Russell Brand Question Time.
This is the first time Ive ever seen someone truly defeat the Colbert character in an interview. Dan Savage does an incredible job here, even managing to get the last word, which never happens. Colberts record is now 1206.
Police Officers in So Paulo, sit down with protesters in respect and support to the manifestation.
Durring second week of protests against corruption in Brazil.
Bill thinks he knows what's really going through President Obama's mind right now.
Imagine if Conservative media figures made a sexual harassment training video. They'd have plenty of material to choose from.
Cobbled together by our friends at Media Matters.
Stopped by Spanish language tech journalists at an airport, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak says that after the NSA revelations, he questions his own government and wonders whether it's behaving like a king.
Are we truly free? Are our desires truly our own or merely imposed products of the society we live in?
A short movie by Veljko Popovic, developed at Lemonade 3D and produced by Kenges. Original title: Ona koja mjeri.
American As Apple Spy
Congressman Alan Grayson (D-FL) explains the scandal surrounding the National Security Agency (NSA), and his view on the matter. He describes the known public details of the program and recent American history of domestic surveillance.
Economist Richard Wolff explains how the current minimum wage offers less advantage for workers than it did decades ago, and how an increase would benefit not only low-wage employees, but the overall American economy.
Youve taken the folks at the bottom the people who work hard, full-time jobs and youve made their economic condition worse over a 50-year period, while wealth has accumulated at the top, Wolff tells Bill. What kind of a society does this?
A Professor of Economics Emeritus at the University of Massachusetts, and currently Visiting Professor in the Graduate Program in International Affairs of the New School, Wolff has written many books on the effects of rampant capitalism, including Capitalism Hits the Fan: The Global Economic Meltdown and What to Do About It.
Round table discussion about the CIA's most successful spy project to date: Facebook.
On Friday, May 31, Turkish riot police fired tear gas and pepper spray into a peaceful protest held to save Gezi Park, one of the last green areas in central Istanbul. This set off the biggest civil uprising in the history of the Turkish Republic, calling for Prime Minister Erdogans resignation. The unrest has spread like wildfire to more than 60 cities where protests are still ongoing. We landed in Istanbul the day it all kicked off.
The funny part of this story is that it's not funny.
Bill Hicks's Scottish accent is terrible, but his observations are just as relevant today as when they were recorded in 1990.
Stephen Fry discusses the rate of imprisonment in the USA
What if YouTube had existed all throughout history?