From C-SPAN's complete coverage, President Obama speaks at the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington. Watch complete video, via the C-SPAN Video Library here: http://cs.pn/15gUhMm Watch, clip, share and embed your own clips.
David Dimbleby presents Question Time from London. On the panel are Ed Davey MP, secretary of state for energy and climate change; Dame Tessa Jowell MP, Labour's former minister for the Olympics; Boris Johnson, the Conservative mayor of London; comedian Russell Brand; and Daily Mail columnist Melanie Phillips.
A city in California has become ground zero in a battle with mortgage lenders and now the federal government in its push to implement a radical new plan to assist homeowners who cannot meet the terms of their loans.
Full video available at: http://fora.tv/2013/08/07/Collision_2012_America_Divided
Four years ago, a bright young presidential candidate named Barack Obama campaigned on a theme of hope and change, and made history. Today, he finds himself in another bitter, divisive presidential race but without the buzzwords. Instead, an embattled president struggles with a dysfunctionally-divided Congress, the controversial healthcare bill, a decade-long war, and a stagnant economy.
A secret recording was leaked to the press this Thursday revealing a conversation between a San Antonio Texas GOP councilwoman and her staff — in which the discussion deteriorated into a chorus of harsh anti-gay rhetoric.
James Stevens, who is an aide to San Antonio District 9 Council Woman Elisa Chan, leaked the audio to the San Antonio Express-News, which he secretly recorded during a May 21 meeting in Chan’s office to discuss an approaching non-discrimination ordinance.
However, the nearly 16-minute audio reveals a discussion where staffers compare homosexuality to incest and pedophila, with Chan stating her opinion that gays are “disgusting to even think about.” In addition to her revulsion towards the LGBT community, Chan can be heard saying that she believes being gay is a choice and that gay people should not adopt children.
Reporting live from "business Harlem," Jessica Williams reveals that white-collar crime is disproportionately committed by people who fit a certain profile
Reporting live from "Business Harlem," Jessica Williams reveals that white-collar crime is disproportionately committed by people who fit a certain profile.
From The Daily Show
Aired: August 13, 2013
Openly gay Mayor Johnny Cummings helps Vicco, KY, become the smallest U.S. town to pass an LGBT fairness ordinance.
From: The Colbert Report with Stephen Colbert
Aired: August 14, 2013
Emphasizing the importance of protecting the nation's global image, marketers at the public relations firm Hill & Knowlton Strategies, Inc. reportedly met with White House officials on Monday to recommend that the United States publicly distance itself from the entire state of Alabama.
DOWN-UNDERcision 2013 - That's Not a Campaign, 'This' Is a Campaign
Despite Australia's short election season, candidates are still able to offer voters clumsy pratfalls and verbal atrocities.
Aired: Monday August 12, 2013
27-year-old mother of two from Queensland, Stephanie Banister, is hoping to represent the One Nation Party in next month’s election in Australia. She has some pretty monumental odds to overcome. She could be disqualified if convicted of charges stemming from an anti-Muslim contamination scare at a shopping center. Banister is due to face a charge of “contaminating or interfering with goods” over allegations she stuck a sticker which read “Beware! Halal food funds terrorism” on Nestle products at her local Woolworths.
Government spying on its citizens means gaining limits on those freedoms - Freedom Plus.
Aired: December 18, 2002
President Barack Obama on his birthday, embassy closures and global travel warning.
ACN anchor Will McAvoy speaks his mind regarding the disgusting homophobic Republican response to homosexuals wanting to serve their country by joining the Military.
An elementary school class recite the pledge of allegiance, from The Whitest Kids U'Know season 5, episode 7.
Infographics on the distribution of wealth in America, highlighting both the inequality and the difference between our perception of inequality and the actual numbers. The reality is often not what we think it is.