Russia-backed forces in Syria kill 33 Turkish soldiers; Thousands in the Dominican Republic protest the suspension of elections and celebrate Independence Day; New Jersey families protest plans to demolish a public school to make way for a cancer center.
President Trump puts Mike Pence in charge of the U.S. response to coronavirus, despite his disastrous public health record as Indiana governor; How the climate crisis is exacerbating disease outbreaks; Anti-Muslim violence kills dozens in India.
As the U.S. presidential campaign heats up, so do concerns about election interference and the role of social media in democracy. We look at a new documentary that tracks the rise of weaponized information back decades before Cambridge Analytica and even social media to a man named Lord Tim Bell and the firm he co-founded, Bell Pottinger, which launched in the 1990s and quickly became one of the most powerful companies in the world by employing advertising techniques to influence elections....
Author Anand Giridharadas discusses the "billionaire election" and wealth inequality; South Carolina's primary tests 2020 candidates' support among African Americans; Reporter Bob Hennelly says Michael Bloomberg has lied about releasing his taxes.
Harvey Weinstein is found guilty of rape and sexual assault by a jury in New York; We speak with Chuck Rocha, senior adviser to Bernie Sanders, about the campaign's success in early primary states and what's changed since 2016.
On the 55th anniversary of Malcolm X's murder, we look at the new Netflix docuseries "Who Killed Malcolm X?" We speak with filmmaker Shayla Harris, scholar Abdur-Rahman Muhammad and Ilyasah Shabazz, one of Malcolm X's six daughters.
Ahead of the Nevada caucus, no Democratic candidate receives a Culinary Workers Union endorsement; A new study shows Medicare for All will save U.S. residents more than $450 billion every year; Latinx organization Mijente endorses Bernie Sanders.
The jury in Harvey Weinstein's trial begins its deliberations on whether to find the disgraced movie mogul guilty on rape and sexual assault charges; A new film takes a close look at Joe Biden's extensive role in the Iraq War.
Democratic presidential candidates are accusing billionaire Michael Bloomberg of buying his way to the nomination and spreading his wealth to keep critics silent; In Yemen, 31 people were killed in U.S.-backed Saudi airstrikes.
A lawsuit against the city of Detroit alleges that its housing policies have widened the racial wealth gap; The One Billion Rising campaign seeks to end sexual violence against women and girls; We speak with playwright Eve Ensler and singer Taína Asili.
Closing arguments begin in the trial of accused sexual predator Harvey Weinstein; Anti-pipeline protests break out across Canada in solidarity with Wet'suwet'en land defenders; Amy Klobuchar faces mounting scrutiny over her record as a district attorney.
Bernie Sanders wins the New Hampshire primary; Unearthed audio exposes Mike Bloomberg defending "stop-and-frisk" in racial terms; A South Bend City Council member decries Pete Buttigieg's treatment of the black community during his time as mayor.
President Trump unveils his 2021 budget request, proposing massive cuts to Medicaid and food stamps while increasing spending on the border wall, the military and nuclear weapons; Polls open in New Hampshire in the nation's first presidential primary.
In a joint interview, Congresswomen Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib and Ayanna Pressley sit down with Nermeen Shaikh to talk about resistance, protesting President Trump, reshaping U.S. foreign policy, and their personal histories.
The U.S. Navy deploys a new nuclear weapon for the first time since the Cold War; The coronavirus death toll tops 630 people in China; At least 200 Salvadoran asylum seekers were killed, raped or tortured after being deported from the U.S.