U.S. senators are sworn in to serve as jurors in the third presidential impeachment trial in U.S. history; A conversation with the daughter of Honduran indigenous environmental activist Berta Cáceres; The translation crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border.
We continue our conversation with Oakland mom Misty Cross, who was evicted alongside other mothers fighting homelessness Tuesday from a vacant home they had been occupying for two months. Cross and three others were arrested by a heavily militarized police force in the early hours of Tuesday morning, sparking outrage. All four were released on bail Tuesday afternoon. We also speak with Cross’s daughter Destiny Johnson and Oakland activist Carroll Fife, the director of the Oakland office for...
The House delivers articles of impeachment to the Senate; The Poor People's Campaign calls for a presidential debate on poverty; Russia's prime minister resigns amid Putin's constitutional changes; Moms 4 Housing is evicted from a vacant Oakland house.
In the final debate before the Iowa caucuses, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders openly spar for the first time, but both agreed on many policy issues, including the withdrawal of U.S. combat troops from the Middle East.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi prepares to send impeachment articles to the Senate; A group of mothers fighting homelessness in Oakland occupy a vacant house with their children; Poet Martín Espada remembers Latino community activist Luis Garden Acosta.
Iranians protest for a third day after the military said it accidentally shot down a Ukrainian airliner; Lawrence Wilkerson denounces war in the Middle East; Nearly 150 are arrested on Capitol Hill in a protest urging radical climate action.
A new film tells the story of how data firm Cambridge Analytica attempted to use Facebook to sway elections across the world. We speak to the directors of the Oscar-shortlisted documentary "The Great Hack."
We look at the systematic oppression of Muslim minorities in China, from labor programs pushing Uyghurs and Kazakhs into low-wage work in Chinese factories to the indoctrination camps where at least 1 million adults from the Uyghur community are being imprisoned.
As record numbers of migrants seek refuge and asylum in the United States, we look at a key problem preventing many of them from getting due process: inadequate translation for indigenous peoples who speak Mayan languages.
President Trump vows to impose new economic sanctions on Iran but appears to step back from the brink of war; A New York Times report details "China’s push to turn Muslim minorities into an army of workers."
Iran strikes two bases in Iraq housing U.S. troops as "revenge" for the assassination of top general Qassem Soleimani; A 6.4 magnitude earthquake rocks Puerto Rico, plunging nearly the entire population into darkness in a mass power outage.
New details emerge about how Cambridge Analytica manipulated voters worldwide, from the 2016 election in the U.S. to the Brexit campaign; We look at Oscar-shortlisted documentary "The Great Hack" and speak with a Cambridge Analytica whistleblower.
Col. Lawrence Wilkerson, who served as Secretary of State Colin Powell’s chief of staff from 2002 to 2005, discusses the U.S. assassination of Iranian military commander Qassem Soleimani, who once worked with the United States to fight the Taliban and ISIS.
Iran vows revenge after the U.S. kills Iranian commander Major General Qassem Soleimani in Baghdad, a major escalation of the conflict between Iran and the U.S.; In Australia, at least 18 people have died in massive wildfires.
Iran-backed militia members break into Baghdad's U.S. Embassy as thousands protest recent U.S. airstrikes in Iraq and Syria; Thousands in Syria flee a Russia-backed government offensive in Idlib; Protests continue in India against a new citizenship law.
2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which guaranteed women the right to vote, and we begin the new decade with a New Year's Day special about one of the most influential women in U.S. politics: first lady Eleanor Roosevelt.
A man accused of stabbing five Jewish worshipers at a New York Hanukkah celebration is charged with hate crimes, as a report counts more mass killings in 2019 than any year dating back to at least the 1970s; A conversation with media legend Pat Mitchell.