Democracy Now's Amy Goodman's web only interview with Rolling Stone's Matt Taibbi on his recent article "Forget What We Know Now: We Knew Then Iraq War Was a Joke."
Democracy Now: The Nation magazine, the oldest news magazine in the United States, is celebrating its 150th anniversary this year.
The Intercept's Jeremy Scahill calls out the "circus of hypocrisy" from the heads of state marching in France who have their own wars against journalists.
A human rights group in Berlin, Germany, has filed a criminal complaint against the architects of the Bush administration’s torture program.
Author and activist Naomi Klein argues that climate change deniers have a better grasp of the political implications for the radical change needed to address the problem than many green groups downplay, especially those she calls "big, slick centrist green groups".
Naomi Klein argues somewhat counter-intuitively in her new book. "This Changes Everything" that the Climate Change deniers have a better grasp on "the political implications of the science" --as opposed to the science itself, which they're wrong about -- and "of what it means to how we need to change our economy and what the role of the public sphere is and the role of collective action is, better than some of those sort of big, slick, centrist green groups that are constantly trying to sell climate action as something entirely reconcilable with a booming capitalist economy."
If President Obama is such an awful leader, how the hell has he accomplished miracles?
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.
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.
The stakes in Ukraine couldn't be higher for world peace and also for humanity. But you won't hear that story from mainstream media.