The Bottom Line
Al Jazeera English gets to the bottom line on US politics and policies and how they affect the world. A weekly discussion show moderated by @SCClemons.
Anthropologist Wade Davis argues that racism and wealth disparity have eroded social solidarity among Americans.
The former director of the CDC talks about the Delta variant, booster shots and the world’s unvaccinated.
Critics of the hasty exit from Afghanistan warn about long-term implications for the United States and its partners.
While some argue that it’s a hyped-up scam, others predict Bitcoin will hit $100,000 before the end of 2021.
After 20 years of direct intervention, Washington decides that the future of Afghanistan is for its people to decide.
The end of privacy: A global investigation exposes the scope and danger posed by Israeli spyware Pegasus.
The US speaks of non-proliferation but is spending billions to upgrade its nuclear arsenal.
Veteran journalist Chris Matthews reflects on politics, American style.
A new film follows baby exotic animals from cute appearances on US TV shows to often wretched conditions later on.
Big-money investors will always have the power to manipulate markets, so it is ‘Buyer Beware’ for everyone else.
After a brief absence from the public eye, the former president is holding a string of campaign rallies across the US.
We ask if this is an ‘awakening’ on the part of workers, or a temporarily blip caused by pandemic relief.