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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.


News and Features

Feminist Linda Hirshman on women in the workplace.

Walter Benn Michaels: Diversity is no cure-all.

To build better campuses, students should get more involved.

Spring Awakening is a highly politicized play that explores the sexuality of young teenagers and the adult heartache that can accompany it.

Myanmar's brutal ruler Than Shwe is angling for the honor.

Activists and disenfranchised former felons restore voting rights in Rhode Island.

Community protests anti-Native American imagery.

Hundreds of students gather for World AIDS Day demonstration in DC.

A T-shirt campaign brings students out of the closet.


A story The Nation broke eight weeks ago about the growing movement of active-duty military dissenters against the war will get a...
Ouch. It hurts to listen to. This was Representative John Conyers,speaking to a troops-out demonstration this past January in WashingtonDC...
Italian Prime Minister resigned yesterday after his center-left coalition government lost a crucial foreign policy vote in the Senate....
The Washington Post has a front page story today on how progressive groups are putting pressure on Ellen Tauscher, the chairwoman of the...
Over at TAPPED, Scott Lemieux makes the case that we have more to fear from Alito and Roberts than we do from Thomas and Scalia: Scalia...
A teacher, hospital charity worker and father of four, Adel Hamad has been a prisoner at Guantanamo for five years. Like most other...
As I write this from Cairo at 11:30 a.m. Monday local time, U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is meeting in Jerusalem with Israeli...
By a comfortable margin of 246 to 182, the US House on Friday adopted a resolution denouncing President Bush's "surge" of more American...