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Alexis Goldstein on financial regulation, two animal rights activists are charged as terrorists under a terrible 2006 law,…
New York Magazine puts 35 women who have accused Cosby of rape on their cover, the Trump show continues unabated, and the FBI is…
Indiana authorities shut down a holographic performance of Chief Keef, Cleveland police pepper spray activists outside a national…
A deputy sheriff’s lies lead to a SWAT raid that injured a baby with a flashbang, NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo's has to reveal…
Jesse Myerson joins us to discuss the reasons why Bernie Sanders should run as a proper Socialist, a white man commits a mass…
Maya Schenwar on Obama's prison visit and mass incarceration, an essay by Lindy West on being a fat bride, and listener mail.
New disturbing video in the Sandra Bland case, state guidelines for how schools should protect trans students, Obama's attempts to…
A website that facilitates affairs gets hacked, Gen Wesley Clark calls for a new round of internment camps, efforts to desegregate…
Black Lives Matter protesters interrupt Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley at NetRoots, Gawker posts and then retracts a story…
Early thoughts on the shooting at two military offices in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Angela Merkel makes a Palestinian girl cry, and…
Ryan Devereaux joins us to discuss the escape of drug kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, Molly's new piece about Fun, and…
Katie Klabusich joins us to discuss the efforts to affirmatively protect abortion rights, a doctored video of Planned Parenthood…
Ali Gharib joins us to discuss the historic Iran nuclear deal, the US military takes steps to allow trans people to serve openly,…
Frontline's Edward Watts joins us to discuss his new documentary Escaping ISIS, the American Federation of Teachers endorses…
Above-board weed delivery comes to California, Greece takes steps toward austerity, debating Hillary Clinton's brand of feminism,…
Jeff Sharlet on a police killing on Skid Row in LA, FBI director Jim Comey testifies before the Senate Intelligence Committee, and…
New York City will offer non-bail options for non-violent offenses rather than sending every arrestee to Rikers, released…
Parents share their experiences with Success Academy, US law enforcement agencies have a shady relationship with a spyware company…
Greek voters reject austerity in weekend referendum, the ed reform origins of stressing grit and perseverance in classrooms, and…
The UK government has admitted to spying on Amnesty International, less weigh on standardized tests meaning more students passing…
JW Mason joins us to discuss the on-going financial chaos in Greece, the fight for marriage equality for people with disabilities…
The US remains vague on the status of a detained ISIS widow, Cuomo and de Blasio trade barbs over control of city policy, and…
The Supreme Court rules that unreliable drugs can still be used to execute death row inmates, data mining children, returning to…