Trump says the U.S. will recognize Israeli control of the occupied Golan Heights; Cyclone Idai wreaks unprecedented destruction on southern Africa; Indigenous communities disproportionately impacted by Midwestern flooding.
Amnesty International accuses the U.S. of possible war crimes in Somalia for killing civilians in a secretive air war; Ongoing protests rock Haiti; "Kushner Inc" reveals how Ivanka Trump & Jared Kushner have used their White House posts for personal gain.
The Illinois Supreme Court has let stand a less than 7-year prison sentence for former police officer Jason Van Dyke, who was found guilty last year of second-degree murder for killing African-American teenager Laquan McDonald in 2014.
Brazil's far-right President Jair Bolsonaro visits Trump at the White House; We look at decades of police violence in Chicago with civil rights attorney Flint Taylor, author of "The Torture Machine," and Rutgers professor Lilia Fernández.
New Zealand mourns the worshipers killed in two Christchurch mosques. Most of them were immigrants or refugees; The U.S. gov't blocks International Criminal Court staff from entering the U.S.; Trump maintains close ties to Boeing despite Ethiopia crash.
New Zealand races to enact new gun reform measures three days after a white supremacist gunman shot dead 50 Muslim worshipers at two mosques in Christchurch; 1.4 million children across 125 countries strike to demand bold action on climate change.
An extended conversation with Danielle Sered, executive director of Common Justice, a Brooklyn-based organization that offers alternatives to incarceration for people charged with violent felonies. She says that ending mass incarceration will require a radical change in the way our society approaches violence. Her new book is titled “Until We Reckon: Violence, Mass Incarceration, and a Road to Repair.”
A white right-wing extremist attacks two mosques in Christchurch, killing 49 people; Anand Giridharadas, author of "Winners Take All," on the college cheating scandal; A campaign searches for a blood stem cell donor for a young journalist fighting cancer.
As Joe Biden prepares to possibly join a growing roster of 2020 hopefuls in a bid for the presidency, we speak with Harper’s magazine editor Andrew Cockburn about what he sees as Biden’s dangerous track record.
The political crisis in Venezuela deepens as the U.S. pulls its embassy staff from Caracas; Democratic lawmakers push forward with impeachment proceedings for Trump; Danielle Sered on violence, mass incarceration and her new book, "Until We Reckon."
The U.S. refuses to ground Boeing 737 MAX 8 planes despite two fatal crashes; In major scandal, federal prosecutors charge wealthy parents who paid their children's way into elite colleges; We look at Joe Biden's record as he considers a presidential bid.
Journalist David Cay Johnston on Trump's budget & the growing probes into his finances; Protests continue in Sacramento after the DA announced the officers who killed Stephon Clark would not face charges; Hampshire College faces growing financial crisis.
The U.S. government has created a secret database of activists, lawyers and journalists linked to the migrant caravans. We speak with an activist who was targeted; Glenn Greenwald & Dan Ellsberg respond to whistleblower Chelsea Manning's recent jailing.