Marjorie Cohn on Drones, Beverly Bell on Honduran Environmental Resistance
As some US media re-engage the drone debate, the discussion is over how and where drones should be used—not whether they should be.
Marjorie Cohn on ISIS AUMF, Laura Flanders on Worker Co-Ops
Would an Authorization of Use of Military Force actually make attacks against ISIS legal? And are such attacks really the solution to the crisis?
Mary Bottari on ALEC Exposed, Marjorie Cohn on prison hunger strike
A hunger strike by California prisoners against what they say are torturous and abusive conditions has gotten little national coverage despite the grave charges, which have gained some support from independent experts.
Glenn Greenwald and Marjorie Cohn on the Elena Kagan nomination
Barack Obama has announced his pick for Supreme Court justice—former Harvard Law School dean and Solicitor General Elena Kagan. And the media debates have begun: about her record, her credentials and her likely impact on the court. We’ll sort through some of what you’re hearing and perhaps what you aren’t hearing in a conversation with court watchers Glenn Greenwald, of Salon.com and author and law professor Marjorie Cohn.
Marjorie Cohn on Iraq torture scandal, Joe Conason on Kerry coverage
The White House is trying to contain the story that Iraqi prisoners were abused, tortured and even killed while in US custody by claiming the actions were isolated exceptions. Instead of raising tough questions, and probing the legal aspects of the case, many journalists are simply reporting the story from the point of view of how it affects U.S. interests. Law Professor Marjorie Cohn will join the show to talk about the story.
Justice For All With Host Attorney George Yates & Marjorie Cohn
These two interviews with Professor Cohn focus on Drones and Targeted Killings and Cameras in the Courtroom.