On today’s episode of Double Down, hosts Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert are joined by Mitch Feierstein, author of Planet Ponzi, to discuss Deutsche Bank’s Italian job.
On today'e episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker is joined by Massoud Shadjareh of the Islamic Human Rights Commission.
On this episode of Fault Lines, Garland and Lee discuss President Trumps new highly armed anti-Iranian coalition in the Middle East, General Michael Flynn refuses to cooperate with a Senate Subpoena, and Ford fires their CEO despite massive profits projected for the year.
Trump to little objection sends largest military aid package to repressive Saudi Arabia; Islamophobia in America
On today's BradCast, the latest news on the ever unfolding investigations into Team Trump and on his overseas trip (stories Trump already managed to conflate today), along with big election-related news from the U.S. Supreme Court and a quick preview of this week's upcoming U.S. House special election in the state of Montana.
On today's episode of Fault Lines, Garland and Lee talk about breaking news about disgraced Congressman Anthony Weiner and Wikileaks founder Assange plus they discuss Trump's first foreign trip and immigration enforcement.
US President Trump departs on a visit to the religious centers of Saudi Arabia, Israel, and the Vatican next week on his way to the upcoming NATO and G7 meetings.
FRIDAY: Swedish Prosecutors drop the investigation against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange; and in this final edition of World in Focus, we take a look back at the last year
On this episode of Fault Lines, Garland and Lee discuss the naming of former FBI director Robert Mueller as special counsel in the Trump-Russia collusion investigation, Treasury Secretary Mnuchin announces plans for bank deregulation and other reforms, and Fox News founder and former president Roger Ailes dies at age 77.
On today's show among other things we talk about FFC's decision to do away with the main studio rule.
We begin this week's program by talking about the growing Congolese refugee crisis in Angola.
So who is the "nut job" here? On today's BradCast, Trump appears to have dug himself even deeper into the Obstruction of Justice mire and, speaking of "justice", Attorney General Jeff Sessions rolls back bi-partisan gains on criminal justice reform made during the Obama Era.
On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker is joined by Kevin Zeese, the co-director of Popular Resistance, and Dave Lindorff, a founding member of This Can’t Be Happening.
Former FBI Director Mueller to head the investigation into Trump-Russia claims; officer Shelby found not guilty in Tulsa murder case.
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