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150th Anniversary Issue
Today 4:01 pm
Bernie Sanders: ‘I Applaud the People of Greece’
Bernie Sanders, Joe Stiglitz, and Dan Cantor on the necessity of voting “no” to austerity measures.
Today 3:32 pm
This Airline’s Scheduling System Is Making Its Pilots Exhausted
Would you want to travel with a company whose scheduling system is leading to fatigue and burnout for the people flying your plane?
Today 3:31 pm
A Worker’s Take on the New Overtime Proposal
Lifting the overtime threshold could give Lora McCrary an extra $15,000 a year to put towards retirement.
Wendi C. Thomas
Today 1:55 pm
Despite the Settlement Talks, Don’t Expect the NYPD to Stop Spying on Muslims
Mayor de Blasio’s break with Bloomberg on surveillance is far from clean.
Today 12:16 pm
Why I’m Done Defending Women’s Sports
While I’m being asked why “no one cares,” the Women’s World Cup is getting ratings that would make the NBA or MLB weep with joy.
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Today 11:08 am
Greek Voters to Eurozone: We Can’t and Won’t Do This Anymore
A “No” vote meant acknowledging the end of the fantasy of a benevolent, neutral Europe and taking a leap of faith into the unknown.
Today 10:00 am
Why the Presidential Candidates Should Reject Donations From Fossil-Fuel Companies
See which candidates signed
’s call to neither solicit nor accept campaign contributions from any oil, gas, or coal company.
Today 10:00 am
Tell the 2016 Presidential Candidates: Refuse Campaign Contributions From Fossil-Fuel Companies
and 350 Action in calling on 2016 presidential candidates to refuse campaign contributions from fossil fuel companies and to fight to keep fossil fuels in the ground.
Today 9:51 am
July 6, 1865: The First Issue of ‘The Nation’ Is Published
he week has been singularly barren of exciting events.”
Today 7:00 am
What Would Our Founder, Frederick Law Olmsted, Think of TheNation.com?
Olmsted’s original mission statement for
ridiculed daily newspapers in language that applies to much Internet journalism today.