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US-Saudi Alliance Fragments the Middle East
The consequences of US meddling and Saudi Wahhabism have decimated Iraq and pitted multiple Middle East groups against the other, says independent journalist Rania Khalek
DATE: 2017-09-25 | LENGTH: 10:56

Three Years After Genocide, Yazidis Face Ongoing Persecution
After mass atrocities at the hands of ISIS, Yazidis endure repression in Iraqi Kurdistan, says independent journalist Rania Khalek
DATE: 2017-09-24 | LENGTH: 18:34

Renters vs. Slumlords: Activists Nationwide Rally for Renter's Rights
Organizers in Minneapolis say it's about more than just rents increasing: affordable housing is basically disappearing, and the city's policies leave the door wide open for predatory landlords
DATE: 2017-09-24 | LENGTH: 17:31

Empire Files: From 1776 to Trump - White Mobs, Racist Heroes & Hidden History
Trump hit his lowest moment when he blamed "both sides" for the murder of anti-racist protester Heather Heyer in Charlottesville. But understanding how a neo-Nazi sympathizer got into the White House requires breaking apart the myth underneath it all, the glorified story of the creation of the United States in 1776
DATE: 2017-09-24 | LENGTH: 33:17

Real Media: New Warfare & Transparency
Chris Cole of Drone Wars UK talks about the current state of the technology, the march to lethal autonomous warfare, and the absolute secrecy and lack of democratic scrutiny around the developing drone program
DATE: 2017-09-24 | LENGTH: 06:29

Puerto Rico Goes Dark After its Power is Stripped
Hurricane Maria wreaked havoc on Puerto Rico, but massive debt and a crumbling infrastructure put the island in crisis long before the storm, says Monxo Lopez, a professor at Hunter College
DATE: 2017-09-22 | LENGTH: 13:14

Germany's Angela Merkel: The World's Eco-Villain?
As Germany gets ready for parliamentary elections this Sunday, Chancellor Angela Merkel's reputation as an environmentalist is being called in question by activist and author George Monbiot
DATE: 2017-09-22 | LENGTH: 14:16

After Pushing Democrats Left, Bernie Sanders Takes on Foreign Policy
Bernie Sanders' foreign policy address is a major step forward in the effort to challenge the corporate, militarist influences behind U.S. foreign policy, says Root Action's Norman Solomon
DATE: 2017-09-23 | LENGTH: 19:03

The Road to Zero Wealth
Prosperity Now's Dedrick Asante Mohammed says the racial wealth gap is growing, and if unaddressed, it will lead to zero wealth for communities of color in the next four decades
DATE: 2017-09-23 | LENGTH: 11:02

US Lawmakers Accuse Russian Outlet of... Time Travel?
Lawmakers want the FCC to investigate the Russia-backed Sputnik Radio for using "U.S. airwaves to influence the 2016 presidential election," apparently not realizing that Sputnik wasn't on the radio until July 2017, says Max Blumenthal
DATE: 2017-09-23 | LENGTH: 09:57

Real Media: UK Drilling Down with Dodgy Fracking Data
A report commissioned by 'Talk Fracking' analyzes the latest peer-reviewed fracking science and questions a 4-year-old report that UK conservatives rely on to push through their fracking agenda
DATE: 2017-09-23 | LENGTH: 06:57

Bernie Sanders Presents his Foreign Policy Platform
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) delivered the Green Foundation Lecture at Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri, where he laid out his vision for a progressive U.S. foreign policy
DATE: 2017-09-21 | LENGTH: 24:37

Bernie Sanders Calls Out 'International Oligarchy'
After mobilizing millions of supporters around progressive policies at home, Senator Bernie Sanders unveils a foreign policy vision that criticizes US militarism and 'international oligarchy'
DATE: 2017-09-21 | LENGTH: 21:31

Netanyahu Targets Iran to Deflect From Occupation
In his UN speech, Benjamin Netanyahu mentioned Iran 37 times but spoke about Palestine only twice, deflecting attention away from the occupation and giving Israel an external enemy, says Haaretz journalist Gideon Levy
DATE: 2017-09-22 | LENGTH: 10:41

