One year after their revolution, Egyptians are facing a much deeper struggle.
To reconnect with the Latino vote that helped elect him in 2008, Obama needs to take two important steps.
Faced with the retail giant's continued suppression and intimidation, Walmart workers have found untraditional ways to unionize.
"Chimera," "Strike!" and "All the Whiskey in Heaven"
Lizzy Ratner argues that the food stamp program is one of the few American safety net institutions that actually functions.
The human crisis caused by extreme unequal distribution of wealth did not happen overnight. So why hasn't there been nation-wide populist movements like Occupy Wall Street until now?
Naomi Klein asks if the economy is at risk, or if it's really capitalism? Plus, Annabelle Gurwitch and the celebrating the death of the GOP.
Jen Marlowe reports on Darfur, Eli Pariser on MoveOn and a new sex columnist weighs in on Barack and Michelle.
The Nation's Ari Melber and Jon Pincus tackle FISA, Elizabeth Holtzman talks impeachment--plus more on war resisters in Canada and the subprime mortgage crisis.
Katrina vanden Heuvel on the meaning of patriotism this July 4. Plus, some of our most compelling interviews from the first half of 2008.
The Nation's Betsy Reed, Business Observer's Doug Henwood and other guests discuss whether Barack Obama can be a 'people's president'.
Tom Engelhardt on oil, Iraq and empire; Ava Lowery on anti-war activism; Mike Connery on the power of young voters.