By: Shir Hever
David Sheen divided Israel political parties into their positions on segregation, integration, domination and elimination. He joins us to debate Real News Correspondent Shir Hever on what it really means. The post Will Coming Israeli Elections Change Anything? (Pt 1/2) appeared first on The Real News Network....
By: Shir Hever
David Sheen divided Israel political parties into their positions on segregation, integration, domination and elimination. He joins us to debate Real News Correspondent Shir Hever on what it really means The post Will Coming Israeli Elections Change Anything? (Pt 2/2) appeared first on The Real News Network....
He killed his family with baseball bats when he was 16 years old, but as he approaches 40, the prison sentence of Stephen Virgil McGilberry remains unresolved. The Mississippi Court … Click to Continue »
A Slidell man said he carjacked a seafood company truck, then a car that an elderly couple was driving, because he suffers from opioid and methamphetamine addictions. Roland Webster Lowery, … Click to Continue »
A volunteer’s dedication and love for unwanted animals led to a surprise celebrity visit and thunderous applause at the Humane Society of South Mississippi on Tuesday. Jacob Himes, who’s 26 … Click to Continue »
Mississippi Coast casinos had their best December in 26 years, after legalized sports betting allowed Saints fans across the Gulf Coast to bet on their team this year. The 12 … Click to Continue »
By: Paul Jay
Larry Wilkerson says the US government is raising the danger of nuclear war by spending more than a trillion dollars to upgrade the American nuclear arsenal, with no real objective other than money making – with host Paul Jay The post Risking Total Annihilation for the Sake of Profit –...
By: Eddie Conway
Mumia’s former lawyer Rachel Wolkenstein gives clarity to new events in Mumia Abu-Jamal’s case, whereby Mumia has been granted appeal rights. Mumia’s lawyers argued that Supreme Court Justice Ronald Castille should not have presided over Abu-Jamal’s appeals because of a conflict of interest. Castille was formerly Philadelphia’s district attorney whose...
By: Jaisal Noor
30,000 teachers are on strike for better pay, smaller class size, and for a limit on the expansion for for-profit charter schools The post L.A. Teachers Strike Set to Enter Second Day appeared first on The Real News Network....
The first game isn’t until April 4, but now’s the time to apply if you’d like to be the mascot, a ticket taker or get one of the other seasonal … Click to Continue »
By: Dharna Noor
By Dharna Noor Maryland has issued $10 million in green energy subsidies to Baltimore’s Wheelabrator trash incinerator—the white smokestack off Interstate-95 with red letters that say “Baltimore” down its side—over the past six years, even though it is the city’s largest source of air pollution. A new City Council resolution...
By: Paul Jay
Norman Solomon and Jaqueline Luqman join host Paul Jay to discuss whether the call from Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to primary establishment Democrats weakens the party The post Who’s Afraid of AOC? appeared first on The Real News Network....
By: Ben Norton
Arms manufacturers are trying to rebrand as progressive and feminist, while the corporate media does PR for the military-industrial complex. CODEPINK’s Medea Benjamin warns this pro-arms manufacturer campaign is infiltrating our schools. The post Media Whitewashing the Blood-Soaked US Military-Industrial Complex appeared first on The Real News Network....
By: Ben Norton
Arms manufacturers are trying to re-brand as progressive and feminist, and the corporate media is doing PR for the military-industrial complex. CODEPINK’s Medea Benjamin warns this hawkish campaign is infiltrating our schools The post Weapons Are Now Woke: Media Whitewashing the Blood-Soaked US Military-Industrial Complex appeared first on The Real...
By: Marc Steiner
Congolese Catholic church & 70,000 observers said reformer Fayulu won but the DRC government declared Tshisekedi the winner. The coming weeks will decide if democracy moves ahead The post Congo’s First Election in 49 Years: Has Democracy Won, Or Was It A Quiet Coup? appeared first on The Real News...
A woman on a bicycle died after she was struck from behind by a SUV on Canal Road over the weekend, Sheriff Troy Peterson said. He identified the woman as … Click to Continue »
A Biloxi man whose remains were found in Vancleave had been dead more than five weeks before his body was found off a rural road, an official said. Harold Douglas … Click to Continue »
By: Sharmini Peries
Carmen Yulín Cruz, Mayor of San Juan says Hurricane Maria did not ask Puerto Ricans “ if we were Republicans or Democrats….3,000 people died because one man who had the power to do something about it, did not” The post Puerto Rico: The Perfect Storm appeared first on The Real...