After Texas Court Blocks Execution, Rodney Reed Has a Chance to Prove His Innocence in 1996 Murder

In a stunning decision handed down Friday, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals halted the execution of Rodney Reed, an African-American death row prisoner who was scheduled to be executed on Wednesday for a murder he says he did not commit. The appeals court ordered a review of the case to examine claims of prosecutorial … Continue reading “After Texas Court Blocks Execution, Rodney Reed Has a Chance to Prove His Innocence in 1996 Murder”

Massacre in Cochabamba: Anti-Indigenous Violence Escalates as Mass Protests Denounce Coup in Bolivia

In Bolivia, at least 23 people have died amid escalating violence since President Evo Morales, the country’s first indigenous president, resigned at the demand of the military last week. Growing unrest quickly turned to violent chaos on Friday outside Cochabamba when military forces opened fire on indigenous pro-Morales demonstrators, killing at least nine people and … Continue reading “Massacre in Cochabamba: Anti-Indigenous Violence Escalates as Mass Protests Denounce Coup in Bolivia”

Leaked Cables Show Depth of Iranian Influence in Iraq After U.S. Invasion “Shattered” the Country

An unprecedented leak of secret intelligence reports from inside the Iranian government has shed new light on how Iran has taken control of much of the Iraqi government in the wake of the 2003 U.S. invasion. The documents from Iran’s Ministry of Intelligence and Security were leaked to The Intercept, which then partnered with The … Continue reading “Leaked Cables Show Depth of Iranian Influence in Iraq After U.S. Invasion “Shattered” the Country”

Justice for Rodney Reed: Millions Urge Texas to Halt Execution Amid New Evidence of His Innocence

The Supreme Court considers Friday whether to take up the case of Rodney Reed, an African-American death row prisoner in Texas who is scheduled to be executed in less than a week for a murder he says he did not commit. On Thursday, Reed’s family braved the cold to camp outside the Supreme Court for … Continue reading “Justice for Rodney Reed: Millions Urge Texas to Halt Execution Amid New Evidence of His Innocence”

Sen. Cory Booker on Environmental Justice, Nuclear Power & “Savage Racial Disparities” in the U.S.

The first-ever Presidential Forum on Environmental Justice, co-moderated by Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman and former EPA official Mustafa Santiago Ali, was held last Friday at South Carolina State University in Orangeburg. Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey was one of six Democratic candidates to share his plans to confront environmental injustices and the climate … Continue reading “Sen. Cory Booker on Environmental Justice, Nuclear Power & “Savage Racial Disparities” in the U.S.”

“This Is My Home”: Meet the Lead Plaintiff in the Supreme Court Case to Save DACA

On Tuesday, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments from three lawsuits demanding the Trump administration preserve Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA. The Obama-era program has granted protection from deportation and a work permit to at least 700,000 undocumented people who were brought to the United States as children. The court’s conservative majority appeared … Continue reading ““This Is My Home”: Meet the Lead Plaintiff in the Supreme Court Case to Save DACA”

CodePink Founder Medea Benjamin Threatened with Arrest After Protesting U.S. Foreign Interventions

CodePink co-founder and longtime peace activist Medea Benjamin was threatened with arrest in Washington, D.C., Wednesday and accused of assaulting a sitting congressmember after being forcibly removed from a press conference for opposing the U.S.-backed coup and U.S. sanctions in Venezuela. Benjamin vehemently denies the accusations and says she was in fact the one assaulted … Continue reading “CodePink Founder Medea Benjamin Threatened with Arrest After Protesting U.S. Foreign Interventions”

Chilean Activist: Same Elites Who Caused Social Crisis Can’t Be Trusted to Write New Constitution

In Chile, protesters led a massive national strike Tuesday as they condemned the government’s plans to rewrite the country’s Constitution, which dates back to Augusto Pinochet’s military regime. Chile’s interior minister announced Sunday the government would draft a new constitution that Congress would then rewrite and put to a public referendum. But protesters say the … Continue reading “Chilean Activist: Same Elites Who Caused Social Crisis Can’t Be Trusted to Write New Constitution”

“This Is Unacceptable”: Ex-Congresswoman Who Voted to Impeach Nixon Says Trump Is a Rogue President

