Katrina vanden Heuvel is Editor and Publisher of The Nation.
She is a frequent commentator on American and international politics on ABC, MSNBC, CNN and PBS. Her articles have appeared in The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, Foreign Policy magazine and The Boston Globe.
She writes a weekly web column for The Washington Post. Her blog "Editor's Cut" appears at thenation.com.
She is the author of The Change I Believe In: Fighting for Progress in The Age of Obama (Nation Books, 2011). She is also the editor of Meltdown: How Greed and Corruption Shattered Our Financial System and How We Can Recover and co-editor of Taking Back America--And Taking Down The Radical Right.
Rush Limbaugh would should skip the juvenile hurricane jokes and summon up some genuine empathy for the victims of Hurricane Katrina.
In February 1917 bread riots, led by women, many of them elderly, broke out in the center of St. Petersburg.
The Bush Adminstration's ten biggest scandals.
Applying the lessons of 2004.
The bloody end to the hostage crisis in Beslan resulted in unfathomable human suffering.
The prospect of hanging, Dr. Johnson said, concentrates the mind wonderfully. The threat posed by George W.
these old hands are taking a stand against the most arrogant and incompetent foreign policy in their lifetimes.
Third-quarter GDP grew by 8.2 percent, October unemployment dropped to 6 percent, manufacturing orders are soaring, the stock market is up--as are profits, the value of stock options and CEO sala
I know how to work hard but not how to play. Take last summer. On my first night of vacation, I went to bed with David Brock's Blinded By the Right.
William Kristol's April 7 editorial in The Weekly Standard denouncing
critics of the war on Iraq as "anti-American" is startlingly reminiscent
of the menacing directives issued for decad