Real News Daily Reports

Modern Monetary Theory - A Debate Between Randall Wray and Gerald Epstein

Modern Monetary Theory - A Debate Between Randall Wray and Gerald Epstein

April 22, 2019
Randall Wray, one of the founders of the economic theory known as Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) lays out some of its main arguments. Paul Jay hosts
From Multilateralism to the Old Policy of Power

From Multilateralism to the Old Policy of Power

April 22, 2019

Responses like xenophobia, nationalism and populism are not going to resolve existential threats, says Roberto Savio, explaining why he thinks multilateralism needs to make a strong comeback

Mueller and a Dangerous Moment in Human History - Jay and Curry

Mueller and a Dangerous Moment in Human History – Jay and Curry

April 21, 2019

The threat of nuclear war; the climate crisis; Trump’s regime change plans for Iran and Venezuela; and confrontation with China are far more significant threats than election meddling – former Pres. Clinton advisor Bill Curry and Paul Jay join host Jacqueline Luqman

Canada is Warming at Twice the Rate of the Globe, Says New Report

Canada is Warming at Twice the Rate of the Globe, Says New Report

April 20, 2019

Greenpeace Canada analyst hopes study serves as a wake-up call for Trudeau government, but says “You can’t wake up a man who’s only pretending to be asleep” on climate change

Cut Military Aid, Not Humanitarian Aid, to Reduce Refugee Numbers

Cut Military Aid, Not Humanitarian Aid, to Reduce Refugee Numbers

April 19, 2019

Trump’s announcement to cut humanitarian aid to Central America will not have much effect. It’s the military aid that reinforces brutality in Guatemala and Honduras, says Prof. Adrienne Pine

Baltimore Uprising Marching

The Baltimore Uprising: Four Years Later

April 19, 2019

A look at the Real News’ coverage—and how the city hasn’t changed since Freddie Gray’s death

Will the Mueller Report Help Defeat Trump in 2020? (Pt 2/2)

Release of the Mueller Report

April 19, 2019
Trump and his base will remain unaffected by the Mueller Report, and it will mainly serve as a “political football” between Republicans and Democrats, say Gerald Horne and Kamau Franklin, but it can still be used against Trump in 2020