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Investigative journalist Jeremy Scahill, political reporter Joe Williams and Brown University Professor Tricia Rose debate why the U.S. continues to expand the drone program despite evidence of hundreds of civilian deaths.
Retired Col. Lawrence Wilkerson, Colin Powell’s former chief of staff, is not impressed by the Bush library.
Are Miranda warnings still necessary for US arrests? TYT’s Ana Kasparian thinks so. Watch our power panel debate it here.
Joan Walsh, Salon.com editor-at-large, joins “Say Anything!” host Joy Behar to consider how political narratives are playing out in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings.
“Seinfeld” writer Peter Mehlman tells “Say Anything!” host Joy Behar how a chance encounter with Larry David led to his transition from journalism to writing sitcoms.
Peter Ogburn talks with Roger Gastman, the curator of the exhibit “Pump Me Up: D.C. Subculture of the 1980’s,” and John Stanton, BuzzFeed’s Washington Bureau Chief, as they reminisce about 1980’street art and the mega growth of graffiti art. John asks about the “go go graffiti” that originated in the beltway and the genesis of the tagging scene.
Gastman also recently produced “ The Legend of ‘Cool’ Disco Dan,” which started out as a documentary about the life of an artist, and then morphed into a story of city.
Watch them break down the history of street art in the nation’s capital here, and see “Pump Me Up” at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. until April 7.
(Image: GLOBE POSTER, 1980S. COLLECTION OF ROGER GASTMAN)
John Fugelsang tears down Fox News’ ongoing argument about Al Jazeera having ulterior motives for buying Current TV.
We are giving all of our shows the day off to celebrate our nation’s leaders (and to sleep in a little). “Full Court Press,” “Talking Liberally,” “The War Room,” “Say Anything!,” “The Young Turks” and “Viewpoint” will all return tomorrow.
Marco Rubio was thirsty during last night’s GOP rebuttal to the State of the Union address, so our hosts drank to that. Thanks to @Sharon_Paley on Twitter for capturing this fine moment for us.