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  • Watch Part 2 of our interview with Lewis Wallace, who was fired from the public radio show "Marketplace" after he published a blog post about journalistic neutrality.

  • Yemeni Americans closed their shops Thursday to protest President Trump’s ban on people from Yemen and six other majority-Muslim countries.

  • Protesters have gathered at airports in New York, Washington D.C., Chicago, Dallas and other cities as immigration authorities begin to block entry to all refugees and immigrants from seven Muslim-majority nations.

  • Full speech by Angela Davis at the Women’s March on Washington.

  • Over the past year, Democracy Now! aired segments on two of this year’s Oscar nominees for Best Documentary: Ava Duvernay’s "13th" about the criminal justice system and Roger Ross Williams’s "Life, Animated" about how a family reached their autistic son through Disney movies.

  • President Donald Trump has signed two executive actions today to advance construction of the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines.

  • In this web exclusive, investigative journalist Jeremy Scahill of The Intercept talks in depth about Trump’s team, from unofficial adviser Erik Prince to Defense Secretary James "Mad Dog" Mattis to education secretary nominee Betsy DeVos.

  • Shortly before the start of Saturday’s historic Women’s March on Washington, Amy Goodman caught up with one of the march co-chairs, Linda Sarsour, a Palestinian-American activist from Brooklyn. After the march, Sarsour became the target of a series of Islamophobic attacks online.

  • Over 100,000 people gathered in San Francisco for a massive women-led march against Donald Trump. Speakers and performers included folk legend Joan Baez and Malkia Cyil of the Center for Media Justice.

  • Investigative reporter Wayne Barrett has died at age 71 of complications of interstitial lung disease in Manhattan. News of his death broke as thousands protested in Central Park against the inauguration of Donald Trump, a man he began covering in the 1970s.

  • The Office of the Pardon Attorney has announced President Obama has denied clemency to imprisoned Native American activist Leonard Peltier.

  • In New York City, over 100 people set up a protest encampment outside the headquarters of financial giant Goldman Sachs, which they are calling "Government Sachs."

  • President Barack Obama has commuted the sentences of two high-profile political prisoners.

  • The Intercept’s Matthew Cole reports that Rep. Ryan Zinke, President-elect Donald Trump’s pick to be secretary of the interior, committed travel fraud when he was a member of the elite Navy SEAL Team 6, according to three former unit leaders and a military consultant.

  • Watch our extended interview with Aaron Glantz, a senior reporter at Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting whose latest investigation examines whether President-elect Donald Trump’s pick for defense secretary committed war crimes.

  • We continue our conversation with reporter Matthew Cole about his stunning new exposé for The Intercept that reveals a darker side of the group best known for killing Osama bin Laden.

  • As Republicans in the newly sworn-in 115th Congress are moving swiftly to repeal the Affordable Care Act, President Obama’s signature healthcare law, we continue our extended interview with Dr. Steffie Woolhandler, a primary care physician and co-founder of Physicians for a National Health Program.

  • Watch an excerpt from Meryl Streep’s acceptance speech when she won the Lifetime Achievement Award at Sunday night’s Golden Globes. The Academy Award-winning actress used her address to call for protections for the free press and to criticize President-elect Donald Trump without ever speaking his name.

  • As Native American elders fighting the Dakota Access pipeline extinguish the Seven Council Fires at Standing Rock, we speak with Jasilyn Charger, a water protector from Cheyenne River Reservation, who has camped at Sacred Stone Resistance Camp since it launched in April.

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