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A Crisis of Capitalism?
In his interview with John Bogle, Bill Moyers cites this article from THE NEW YORK TIMES. which examines more than 1,200 nursing homes purchased by large private investment groups.
Alive in Baghdad: Iraqi Children Speak Out
To help put a face to the refugee crisis, check out this video courtesy of the viewer-supported video blog “Alive In Baghdad,” which features journalism from Iraq and its neighbors.
Clip File: Loose Change
Who is keeping track of the billions we're spending in Iraq. Under the radar news you need to know.
Deborah Amos and George Packer on Iraq
NPR's Deborah Amos — just back from Damascus — and THE NEW YORKER's George Packer on the Iraq war and what you haven't heard from Washington.
For the Fallen: A Bill Moyers Essay
Bill Moyers on the fate of the authors of "The War as We Saw It"
Investment industry giant John Bogle says that as more and more money managers take control over corporations on Wall Street, Main Street is paying the price.
Photographic Artist Chris Jordan
Photographic Artist Chris Jordan turns the statistics of consumerism into palpable images in his new photo series.
BILL MOYERS JOURNAL looks at the life and legacy of Rachel Carson and her book SILENT SPRING, which launched the modern environmental movement.
The DDT Controversy
Critics allege that Carson's case against the insecticide DDT put a halt to the chemical's use to fight malaria around the world. But what is the truth? Find out more
9/11 Commission Recommendations
Review the recommendations of the 9/11 Commission and check on the progress of implementation
9/11 For the Record
Review the 9/11 Commission's findings on events and intelligence available before the 9/11 attacks and review new reports.
9/11 For the Record: Interactive Timeline
This interactive timline lets you review the 9/11 Commission's findings on events and intelligence available before the 9/11 attacks — sources include the relevant documents, contemporary news coverage and new reports.
U.S. Intelligence Community
Investigate the history of U.S. intelligence services and review post 9/11 changes.
Jack L. Goldsmith
Former head of the Office of Legal Counsel under George W. Bush, Jack L. Goldsmith, discusses the Administration's expanded view of executive power.
License to Spy
Bill Moyers talks with former Congressman Mickey Edwards and ACLU Executive Director Anthony Romero about revisions to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.
As proposed new rules may allow coal companies to expand mountain top removal mining, Bill Moyers Journal reports on local evangelical Christians who are turning to their faith to help save the earth.
Allen Johnson co-founded and heads the advocacy group, Christians for the Mountains, an organization that summons Christians to help protect the environment, paying particular attention to the southern Appalachian Mountains region.
Preview Goldsmith's THE TERROR PRESIDENCY
As former head of the Office of Legal Counsel at the Department of Justice, Jack Goldsmith was responsible for advising President Bush on what he could and could not do legally -- Read a preview of his book THE TERROR PRESIDENCY.
Surveillance of the people, for the the people?
The discussion on the delicate balance between national security and the protection of civil liberties continues with the JOURNAL interview of Anthony Romero, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union and former Republican congressman Mickey Edwards.
Poet Robert Bly
Bill Moyers talks with poet Robert Bly about greed in America, divinity and happiness.