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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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"I try to put a little extra love in each seam I stitch, or epoxy, or hot-glue, or heat-seal," said factory worker Weninng Panggi.

The Secretary of Education's latest report doesn't get an "A" grade.

One of the most recognizable faces in news answers questions about Daniel Pearl, the documentary, and the state of journalism in our society.

In the latest feminist battle, men should do more than observe.

The President urged Congress Tuesday to pass an appropriations bill that would enable expanded drilling of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge's animals.

Protesters gather in DC to promote Iraq withdrawal.

Hundreds protest as Gallaudet's hiring controversy escalates.

The President narrowly missed his Air Force One flight to Boise after arriving just moments after the plane's doors had closed.

Military generals are beginning to speak out against the incompetent, out-of-touch civilian leadership that is orchestrating the Iraq War.


"I hate gay people." "I'm homophobic." "I don't like to be around gay people." I did a google search for these phrases, and lo and behold,...
Note to members of the United States House of Representatives on both sides of aisle: Soliders are people. Some volunteered out of...
The Military Commissions Act passed by Congress last year and brokered by John McCain gave the Bush Administration enormous power to...
After recalling his campaign swings through his home state of Minnesota on behalf of the late Paul Wellstone, comedian, author and activist...
Did the Bush Administration miss a major opportunity in the spring of 2003 to engage Iran and stabilize the Middle East? Two high-ranking...
The House today begins debate on a simple two paragraph non-binding resolution [pdf] opposing President Bush's escalation in Iraq. After...
I've never met Drew Gilpin Faust, the new president of Harvard, and I confess to being unfamiliar with her work. But from what I've read...
Who are the 25 most corrupt officials in the Bush Administration? Where does one even start? With Scooter Libby, on trial for lying to...