The death toll from a bridge collapse in the Italian city of Genoa has reached at least thirty-nine. The tragedy has ignited national frustration with crumbling infrastructure and economic austerity — and it’s Italy’s far-right that has taken most advantage. We speak to Steve Hellman, professor emeritus at York University.
Aaron Mate hosts TRNN Senior Editor Paul Jay in a discussion about the real reasons why Trump should be considered a traitor by the American people
Refugees face deportation unless they recognize Israel’s “right to exist.” Annette Grothe of Die Linke explains the new measures the German legislature is taking
Steve Bannon and several wealthy Trump donors are pouring millions into Wisconsin Senate candidate Kevin Nicholson’s campaign, hoping to flip Democrat Tammy Baldwin’s seat
President Trump will attend the World Economic Forum in Davos, days after introducing significant tariffs on Asian imports. However, these tariffs and Trump’s overall economic agenda won’t challenge the world’s elite at Davos, says Prof. Leo Panitch
The current form of Islamophobia and xenophobia expressed by the far right in Poland is rooted in the history of anti-semitism says Konrad Pędziwiatr of Krakow University of Economics, Poland.