Foreign correspondent Reese Erlich explores the turbulent recent history between the US and Iran and reveals how it has led to a misguided showdown over nuclear technology.
With a new Supreme Court session beginning soon, we take a fresh look at the central role the Supreme Court has taken in the country's political -- and policy -- processes. It's not a pretty picture. And then there's that Brett Kavanaugh thing.
Employees at McDonald’s franchises in 10 US cities say they are walking off the job around lunchtime Tuesday to pressure the company to address the problem. The walkout is significant, since it represents the first labor strike to target a US company in connection to #MeToo.
What that belt of swirling storms girdling the planet’s midsection says is that the climate is not changing; it’s that the climate has changed.
Journalist and book author Reese Erlich returns to Other Voices TV with an up to date analysis of the volatile Middle East.
We believe that the government has a moral responsibility to provide for the vulnerable — the children, the elderly, the sick and the disabled. But we do not believe that taxpayers should have to expend huge sums of money subsidizing profitable corporations owned by some of the wealthiest people in...
California is effectively acting as a testbed for what’s technically achievable, providing a massive market for the rollout of clean-energy technologies.
“Our government systematically favors the rich over the poor, the donor class over the working class, the well-connected over the disconnected. This is deliberate, and we need to call it for what it is — corruption, plain and simple.”