Brett Story is a freelance journalist and independent documentary
filmmaker based out of Montreal, and a 2008 spring intern for The Nation.
Every year, The Nation cruise brings together supporters of the magazine with its writers, contributors and heros.
The Nation's Christian Parenti explains how the growing industry of wind turbines can reduce harmful pollution and ultimately wean China off its coal addiction.
The change in leadership at the New York state level seems poised to make a dramatic change to the state's Rockefeller Drug Laws.
Nation columnnist JoAnn Wypijewski discusses the troubling conviction of Priest Paul Shanley, which has been appealed to the Massachusetts Supreme Court.
The Nation's Jeremy Scahill reports that while Blackwater's Iraq contract won't be renewed, the powerful military corporation has no plans to slow down.
Robert Pollin and Liza Featherstone explore the potential of a green economy and the importance of achieving it the right way.