Headlines for May 17, 2013; "Astoundingly Disturbing": Obama Administration Claims Power to Wage Endless War Across the Globe; Obama Worse Than Nixon? Pentagon Papers Attorney Decries AP Phone Probe, Julian Assange Persecution; Released from Prison, Climate Activist Tim DeChristopher on Civil Disobedience & Building Movements
VIDEO: From Boston to Pakistan, Pentagon Officials Claim Entire World is a Battlefield
Headlines for May 16, 2013; "The Other IRS Scandal": David Cay Johnston on Dark Money Political Groups Seeking Tax Exemption; AP Monitoring Raises Fears of Government Overreach: How Far Will Obama Go to Crack Down on Leaks?; Debate: What Caused Cooper Union's Fiscal Woes and Is Ending Free Tuition the Answer?
Headlines for May 15, 2013; Chris Hedges: Monitoring of AP Phones a "Terrifying" Step in State Assault on Press Freedom; Nobel Laureate Rigoberta Menchú Hails Genocide Conviction of Ex-Guatemalan Dictator Ríos Montt; Allan Nairn: After Ríos Montt Verdict, Time for U.S. to Account for Its Role in Guatemalan Genocide
Headlines for May 14, 2013; Jailed Civil Rights Attorney Lynne Stewart Seeks Compassionate Release over Worsening Cancer; Former Attorney General Ramsey Clark Decries Government's "Big Brother" Seizure of AP Phone Records; Dr. Paul Farmer on Rwanda's Health Leap, Haiti's Struggles & How Communities Can Repair the World
Headlines for May 13, 2013; Ríos Montt Guilty of Genocide: Are Guatemalan President Pérez Molina, U.S. Officials Next?; Climate Tipping Point? Concentration of Carbon Dioxide Tops 400 ppm for First Time in Human History
Headlines for May 10, 2013; Despite Evidence of Massacres, Former Guatemalan Dictator Proclaims Innocence at Genocide Trial; With Father and Sister Imprisoned, Exiled Bahraini Activist Maryam Alkhawaja Condemns Ongoing Abuses; Are the FBI and IRS Secretly Reading Your Email Without a Warrant?
Headlines for May 09, 2013; Did Police Negligence & Suspect Ariel Castro's Unpunished Domestic Abuse Prolong Victims' Captivity?; Behind the Cleveland Kidnappings, A Culture of "Toxic Masculinity" & Gender-Based Violence; Chicago Workers Open New Cooperatively Owned Factory Five Years After Republic Windows Occupation; Prosecutors Seek 75-Year Sentence for U.S.-Backed Guatemalan Dictator Ríos Montt in Genocide Trial
Exclusive Video Inside Cooper Union Student Occupation to Protest End of Free Tuition
Eduardo Galeano on Writing, "Historical Amnesia" in Latin America & His Fight Against Cancer
Headlines for May 08, 2013; Pentagon Study Finds 26,000 Military Sexual Assaults Last Year, Over 70 Sex Crimes Per Day; Eduardo Galeano, Chronicler of Latin America's "Open Veins," on His New Book "Children of the Days"
Headlines for May 07, 2013; Robert Fisk on Syria's Civil War, Chemical Weapons "Theater" & Obama's Backing of Israeli Strikes; Mississippi to Execute Willie Manning Tonight After Rejecting DNA Tests & FBI's Admission of Error; "Over the Line": U.S. Agents Shooting Dead Innocent Mexicans Across the Border With Impunity
Headlines for May 06, 2013; Michael Pollan on How Reclaiming Cooking Can Save Our Food System, Make Us Healthy & Grow Democracy
Headlines for May 03, 2013; Assata Shakur in Her Own Words: Rare Recording of Activist Named to FBI Most Wanted Terrorists List; Angela Davis and Assata Shakur's Lawyer Denounce FBI's Adding of Exiled Activist to Terrorists List; As Migrant Toll Mounts, Mexicans Urge Obama to Put Human Rights at Center of Immigration Reform
Headlines for May 02, 2013; As U.S. Moves to Arm Syrian Rebels, Questions Raised About Reports of Chemical Weapons Attack; Punishing Vieques: Puerto Rico Struggles With Contamination 10 Years After Activists Expel U.S. Navy; Rep. José Serrano: Critical Latino Vote Has Changed the Equation in Washington's Immigration Debate