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Hopkins Hospital Workers Speak Out against “Poverty Wages”

April 4, 2014

The Real News talks to workers at Baltimore’s internationally renowned Johns Hopkins Hospital as they prepare for a possible strike in order to obtain a $15 hourly wage

Campaign Finance Reform

April 3, 2014
Only .08% of U.S. population gives more than $2500 to campaigns now this elite will have fewer limits on their contributions, making funds harder to track and enhancing the influence of money in politics

The European Central Bank’s War on Wages is Pushing Europe’s Economy to the Brink

April 2, 2014

Bill Black: The media has failed to report on the causes and possible solutions for Europe’s deflating economy

Will Venezuela’s New Floating Exchange Rate Curb Inflation?

April 1, 2014

Mark Weisbrot: New exchange rate is intended to safeguard the importation of essential and primary goods

TRNN on Leaks

March 31, 2014
Larry Wilkerson: Latest report further corroborates evidence proving torture’s ineffectiveness, while placing greater pressure on President Obama to issue an investigation into CIA’s practices

The Iraq War’s Real Legacy

March 28, 2014

Though President Obama attempts to justify Iraq’s invasion, Iraqi civilians and Iraq war veterans share their stories on the lasting environmental, social, and health effects of the U.S. occupation still being felt today

Reality Asserts Itself - Andy Shallal

March 28, 2014
Mr. Shallal says at the local level is where you can make a change. It’s very hard to expect change on the national level.

Teachers on Strike

March 26, 2014
Education Professor Lois Weiner breaks down what connects tens of thousands of striking teachers in the UK, and why American teachers have not been launching their own major strikes