Democracy Now! Audio and Video

 

Audio

http://www.democracynow.org/
  • Democracy Now! 2019-11-13 Wednesday

    We speak with legendary journalist Bill Moyers, who covered the Nixon and Clinton impeachment hearings, as the House begins televised impeachment hearings into President Trump; A debate on the political crisis in Bolivia and whether it constitutes a coup.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-11-12 Tuesday

    Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva is free after 580 days behind bars; Chesa Boudin is San Francisco's newly elected district attorney; Socialist Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant declares victory in her re-election race.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-11-11 Monday

    Bolivia's first indigenous president, Evo Morales, resigns following what he described as a military coup; A conversation with Senator Elizabeth Warren about the climate crisis at the first-ever Presidential Forum on Environmental Justice.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-11-08 Friday

    The first-ever Presidential Forum on Environmental Justice takes place Friday in Orangeburg, South Carolina; in 1968, the Orangeburg massacre killed three unarmed black students when police opened fire at South Carolina State University.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-11-07 Thursday

    Algerian elections are scheduled for next month as demonstrators proceed with sustained protests; Two former Twitter employees are charged with helping Saudi Arabia spy on critics; "The Pollinators" looks at the dangers of a decline in bee colonies.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-11-06 Wednesday

    In Texas, calls are mounting to halt the upcoming execution of Rodney Reed, a black man convicted of a rape and murder he says he didn't commit; Tuesday's local elections see major victories for Democrats nationwide.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-11-05 Tuesday

    Trump begins to formally pull the U.S. out of the Paris climate agreement; A Honduran immigrant with DACA status fights his mother's deportation as she recovers from stage IV cancer; Voters head to the polls in statewide elections across the U.S.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-11-04 Monday

    Indigenous forest protector Paulo Paulino Guajajara is shot dead in the Amazon; Special report on homelessness in San Francisco; The Greensboro massacre, 40 years later: when the KKK & American Nazis killed five anti-racist protesters in broad daylight.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-11-01 Friday

    Chicago teachers head back to school, marking the end of a historic 11-day strike; A former Gambian beauty queen testifies against the country's former dictator, accusing him of rape; In Colombia, five indigenous leaders have been massacred.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-10-31 Thursday

    As a major study warns 300 million people are at risk from rising sea levels as mass protests cause Chile to pull out as host of the U.N. climate summit; Climate-fueled fires erupt across California; The House votes to formalize the impeachment process.

 

Video

http://www.democracynow.org/
  • Democracy Now! 2019-11-13 Wednesday

    We speak with legendary journalist Bill Moyers, who covered the Nixon and Clinton impeachment hearings, as the House begins televised impeachment hearings into President Trump; A debate on the political crisis in Bolivia and whether it constitutes a coup.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-11-12 Tuesday

    Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva is free after 580 days behind bars; Chesa Boudin is San Francisco's newly elected district attorney; Socialist Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant declares victory in her re-election race.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-11-11 Monday

    Bolivia's first indigenous president, Evo Morales, resigns following what he described as a military coup; A conversation with Senator Elizabeth Warren about the climate crisis at the first-ever Presidential Forum on Environmental Justice.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-11-08 Friday

    The first-ever Presidential Forum on Environmental Justice takes place Friday in Orangeburg, South Carolina; in 1968, the Orangeburg massacre killed three unarmed black students when police opened fire at South Carolina State University.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-11-07 Thursday

    Algerian elections are scheduled for next month as demonstrators proceed with sustained protests; Two former Twitter employees are charged with helping Saudi Arabia spy on critics; "The Pollinators" looks at the dangers of a decline in bee colonies.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-11-06 Wednesday

    In Texas, calls are mounting to halt the upcoming execution of Rodney Reed, a black man convicted of a rape and murder he says he didn't commit; Tuesday's local elections see major victories for Democrats nationwide.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-11-05 Tuesday

    Trump begins to formally pull the U.S. out of the Paris climate agreement; A Honduran immigrant with DACA status fights his mother's deportation as she recovers from stage IV cancer; Voters head to the polls in statewide elections across the U.S.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-11-04 Monday

    Indigenous forest protector Paulo Paulino Guajajara is shot dead in the Amazon; Special report on homelessness in San Francisco; The Greensboro massacre, 40 years later: when the KKK & American Nazis killed five anti-racist protesters in broad daylight.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-11-01 Friday

    Chicago teachers head back to school, marking the end of a historic 11-day strike; A former Gambian beauty queen testifies against the country's former dictator, accusing him of rape; In Colombia, five indigenous leaders have been massacred.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-10-31 Thursday

    As a major study warns 300 million people are at risk from rising sea levels as mass protests cause Chile to pull out as host of the U.N. climate summit; Climate-fueled fires erupt across California; The House votes to formalize the impeachment process.