The Nina Turner Show: Building Collective Power with Nelini Stamp
Working Families Party's Nelini Stamp talks to Nina Turner about becoming politicized by Obama's campaign and Occupy Wall Street, the need to build a caring society, and reclaiming elections under a Trump presidency
DATE: 2017-09-22 | LENGTH: 22:18

Neocons and Hollywood Liberals Go to 'War' on Russia
The promotional video of the Committee to Investigate Russia features actor Morgan Freeman in what is 'probably his worst role since Driving Miss Daisy,' says AlterNet's Max Blumenthal
DATE: 2017-09-22 | LENGTH: 14:13

After Maria 'Obliterates' Puerto Rico, Trump Pushes Dangerous Climate Policy
Award-winning Arctic photographer Subhankar Banerjee says the Trump administration's plan to drill for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge will lead to more disasters
DATE: 2017-09-22 | LENGTH: 16:36

Our Revolution Endorses Socialist Star Candidate Jabari Brisport
New York City Council Candidate Jabari Brisport discusses his efforts to run a successful campaign while embracing a socialist platform
DATE: 2017-09-22

Real Media: The Nomadic War Machine
Paul Watt discusses the fight against social cleansing and gentrification, and specifically what he calls the 'Nomadic War Machine,' where campaign groups occupy spaces to shift the power balance with the landlord or local authority
DATE: 2017-09-22 | LENGTH: 08:07

Trump is Threatening More than Just the Iran Deal
As Iranian President Hassan Rouhani responds to Trump at the UN, former Iranian diplomat Seyed Hossein Mousavian says that an American withdrawal from the nuclear deal would lead Iranians to no longer trust the U.S.
DATE: 2017-09-20 | LENGTH: 18:28

Earthquake in Mexico Unearths Years of Corruption
The Mexican government learned some lessons after the devastating earthquake of 1985, but there hasn't been an end to corruption, says Laura Carlsen of the Center for International Policy
DATE: 2017-09-20 | LENGTH: 12:30

Massachusetts First to Sue Equifax Over Massive Hack
Several government agencies and at least 34 state attorneys general have opened investigations into the Equifax data-breach scandal--which is 'the gift that keeps on giving,' says white-collar criminologist Bill Black
DATE: 2017-09-20 | LENGTH: 22:01

The Earthquake Just Keeps Going in Mexico
Central Mexico's 7.1 magnitude earthquake has over 225 casualties so far, but it had help from a government that let infrastructure and buildings crumble long before the quake hit
DATE: 2017-09-20

Congress Spars on Healthcare, Unites to Fund War
As Republicans attempt a last-ditch repeal of Obamacare, Democrats have joined them to overwhelmingly pass massive spending on the military and war. We speak to economist Dean Baker
DATE: 2017-09-21 | LENGTH: 13:29

Why the Juggalos Marched on Washington
The FBI says fans of Insane Clown Posse are a violent gang, but those fans think they're being targeted because of class prejudice
DATE: 2017-09-21 | LENGTH: 05:58

Killer Robots: The War Over Artificial Intelligence
Artificial intelligence companies and other AI experts are urging the UN to ban the technology in weapons, but are they exaggerating the danger and threat for their own interests?
DATE: 2017-09-21 | LENGTH: 14:06

Turkey's Erdogan Extends Repression to European Critics of His Administration
President Erdogan of Turkey is blackmailing Europe by threatening an influx of refugees, while journalists and activists are being persecuted for criticizing Erdogan in Europe, explains Giran Ozcan of
DATE: 2017-09-21 | LENGTH: 15:21

At UN, Trump Continues Assault on Iran Nuclear Deal
If President Trump follows through on his latest threat to the Iran nuclear deal before the UN General Assembly, he'll do so with bipartisan help, says author and NIAC president Trita Parsi
DATE: 2017-09-19 | LENGTH: 11:20

Trump's Threat to 'Totally Destroy' North Korea is Illegal
Donald Trump's comments at the UN General Assembly violate international law, and the world should hold him to account, says Phyllis Bennis of the Institute for Policy Studies
DATE: 2017-09-19 | LENGTH: 23:22

