Rep. Jim McDermott and Nation editorial board member Tom Hayden discuss how the US can end the Iraq war quickly and responsibly.
Rep. John Conyers and Rep. Barbara Lee discuss what a progressive policy on world hunger and the spread of HIV would look like.
The Nation's reporter in Georgia talks about being assaulted by Ossetian paramilitaries. Plus: A DNC preview.
China's middle class ambitions; the Democrats' quest for blue-collar votes.
Betsy Reed, Amy Alexander, Chris Hayes and Michael Tomasky debate the legacy of the media's 2008 election coverage.
Should President Bush be tried as a war criminal? An interview with Vincent Bugliosi. Plus: Bob Moser on Democrats and the South.
How a Republican strategy to control politics on a local level affects the entire nation—politically, socially and beyond.
The grassroots victory shows that concern for fundamental issues such as health and clean water transcends party politics.
Iraq vet, former financial adviser and OWS protester Derek McGee reflects on the changes that have occurred in this country since September 11, 2001.
Will the state's Republicans respond more to Gingrich's social conservative act, or Romney's businessman persona?
The former "killer lobbyist" and convicted felon explains that although it will be difficult, the system he exploited must be changed.
Abramoff made a lot of powerful friends during his days peddling influence in DC, but he never took a shining to Newt.