The cuts ought to be seen as only a down payment on the level of defense spending reductions that are really needed.
Amid the push for a more progressive New York, City Council wrestles with complicated questions about how to divvy up power.
In Miami, no one gave much of a chance to young boxer Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr. against the champ, Sonny Liston. It wouldn’t be the last time Clay would shock the world.
There is nothing progressive about defending Russia’s role in Syria, no matter how one packages it.
Congress continues to debate changes to the military justice system after decades of scandals, investigatory panels and trials have failed to stem the sexual assault epidemic.
The Nation’s Stephen Cohen warns that America’s rush to pick sides in Ukraine will likely lead to a new ‘Cold War divide.’
Greg Mitchell revisits the Wendy Davis NYT cover controversy.
Youth and students around the country are mobilizing, preparing to return to the White House to demand action in what could be the most crucial environmental decision of Obama’s presidency: the approval or rejection of Keystone XL.
Michael Sam’s press conference showed a young man who isn’t looking to be a trailblazer. He just wants to play football. That may have to be enough.
It is time to call out politicians who use the authority of government to weaken existing unions and to thrwart the right to organize.
De Blasio closes shoddy shelters, and eyes a bigger fix.
The oil industry is getting increasingly cozy with the Committee, which has undermined efforts to tackle global warming and air pollution.