Yet Another Black Man Serves Time for a Crime He Didn't Commit
Lamar Johnson was released after serving fourteen years for murder after the Innocence Project teamed with Baltimore Prosecutor Marilyn Mosby's office to win his release
DATE: 2017-09-20 | LENGTH: 04:41

New Clean Energy & Jobs Campaigns Launches With Less Ambitious Goal
Some advocates question why a new green jobs proposal is only demanding 50% renewable energy by 2030
DATE: 2017-09-20 | LENGTH: 06:49

Wilkerson: Trump a 'Diplomatic Fiasco' at the UN
Col. Larry Wilkerson, former chief of staff to Colin Powell, talks about Trump's speech before the UN General Assembly and explains why Ambassador Nikki Haley's remarks on the Iran nuclear deal scare him
DATE: 2017-09-19 | LENGTH: 22:23

GOP Retries ACA Repeal as Single-Payer Surges
After failing to repeal the Affordable Care Act earlier this year, Republicans are trying to sneak through an equally dangerous last-ditch attempt, says Dr. Ed Weisbart of Physicians for a National Health Program
DATE: 2017-09-18 | LENGTH: 15:03

Koch Brothers Fuel the GOP's War on Climate Science
Investigative journalist Bruce Livesey explains that the Koch brothers have used their enormous wealth to force Republicans to toe the line on climate change denial
DATE: 2017-09-19 | LENGTH: 15:47

White Police, Black Unarmed Suspects
Glen Ford discusses the recent acquittal of white St. Louis Police Officer Jason Stockley and the uprising that followed
DATE: 2017-09-19 | LENGTH: 10:10

Uproar over Ultra-Orthodox Military Service Deepens Old Israeli Rift
Journalist and documentarian Lia Tarachansky discusses the decision by the Israeli Supreme Court to overturn a law exempting ultra-Orthodox Jews from military service
DATE: 2017-09-19 | LENGTH: 13:56

Applicant Says Federal Judge 'Hijacked' Process to Pick Police Monitor
After Judge James Bredar handpicked a group to monitor the consent decree between the Baltimore Police and the Department of Justice, one of the finalists says community input was ignored, setting a bad precedent going forward
DATE: 2017-09-19 | LENGTH: 10:41

Real Media: Art & Militarism
From the 'Conference at the Gates' organized by 'Stop The Arms Fair', Real Media explores a workshop on art and militarism that was held during protests against the 2017 Defense and Security Equipment International (DSEI) arms fair in London
DATE: 2017-09-19 | LENGTH: 09:50

Prisoners of Hope - RAI with Thomas Frank (6/6)
On Reality Asserts Itself, Thomas Frank says if liberals don't face up to how the policies of Clinton and Obama helped create the conditions for the rise of Trump, the next version of Trump will be far more dangerous than this one
DATE: 2017-09-18 | LENGTH: 22:10

Empire Files: Peter Joseph & Abby Martin on Abolishing Capitalism
Peter Joseph is the founder of the Zeitgeist Movement, a grassroots, worldwide organization that advocates an alternative economic system based on sustainability, cooperation and human need
DATE: 2017-09-18 | LENGTH: 45:41

Baltimore's Water Affordability Crisis
Water rates in Baltimore have been skyrocketing, more than tripling since 2000--and a $500 unpaid water bill could cost residents their homes
DATE: 2017-09-18 | LENGTH: 07:09

Real Media: Women's Narratives - The Real Cost of Selling Weapons
Two women from conflict zones in Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe explain the costs of war and the arms trade for their homelands, and in particular the impact on women
DATE: 2017-09-18 | LENGTH: 09:23

UK Activist Risks Prison Challenging 'Digital Strip-Search'
CAGE International Director Muhammad Rabbani is about to stand trial for refusing to give UK police the password to his laptop, which contained information about torture survivors. He's using his case to challenge Britain's anti-terrorism legislation, Schedule 7
DATE: 2017-09-17 | LENGTH: 15:37

Real Media: Drones, Nationalism and the Future of Warfare
Author of Shadow World: Inside the Global Arms Trade Andrew Feinstein talks about the the future of warfare, the effects of drones on the military industrial complex and the role of nationalism in an increasingly unstable world
DATE: 2017-09-17 | LENGTH: 11:17

