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Iraq and the 'genocide' debate

Iraq and the 'genocide' debate

08/08/14 01:41PM

Ronan Farrow discusses one of the most controversial developments of this new skirmish over Iraq – the use of the term “genocide” and poses the question to Josh Gerstein of Politico and Michael Crowley of Time for their thoughts on the White House’s seman watch

U.S. goes it alone in Iraq

U.S. goes it alone in Iraq

08/08/14 01:33PM

Eli Lake, National Security Reporter for The Daily Beast, and David Rohde, Reuters investigative reporter, weigh in on where the rest of the world is as this U.S. operation plays out and what support the U.S. can expect from its allies in the region. watch

The humanitarian mission in Iraq

The humanitarian mission in Iraq

08/08/14 01:27PM

Ronan Farrow is joined by Juliette Touma, Iraq representative of UNICEF, for a look at the conditions on the mountains in which the Yazdizi minority religious sect is currently trapped by ISIS militants and for a discussion on the U.S. strikes. watch

Former Marines discuss new Iraq strikes

Former Marines discuss new Iraq strikes

08/08/14 01:20PM

Two former U.S. Marines, who served in Iraq: Zack Iscol and Frye Barcott, discuss the scope of the “targeted strikes” President Obama authorized in Northern Iraq to aid the Yazidis dying of thirst surrounded by ISIS militants. watch

IRAQ-UNREST-YAZIDIS

Week in Pictures: Aug. 2-8

08/08/14 12:08PM

The crisis in Iraq changed drastically on Friday when the U.S. launched military airstrikes again Islamic extremists near the city of Erbil, where the U.S. has a consulate. read more

Monkey selfie sparks copyright fight

Monkey selfie sparks copyright fight

08/07/14 02:42PM

Arik Hesseldahl, Senior editor for Re/code, and Alyssa Bereznak from Yahoo! join for an intellectual property and privacy debate – a debate that has ignited over one adorable monkey selfie and Wikipedia’s fight against Europe's "right to be forgotten”... watch

Inside the Papal digital enclave

Inside the Papal digital enclave

08/07/14 01:46PM

Ronan Farrow examines the scope of Pope Francis’ newly issued pronouncement about Internet usage and, thanks to our friends at Vocativ, we can now bring you behind the curtain of the Catholic Church’s juggernaut social media operation. watch

US weighs airstrikes in Iraq

US weighs airstrikes in Iraq

08/07/14 01:28PM

Andrea Mitchell and Colonel Jack Jacobs respond to the White House’s announcement that the crisis in Iraq is nearing a humanitarian catastrophe with thousands of religious minorities trapped by an ISIS offensive - and how the potential U.S. airstrikes cou watch

Transgender rights on the border

Transgender rights on the border

08/07/14 01:18PM

Jose Diaz Balart and Tiq Milan discuss the state of undocumented, LGBT detainees at the border in light of allegations by a transgender woman who says she was sexually assaulted while being held in custody with men at an ICE detention center. watch

CDC on highest alert amid Ebola outbreak

CDC on highest alert amid Ebola outbreak

08/07/14 01:03PM

Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the NIH dives into why the CDC has now raised its alert to “level one” in response to the Ebola outbreak and why the drug ZMapp, given to U.S. Ebola patients, isn’ watch

Soccer with a barbaric twist

Soccer with a barbaric twist

08/06/14 04:24PM

The Renaissance gave birth to such works as the David, the development of the scientific method, the philosophy of Humanism… and a barbaric form of soccer? A new Vocativ report unveils an age-old game from Italy called Calcio Storico. watch

Terrorist breeding ground

Terrorist breeding ground

08/06/14 01:29PM

In this exclusive interview, Ronan Farrow talks to Samantha Power, United States Ambassador to the United Nations, about the dire situation in Sudan, which has been a haven for everyone from al Qaeda to the Lord’s Resistance Army to Hamas. watch

Grand theft internet

Grand theft internet

08/06/14 01:20PM

A Russian crime ring is said to have stolen more than one billion usernames and passwords. Ronan Farrow, security expert Anthony Roman, and Maggie Reardon, senior writer at CNET, discuss the massive cyber-attack, the players involved and what it means for watch

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