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  • Brazilian diplomat Celso Amorim was once described by the magazine Foreign Policy as the world’s best foreign minister. He served as foreign minister under two Brazilian presidents, mostly recently Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.

  • Watch the new video "If I Was President" by the Los Angeles-based Chicano band Las Cafeteras.

  • Amy Goodman is conducting a public interview of renowned professor and dissident Noam Chomsky tonight at the First Parish Church in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Watch the live stream here.

  • Among the thousands who braved the stormy weather and marched on Washington, D.C., as part of the first-ever global March for Science were students, teachers, nurses, researchers and even science fiction writers.

  • Part 2 of our conversation with award-winning reporter Shane Bauer talking about his recent article, "I Went Behind the Front Lines with the Far-Right Agitators Who Invaded Berkeley."

  • The United Nations is warning the risk of mass starvation is rapidly rising in Yemen, Nigeria, Somalia and South Sudan. This comes as the U.S. escalates its involvement in the Saudi-led war on Yemen. We speak to Kathy Kelly, co-coordinator of Voices for Creative Nonviolence.

  • In this web exclusive, we continue our conversation with Damien Echols, who was freed from Arkansas’s death row in 2011. Over the weekend, he returned to Arkansas to protest the state’s plans to execute eight men this month.

  • We discuss the demands of hundreds of undocumented immigrants who are on hunger strike at the for-profit Northwest Detention Center.

  • Full interview with investigative journalist Allan Nairn on Syria, Iraq, Yemen, the need for grassroots resistance against Donald Trump and much more.

  • Full interview with Julian Assange on Democracy Now!, including a debate with investigative journalist Allan Nairn.

  • Part 2 of our discussion with Orville Schell about today’s meeting between Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping at Trump’s Florida resort Mar-a-Lago.

  • Full 70-minute interview with Noam Chomsky on Democracy Now! today talking about Donald Trump’s first 75 days in the White House and much more.

  • Part 2 of our conversation with Sharif Abdel Kouddous about today’s White House meeting between Donald Trump and Egyptian President General Abdel Fattah el-Sisi.

  • Tune in to Tuesday’s program when the legendary linguist and dissident Noam Chomsky join us live for the hour.

  • Full interview with Princeton’s Zia Mian about the proposed U.N. nuclear ban treaty, the U.S. boycott and the U.S. trillion-dollar plan to "modernize" its nuclear arsenal.

  • Full interview with The New Yorker’s Jane Mayer about her new article, "The Reclusive Hedge-Fund Tycoon Behind the Trump Presidency: How Robert Mercer Exploited America’s Populist Insurgency."

  • In Vermont, two immigrant rights activists have returned home after being jailed by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents in what local organizers say was an act of political retaliation.

  • Part 2 of our conversation with Rebecca Solnit, one of the nation’s most celebrated writers. She’s the author of more than 20 books, including, most recently, "The Mother of All Questions."

  • Anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Kathrada has died at the age of 87. He was a member of the African National Congress who spent 26 years in prison—18 of them on Robben Island along with Nelson Mandela.

  • House Republicans have pulled a bill to repeal major parts of the Affordable Care Act after failing to secure enough votes despite heavy lobbying from President Trump. The bill was opposed by the entire Democratic party as well as some moderate Republicans and many members of the ultra-conservative House Freedom Caucus.

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