The public phase of the impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump began Wednesday, with testimonies from two witnesses: George Kent, a deputy assistant secretary of state, and William Taylor, a former ambassador and the top U.S. diplomat in Ukraine. The hearing brought forth new details about a previously unknown phone call in July between President Trump … Continue reading ““This Is Unacceptable”: Ex-Congresswoman Who Voted to Impeach Nixon Says Trump Is a Rogue President”

In First Public Impeachment Hearing, Trump Implicated in Effort to Pressure Ukraine to Probe Bidens

The first public hearing of the impeachment inquiry into President Trump was held Wednesday. Trump is just the fourth president in U.S. history to face impeachment. Two witnesses testified before the House Intelligence Committee: George Kent, a deputy assistant secretary of state, and William Taylor, a former ambassador and the top U.S. diplomat in Ukraine. … Continue reading “In First Public Impeachment Hearing, Trump Implicated in Effort to Pressure Ukraine to Probe Bidens”

A Coup? A Debate on the Political Crisis in Bolivia That Led to Evo Morales’s Resignation

In Bolivia, right-wing Senator Jeanine Áñez declared herself president Tuesday night despite a lack of quorum in Congress, amid a deepening political crisis in the country. Evo Morales, Bolivia’s first indigenous president, left the country Monday after being granted asylum in Mexico. Morales announced his resignation Sunday shortly after the Bolivian military took to the … Continue reading “A Coup? A Debate on the Political Crisis in Bolivia That Led to Evo Morales’s Resignation”

Bill Moyers on Impeachment: All Presidents Lie, But Trump Has Created a Culture of Lying

We continue our conversation with legendary journalist Bill Moyers, who covered impeachment proceedings against Presidents Nixon and Clinton. The first televised impeachment hearings into President Trump begin today. Moyers says the current administration and the media have created a “culture of lying” that goes beyond what other presidents have done. “All presidents lie. It’s a … Continue reading “Bill Moyers on Impeachment: All Presidents Lie, But Trump Has Created a Culture of Lying”

Democracy on Trial: Bill Moyers on Impeachment Inquiry & Why PBS Should Air Hearings in Primetime

Televised impeachment hearings begin today in the inquiry into whether President Trump withheld military aid from Ukraine to pressure the Ukrainian president to investigate his political rivals. Two witnesses are testifying today before the House Intelligence Committee: George Kent, a deputy assistant secretary of state, and William Taylor, a former ambassador and the top U.S. … Continue reading “Democracy on Trial: Bill Moyers on Impeachment Inquiry & Why PBS Should Air Hearings in Primetime”

“Seattle Is Not For Sale”: Voters Rebuke Amazon, Re-electing Socialist Kshama Sawant

In Seattle, Socialist City Councilmember Kshama Sawant has been re-elected in a race that pitted her against Amazon — Seattle’s largest private employer and one of the most powerful companies in the world. Overall, Amazon poured $1.5 million into Seattle’s City Council election and backed Sawant’s opponent, Egan Orion, with nearly half a million dollars. … Continue reading ““Seattle Is Not For Sale”: Voters Rebuke Amazon, Re-electing Socialist Kshama Sawant”

Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Environmental Justice, Shutting Down Pipelines, Capitalism & Billionaires

Six 2020 presidential candidates — Senators Elizabeth Warren and Cory Booker, and Tom Steyer, Marianne Williamson, John Delaney and Joe Sestak — participated in the first-ever Presidential Forum on Environmental Justice in Orangeburg, South Carolina, on November 8. Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman and former EPA official Mustafa Santiago Ali co-moderated the event, which took … Continue reading “Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Environmental Justice, Shutting Down Pipelines, Capitalism & Billionaires”

“This Is a Military Coup”: Bolivian President Evo Morales Resigns After Army Calls for His Ouster

Bolivia is in a state of political crisis after longtime President Evo Morales resigned Sunday following what he described as a military coup. Weeks of protests have taken place since a disputed election last month. Morales announced his resignation in a televised address Sunday, shortly after the Bolivian military took to the airwaves to call … Continue reading ““This Is a Military Coup”: Bolivian President Evo Morales Resigns After Army Calls for His Ouster”

Remembering the 1968 Orangeburg Massacre When Police Shot Dead Three Unarmed Black Students

