal Bryant about the upcoming Maryland Presidential Primary and why Sanders is not gaining more support from black voters in Baltimore
DATE: 2016-04-26 | LENGTH: 07:57

Obama Pressures Germany to Commit More Troops for NATO Exercises on Ukraine Border
In Europe, President Obama commits more special forces for Syria but Larry Wilkerson says he is more concerned about dangerous and provocative posturing on the Ukraine border
DATE: 2016-04-26 | LENGTH: 08:49

$6 Million Dollar Settlement for the killing of Tamir Rice Lets Cleveland Police off the Hook
Cleveland has a disturbing history of trying to stiff victims of police abuse after losing in court, says Glen Ford of the Black Agenda Report
DATE: 2016-04-26 | LENGTH: 06:56

Bernie Sanders and Danny Glover Exclusive on The Real News
In an exclusive interview with TRNN, Bernie Sanders says Clinton will have to defy the oligarchs if she is to earn active campaigners from his supporters
DATE: 2016-04-23 | LENGTH: 11:55

Hundreds March in Baltimore to Remember Freddie Gray
One year after the death of Freddie Gray, Baltimore residents reflect on what's changed and what impact Gray's death could have on Tuesday's election
DATE: 2016-04-26 | LENGTH: 04:11

The Real News of the Day - April 25, 2016
Obama deploys special ops to Syria, Egypt blocks protests, Senators urge more money for Israel, Israel releases 12-yr.-old girl, Obama dismisses N. Korea offer, Obama pushes TTIP, Cruz and Kasich make a deal, Constitution fracking gas pipeline canceled, Tamir Rice settlement, 43 Mexican students' disappearance
DATE: 2016-04-25

Krugman Ignores Economic Evidence to Slight Sanders
Economist Gerald Epstein says Paul Krugman misrepresented economic evidence about the 2008 financial crisis and underestimated Sanders' plan to rein in the big banks
DATE: 2016-04-25 | LENGTH: 11:25

Jobless Economy and Citizenless Democracy (2/3)
Robert McChesney and John Nichols say 2016 is the most volatile political year in modern American history and that young people becoming engaged in the electoral process is the best way to fix every problem we have
DATE: 2016-04-25 | LENGTH: 16:48

Judge Exonerates Mike Duffy, "Indicts" Stephen Harper and Senate
Author and journalist Rick Salutin tells the Real News that Duffy, "a phony, populist man of the people," has served the historical purpose of bringing Harper down
DATE: 2016-04-25 | LENGTH: 08:55

Danny Glover Speaks at Bernie Sanders Rally in Baltimore
Actor, activist Danny Glover's speech at the Bernie Sanders rally in Baltimore Maryland
DATE: 2016-04-24 | LENGTH: 06:15

Kendrick Sampson Speaks at Bernie Sanders Rally
Actor, activist Kendrick sampson speaking in Baltimore at the Bernie Sanders rally
DATE: 2016-04-24 | LENGTH: 08:06

Sanders Supporters Explain Their Commitment to the "Political Revolution"
TRNN speaks with attendees of Bernie Sanders' Baltimore rally
DATE: 2016-04-24 | LENGTH: 07:37

Six Thousand Attend Sanders Rally In Baltimore: The Full Video of the Speech
In a speech in Downtown Baltimore, Bernie Sanders speaks on how his campaign has confronted the Democratic Party Establishment
DATE: 2016-04-23 | LENGTH: 00:00

Bernie Sanders Joins Baltimore Community Panel on the Challenges Facing Youth of Color
Bernie Sanders, Danny Glover, Dr. Jamal Bryant, and Ben Jealous visit Baltimore's Carter Memorial Church to unpack the failures of public education, mass incarceration, unemployment, and drug addiction
DATE: 2016-04-23 | LENGTH: 47:23

Pugh versus Dixon, The Real News Virtual Mayoral Debate
As the Baltimore city votes for its next mayor, the Real News asks the two front runners tough questions on poverty, civilian control of policing, and how to build a more equitable city
DATE: 2016-04-24 | LENGTH: 11:03

Why has the Democratic Party Leadership Anointed Van Hollen over Edwards in MD Senate Race?
Next week, Maryland Democrats will settle one of the most competitive US senate races in the country, nominating either the party's golden child Chris Van Hollen, or its interloper Donna Edwards
DATE: 2016-04-23 | LENGTH: 08:45

Manufacturing Inequity in Baltimore
How exemptions from fair housing laws and special perks tucked away in costly tax breaks for developers continue to fuel poverty in a city struggling to overcome it
DATE: 2016-04-23 | LENGTH: 16:09

Kwame Rose Speaks at Bernie Sanders Rally
Activist Kwame Rose's speech at the Bernie Sanders rally in Baltimore Maryland
DATE: 2016-04-24 | LENGTH: 12:42

