Videos

Police in Ferguson Fire Rubber Bullets at Protestors

On Wednesday night, police and protesters clashed in Ferguson, Missouri, in the aftermath of the shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown by a Ferguson police officer on August 9. Despite police orders to turn off their cameras, KARG Argus Radio filmed footage of the scene, capturing images of police firing rubber bullets and tear gas canisters at the crowd of peaceful protesters.

John Oliver Takes On The Prison Industrial Complex

In this clip from Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, the host skewers the United States prison system, highlighting the incredible incarceration rates, racial disproportion of inmates, the failed War on Drugs and the private prison industry—and does so with comedy and puppets.

The Crusade Against Abortion

In the wake of the Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby decision, Bill Moyers interviews Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards about the ongoing attacks on women's reproductive rights. As part of the conversation they discuss the recent In These Times piece Abortion's Underground Railroad by Eesha Pandit.

Uber, Lyft and Transportation’s Chilling Future

In this short documentary 'Taxi 2.0', San Francisco-based filmmaker Jarod Taber examines the rise of rideshare companies like Lyft and Uber, dissecting the controversies behind the largely unregulated industry and following the lives of the drivers caught in the middle.

Chris Hayes Grills Rahm Emanuel on Chicago’s Suspect Crime Stats

In this investigative segment from All In with Chris Hayes on MSNBC, the host delves into troubling accusations of the Chicago Police Department (CPD) misclassifying murders in order to keep crime stats low. Hayes interviews Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who defends the integrity of the CPD's data.

The Folly of Attacking Iraq

In this clip, Bill Moyers explains why we should not listen to the same voices who led us into war in Iraq 11 years ago: They were wrong then, and they are wrong now.

Elizabeth Warren and Thomas Piketty Discuss Inequality

Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Thomas Piketty, author of Capital in the Twenty-First Century sit down to discuss the crisis of inequality in America and whether the tide will turn against extreme consolidation of wealth.

How Wall Street Skims Higher Education

This animated video put out by the American Federation of Teachers shows how risky loans and high interest rates for institutional borrowing is driving up costs and debt for taxpayers while lining the pockets of Wall Street investors and for-profit colleges.

Why I Am Fighting for $15

In this short video, a McDonald's worker explains her reasons for fighting for a $15 an hour wage and the right to form a union without retaliation. On May 15, fast food workers in 150 cities across the country went on strike to protest their treatment by the $200 billion fast-food industry.

Thomas Piketty Explains ‘Capital’ to Chris Hayes

In this extended interview, Thomas Piketty explains the major concepts contained in his new book "Capital in the Twenty-First Century"—which Paul Krugman has called "the most important economics book of the year—and maybe of the decade."