The Senate recently defeated an attempt to weaken crucial regulations on derivatives. Why and how should derivatives be regulated?
Christopher Hayes answers Nation Associates' questions about the gulf oil spill, weapons programs and the seductive draw of expertise.
BBC/PRI's "The World" interviews reporter Joshua Kors about his ongoing series on the deliberate misdiagnosis of injured returning veterans.
The Senate has finally opened debate on Dodd's financial regulatory reform bill. Will the bill end bailout--or just reinforce a broken system?
The SEC has filed a civil suit against Goldman Sachs for their role in exacerbating the sub-prime mortgage crisis by producing risky investment options. On this week's The Breakdown, Hayes discusses the case with blogger, author and economist Simon Johnson.
To discuss the threat of nuclear war, Jonathan Schell, Nation Institute fellow and author of "Reaching Zero," guests on the Brian Lehrer Show with David Hoffman, Foreign Policy contributing editor.
What makes drones so frightening to us now, when they have actually been around for decades?
Eyal Press discusses his new book, Beautiful Souls, which tells of a young Israeli who struggles with the question of whether to serve in the occupied territories.
"Black Candle," "Leningrad," "And I Was Alive"
How a Republican strategy to control politics on a local level affects the entire nation—politically, socially and beyond.
The grassroots victory shows that concern for fundamental issues such as health and clean water transcends party politics.
Iraq vet, former financial adviser and OWS protester Derek McGee reflects on the changes that have occurred in this country since September 11, 2001.