Green Party files election fraud lawsuit against Democratic Party in Pennsylvania
Candidate for Pennsylvania's 197th ward and former Green Party VP Candidate in 2012, Cheri Honkala, discusses the election fraud lawsuit she filed last week against the Democratic Party.
DATE: 2017-09-17

Trump's Judicial Makeover is White and Far-Right
Through his nominees of federal judges and prosecutors, Donald Trump is overseeing a radical overhaul of the US judicial system, says Kamau Franklin, attorney and political editor of Atlanta Black Star
DATE: 2017-09-16 | LENGTH: 12:37

Russian Progressives Challenge Putin From Below
A grassroots coalition has made gains in Moscow's municipal election, signaling opportunities for Russian progressives at the local level, says Russian-American independent journalist Alyona Minkovski
DATE: 2017-09-15 | LENGTH: 20:37

CIA Whistleblower: Harvard Picks Torture Apologists Over Chelsea Manning
Harvard's rescinding of Chelsea Manning's visiting fellowship -- following a backlash from current and former US officials -- is a 'disgrace,' says CIA whistleblower John Kiriakou
DATE: 2017-09-15 | LENGTH: 08:38

UNCTAD Report: 50 Year Occupation Destroyed Palestinian Economy
A scathing report from United Nations Conference on Trade and Development describes how 50 years of Israeli occupation has prevented economic development in Palestine, and highlights the destructive impact of Israel's illegal settlements in the West Bank
DATE: 2017-09-15 | LENGTH: 16:00

UK Parliament 'Beheads Democracy' With EU Exit Bill
Public interest organisations and opposition leaders slammed the EU Withdrawal Bill as the biggest threat to parliamentary democracy in decades, explains journalist Steve Topple
DATE: 2017-09-15 | LENGTH: 11:38

From Ronald Reagan to Bernie Sanders - RAI with Thomas Frank (5/6)
On Reality Asserts Itself, Thomas Frank, author of 'What's the Matter with Kansas?' and 'Listen, Liberal,' talks about his journey from being an enthusiastic supporter of the Vietnam War and Ronald Reagan to embracing Franklin Roosevelt and socialist Bernie Sanders
DATE: 2017-09-15 | LENGTH: 22:32

Jury Acquits, Thanks Officer Accused of Kicking Unarmed Suspect in Head
Police whistleblower Michael Wood says without civilian control, police abuse will continue to go unchecked
DATE: 2017-09-15 | LENGTH: 01:35

Florida Nursing Home Deaths Highlight Industry's Dangers
The deaths of eight Florida nursing home residents during Hurricane Irma bring new attention to a powerful industry serving the vulnerable, and a Trump administration effort to nix a critical safeguard
DATE: 2017-09-14 | LENGTH: 12:18

Hosting Amazon's New Headquarters: Burden or Benefit?
Cities across the U.S. are in a bidding war to host Amazon's $5 billion investment, but Seattle journalist Richard Silverstein cautions that having Amazon as a neighbor isn't a 'honeymoon romance'
DATE: 2017-09-15 | LENGTH: 11:40

Senate Refuses to Stop Endless War
Sixteen years after its passage, the Senate has rejected an effort to repeal the Congressional authorization that has been used as a blank check for military action around the globe, says David Swanson of World Beyond War
DATE: 2017-09-14 | LENGTH: 14:26

Holdout Democrats Face a Single-Payer Surge
Health industry-backed Democrats who've yet to join their colleagues in backing Bernie Sanders' Medicare-for-All bill will face a new wave of grassroots pressure, says Michael Lighty of National Nurses United
DATE: 2017-09-14 | LENGTH: 11:56

Single-Payer Healthcare Takes a Big Step Forward
Wednesday was a historic day in the U.S. struggle for universal health care as key Senate Democrats joined Sen. Bernie Sanders to unveil a single-payer bill. We speak to economist Dean Baker and Saikat Chakrabarti of Brand New Congress
DATE: 2017-09-13 | LENGTH: 20:27

