We go to London for updates on Trump's U.K. visit and meeting with Theresa May; asylum-seeking Mexican journalist Emilio Gutiérrez Soto's detention may violate free speech rights; reunited migrant families may have to separate to pursue asylum.
As Trump calls on NATO member states to double their military spending ahead of meeting with Putin, we speak with Katrina vanden Heuvel of The Nation; we talk to Guardian columnist George Monbiot about Trump's visit to London amid mass protests.
The Trump administration failed to meet a court-imposed deadline to reunite migrant children under 5 with families; Trump repeatedly threatened to invade Venezuela; Nevada plans to kill a death row prisoner using fentanyl for the first time.
As Trump nominates right-wing Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, we look at what's at stake for abortion rights, healthcare, LGBTQ rights, net neutrality and civil rights if Kavanaugh is confirmed.
A major U.S. military contractor has been secretly detaining dozens of migrant children in Phoenix; the Trump administration fights a court-ordered deadline to reunite children with their families; how CIA-backed wars laid the roots for cartel violence.
Two former EPA officials speak out after Scott Pruitt's resignation from the agency; new EPA head Andrew Wheeler is likely to continue an agenda of deregulation; Anthony Kennedy's departure from the Supreme Court puts affirmative action in jeopardy.
A federal judge rules the U.S. government may not arbitrarily detain people seeking asylum; mothers separated from their children organize to find their kids; a Holocaust expert says the Trump administration has set up concentration camps.
Mexico's new Comptroller General Irma Sandoval and political columnist John Ackerman discuss Mexico's new leftist president; we visit rejected asylum seekers at the border and interview an airport worker about migrant children flown around the country.
Leftist politician Andrés Manuel López Obrador wins Mexican presidential election in landslide; tens of thousands march across U.S. demanding end to family separation as Trump administration claims it can jail migrant families indefinitely.
Democracy Now! reports live from the U.S.-Mexico border in Brownsville, Texas, where over 1,000 people protested Thursday against Trump’s immigration policies. Speakers included actor Jay Ellis of the HBO series "Insecure."
Extended conversation with Jennifer Harbury, a human rights lawyer who has lived here in the Rio Grande Valley in Texas for over 40 years and has been active in the response to the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy.
Special broadcast from the U.S.-Mexico border: Jennifer Harbury on the link between U.S. dirty wars and today’s refugees; Rochelle Garza on attempting to unite migrant families; and Dahlia Lithwick on the resignation of Anthony Kennedy & Janus v. AFSCME.
28-year-old Democratic Socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez speaks with us after her stunning primary victory in New York; the Supreme Court rules 5-4 to uphold Trump's travel ban; a leftist candidate appears poised to win Mexico's presidential election.
National Football League defensive end Michael Bennett on activism, police brutality and his new book, "Things That Make White People Uncomfortable"; psychologist Dr. Dana Sinopoli on long-term trauma of separating children from their parents.
Maru Mora Villalpando, an undocumented immigrant with the group Mijente, says the way to stop the separation of migrant children is to drop charges against their parents; voices from the Poor People's Campaign; new film "The King" and the power of protest
Debbie Nathan reports an immigrant mother seeking asylum has reunited with her son after 38 days in detention; a new report exposes substandard medical care for detained immigrants; an Eritrean man takes his life after being deported from the U.S.
Trump signs an executive order that paves the way for immigrant families to be jailed together indefinitely; private prison companies stand to profit from Trump's order; Yemeni prisoners are reporting horrific sexual abuse at UAE-run prisons in Yemen.