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Jeremy Scahill tracks the destructive history of U.S. imperialism in Iraq.
Iraqi journalist Ghaith Abdul-Ahad joins Jeremy Scahill and Murtaza Hussain to discuss the impact and fallout of the 2003 U.S. invasion of Iraq.
The outcome of the Supreme Court case Sackett v. EPA may limit the ability to prevent pollution of our nation’s waters and combat climate change.
Rodney Reed has spent 25 years fighting Texas for the right to DNA testing that could prove his innocence. Now the Supreme Court will weigh in.
Host Jordan Smith and law professor Hila Keren discuss a Colorado case that could expand the right to discriminate under the guise of free speech.
Host Jordan Smith and journalist Rebecca Nagle discuss the Indian Child Welfare Act challenge and why it could imperil all of Indian Law.
In the second episode of Dissent, host Jordan Smith and Elizabeth Wydra discuss how the independent state legislature theory could upend democracy.
In the first episode of Dissent, host Jordan Smith and legal analyst Jordan Rubin discuss the Supreme Court docket and what’s at stake.
After months of federal inaction and environmental devastation, a community of neighbors organized a resistance and won.
People have taken to the streets in Iran for over two months. Will the movement lead to the regime’s collapse?