The Supreme Court showdown continues to grip Washington.
This edition of the program is about the immigration restrictions by Trump and the OPEC response to Trump's push.
Hurricane Florence has hammered the United states, a country not unbeknownst to heavy storms and flooding.
The United States is in a serious leadership crisis. The forces of resistance are asserting themselves ever more strongly against President Donald Trump.
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This edition of the program is about the US perpetual meddling in Latin America.
Since taking office, US President Donald Trump has taken a number of controversial moves that have shaken America’s relationships with its old allies.
Experts say Donald Trump’s embassy move has killed the so-called peace process between Israelis and Palestinians.
It's been 35 years since President Ronald Reagan lamented that the US education system was plagued by "low standards, lack of purpose and ineffective use of resources.”
US President Donald Trump calls it insane, ridiculous and the worst deal ever negotiated. But America’s European allies insist the nuclear deal with Iran must be preserved.
This show is about the political fallout of Washington’s missile strikes against Syria as well as the controversy over Trump’s fight with Comey.
The US, UK and France launched strikes against Syria following a week of threats of military action for an alleged chemical weapons attack outside Damascus.
After 15 years of losing wars, spreading terror movements, and creating failed states across the Middle East, the United States should admit that it does not have a Middle East policy.
Since President Trump assumed office, his administration has been battered by numerous dismissals and resignations, making layoffs a routine reality of the White House.
Ever since the World War II ended, the Unites States which was left almost unscathed, has been bullying nations around the globe to strengthen its influence and further its agenda.
This edition of We the People is about the upcoming Trump-Kim Jung-un meeting; and Republicans’ worry about losing majority in the chambers.
Mass shootings like the recent one at a high school in Parkland, Florida, serve as a reminder that killings have become a fact of life in America, where guns outnumber people.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller leaves no stone unturned as he tries to connect the dots on the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia.
There is drama at the White House once again. Two presidential aides -- Rob Porter and David Sorensen -- have been forced to resign over allegations of domestic violence.
US citizens have the right to bear arms according to the Second Amendment. But the issue has caused a lot of problems and has hence triggered a controversy.
From Muslim Americans to Latinos and women, certain communities in the United States are awash with concerns of discrimination in the already divided society now under President Donald Trump.
The fate of hundreds of thousands of young undocumented immigrants living in the US hangs in the balance.
Donald Trump is on the defensive as an explosive new book offers a damning portrait of a mentally-unstable man whose presidency is in crisis.
This episode of We the People is about the US President Donald Trump’s first year in office.
This edition of We the People, is about the US President Donald Trump’s first year in office.
Allegations of sexual misconduct have dogged Donald Trump since his presidential campaign. There have been several calls for Congress to open a probe into the accusations.
After nearly a year without any legislative accomplishments, the Trump administration has finally got what it wanted. Senate Republicans come together behind a controversial tax plan.
A harsh reckoning comes for sexual harassers and abusers in America. Stars and politicians have been exposed as sexual predators and many careers are on the line.
The 2016 was an election America just can’t quit. More than a year later, much of the country continues to obsess over Trump versus Clinton.
This episode of We the People is about a tax reform plan introduced by US Republican senators.
This edition of we the People is about Trump’s Asia tour and Washington’s policy towards Saudi Arabia.
Robert Mueller’s five-month investigation into whether the American president has been compromised by a foreign power has entered a new and dangerous phase.
America’s top diplomat is on a new mission in the Middle East and Asia.
This edition of the program is about US’s stance on the JCPOA and Weinstein’s sexual scandal.
The administration of US President Donald Trump says it has no plan to sign the United Nations Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.
A gunman killed dozens of people and injured hundreds more at a Las Vegas music festival in one of the deadliest mass shootings in US history.
The politics of racial division is on full display in Washington. This time, President Trump turns football into a political battleground.
Donald Trump made his first address to the United Nations. The US president brought his “America-First” message to the General Assembly.
Trump’s troubles with members of his own party get deeper as the president seems willing to make deals with the Democrats.
Divide within the United States of America was nothing new before Donald Trump’s presidency but it’s fair to say that it has never been as vivid as the recent years.
Hurricane Harvey hit the United States and destroyed the Gulf region, namely the states of Texas and Louisiana.
Donald Trump’s response to violence in Charlottesville has left many Republicans worried about the damages it can impose on their party.
Trump is under mounting pressure over his response to racist violence in Virginia.
The US president is growing frustrated with America’s longest-running war.
Backstabbing among White House advisers and a major change of staff threaten to upend President Trump’s agenda.
This edition of We the People is about Donald Trump’s pardoning power and his clashes with his own picks regarding Russia investigation.
The Trump administration has announced the largest crackdown on healthcare fraud schemes totaling more than $1 billion.
The G20 leaders’ summit 2017. This year’s meeting was fractious compared to previous rounds. The most noticeable difference was the new US president, Donald Trump.
The US president has been pressuring China over stated frustration with Beijing’s response to North Korea’s “nuclear threat.”
In this episode we will discuss the US Independence Day, 4th of July when Americans celebrate its independence from Great Britain.
Another police officer is off the hook after killing a black man in the United States. After days of deliberation, the jury acquits Minnesota officer Jeronimo Yanez in the 2016 fatal shooting of Philando Castile.
What a tumultuous week in the world of politics: James Comey testifies before a key Senate panel. The ousted FBI chief publicly accuses Trump of lying and efforts to undermine the Russia investigation.
The Earth's climate has changed throughout history. But the current trend of global warming is of particular concern because it is believed most of it is directly caused by human activity.
This edition of 'We the People' sheds light on the US President Donald Trump’s first foreign tour.
Just in 2015, 33,000 people in the US died of overdoses from prescription drugs such as OxyContin.
It was still 2015 when Republican candidate Donald Trump directly pleaded for a “shutdown of Muslims entering the United States.”
This episode of "We the People" sheds light on the first 100 days of Trump’s administration.
Donald Trump’s victory in the US 2016 presidential election was, of course, good news for the Republican Party but it also came with a lot of implications, including one, for which the GOPers had waited for nearly a year.
This episode of We the People, sheds light on the US President Donald Trump's u-turns regarding the war in Syria, relations with Russia, and US domestic issues.
Eleven weeks into the administration of President Donald Trump and it's getting even more challenging to keep up with what's going on in the White House.
Apart from causing a worldwide shock, Donald Trump’s victory upped the ante for many of his supporters who had hoped to bring about change in Washington.
Many of President Trump’s most dedicated supporters say their lives changed on election night. But less than one month into Trump’s term, many of his supporters say they once again feel under attack.