In her first extended broadcast interview in the United States, we spend the hour with Greta Thunberg, the 16-year-old Swedish climate activist who has inspired millions across the globe. Last year she launched a school strike for the climate, skipping school every Friday to stand in front of the Swedish parliament, demanding action to prevent … Continued


The death toll in the Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian hit 50 Monday and is expected to keep rising exponentially. Many survivors of the Category 5 storm are now seeking refuge in the United States. At least 4,000 hurricane survivors have traveled to the U.S. since the hurricane hit, but many more are facing a struggle … Continued


This weekend, President Trump publicly called off a secret meeting at Camp David with the Taliban and the president of Afghanistan that aimed to end the 18-year war, the longest in U.S. history. The United States and Taliban had appeared close to signing an agreement after holding nine rounds of talks in Doha, but the … Continued


“Staggering” Death Toll Feared in Bahamas as Thousands Remain Missing After Hurricane Dorian; “We Are on the Frontline”: Despite Tiny Carbon Footprint, Bahamas Is Ground Zero of Climate Crisis; Robert Mugabe, Ousted Zimbabwean President & Liberation Leader, Dies at 95; Shut It Down: Veteran Organizer Lisa Fithian Offers a Guide to Resistance in Era of Climate Crisis.


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Trump’s Anti-Immigrant Policies Target Children, Cancer Patients & Servicemembers

“All-Out Attack”: Trump’s Anti-Immigrant Policies Target Children, Cancer Patients & Servicemembers; Justice for José Antonio: Family Demands Accountability for Mexican Teen Killed by U.S. Border Agent; Family of Mexican Teenager Slain by Border Agent Awaits SCOTUS Ruling to Determine If They Can Sue; Border Patrol Has Killed At Least 97 People Since 2003. Hear Some of Their Victims’ … Continued