The Super-Rich and Us Season 2 Jacques Peretti investigates why the super-rich were drawn to Britain. The Super-Rich and Us BBC Documentary 2015 Episode 2 Rich People VS Poor People UK In a series about the extraordinary stories behind maps, Profes
The Super-Rich and Us Season 1 Jacques Peretti investigates why the super-rich were drawn to Britain. The Super-Rich and Us BBC Documentary 2015 Episode 1 Rich People VS Poor People UK In a series about the extraordinary stories behind maps, Profes
Washington continues to reward wealthy donors and Wall St but what about everyday Americans? Author and historian Steve Fraser has answers.
Bill Moyers speaks with outspoken veteran journalist John R. MacArthur, president and publisher of Harper's Magazine, about the problems with the Obama-backed Trans-Pacific Partnership being negotiated in secret and Hillary Clinton's possible pres
Mistrust of government is high these days, so anytime there is an event of unusual circumstance, millions of us immediately think that there must be ulterior motives. Such is the case with actions taken by certain Internet Service Providers (ISPs) on
I Just Spent 7 Days Watching Only Russian News And Reading Pravda -- Here's What I Learned.
According to new FBI statistics released this week, violent crime rates in the US fell over 4% in the past year alone, bringing the amount of violent crimes lower than it has been in nearly 40 years. The statistics showed that there were an estimated
Epic Fail of the D.O.J. laid out: How Wall Street Banks got away with the crime with no time.
It reads that "the FBI assesses, based on open source statements and postings, that Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) members and supporters view members of the media as legitimate targets for retribution attacks". They cite recent behe
Well, more of a "brownout." This came across last week, and it explains the lull in news between the nurses and the NYC doctor being infected. "We're increasingly hearing reports of "suspected" cases of Ebola in the United States and Eur
Do you trust the news media? Do you believe that the information that they are giving you is true and accurate? If you answered yes to either of those questions, that places you in a steadily shrinking minority.
With the Center's of Disease Controls words now being eviscerated before our eyes, an expert group of German doctors have come out to warn that the CDC isn't telling the truth about how Ebola can be transferred from one person to another, as shar
A top German Journalist and Editor Dr. Udo Ulfkatte has just gone public with some shocking admissions. He basically admitted what all of us who read the alternative media such as BeforeItsNews have known for a long time – the entire mainstream med
NEVADA - The 67 year old Nevada rancher who won a stand off when armed federal rangers tried to force him off his land has been accused of racism. Cliven Bundy made a comment during his many interviews about how he thought blacks may have been better
The Maine Board of Overseers of the Bar is seeking disciplinary action against three lawyers it contends willfully misled courts by allowing a practice that became known as “robo-signing” during the nation’s mortgage foreclosure crisis.
Connely, who had no criminal record, was charged with aggravated assault and disorderly conduct. The Maricopa County Attorney’s Office offered him probation if he would plead guilty to a lesser crime but he refused, believing no jury would convict hi
NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly, unwanted by Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio, is in the running for a top security job at JPMorgan Chase, sources at the financial giant told The Post. The position would include overseeing the firm’s cyber-security, accordin
There's no escaping the stench of raw sewage in Mindy Culpepper's Atlanta-area rental home. The odor greets her before she turns into her driveway each evening as she returns from work. It's there when she prepares dinner, and only diminishes when
Snagged from among the thousands of condolences, recollections, posthumous mash notes and encomiums launched into the Twitter slipstream last week was a message from the actress Virginia Madsen to her 74,656 followers. Lou Reed was a “cool cat,” the
New York's top financial regulator has promised more oversight of bank consultants, including large accounting firms, citing an old, ignored state law that gives his office "the power to drive reform." Addressing a conference on corporate resp
Just a Slap on the Wrist The truth is, spectacular coups like Weil's arrest are little more than symbolic gestures. The fines and settlements paid by many financial institutions are akin to the indulgences sold by the medieval Catholic Church. T
Ann Burroughs, chair of the Board of Directors, Amnesty International USA, made the following comments today about the death of artist Lou Reed: "With the sad passing of Lou Reed, the human rights movement has lost a powerful voice for humanity and
Abby Martin speaks with BTS producer Manuel Rapalo about a few of the most shocking US government conspiracies that turned out to be true.
Over the past five years, the U.S. government has become steadily more aggressive at fining banks for their role in the housing crisis. JPMorgan was the latest target, settling for $13 billion. And there’s more to come: “Bank of America may soon re
Muckraker Ben Swann was our guest on The Attorney For Freedom Show
JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM)’s advantage over its Wall Street peers is fading in the eyes of credit-derivatives traders as fines and regulator probes hobble profits while firms from Citigroup Inc. to Morgan Stanley rebound. Credit-default swaps trade
Mary Brosnahan, the president of the Coalition for the Homeless, has worked for that organization for twenty-five years. She grew up in Dearborn, Michigan, and got her undergraduate degree at Notre Dame. Dark-haired and soft-spoken, she seems to enjo
Celebrating its second year, the International Day of the Girl Child focuses its advocacy efforts on lifting up the most marginalized group in the world. This year, the theme is girls' education. Around the world, 57 million children are currently n
"Lehman changed everything," says Arne Holzhausen, a senior economist at global insurer Allianz, based in Munich. "It's safety, safety, safety." The AP analyzed data showing what consumers did with their money in the five years before the Gre
Witnesses told The Daily News that the man had poured gasoline over his body before lighting himself. Two passing joggers rushed to his side. One of the joggers pulled off his shirt in an effort to beat down the flames.