The progressive activist declared himself "a Bernie supporter" in September, but now he's backing the former secretary of state in the California Democratic primary.
The Obama administration's unprecedented acknowledgement that four Americans were killed in U.S. drone strikes overseas -- including one whose death was not previously reported -- "raises more questions than it answers," Jeremy Scahill, national security correspondent for The Nation and author of the new book "Dirty Wars: The World Is a Battlefield," told "Democracy Now!" on Thursday.
In an hourlong special on "Democracy Now!" on Tuesday, author and Nation magazine war correspondent Jeremy Scahill tells the story of the radicalization of Islamic cleric and American citizen Anwar al-Awlaki and the U.S. government's subsequent pursuit and assassination of him and his son.
Here in America, based on your “pluck and drive and ambition and talent, you could rise as far as your abilities will take you.” Right? Of course not, says MSNBC host Chris Hayes.
One week ahead of Occupy Wall Street’s call for “A Day Without the 99%,” The Nation Institute’s John Nichols talks about the historical importance of the general strike—a powerful tool for protest that helped make possible the rights that American workers have long enjoyed.
Who's in charge? What are the protesters' demands? How big is the movement? How can I get involved? Answers to these and other basic questions about the ongoing occupation of Wall Street are offered by The Nation magazine's Nathan Schneider. (more)