To understand why inequality has grown, and why the wealth and power of the nation belong in the hands of a small set of elites, do we have to re-evaluate our belief in meritocracy?
RT’s Jenny Churchill and Independent Journalist Rania Khalek join happy hour to talk about a supervisor who was bullied on a school bus, sex offenders in Louisiana being required to put their status as a sex offender on Facebook...
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul has decided to add on an amendment to the Flood Insurance Bill which would state that "life begins at the moment of conception." The amendment seeks to completely prohibit abortion.
Tonight's tool time award goes to Verizon for trying to control the flow of information online. They've already sued to try to stop the implementation of net neutrality, and despite the fact their lawsuit failed...
The lack of meaningful financial regulation appears to have claimed another scalp this week, as Iowa based commodity trader PFGBest is accused of losing over $200 million in customer money.
Well the situation in Syria continues to develop after yesterday's suicide bombing in which three of Assad's top security chiefs were killed.
Democratic Senator, and head of the Senate Intelligence Committee Diane Feinstein is meeting today to craft legislation to address the leaks of classified information.
As the LIBOR crime probe starts in the UK, what did we learn this week about the way it has been and will be handled here in the US, especially looking at Tim Geithner's testimony?
Over the last three days, twenty-seven people were killed in Pakistan by U.S. drone strikes.
The historic recall election in Wisconsin has come and gone and just about everyone was talking about the role money played in this election.
Yesterday, Johnson & Johnson became the nineteenth company to withdraw funding from the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) in recent weeks.
The House Judiciary Committee approved a reauthorization of the FISA Amendments Act, which gives the government broad powers to spy on the communications of Americans as long as one of the parties is reasonably believed to be outside the U.S.
Virginia plans to work with the prison company GEO, to keep certain offenders detained, even after their sentence has ended. The company's working to acquire a contract with the state to run the Virginia Center for Behavioral Rehabilitation, or V-C-B-R.
Well, it's only Monday, but as usual, there's plenty to talk about. Today we'll focus more on foreign policy, and of course, the drug war, as Enrique Pena Nieto claims the victory in the Mexican elections.
NSA Chief Keith Alexander told Congress that the U.S. economy stands to lose $388 billion if it fails to prevent cyber attacks and piracy, and said his agency should be given additional powers to prevent this.
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