Catalonia and Spain 'Playing Chicken' Ahead of Independence Vote
One million people took to the streets in Barcelona to support Catalonian independence from Spain. The movement plans for a referendum on Oct. 1, in violation of a court ruling declaring the referendum unconstitutional, explains Carlos Delclos of Roar Magazine
DATE: 2017-09-13 | LENGTH: 12:09

How Florida's Native Americans Predicted and Survived Hurricanes
Betty Osceola, a member of the Miccosukee tribe and Panther clan, shared several stories about her family's own experiences dealing with hurricanes and tornadoes in South Florida
DATE: 2017-09-13

FBI, DOJ Eye Russian Media Outlets as 'Foreign Agents'
The US Justice Department and FBI are scrutinizing the Russian state-owned Sputnik and RT networks as potential 'foreign agents', raising questions of press freedom, says independent journalist Alyona Minkovski
DATE: 2017-09-13 | LENGTH: 05:47

No Federal Charges for Police in Freddie Gray Case
The Justice Department has rejected federal charges for the six Baltimore officers involved in the death of Freddie Gray. With Trump rolling back federal oversight, police veteran Neill Franklin says the push for justice and reform has to come from the local level
DATE: 2017-09-14 | LENGTH: 17:31

Former Nuclear Inspector: Calling North Korea Nuclear-Capable is a 'Gross Exaggeration'
Robert Kelley, former IAEA director of nuclear inspections, says we still lack evidence needed to determine whether North Korea detonated a hydrogen bomb
DATE: 2017-09-05 | LENGTH: 16:43

Brazil's Corruption Scandals: No Winners, No End in Sight
The political elite has completely lost control of the situation, but the left is unable to take the reins, says blogger Alex Hochuli, who produces the Aufhebunga podcast
DATE: 2017-09-13 | LENGTH: 12:39

Unpopular Abbas Targets Palestinian Critics
The Palestinian Authority's arrest of prominent human rights activist Issa Amro is part of a wider crackdown on critics of Mahmoud Abbas' rule, says Ali Abunimah of The Electronic Intifada
DATE: 2017-09-13 | LENGTH: 14:27

Trump's Justice Department Drops Investigation into the Death of Freddie Gray
The Baltimore Sun is reporting that the US Department of Justice will not pursue criminal civil rights charges against the six officers who had been charged in connection with Gray's in-custody death
DATE: 2017-09-13 | LENGTH: 02:54

Is the Military Prepared for Climate Crisis?
The effects of climate change will increase inequality and create conflicts across borders, while the U.S. military will to have to spend more money and resources on humanitarian assistance and disaster relief, says Col. Larry Wilkerson
DATE: 2017-09-11 | LENGTH: 13:47

Democrats Follow Bernie Sanders' Lead on Single-Payer
Top Democrats, including likely presidential hopefuls, are lining up to co-sponsor Sen. Bernie Sanders' Medicare-for-All bill, signaling universal healthcare is fast becoming a litmus test for 2020
DATE: 2017-09-11 | LENGTH: 12:30

Clinton Democrats Hate the Left - RAI with Thomas Frank (4/6)
On Reality Asserts Itself, Thomas Frank author of "What's the Matter with Kansas" and "Listen LIberal", tells host Paul Jay that Bill Clinton tried to drive the left from the party, saying were naive and could never win; now that Hillary lost they are blaming the left for the defeat
DATE: 2017-09-12 | LENGTH: 21:16

Outrage at University for Choosing DeVos as Commencement Speaker
Students, professors and two gubernatorial candidates say Betsy DeVos's attacks against public education make her unqualified to deliver the commencement speech at the University of Baltimore
DATE: 2017-09-11 | LENGTH: 06:31

School Segregation is Making a Comeback
The U.S. education system was designed to favor the white and the rich, and you 'don't have to wave a confederate flag or have a statue of Robert E. Lee to effectively secede from your court-mandated school-desegregation order,' says the Black Agenda Report's Glen Ford
DATE: 2017-09-12 | LENGTH: 09:22

The Disappearing Act in the United Arab Emirates
UAE law on cybercrime is providing a legal basis for disappearances and crackdowns on cyber-dissent, says Joe Odell, of the International Campaign for Freedom
DATE: 2017-09-11 | LENGTH: 13:13

