Web exclusive interview with renowned Filipino journalist Maria Ressa, who is speaking out against Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte for his attacks on the free press. Duterte has repeatedly targeted Ressa and her acclaimed news site Rappler for reporting on the deadly “war on drugs” in the Philippines.
As California burns, we speak with prisoners paid just $1 an hour to fight the state's wildfires; Filipino journalist Maria Ressa speaks out as Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte attempts to shut down her groundbreaking news site Rappler.
The Justice Department inadvertently reveals it has prepared an indictment against Julian Assange; NYT exposes Facebook hired a Republican firm to discredit critics; We speak to the prison firefighters on the front lines of the CA wildfires.
Rep. Ro Khanna speaks out as House Republicans block debate on ending U.S. support for war in Yemen; a family demands justice for slain Chicago 26-year-old Jemel Roberson; a new lawsuit accuses ICE of targeting undocumented organizers for their activism.
Local officials push back as Amazon announces it will split its second headquarters between NY and Arlington, Virginia. We host a discussion on corporate welfare. Defense Sec. James Mattis visits the border, where thousands of troops have been deployed.
The death toll rises to 44 as California battles its deadliest fire ever; six people die in Gaza following the heaviest Israeli airstrikes since 2014; Maryland challenges the legality of Trump's choice for acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker.
100 years after armistice, journalist and author Adam Hochschild reflects on lessons from World War I and the danger of new wars today; Suzanne Gordon talks about the Thousand Oaks, CA, shooting and GOP-led attacks on the Veterans Health Administration.
Thousand Oaks, CA, mourns victims of Wednesday's mass shooting; Florida prepares for possible recounts in Senate and governor's races; Rashida Tlaib is elected one of the first Muslim congresswomen in Detroit; peace activists protest the war in Yemen.
Trump fires AG Jeff Sessions, replacing him with Trump loyalist Matthew Whitaker. We speak with the ACLU's David Cole & former Rep. Elizabeth Holtzman, who voted to impeach Nixon; Deb Haaland makes history as one the nation's first Native congresswomen.
Democrats seize the House with historic firsts for women of color; Stacey Abrams refuses to concede GA governor's race until every vote is counted; Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is elected to Congress; Florida re-enfranchises 1.4 million people.
Early voting numbers break records; a lawsuit proceeds against a citizenship question on the census; a record number of women of color run for U.S. office; Big Oil fights an anti-fracking measure in Colorado; Florida could re-enfranchise 1.4M people.
After a self-proclaimed misogynist murders two women at a Florida yoga studio, feminist author Soraya Chemaly discusses the toxic male supremacy movement; Before the midterms, we speak with Noam Chomsky on elections, nuclear warfare and climate change.
A political event hosted by Ilana Glazer of Comedy Central’s “Broad City” at the Union Temple Synagogue in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, was canceled Thursday night after anti-Semitic and racist messages were found scrawled on walls throughout the building.
As John Bolton calls Venezuela, Cuba & Nicaragua a "troika of tyranny," we speak with Noam Chomsky about U.S. foreign policy in Central America & the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre; Ilana Glazer cancels event at NYC synagogue due to anti-Semitic graffiti.
Parkland dad Fred Guttenberg calls on voters to elect politicians who stand for gun control in the wake of hate-fueled gun attacks in the United States; Investigative journalist Allan Nairn says fascism is at stake in the midterm elections.
As voters in Florida prepare to vote on Amendment 4, a measure to restore voting rights to 1.4 million people, Amy Goodman speaks with Desmond Meade, president of the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition, and Howard Simon, executive director of the ACLU of Florida.
As President Trump claims that he can end birthright citizenship in the United States, we speak with professor Martha Jones about the history of the 14th Amendment; In Brazil, President-elect Jair Bolsonaro threatens fragile democracy & the Amazon.