New reporting finds that Jeh Johnson, Timothy Geithner and others are making a fortune in lobbying and consulting deals.
A 2008 email made public by WikiLeaks this month revealed that a bank executive essentially picked most of the president's Cabinet appointments—including the people who bailed out Wall Street. If you want "a chance to shape history," speak up before this election.
Forget all the populist talk we've been hearing from Hillary Clinton and her cohorts, and follow the money to find out where the ruling elite's loyalties truly lie.
In a discussion about former Massachusetts Rep. Barney Frank's new book, "Frank: A Life in Politics from the Great Society to Same-Sex Message," Truthdig Editor-in-Chief Robert Scheer confronts Frank over President Bill Clinton’s role in creating the Great Recession and other issues dividing progressives from the Democratic Party leadership. The interview was produced by Joshua Scheer and broadcast April 2 on KPFK.
Truthdig Editor-in-Chief Robert Scheer confronts the former Massachusetts representative over President Clinton’s role in creating the Great Recession and other issues dividing progressives from the Democratic Party leadership.Truthdig Editor-in-Chief Robert Scheer confronts former Massachusetts Rep. Barney Frank over President Clinton’s role in creating the Great Recession and other issues dividing progressives from the Democratic Party leadership.
Author Gina Nahai's latest novel, "The Luminous Heart of Jonah S.," is a family epic that leaps from Tehran to Los Angeles and back again, blending murder mystery, history, myth and magic in a lively and lyrical read. Author Gina Nahai knows a thing or two about the Iranian Jewish diaspora in America -- she's part of it.
In his new book, former New York Fed chair and Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner suggests that his relationship with Citigroup executive Robert Rubin did affect his supervision of the bank, which taxpayers ultimately bailed out with $45 billion.
Timothy Geithner’s new book about the financial crisis, “Stress Test,” is basically an argument that the Wall Street bailout succeeded.