TRNN Investigates 9/11
A replay of our coverage of 9-11 stories
DATE: 2016-09-11

Here We Go Again
Col. Lawrence Wilkerson writes that UN Ambassador Nikki Haley's distortions are an attempt to prepare conditions for war against Iran
DATE: 2017-09-11

US Pharma Industry Converts Monopoly Power into Political Power
An Ohio ballot initiative aims to lower prescription drug prices, but the pharmaceutical industry is circumventing campaign finance laws according to an investigation. Economics professor Lawrence King explains how the pharma industry converts intellectual property rights into inordinate profits and uses these for political power to maintain its privileged position
DATE: 2017-09-11 | LENGTH: 09:47

Venezuela's President Maduro Presents New Economic Measures
CEPR's Mark Weisbrot explains that the new measures can help alleviate some of Venezuela's economic problems, but do not address the heart of the problem, which is an inflation-depreciation spiral that has given the country an extraordinarily high inflation rate. Trump's recent illegal sanctions will make the situation even more difficult
DATE: 2017-09-11 | LENGTH: 13:19

'The Model Economy' in Germany is Growing a Class of Working Poor
General election campaign is in full swing in Germany but little attention is being paid to the high proportion of working poor explains economist Heiner Flassbeck.
DATE: 2017-09-10 | LENGTH: 10:36

Liberal Elite Doesn't Care Much About Inequality - RAI with Thomas Frank (3/6)
Bill Clinton accomplished a Republican agenda and Obama allowed the Tea Party to steal the economic populist moment, says Thomas Frank on Reality Asserts Itself with Paul Jay; Frank is the author of "What's the Matter with Kansas" and "Listen, Liberal"
DATE: 2017-09-10 | LENGTH: 32:22

The Rise and Fall of Syriza: Finding a New Way Forward for Greece's Radical Left (3/3)
Syriza's influence on the European Left: there is popular aspirations welling from below, but Syria has also had a negative effect on the European left says author and historian Helena Sheehan
DATE: 2017-09-10 | LENGTH: 11:42

Equifax Data Breach is a 10 out of 10 Scandal
The hacking of consumer credit reporting giant Equifax, and the company's 'cynical' handling of it, is a far-reaching disaster that borders on criminal, says financial regulation expert Bill Black
DATE: 2017-09-08 | LENGTH: 22:10

Puerto Rico Drowning in Debt: Irma Deepens the Crisis
Mark Weisbrot says debt cancellation and restructuring will be the only answer to rebuild Puerto Rico
DATE: 2017-09-08 | LENGTH: 10:37

Real Media: Biggest Arms Deal in History
As the world's largest arms fair gets underway in London, author of The Shadow World: Inside the Global Arms Trade, Andrew Feinstein talks to Real Media about corruption and justification of arms deals
DATE: 2017-09-09 | LENGTH: 11:33

The Nina Turner Show: On Solidarity with Linda Sarsour and Winnie Wong
Linda Sarsour and Winnie Wong say that to fight the Trump administration, Democrats need to be accountable to the organized Left - not the other way around
DATE: 2017-09-08 | LENGTH: 19:48

Maryland Governor's New Baltimore Bus System is Confusing and Slow
During the first week of school, young riders and their parents struggle to find their way around the city's new Baltimore Link system
DATE: 2017-09-09 | LENGTH: 07:24

Activists Blockade Massive Arms Fair in London
In London, activists have staged a week of protest against the Defense and Security Equipment International, DSEI, one of the world's largest arms fairs
DATE: 2017-09-09 | LENGTH: 09:29

Rwanda's Paul Kagame Tightens Hold on Power
Western backers are looking the other way as Rwandan President Paul Kagame grows increasingly authoritarian, says Claude Gatebuke of the African Great Lakes Action Network
DATE: 2017-09-09 | LENGTH: 15:50

Cesar Vargas On Fighting Trump's Anti-Immigrant Forces for DACA and the Dream Act
Interview with Cesar Vargas, former Dreamer Coalition Director, Latino Outreach Strategist for Bernie Sanders' 2016 Campaign, and New York's first undocumented lawyer
DATE: 2017-09-09

