Amy Goodman

Sen. Sanders: Supreme Court Undermines Democracy By Allowing Billionaires To Buy Elections
Sen. Bernie Sanders discusses the latest disastrous ruling to come out of the Supreme Court, giving the likes of the Koch brothers even more power to buy our elections. Read more...
Iraq War Vet Whose Skull Was Fractured By Oakland Cops During Occupy Protest Settles For $4.5M
After he was struck with a lead-filled bean bag fired by a police officer from 20 feet away on Oct. 25, 2011, Scott Olsen, who was 24 at the time, suffered a skull fracture and permanent brain damage. Read more...
Dog Whistle Politics: How The Use Of Coded Racial Appeals Have Helped Wreck The Middle Class
Democracy Now's Amy Goodman and author Ian Haney López take the viewers through the GOP's long history of using racist dog whistles to get people to vote against their own economic interests. Read more...
Tales Of Love And Gratitude From The Past Decade
The first StoryCorps recording booth opened in 2003 in New York City’s Grand Central Terminal. Read more...
David Cay Johnston: Budget Deal Helps Billionaires, Not The Poor
Johnston: "There is a war going on in this country, and it’s on the poor." Read more...

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JP Morgan Settlement May Be Closer To $9 Billion After Tax Deductions
After all of that wailing about how unfair this $13 billion settlement is for poor downtrodden JP Morgan Chase, we find out it's likely to be a whole lot lower. Read more...
"Who is actually looking out for the American worker? The answer is nobody. Workers don’t have a power if they don’t have a voice." Read more...
The New York Times has revealed the Drug Enforcement Administration has an even more extensive collection of U.S. phone records than the National Security Agency. Read more...
One day after a military judge handed down a 35-year sentence for leaking classified U.S. files to WikiLeaks, Bradley Manning announced a gender transition to female under the name Chelsea Manning. Read more...
In a statement, the White House now says it is "concerned and disappointed" by Shaye’s release. "We should let that statement set in: The White House is saying that they are disappointed and concerned that a Yemeni journalist has been released from a Yemeni prison," says Jeremy Scahill, national security correspondent for The Nation, who covers Shaye’s case in "Dirty Wars," his new book and film by the same name. " Read more...