Director of Public Citizen's Global Trade Lori Wallach analyzes the history of the pact and the potential benefits of the latest deal.
Yale philosophy professor Jason Stanley reflects on Trump's ultranationalism and the eerie parallels between the U.S. and pre-war Germany.
In this week's episode, Japanese-American public defender Jeff Adachi tells how his family's past affects his present and reveals why he withdrew his support of California's new bail law.
Director Susan Lacy reflects on the film star's personal evolution and her sui generis brand of political activism.
In light of the dust the country music legend has kicked up by playing a benefit concert for Ted Cruz's Democratic Senate challenger, here's a look back at Nelson's in-depth interview on "Scheer Intelligence."
"Winners Take All" author Anand Giridharadas explains how the philanthropy of the 1 percent creates harmful illusions.
Attorney Helen Sklar explores Democrats' key role in forging some of our country's most xenophobic policies.
American Civil Liberties Union attorney Jacob Snow examines the close partnership between private enterprise and the surveillance state.
Award-winning critic and historian Carrie Rickey debunks the most common rationalizations for women's underrepresentation behind the camera.