Rwanda 20 Years Later: Genocide, Western Plunder of Congo, and President Kagame
Twenty years after the Rwandan genocide, survivor & activist Claude Gatebuke and filmmaker Andre Vltchek discuss what was really behind America’s decision not to intervene, and its ongoing support for Rwandan President Paul Kagame.
Ukrainian Protesters in the East Demand More Autonomy From Kiev Government
Nicolai Petro: The eastern part of the country feels like it does not have a voice in politics, and secession is only last resort for most of the protesters.
Workers at Nation’s Top Hospital Strike For Fair Wages
The Real News goes to the picket lines as Johns Hopkins Hospital workers launch a three-day strike for living wages.
Supreme Court Ruling Gives Wealthy Greater Influence Over Elections
Common Cause Maryland’s Jennifer Bevan-Dangle argues the 1% are the beneficiaries of the McCutcheon decision
UN Report Says Climate Climate Will Threaten Food Production Worldwide
Climate change scientist Michael Mann discusses the most significant findings in the second installment of the IPCC report and how some climate change deniers are already attempting to discredit its conclusions
Oligarchs, Fascists and the Protests in Ukraine
Derek Monroe says the Ukrainian far-right, with the backing of local oligarchs, the US and the EU, hijacked popular protests against corruption.