There has never been a president like Trump: his all-caps tweets; his total lack of human empathy; his bragging and boasting; his childish point-scoring; his narcissism.
Hundreds of millions of Muslims live in democracies of some shape or form, yet a narrative persists — particularly in the west — that Islam and democracy are incompatible.
Donald Trump says the U.S. “will never be a socialist country,” yet polls suggest the popularity of socialism is on the rise.
Scholar George Ciccariello-Maher and journalists Kim Ives, Jon Schwarz, and Sharif Abdel Kouddous are this week’s guests.
Venezuela's Vice Foreign Minister Carlos Ron, former U.N. rapporteur Alfred de Zayas, and journalist Sam Husseini are this week's guests.
Historian Vijay Prashad and The Intercept's Peter Maass are this week’s podcast guests. Plus, we hear excerpts from a play by Tina Satter about Reality Winner.
After new evidence comes to light, we look back at the investigation into the murder of Donna Brown and share some information about key players.
New evidence that could change Devonia Inman’s fate comes to light — something the cops should have known about all along.
When DNA evidence comes back as a match to Hercules Brown, will it be enough to absolve another man accused of murder?