John Pilger investigates the media's role in war, tracing the history of 'embedded' and independent reporting from the carnage of the First World War through to the destruction of Hiroshima, the invasion of Vietnam and the current wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Bill Maher recaps the top stories of the week, including Trump's feud with hurricanes and Paul Manafort's plea deal. Former U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry discusses President Trump's war on truth and his new memoir, "Every Day Is Extra".USA Facts founder and LA Clippers Chairman Steve Ballmer discusses his initiative to paint a data-driven portrait of America.
Bill's guests tonight: Comedy icon & "Kidding" star Jim Carrey; CNN Sr. Political commentator David Axelrod; New York Times columnist Michelle Goldberg; Ex-U.S. Representative Charlie Dent (R-PA); "Active Measures" documentary director Jack Bryan.
Bill’s guests tonight: John Brennan, Ex-CIA Director David Corn, "Russian Roulette" Author Kara Swisher, Recode Editor-At-Large Rick Wilson, "Everything Trump Touches Dies" Author Saru Jayaraman, Restaurant Worker Advocate * * * Monologue: Orange Tuesday Bill recaps the top stories of the week, including more bad news for the Trump crime [...]
Bill Maher recaps the top stories of the week, including a new wave of reality show drama in the White House. Bill's guests tonight: "Stay Tuned with Preet" Podcast host Preet Bharara; Ex-Governor of Michigan Jennifer Granholm; "Adam Ruins Everything" star Adam Conover; Weekly Standard Contributing Editor Charlie Sykes; Axios Politics Reporter Jonathan Swan
This film tells the story of Bill Cosby's rise to fame, fall from grace, and the allegations concerning the rape and assault charges.
Counterterrorism expert Malcolm Nance and historian Nancy MacLean are the interview guests. The panelists are political analyst Kristen Soltis Anderson, columnist Charles Blow and political analyst Steve Schmidt.
PHNOM PENH—The spectacle of the Americans being evacuated from Cambodia—with helicopters dropping from the skies and stony-faced Marines armed to the teeth protecting the Embassy evacuees from nothing—is perhaps a fair epitaph for American policy in Indochina, or at least in Cambodia.
Three decades after Roe v. Wade, abortion is still the hottest button in American society; scientific advances, from pre-natal testing to stem-cell research, have only raised the temperature. Cold logic, the author argues, requires us to accept the tragic conflict between potential humans and existing ones.
"...I have, gradually, come to think that there is something truly admirable in a country that codifies the responsibility for self defense. Pity it doesn't make use of it."
Instead of marveling at the number of books, articles, and documentaries he produced, some of Christopher Hitchens' friends muttered about the quantity of booze he drank. Now medical science backs his long-held belief that booze is a subtle weapon. Plus: Hitch’s tips on drinking right.
Articolo di Oriana Fallaci, apparso sul quotidiano Il Corriere della Sera il 29 settembre 2001 in seguito all'attacco alle Torri Gemelle dell'11 settembre 2001
È a New York da dieci giorni, è venuto per il festival cinematografico, vi davano due dei suoi film. Sono proprio curiosa di saper se l’America piace a questo marxista convinto, a questo cristiano arrabbiato, insomma a Pasolini.
Nel luglio 1943 la caduta di Mussolini e il crollo del regime che aveva tenuto in pugno l'Italia per 21 anni rappresentarono per molti italiani la fine di un incubo. Per altri, cresciuti nel mito dell'Impero e del «genio italico», fu una tragedia.
Thousands of meatpacking workers suffer crippling injuries each year. A special report from inside the nation's slaughterhouses.
“Wealthy Farmer, Three of Family Slain: H.W. Clutter, Wife and Two Children Are Found Shot in Kansas Home.” The UPI dispatch below this headline, buried in the back pages of the November 15, 1959, New York Times,had an electrifying effect on novelist Truman Capote.