Journalist, activist and author, Naomi Klein, says climate change could be an opportunity to demand a better world. We talk to her about her new book, 'This Changes Everything: Capitalism Vs. the Climate.'
Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, announced this week a settlement construction plan in East Jerusalem, despite international condemnation. Jeff Halper, director of the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions, joins us to discuss the troubled Peace Process.
Deforestation in West Africa has forced bats to leave their homes and move to areas populated by humans, according to journalist Janet Ginsburg. She explains why she believes this could have contributed to the Ebola outbreak.
For the second time this year the Pakistani government has suspended the license of a private television news channel. We'll find out why Amnesty International says these suspensions are 'politically motivated.'
After 20 people were infected with Ebola in Nigeria, the country has not seen a new case in 42 days. The World Health Organization has declared the country free of Ebola virus transmission. WHO's Incident Manager for Ebola in Nigeria tells us how they contained the virus.