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The Nation is America's oldest weekly news magazine, and one of the most widely read magazines in the world for politics, news and culture.

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According to Tim Wu, the Internet as we know it is under attack.

All the action from this year’s conference

Tune in all day Thursday to watch Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, Sherrod Brown and others at the New Populism Conference.

The third in a series of debates between The Nation and The National Review, moderated by Roll Call.

The second in a series of debates between The Nation and The National Review, moderated by Roll Call.

John Nichols joins the independent senator from Vermont to talk about ways to reduce America’s runaway inequality, this Friday at 7pm EST.

The first in an ongoing series of debates hosted by Roll Call, National Review and The Nation.

“I realized that…the most likely outcome of returning this information to public hands would be that I would spend the rest of my life in prison. I did it because I thought it was the right thing to do.”

The progressive revival, from the asphalt up.

The Nation's sports editor Dave Zirin will join former luge competitor Samantha Retrosi to take reader questions on the politics of the Olympic games.

Blogs

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Remember when your parents used to say, if you study hard you can grow up to be President? Remember when it was, well, the job to aspire to...