Real News Daily Reports

Guaidó Out of Gas (2/2 )

Guaidó Out of Gas

May 23, 2019
The US has failed its regime change venture in Venezuela. Former Chief of Staff to Nicolás Maduro, Temir Porras joins Sharmini Peries for analysis
How the U.S. Crackdown on Abortion Laws Influences Other Countries

How the U.S. Crackdown on Abortion Laws Influences Other Countries

May 23, 2019

As Americans struggle to decide the fate of reproductive rights state by state, the U.S. government has imposed a “Gag Rule” that would remove U.S. federal funding from any country or international organization that provides abortions or even advises women that abortion is their choice

The Corporate Challenge to Global Democracy (2/2)

Unpacking Corporate Capture in Institutions of Global Governance

May 23, 2019
Chicago's New Mayor to End Water Shutoffs

Chicago’s New Mayor to End Water Shutoffs

May 22, 2019

The move will help tens of thousands who are struggling with rapidly increasing bills, but there is still work to be done to make Chicago’s water affordable, says organizer Jenya Polozova    

Activists Push Back Against Conservative Threat to Safe and Legal Abortion

Activists Push Back Against Conservative Threat to Safe and Legal Abortion

May 22, 2019

With abortion rights under threat across the country and conservative anti-abortion bills gaining momentum, women and activists are taking their protests to the streets to defend their right to privacy and bodily autonomy

44 States File Suit Against Drug Companies for Inflating Prices

44 States File Suit Against Drug Companies for Inflating Prices

May 22, 2019

Ending patent monopolies and prosecuting big pharma will drive prescription drug prices down, says Alex Lawson, Executive Director of Social Security Works

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Edgardo Lander on Solutions to the Crisis in Venezuela

May 22, 2019
Why did Edgardo Lander and the Citizens Platform for the Defense of the Constitution meet with Juan Guaidó? The potential for violence, military intervention, and even civil war, made it important to find ways to de-escalate, says Lander
US Has No Moral Authority to Deem Muslim Brotherhood 'Terrorist'

US Has No Moral Authority to Deem Muslim Brotherhood ‘Terrorist’

May 22, 2019

As’ad Abukhalil shares his perspective on the Trump administration’s stated intent to declare the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization, pointing out that the U.S. has killed countless civilians in Afghanistan and Iraq in recent years

Canada's Anti-Venezuela Policy: A Result of Material Interests and US Subordination

Canada’s Anti-Venezuela Policy: A Result of Material Interests and US Subordination

May 22, 2019

Canada has followed the Trump administration’s lead on Venezuela, but it’s charting a very different path with regard to Cuba. Yves Engler explains that while there are material reasons for the difference, Canada has followed the U.S. lead for a long time

Trump Says the Military Industrial Complex is Pressuring him Into a War With Iran

Trump Says the Military Industrial Complex is Pressuring him Into a War With Iran

May 21, 2019

With a thirty year Boeing veteran at the Pentagon, Patrick Shanahan as Acting Secretary of Defense, and with John Bolton and Mike Pompeo at the helm, war with Iran is likely says the former chief of staff to Secretary of State, Col. Larry Wilkerson