The 1968 Orangeburg massacre is one of the most violent and least remembered events of the civil rights movement. A crowd of students gathered on the campus of South Carolina State University to protest segregation at Orangeburg’s only bowling alley. After days of escalating tensions, students started a bonfire and held a vigil on the … Continue reading “Remembering the 1968 Orangeburg Massacre When Police Shot Dead Three Unarmed Black Students”

“We Can’t Afford to Wait for the DNC”: Why Black Lawmakers Organized an Environmental Justice Forum

The first-ever Presidential Forum on Environmental Justice takes place tonight in Orangeburg, South Carolina, where six presidential candidates will take to the stage at South Carolina State University. African-American communities and people of color on the frontlines in South Carolina have been fighting for justice in the face of extreme environmental racism for years. We … Continue reading ““We Can’t Afford to Wait for the DNC”: Why Black Lawmakers Organized an Environmental Justice Forum”

Warren, Booker & Steyer to Take Part in First-Ever Presidential Forum on Environmental Justice

We broadcast live from South Carolina State University in Orangeburg, where tonight the first-ever Presidential Forum on Environmental Justice will be held. Six presidential candidates — Senators Elizabeth Warren and Cory Booker, Tom Steyer, Marianne Williamson, John Delaney and Joe Sestak — are participating. The forum is hosted by the National Black Caucus of State … Continue reading “Warren, Booker & Steyer to Take Part in First-Ever Presidential Forum on Environmental Justice”

“The Pollinators”: New Film Shows How Decline of Bee Colonies Could Mean Collapse of Food Chain

A documentary film “The Pollinators” tells the story of the world’s yellow-black jacketed honey bees, whose existence may determine the future of human survival. The insects pollinate nearly all the fruits, vegetables and nuts we consume, and some experts estimate one out of every three bites of food we eat depends on the work of … Continue reading ““The Pollinators”: New Film Shows How Decline of Bee Colonies Could Mean Collapse of Food Chain”

Ex-Twitter Workers Charged with Spying for Saudis as part of Kingdom’s Growing Crackdown on Dissent

The U.S. Department of Justice has charged two former Twitter employees with helping Saudi Arabia spy on thousands of the kingdom’s critics. Ali Alzabarah and Ahmad Abouammo are accused of giving the Saudi government detailed information about users, including telephone numbers and email addresses linked to the accounts, as well as internet protocol addresses that … Continue reading “Ex-Twitter Workers Charged with Spying for Saudis as part of Kingdom’s Growing Crackdown on Dissent”

Algerian Protesters Are Still in the Streets, Months After Pushing Out Longtime President Bouteflika

In Algeria, protests against corruption, the jailing of opposition leaders and the army’s powerful role in national politics have entered their ninth month. Tens of thousands filled the streets of the capital Algiers last Friday to mark the 65th anniversary of the war of independence from France and to demand a “new revolution” rather than … Continue reading “Algerian Protesters Are Still in the Streets, Months After Pushing Out Longtime President Bouteflika”

Dems Win Big on Election Day, Flipping Virginia Legislature & Ousting Trump-Backed Kentucky Gov.

Results are coming in after Tuesday’s elections, with major wins for Democrats in several crucial states. In Virginia, the party gained control of both legislative houses for the first time in 25 years. In Kentucky, Democratic challenger state Attorney General Andy Beshear has ousted Trump-backed Republican incumbent Matt Bevin in a tightly contested run for … Continue reading “Dems Win Big on Election Day, Flipping Virginia Legislature & Ousting Trump-Backed Kentucky Gov.”

Is Texas About to Execute an Innocent Man? Rodney Reed’s Family Demands Retrial Amid New Evidence

The state of Texas is facing growing calls to halt the upcoming execution of Rodney Reed, an African-American man who has spent over 20 years on death row for a rape and murder he says he did not commit. A group of 26 Texas lawmakers — including both Democrats and Republicans — have written a … Continue reading “Is Texas About to Execute an Innocent Man? Rodney Reed’s Family Demands Retrial Amid New Evidence”

Colorado Has One of the Highest Voter Turnouts in the Country. Here’s How They Did It

As local elections take place nationwide, voters in Colorado are enjoying greater access to the ballot than ever as the state’s vote-by-mail system allows residents to bypass long lines at polling places. The state also has voting measures which include automatic voter registration with driver’s license services, an extension of the vote to parolees, and … Continue reading “Colorado Has One of the Highest Voter Turnouts in the Country. Here’s How They Did It”

