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In this climate news roundup, we examine King Coal’s lawsuit, an industry push to ban natural gas bans, a possible fracking bailout and provide an update on the Senate energy bill.
Both Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders criticized Trump’s weak response to Coronavirus, but Sanders’ plan made support for working and marginalized communities a priority.
More than 14 Baltimore City Police Officers have been now caught in the ever-widening scandal of cops drug dealing, robbing residents, and stealing overtime.
Lack of tests and testing facilities has the United States playing a dangerous game of catch up
A FAIR study of the democratic presidential debates clearly shows that questions for progressive candidates such as Sanders and Warren were always framed critically, while those for moderate candidates were neutral.
Sanctions impose poverty on a country and cause suffering among its people. Why do people in the U.S. accept it?
There has been an explosion of incarceration in rural communities across America. PAR explores the profit motive that has stimulated this rapid increase in our carceral complex with guest Otto the Watchdog, a first amendment auditor.
President Donald Trump delivered a Wednesday night address that only caused more confusion about how government officials plan to stop the spread of COVID-19. The Real News will continue to cover the coronavirus as it spreads.
Although the connection between the stock market and the general economy is not as close as it used to be, we are overdue for a recession and so the recent stock market upheaval is a sign of economic danger, says Professor Richard Wolff.
Bernie’s odds of defeating Biden are narrow; but he’s winning on the issues.
The United States and Israel not only delayed the UN’s list of companies exploiting Palestinian occupation for three years, but omitted the most egregious profiteers, concealing activity that could be a war crime under the Geneva Conventions.
NASA satellite observes ‘significant decreases’ in nitrogen dioxide as factories shutter and workers stay home.
TRNN’s Jaisal Noor and Jacobin’s Paul Heideman discuss the implications of Biden’s victory on Super Tuesday II, and why Sunday’s debate could be Bernie’s last stand.
Voting local is the single most important thing you can do to make Baltimore a more livable city. Join us to hear from City Council President candidates about their visions for Baltimore’s transportation future. This forum is hosted by Bikemore in Action 501(c)(4), and developed in partnership with The Real News Network, Central Maryland Transportation…
Activists say adopting clean energy and phasing out on fossil fuels by 2020 is too little, too late.
While there’s “no foul play suspected” in most of the deaths, there’s plenty foul about drinking contaminated water and breathing black mold.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman arrested high-ranking members of his family and launched an oil price war with Russia, tanking the market. Code Pink’s Medea Benjamin says it just demonstrates how impulsive and capricious MBS’s decision making can be.
On Harriet Tubman’s birthday, TRNN revisits the 2017 grand opening of the Harriet Tubman Museum and Educational Center in Cambridge, MD.
Emily L. Quint Freeman stood up for what she believed in. Her actions impacted thousands, and she paid a high price. Her new memoir “Failure to Appear: Resistance, Loss, and Identity” chronicles her journey and what she gained from her struggle.
Super Tuesday stunned progressives, but sustained grassroots organizing in Southern Black communities might have produced better results. Progressive outreach has made the mistakes of avoiding people of faith and ignoring race for years.
Journalist Chris Hedges says both Republican and Democratic elites are happy to discuss race, gender, religion, and any politics of identity—as long as you don’t connect it to class divisions.