The brief detention of Pussy Riot members is only the latest in a series of oppressive arrests at this Olympics.
The Nation’s editor celebrated the recent successes of the Affordable Care Act in a roundtable on ABC’s This Week.
Just by virtue of being born black in America, young men like Jordan Davis and Trayvon Martin face violence daily.
The Pentagon’s whitewashed history of the Vietnam War provokes troubling questions about how the invasion of Iraq will one day be remembered.
If anything, reporting on the NSA’s overreach has revealed just how dangerous to our freedoms the agency’s surveillance practices really are.
If Republicans want to be more appealing, they should return to their roots as a party that put “the man (and woman) before the dollar.”
Most of the prominent figures involved in the Bridgegate scandal—including Port Authority general counsel Philip Kwon—were directly appointed by Governor Christie.
Eric with the latest reviews and Reed on Ted Cruz.
It’s still possible to remember, almost nostalgically, how the Fifth Amendment used to guarantee Americans due process.
The merger doesn’t just impact the marketplace of cable; it threatens the marketplace of ideas.
Greg Mitchell shares some videos of Kevin Spacey.
“Sochi is the land of Circassians. They can’t hide this anymore.”
The Nation's sports editor Dave Zirin will join former luge competitor Samantha Retrosi to take reader questions on the politics of the Olympic games.
Dunn fatally shot Jordan Davis, an unarmed black teenager, in 2012 during a dispute over loud music. He was found guilty on three charges of attempted murder.
It was clear then, as it is now, that "free-trade" agreements are disasters for workers and the environment.
A little wonkish background on the arrest and release of Brooklyn pastor Orlando Findlayter.