NYC Voters to Decide Today to Adopt Ranked-Choice Voting in Municipal Elections

Voters across the U.S. head to the polls today for statewide elections that will be seen as a measure of Donald Trump’s influence in the Republican Party as he faces an impeachment inquiry. In New York City, a major ballot measure could change the way voters select their candidates in future elections. New Yorkers will … Continue reading “NYC Voters to Decide Today to Adopt Ranked-Choice Voting in Municipal Elections”

“Release My Mother”: A Yale Student Fights to Halt Deportation of His Mother with Stage IV Cancer

Tania Romero, an undocumented mother from Honduras and survivor of stage IV cancer, is fighting to remain in the United States with her four children. Two months ago, Romero was imprisoned by Immigration and Customs Enforcement at the privately owned Irwin County Detention Center in Georgia, interrupting her life-saving medical treatments. In mid-August, Romero was … Continue reading ““Release My Mother”: A Yale Student Fights to Halt Deportation of His Mother with Stage IV Cancer”

Bill McKibben on U.S. Withdrawal from Paris Accord, California Fires, Climate Refugees & More

The Trump administration notified the United Nations Monday that it would withdraw the U.S. from the historic Paris climate agreement, starting a year-long process to leave the international pact to fight the climate crisis. The United States — the world’s largest historic greenhouse gas emitter — will become the only country outside the accord. Trump’s … Continue reading “Bill McKibben on U.S. Withdrawal from Paris Accord, California Fires, Climate Refugees & More”

Remembering the Greensboro Massacre of 1979, When KKK & Nazis Killed 5 People in Broad Daylight

Hundreds gathered this weekend to mark the 40th anniversary of the Greensboro massacre, when 40 Ku Klux Klansmen and American Nazis opened fire on an anti-Klan demonstration in Greensboro, North Carolina, killing five anti-racist activists in a span of 88 seconds. Those killed were members of the Communist Workers’ Party. Ten other activists were injured. … Continue reading “Remembering the Greensboro Massacre of 1979, When KKK & Nazis Killed 5 People in Broad Daylight”

Pushed Out, Attacked & Criminalized: San Francisco’s Unhoused People Speak out Amid Housing Crisis

Amid skyrocketing housing prices and rising inequality, the number of unhoused people across California is booming. Homelessness in San Francisco has spiked at least 30% since 2017. In Oakland, it’s grown by nearly 50%. As more people have been forced onto the streets, encampments have popped up from Los Angeles to the Bay Area and … Continue reading “Pushed Out, Attacked & Criminalized: San Francisco’s Unhoused People Speak out Amid Housing Crisis”

Emboldened by Bolsonaro, Illegal Loggers in Amazon Kill Indigenous Leader Paulo Paulino Guajajara

An indigenous forest protector named Paulo Paulino Guajajara was shot dead in the Amazon by illegal loggers on Saturday. It is the latest incident in a wave of violence targeting indigenous land protectors since the election of Brazil’s far-right President Jair Bolsonaro last year. Guajajara was killed when he and another forest protector were ambushed … Continue reading “Emboldened by Bolsonaro, Illegal Loggers in Amazon Kill Indigenous Leader Paulo Paulino Guajajara”

Five Indigenous Leaders Massacred in Colombia; New Wave of Violence Feared as 2,500 Troops Deployed

The massacre of five Indigenous leaders in Colombia has shocked the country. The killings took place in the southwestern region of Cauca. Among the victims was Cristina Bautista, the leader of the semi-autonomous Indigenous reservation of Nasa Tacueyó. Four of the community’s unarmed guards were also killed, while six others were wounded. A group of … Continue reading “Five Indigenous Leaders Massacred in Colombia; New Wave of Violence Feared as 2,500 Troops Deployed”

“It Was Necessary”: Gambian Beauty Queen Returns Home to Testify About Rape By Former Dictator

In Gambia, a former beauty queen who says the president raped her when she was 18 years old has testified before a public truth and reconciliation commission that is investigating the atrocities of former president Yahya Jammeh. Fatou “Toufah” Jallow has become a leading voice against the former president, who ruled the West African country … Continue reading ““It Was Necessary”: Gambian Beauty Queen Returns Home to Testify About Rape By Former Dictator”