Shift in Power in Baltimore Government Could Have Unexpected Consequences
The wide open election and proposed changes in spending could transform the city, but not in ways people are expecting
DATE: 2016-04-23 | LENGTH: 16:22

The Real News of the Day - April 22, 2016
Climate accord signed, Trump playing a part, elections clerk suspended, Virginia restores voting for convicts, suicide rates, Chicago mayor ignores recommendations, Obama opposes Brexit, UK spying on citizens, looser rules of engagement, Venezuela ordered to pay $100 million
DATE: 2016-04-22

Will the Paris Agreement Save the Earth?
Chris Williams says that most countries have no objection to signing the agreement because the bar is set so low and there are no legal ramifications for not implementing it
DATE: 2016-04-22 | LENGTH: 14:43

Saudi Blackmail Stands in the Way of 9-11 Families Right to Know
Medea Benjamin of CODEPINK upacks Obama's visit to Saudi Arabia and what we know about the redacted 28 pages of the Congressional 9-11 Report
DATE: 2016-04-22 | LENGTH: 12:28

Tulsi Gabbard Stumps for Sanders and Attacks Clinton's Syria Policy
In Baltimore, TRNN questions Sanders supporters about his path to victory and chances of defeating a Republican opponent in November
DATE: 2016-04-22 | LENGTH: 04:03

Oil Drilling Underway Inside the Yasuni National Park of Amazonian Ecuador
Antonia Juhasz says that the Ecuadorian government is planning another 300 wells inside the ITT area and are partnering with several Chinese companies to drill in the region to pay off debt to the Chinese government
DATE: 2016-04-22 | LENGTH: 11:45

The Story Behind the Flint Water Crisis
An exhaustive probe into how the city of Flint was left exposed to lead-tainted drinking water for nearly two years
DATE: 2016-04-22 | LENGTH: 44:55

Sanders Constituency Will Shape U.S. Politics for the Next Decade
Bhaskar Sunkara, editor of Jacobin magazine, says the goal of Sanders' campaign is about laying forth a set of policies and ideals to build a new set of politics
DATE: 2016-04-20 | LENGTH: 10:30

The Real News of The Day - April 21, 2016
NY State AG to investigate voting problems, police officers plead guilty in Katrina case, Harriet Tubman on $20 bill, drone strikes outnumber warplane strikes, Obama in Riyadh, dangers of 2 deg. Centigrade warming, Ecuador tax increases, EU-Turkey deal illegal, Prince dies
DATE: 2016-04-20

Jobless Economy and Citizenless Democracy
Robert McChesney and John Nichols say these are the two greatest issues facing the world in the next 30 years, as discussed in their book: People Get Ready
DATE: 2016-04-20 | LENGTH: 21:58

Should Hamilton be Next on the Currency Chopping Block?
Historian Gerald Horne says replacing Jackson with Tubman is a step in the right direction but many more could be purged and replaced with abolitionists
DATE: | LENGTH: 04:57

Hillary Clinton's Interventionist Tendencies
Former chief of staff to Secretary of State Colin Powell Col. Larry Wilkerson says that regime change in Libya was pushed by then-Secretary of State Clinton
DATE: 2016-04-20 | LENGTH: 07:12

The Real News of the Day - April 20, 2016
Clinton and Trump win, 500 refugees feared drowned, Obama in Saudi Arabia, N. Carolina anti-LGBT law, charges filed in Flint water crisis, new UN approach to drugs, drought in India, EU and BP, Brazilians favor removal of VP
DATE: 2016-04-20

Sanders Vows to Fight Until the Convention Despite New York Loss
Despite Hillary Clinton's double digit win in New York State, the Sanders campaign insists they have a path to victory in the Democratic primary
DATE: 2016-04-19 | LENGTH: 03:44

Over Three Million New Yorkers Can't Vote
Shyla Nelson of Election Justice USA says voters are awaiting a decision in the lawsuit demanding an open New York primary, while Ari Berman of the Nation says New York's voting laws are some of the most restrictive in the country
DATE: 2016-04-19 | LENGTH: 10:55

Why BP's $20 Billion Settlement is Business as Usual in the Gulf of Mexico
Antonia Juhasz analyses the lasting devastation from the spill in the Gulf and the renewed commitments to offshore drilling
DATE: 2016-04-20 | LENGTH: 17:18

Democratic Republic of Congo Government Fails to Investigate Targeted Killings
DR Congo president Joseph Kabila may remain in power past his constitutionally mandated two-term limit if the December election is delayed, say Jason Stearns of the Congo Research Group and Kambale Musavuli of Friends of the Congo
DATE: 2016-04-20 | LENGTH: 12:15

Repression Against Landless Peasants Movement in Brazil
Joaquin Pinero of the MST talks about the latest round of repression against the movement and how it is connected to the current political crisis in Brazil.
DATE: 2016-04-19 | LENGTH: 14:53

