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America Is on the Road to Becoming a Fascist State

America Is on the Road to Becoming a Fascist State

October 7, 2018

By Robert Scheer / Truthdig. In a compelling essay for The New York Review of Books this month, Christopher R. Browning, a leading historian of the Holocaust and Nazism, outlines the frightening parallels between the United States and the Weimar Republic. “No matter how and when the Trump presidency ends,” he writes, “the specter of…

A Once Silent Crisis is Now a Deafening Cry

June 27, 2018
Trump's policy of separating immigrant children from their parents and holding them in cages is sparking a wave of public outrage

Trump Administration Defends Separating Migrant Children from Parents

June 15, 2018

People across the country are protesting the new policy which Attorney General Jeff Sessions defended by citing a Bible verse previously used to justify slavery

What Real Criminal Justice Reform Looks Like

October 18, 2017

TRNN’s Jaisal Noor talks to Van Jones, Ben Jealous, and Eddie Conway about poverty, unemployment, violence, police accountability and the 2018 Maryland governor’s race

Sessions Faces Russia Questions, But Are Democrats Next?

October 18, 2017

In a Senate hearing, Attorney General Jeff Sessions was grilled yet again on Russia and other issues. Meanwhile, a new Russia-tied investigation has emerged, but this time it involves the Obama administration

Empire Files: Rosa Clemente & Abby Martin – No Savior in 2020

October 16, 2017

Renowned Afro-Latinx leader Rosa Clemente sits down with Abby Martin to discuss her experience running for Vice President, organizing in the Trump era, advice for new activists, identity politics and more

Firing Back at Trump’s War on Immigrants, California Becomes First ‘Sanctuary State’

October 15, 2017

Assemblyman David Chiu, who authored bills that protect undocumented immigrants at home and at work, says attacks on immigrants undermine public safety

The Real Baltimore

September 14, 2017
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