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The recent police killing of an unarmed black teenager in Madison, Wisconsin, is further example of the level of “repression” that exists across the US and will exacerbate racial tensions …
Police have arrested two people who were among demonstrators standing in front of the home of former US vice president Dick Cheney to protest the 13th anniversary of the opening …
The police in the US state of Florida have suspended a controversial sniper training program after it came under fire for using mug shots of African American men for target …
America’s massive military spending is “very disturbing,” taking into account the country’s urgent domestic needs, an American international relations scholar says.
The US Senate Intelligence Committee has released a drastically redacted summary of its voluminous report on the CIA’s torture program during the George W. Bush administration.
Thursday, 08 January 2015 13:06

Poll: US not in right direction

IRIB English Radio correspondent has interviewed John Nichols, political writer for the Nation Magazine and co-founder of the Free Press in Massachusetts, on the recent Pew Research Center Poll that …
Wednesday, 31 December 2014 12:14

US-N Korea tension on rise

Our correspondent Mehdi Geramifard has interviewed Stephen Zunes, Professor of Politics at the University of San Francisco, on the current tensions between the United States and North Korea.
Sunday, 21 December 2014 16:36

US becoming a “police state”

The United States is becoming a dictatorial police state as police continues violent intimidation of the African Americans, says an activist.
Former US Vice President Dick Cheney has refused to call the brutal interrogation techniques used by the CIA in the wake of the September 11, 2001 attacks “torture”, saying he …
The US Senate Intelligence Committee has released a drastically redacted summary of its voluminous report on the CIA’s torture program during the George W. Bush administration.
Thursday, 11 December 2014 12:59

Race relations worsening in US under Obama

Our correspondent Mehdi Geramifard has interviewed Stephen Zunes, Professor of Politics at the University of San Francisco and also a contributor to Foreign Policy in Focus, on the fact that …
Friday, 28 November 2014 15:48

Hagel’s “Forced Resignation”

US Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel’s resignation underscores the missed opportunities that marked his tenure as Secretary of Defense.
Thursday, 20 November 2014 14:01

NATO-Russia tension continues

The US-led NATO has expressed concern over what it described as a “very serious” buildup of Russian troops and equipment inside Ukraine and on the border with the east European …
Our correspondent Mehdi Geramifard has interviewed David Lindorff, an investigative journalist and co-founder of “Thiscan’tbehappening.net”, on US President Barack Obama’s taking blame for the defeat of the Democratic Party in …
Thursday, 14 August 2014 12:43

US, ISIL terrorist activities in Iraq

As per some news reports, the US has unleashed support for the ISIL terrorist elements and their actions in Iraq. Tigh Barry, an activist with Code Pink based in Washington …
Tuesday, 15 July 2014 17:00

NSA spying on Germany

It is a rare thing when an ally tells another that one of their embassy individuals should be sent packing from their plumb surrounds. 
A large majority of people in the United States have pessimistic views about Congress. The poll by Gallup showed only seven percent of adults now have "a great deal" or …
Then came Snowden. Like Ellsberg a generation earlier, he has been excoriated as a traitor. But not since Watergate has the anti-war left—not to mention millions of Americans frustrated by …
US President Barack Obama says the current troubles in Iraq are spilling over from Syria, adding that he is reviewing a range of options to respond to the crisis.
Senator John McCain says Secretary of State John Kerry should step down over a series of foreign policy “failures.”
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