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We are delighted to announce the winners of The Nation’s seventh annual Student Writing Contest, Andrew Gambrione and Tess Saperstein.

This year’s historic strike wave is an indictment not just of the retail giant’s business model but of our broken labor laws.

The “rising American electorate” carried Obama and a strong slate of Democrats to victory.

Whoever wins on November 6, progressive campaigns will continue to target the tiny elite that rules the country.

The 1972 Democratic presidential nominee, who died at 90 on October 21, embraced and inspired the struggle for peace and economic and social justice.

While Mayor Bloomberg and Ray Kelly defend stop-and-frisk, a damning video is fueling the fight for police accountability in New York City.

Outrageous GOP attacks on women could result in a repeat of the 1992 phenomenon, which saw an upsurge in women elected to Congress.

Whatever disappointments progressives have with Obama's first term, we have a profound interest in the popular rejection of the Romney/Ryan ticket.

The right’s war on democracy underscores the need for a constitutionally protected right to vote.

There’s much more behind the demonstrations than anger at one bigoted YouTube clip.