Russ Baker and veteran podcaster Peter B. Collins discuss the downfall and disgrace of New York politician Anthony Weiner, the effect it had on the 2016 presidential election, and what unseen forces may have been working behind the scenes.
Can white people ever really understand the roots of systemic racism in America? And do they want to?
In two short radio interviews, WhoWhatWhy Editor-in-Chief Russ Baker discusses the recent JFK records release.
A look at how the US has favored and funded terror groups since long before 9/11.
The assassination of President John F. Kennedy, and particularly its aftermath, was the first in a series of high-profile events that triggered an increased level of distrust of government among Americans. The ripples from that day have now turned into a wave, author David Talbot argues.
Economist and former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis blows the whistle on a crisis that led to an international cover-up directed by a circle of incompetent bureaucrats.
WhoWhatWhy’s founder Russ Baker recently sat down for an in-depth interview on a range of important topics, including propaganda, Russiagate, mass shootings, and more.
The Weinstein sexual harassment story is just an example of behavioral patterns that have long been playing out on college campuses.
A surprising link between US foreign policy and violence on America’s streets. Philosopher, cultural critic and author Laurie Calhoun explains what US behavior abroad has to do with domestic gun culture.
The US is protecting, funding and covering up for Ugandan dictator Yoweri Museveni — under the principle that “the enemy of my enemy is my friend.”
How corporations and politicians are stimulating the dopamine and serotonin that drive our attitudes, reactions and votes.
Russ Baker updates popular radio host Pat Thurston on the investigations into President Donald Trump’s suspicious ties to the former Soviet Union and where it may all be headed, talks about the forthcoming JFK records release, and much more.
Journalist Alyssa Rosenberg has been following The Vietnam War series for over five years, and has spent much time with Ken Burns and Lynn Novick. She shares her thoughts on the film and what it means.
Barrett Brown talks with progressive Dallas City Councilman Philip Kingston about how he keeps winning elections even though establishment forces are trying to defeat him.
Americans are consumed by a fog of fear. It just may be that this is the new cultural divide — those that are afraid of everything and those that can transcend it.
As if flood and winds aren’t enough, hurricane victims must also deal with carcinogenic toxins floating into their backyards.
Lauri Love, accused of stealing large amounts of data from US government agencies, continues to fight extradition to the United States where he faces 99 years in federal prison.
Russ Baker talks about his deep profile of Trump-Russia connected lawyer Michael Cohen.
The United States is trying to deliver 21st century energy over early 20th century wires.
Barrett Brown and Barry Eisler examine whether the Deep State even exists today, or is there simply no leadership smart enough to keep it going.