The Real News of the Day - April 19, 2016
New York State primaries, US ambassador's convoy kills boy in Africa, global warming and humans, new findings on dinosaur extinction, Iraqi parliament suspended, largest bombing in Kabul, Yemen peace talks, arrest of German far-right leader, Ecuador death toll climbs
DATE: 2016-04-19

Voting Rules and Big Unions Favor Clinton in New York Primary
Glen Ford, executive editor of Black Agenda Report, tells Paul Jay the best thing to come out of this race is a fracturing of the electoral duopoly
DATE: 2016-04-19 | LENGTH: 16:47

Brazil's Impeachment Vote a Political Trial to Subvert Democracy
If President Dilma Rousseff is successfully impeached it will shake confidence in the entire Brazilian democratic system, says Maria Mendonca of the University of Rio de Janeiro
DATE: 2016-04-19 | LENGTH: 12:33

Striking Verizon Workers Take to the Streets of Manhattan
Tatiana Hill, Verizon Wireless Sales Representative, says Wireless workers are fighting for basic job protections in their first ever contract negotiation
DATE: 2016-04-19 | LENGTH: 08:27

The Real News of the Day - April 18, 2016
Impeachment of Brazil's President, Saudis to retaliate, lawsuit for open NY primary, 300 Democracy Spring arrests, Supreme Court hears immigration case, more troops to Iraq, oil producers fail to agree, Ecuador death toll climbs, Goldman prize for Baltimore activist
DATE: 2016-04-18

Baltimore Coalition Fights for $15 Dollar Minimum Wage
On the eve of the anniversary of the death of Freddie Gray in police custody, a coalition of community organizations and unions say they want a living wage in Baltimore
DATE: 2016-04-19 | LENGTH: 04:47

One Year After Freddie Gray's Death, Baltimoreans See Little Change
Residents of West Baltimore's Gilmor Homes, where Freddie Gray was beaten by police, reflect on the year since his death
DATE: 2016-02-19 | LENGTH: 06:30

Days of Revolt: Letting Go of the World
In this episode of teleSUR's Days of Revolt, Chris Hedges interviews documentary filmmaker Josh Fox to discuss the catastrophe of climate change and Fox's new film "How to Let Go of the World", which showcases the role of art and culture in helping us embrace what climate can't change
DATE: 2016-04-19 | LENGTH: 26:00

Ontarians Join Global Fight for "$15 and Fairness" As Province Reviews Labor Laws
Toronto demonstrators rally in province-wide day of action to demand $15 minimum wage, improved work standards, and end to contract flipping
DATE: 2016-04-18 | LENGTH: 06:17

The Empire Files: Abby Martin Exposes What Hillary Clinton Really Represents
Digging deep into Hillary's connections to Wall Street, Abby Martin reveals how the Clinton's multi-million-dollar political machine operates.
DATE: 2016-04-17 | LENGTH: 27:08

Clinton Vs. Sanders on Big Banks (2/2)
Bill Black, advisor to Bernie Sanders, and Hillary Clinton supporter Paul Hodes discuss whether the Sanders proposal to break up big banks is sufficient to control systemic fraud and corruption on Wall Street
DATE: 2016-04-15 | LENGTH: 30:42

Black Voters and the New York Primary
Historian Gerald Horne tells Paul Jay that the fear of the racist right drives black voters to support Hillary Clinton
DATE: 2016-04-17 | LENGTH: 24:07

Clinton Supporter Elijah Cummings Agrees with Sanders On Getting Money Out of Politics
TRNN speaks with Maryland Congressman Elijah Cummings on Day 4 of the Democracy Spring demonstration
DATE: 2016-04-18 | LENGTH: 09:59

Baltimore Protesters Still Seeking Justice a Year After Freddie Gray's Death
Watered-down police reforms and proposed tax breaks for downtown development show little has changed, they say
DATE: 2016-04-17 | LENGTH: 03:37

The Democratic Presidential Candidates on U.S. Foreign Policy
Ray McGovern, former Army Captain and CIA presidential briefer discusses the foreign policy of Clinton and Sanders
DATE: 2016-04-18 | LENGTH: 43:53

What Is Hillary Clinton's Real Position on the $15 Minimum Wage?
The Nation's Michelle Chen says if Clinton supports a $12 minimum wage, she should just come right out and say it
DATE: 2016-04-15 | LENGTH: 12:48

Sanders Vs. Clinton on Israel's 2014 Attacks on Gaza
Ali Abunimah of Electronic Intifada says that in spite of the mounting denunciation of Israel's war on Gaza in 2014, Hillary Clinton continues to defend it
DATE: 2016-04-15 | LENGTH: 13:44

Hundreds of Baltimore Students Stage A Walkout Against Standardized Testing
Days before the anniversary of the killing of Freddie Gray, students with the Baltimore Algebra Project walk out against the PARCC test to demand a shift in resources from testing to youth development
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