Clinton Attacks Sanders in New Book -- RAI With Thomas Frank (2/6)
On Reality Asserts Itself, Thomas Frank, author of 'What's the Matter with Kansas?' and 'Listen, Liberal,' and Paul Jay discuss Hillary Clinton's new book 'What Happened,' and identify the real differences between Clinton and Sanders
DATE: 2017-09-07 | LENGTH: 50:02

50k People Want to #DraftBernie for Third-Party Presidential Run
TRNN's Jaisal Noor questions #DraftBernie supporters Kshama Sawant and Nick Brana about why they want Sanders to ditch the Democrats
DATE: 2017-09-08 | LENGTH: 06:36

Humanity's 'Carbon Budget' is Smaller Than Generally Believed
Professor Michael Mann discusses a new study showing that the IPCC has underestimated global warming in the industrial era
DATE: 2017-09-07 | LENGTH: 18:00

Burma's Rohingya Muslims Face Worst Crisis Yet
After decades of persecution, a Burmese military campaign has forced more than 150,000 Rohingya Muslims to flee deadly attacks
DATE: 2017-09-08 | LENGTH: 19:32

The Unseen Battle For Raqqa
As Raqqa continues to be liberated from ISIS, Syrian Democratic Forces are working with local tribes to help give them direct control over their futures, says journalist Karlos Zurutuza
DATE: 2017-09-08 | LENGTH: 08:03

Building a Strong Link Between Workers in the U.S. and Cuba
Cuban Union leader Victor Manuel Lemagne Sanchez tours the U.S. and witnesses the huge contrast in living conditions
DATE: 2017-09-08 | LENGTH: 03:07

Are Irma-like Super Storms the 'New Normal'?
Distinguished climate scientist Michael Mann explains that a business-as-usual scenario will lead to increasingly devastating storms
DATE: 2017-09-07 | LENGTH: 14:09

Israel's Jewish-Only Right of Return Displaces Palestinians for 2nd Time
TRNN's Shir Hever says the eviction of a family in East Jerusalem's Sheikh Jarrah is part of a larger Israeli strategy to displace Palestinians, but it could inadvertently set a precedent for hundreds of thousands of Palestinians who lost their homes in 1948
DATE: 2017-09-07 | LENGTH: 09:30

Low Rate of Unionization in US Consequence of Deregulation
Bill Black points out that former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers' recent plea for greater unionization contradicts his actions as a member of the Clinton and Obama administrations, when he promoted financial deregulation, increasing the power of capital
DATE: 2017-09-07 | LENGTH: 16:45

French Labor Reform Attempts to Remove Labor Union Protection
Recently elected French president Emmanuel Macron makes another run at Labor reform, which protests defeated several times before. CEPR's Dean Baker explains that the measures, if passed, will not boost France's economy
DATE: 2017-09-07 | LENGTH: 08:37

Sanctions Against North Korea a Dangerous Dead-End
Veteran North Korea journalist Tim Shorrock explains that Russia's Putin is right that sanctions will not cause North Korea to back down on its nuclear weapons program. Negotiations that put U.S. military maneuvers on the table are necessary
DATE: 2017-09-06 | LENGTH: 21:03

Historian Gerald Horne: Trump's Attacks on Immigrants is History Repeating Itself
Following Jeff Sessions' announcement ending DACA, we get a response from author, historian, and Houston resident Gerald Horne, who will also discuss efforts to rebuild after Hurricane Harvey
DATE: 2017-09-06 | LENGTH: 20:12

BRICS Summit in China: A Missed Opportunity
Patrick Bond, who held a keynote address at the BRICS counter-summit in Hong Kong, says that critics consider the 9th BRICS summit in Xiamen, China, a missed opportunity to challenge corporate-led globalization
DATE: 2017-09-06 | LENGTH: 18:45

Larry Wilkerson: North Korea is Not an Existential Threat - But Many People Benefit by Saying It Is
Col. Wilkerson and TRNN's Paul Jay discuss the underlying forces driving the U.S./North Korea confrontation
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