Chicago Teachers and UAW Members Show That Labor Movement Is Back After “Decades of Concessions”

The end of the Chicago teachers’ strike comes amid a wave of labor movements, including the longest United Auto Workers strike in almost 50 years. We speak with labor journalist Sarah Jaffe about the historical importance of unions, the rise of worker participation in strike actions and the significance of the Labour Party’s organizing in … Continue reading “Chicago Teachers and UAW Members Show That Labor Movement Is Back After “Decades of Concessions””

“This Is a Win for Our City”: Chicago Teachers Celebrate End of Historic Strike After 11 Days

Teachers in Chicago are heading back to school Friday, marking the end of a historic eleven-day strike that had shut down the nation’s third-largest school district. After weeks of tense negotiations, the city agreed to reduce class sizes, increase salaries by 16 percent over the next 5 years and bring on hundreds more social workers, … Continue reading ““This Is a Win for Our City”: Chicago Teachers Celebrate End of Historic Strike After 11 Days”

Ro Khanna Condemns GOP For Attacking Civil Servants to Shield Trump As House Votes on Impeachment

The House of Representatives is holding a historic vote today to formalize the impeachment process against President Trump. The probe centers on whether Trump withheld military aid to Ukraine to pressure Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate Trump’s political rival Joe Biden and his son, Hunter, who served on the board of Burisma Holdings, a … Continue reading “Ro Khanna Condemns GOP For Attacking Civil Servants to Shield Trump As House Votes on Impeachment”

As Rich Hire Private Firefighters, Housekeepers Go to Work in Fire Zone & Prisoners Fight CA Blazes

As climate-fueled fires rage across California, we look at how the blazes are disproportionately affecting some of the state’s most vulnerable communities. As a growing number of wealthy homeowners hire private firefighters to protect their properties for up to $3,000 per day, domestic workers and gardeners who tend to some of the most opulent homes … Continue reading “As Rich Hire Private Firefighters, Housekeepers Go to Work in Fire Zone & Prisoners Fight CA Blazes”

As California Burns Again, Rep. Ro Khanna Calls for PG&E to Become Publicly Owned Utility

Extreme winds of up to 60 miles per hour caused new fires to erupt across southern California Wednesday, prompting tens of thousands to evacuate. The blazes are just the latest in a spate of climate change-fueled fires threatening the state. In Northern California, firefighters have finally beat back the Sonoma County Kincade Fire that had … Continue reading “As California Burns Again, Rep. Ro Khanna Calls for PG&E to Become Publicly Owned Utility”

New Study: 300 Million Face Severe Risk of Climate-Fueled Coastal Flooding by 2050

As a shocking new report finds that many coastal cities will be flooded by rising sea levels by 2050, Chile’s President Sebastián Piñera announced Wednesday that the U.N. Climate Summit in Santiago has been canceled. Anti-inequality protests have entered their third week in the country with protesters calling for the Piñera government to resign. The … Continue reading “New Study: 300 Million Face Severe Risk of Climate-Fueled Coastal Flooding by 2050”

Who Burned the Bronx? PBS Film “Decade of Fire” Investigates 1970s Fires That Displaced Thousands

The new documentary “Decade of Fire” looks back at the history of a crisis that unfolded in New York City in the 1970s, when the South Bronx faced a near-constant barrage of fires that displaced almost a quarter million people and devastated an entire community. Co-directors and producers Vivian Vázquez Irizarry and Gretchen Hildebran tell … Continue reading “Who Burned the Bronx? PBS Film “Decade of Fire” Investigates 1970s Fires That Displaced Thousands”

Chesa Boudin, Son of 1960s Radicals, Runs for San Francisco DA on Criminal Justice Reform Platform

Chesa Boudin is running for San Francisco district attorney as the latest candidate in a wave of decarceral prosecutors running for office across the United States. Bernie Sanders and other leading progressives have endorsed Boudin, who is a public defender and the child of Weather Underground activists Kathy Boudin and David Gilbert. His parents were … Continue reading “Chesa Boudin, Son of 1960s Radicals, Runs for San Francisco DA on Criminal Justice Reform Platform”

Lebanon’s Prime Minister Hariri Resigns, But Protests and Demands For a New Government Continue

Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri announced the resignation of his government on Tuesday following nearly two weeks of nationwide anti-government protests. In a televised address, al-Hariri said he had hit a “dead end” in resolving the crisis. Demonstrators “were congratulating each other while at the same time acknowledging that the struggle is very long,” says … Continue reading “Lebanon’s Prime Minister Hariri Resigns, But Protests and Demands For a New Government Continue”

Protests in Chile Were Sparked By a Subway Fare Hike, But Come After “30 Years of a Social Crisis”

In Chile, a new set of mass protests took place Monday as President Sebastián Piñera fulfilled the promise to appoint new members to his cabinet. As Piñera addressed the nation Monday, hundreds of protesters had already gathered outside the presidential palace in Santiago, waving flags, honking horns and demanding for Piñera’s resignation. The reshuffling of … Continue reading “Protests in Chile Were Sparked By a Subway Fare Hike, But Come After “30 Years of a Social Crisis””

As Death Toll Tops 220, Iraqi Protesters Stay in Streets Calling For End to Corrupt Government

In Iraq, masked gunmen shot dead 18 protesters overnight and injured more than 800 people in the Shiite holy city of Karbala on Monday. Nearly 225 Iraqis have been killed since a wave of anti-government protests swept the country last month. The protesters in Karbala were attacked while they camped out in the city’s Education … Continue reading “As Death Toll Tops 220, Iraqi Protesters Stay in Streets Calling For End to Corrupt Government”

Fueled by Climate Change, California’s Raging Wildfires Are Threatening Vulnerable Communities First

California is bracing for a day of strong winds as climate change-fueled wildfires continue to burn from Los Angeles to north of the Bay Area. After a chaotic weekend of mass evacuations and blackouts that left millions in the dark, firefighters in Sonoma, California, made headway Monday, containing 15% of the massive Kincade fire that … Continue reading “Fueled by Climate Change, California’s Raging Wildfires Are Threatening Vulnerable Communities First”

One Million Take to Streets of Chile in the “Largest Mobilization Since the End of Dictatorship”

Chilean President Sebastián Piñera has announced a major cabinet shuffle after more than one million people flooded the streets Friday in massive peaceful demonstrations over inequality, high cost of living and privatization. The protest drew more than 5% of Chile’s population and followed days of widespread civil unrest that sparked a violent police and military … Continue reading “One Million Take to Streets of Chile in the “Largest Mobilization Since the End of Dictatorship””

“People Have Reached the Limit”: Lebanon Joins Wave of Anti-Government Protests Across Middle East

Tens of thousands of people in Lebanon joined hands on Sunday to form a human chain spanning north to south across the entire country. It was a symbolic display of unity across regional and sectarian divisions amid mass protests that have rocked the country in recent days. The protests sweeping Lebanon come amid a wave … Continue reading ““People Have Reached the Limit”: Lebanon Joins Wave of Anti-Government Protests Across Middle East”

The Death of al-Baghdadi: ISIS Grew Out of U.S. Invasion of Iraq. What Will Happen Next?

President Trump announced Sunday that ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was killed in a U.S. special forces raid on his compound in northwestern Syria. According to Trump, al-Baghdadi detonated an explosive vest he was wearing, killing himself and three of his children. The raid began early Sunday when eight U.S. military helicopters flew from a … Continue reading “The Death of al-Baghdadi: ISIS Grew Out of U.S. Invasion of Iraq. What Will Happen Next?”

“State of Emergency”: Special Report on California’s Criminalization of Growing Homeless Encampments

In a Democracy Now! special report, we look at the rise in homelessness in many major cities across the United States. California has become the poster-child for this economic and humanitarian disaster, with growing encampments in Los Angeles and the Bay Area as more people are forced onto the streets. The state is home to … Continue reading ““State of Emergency”: Special Report on California’s Criminalization of Growing Homeless Encampments”

Rashida Tlaib to Mark Zuckerberg: Why Haven’t You Stopped Hate Groups From Organizing on Facebook?

We feature more highlights from the five-hour grilling of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg this week on Capitol Hill, where Michigan Congressmember Rashida Tlaib said she feared that far-right hate groups were using Facebook event pages to incite violence against Muslims and other minorities — including death threats directed at her office. Tlaib asked to be … Continue reading “Rashida Tlaib to Mark Zuckerberg: Why Haven’t You Stopped Hate Groups From Organizing on Facebook?”