The US and Iran are accusing one another of violating the 2015 nuclear deal, officially called the Joint Comprehensive Plan Of Action or JCPOA, and both sides are threatening the other with vague retaliation if they pull out of the agreement.
The autonomous Spanish region of Catalonia plans to hold an independence referendum on 1 October despite vehement opposition from Madrid, in a bold move which threatens to unravel the unity of the decentralized state.
Facebooks vows to work with Congress, FBI; US and DPKR leaders call each other names; Howard Univ students shout down James Comey.
Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan discuss the war of words between President Trump and the North Korean dictator. Later in the program they talk about Middle East Peace, China, Black Lives Matter, and have Missouri Senatorial candidate Austin Petersen on air as a guest.
After roughly two years of court battles, a US Federal Court declared Naruto – a free-living monkey, copyright ownership of the internationally famous ‘monkey selfie’ photographs under the US Copyright Act. This may be the start of a change in the way that we humans view animals and their rights.
We begin this week talking about how Congolese government forces killed at least three dozen rioting Burundian refugees.
On the ground analysis is offered from the Middle East, GOP tries to kill ACA once more, Sanders delivers foreign policy speech.
On today’s episode of Loud & Clear, Pepe Escobar, a writer and political analyst, Prof. Simone Chun, a fellow at the Korea Policy Institute and author and columnist Patrick Lawrence, join the show.
Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan discuss the Graham-Cassidy healthcare bill, talk with a guest in-studio about election reform, delve into DACA, and have Dr. Boz on the air to talk about diabetes.
We are used to treating houses as not only places to live in, but also as assets to invest into. The motto: ‘As safe as houses’ holds sway over our collective consciousness, and many see property as the easiest way to accumulate capital. Is this good or bad for our economies?
On today's BradCast, the "fun" from this week's United Nations General Assembly continues today, with the leaders of both Iran and North Korea pushing back against incendiary comments by the US President. And the "fun" in the US Senate continues as well, as the GOP frantically attempts (again) to repeal 'ObamaCare' at the very last minute.
St. Louis residents continue to take to the streets to protest police murder; political prisoners in US; UN General Assembly Day 3.
Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan discuss Trump’s 'America First' address to the UN, touch on the natural disasters impacting Mexico and Puerto Rico, and go in-depth with guest William Craddick discussing the Atlantic Council.
The recent Category 4 and Category 5 hurricanes that have wreaked havoc in the US and throughout the Caribbean - referred to as Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma respectively, came as yet another reminder of the grievous folly in believing that we, as a species, are in control of the forces of nature.
On today’s episode of Loud & Clear, Lucas Koerner, an activist and journalist for VenezuelaAnalysis.com, political analyst Ajit Singh, and former State Department official turned anti-war activist Ann Wright join the show.
Trump gives meandering and hyper-aggressive UN speech, attacks North Korea, Socialism and Critiques of American exceptionalism.
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