The situation in Syria only continues to deteriorate. The Red Cross has now officially labeled the conflict as a civil war.
Bradley Manning has already spent 765 days behind bars but at Fort Meade yesterday a one day pre-trail hearing for Manning brought about some new positive developments. Kristine discusses with Kevin Gosztola, civil liberties blogger for Firedoglake.
The New York Times today put out a report that affirmed that it was in fact the US, working with Israel, who developed the Stuxnet virus that attacked Iran's main nuclear enrichment facilities.
Senator Dianne Feinstein, who's been leading the charge in going after the White House for leaks is back on the Wikileaks attack. She wrote a letter to the Sydney Morning Herald.
Comedian Baratunde Thurston, author of the book, “How To Be Black” and founder of Cultivated Wit and Elon James White the host of This Week In Blackness join Alyona at Netroots Nation to discuss the President, poverty and race in America.
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.
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.
Conservative shock jock Michael Savage reveres the Supreme Court. Except when he disagrees with its rulings. Then he attacks the court, like he did after it ruled the Affordable Care Act is constitutional.
That's what our guest tonight argues in his latest book, by traveling to, and documenting life and the destruction of it in so called, "sacrifice zones". This includes the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota; the city of Camden, N.J.;
Tonight we give our tool time award to Senator Patrick Leahy the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee for being to buddy buddy with Hollywood... and putting forth legislation to oppress the internet so Hollywood would make more money.
We'll talk about what's being called the Startup Act 2.0 that's been introduced in the Senate. Then, tomorrow we'll finally see the battle in Wisconsin come to a head as voters take the polls to decide Scott Walker's fate.
Last week, we finally saw testimony on Capitol Hill surrounding the investigation into abuse at the Dawood Military Hospital in Afghanistan. Some military officials called the conditions Aushwitz-like.
New York City's Mayor Bloomberg has announced that he has a new proposal to fight the constant battle with obesity, by banning the sales of large sugary drinks and sodas.
Today was let's pander to the black vote day. And with Romney's NAACP speech the media was all over it. But we point out a development in the Stop and Frisk saga and ask why the media is so keen to ignore this explosive racial issue.
This Monday, Twitter released it's first ever transparency report. It revealed that just in the first six months of 2012, they've received more demands from governments for user data, than all of last year.
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