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The Nation

Magazine

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.

Articles

News and Features

Roberto Clemente, Ernie Davis, Ted Williams and many more. The Nation's readers choose their childhood sports heroes.

Muhammad Ali, Hank Aaron, Gordie Howe and many more. The Nation's readers choose their childhood sports heroes.

Hayes will join MSNBC this September as the host of its new weekend show and remain at The Nation as editor-at-large.

Orhan Pamuk, Alexander Theroux, Colm Toibin and much more. Find out what books Nation readers are poring over this summer and let us know what's on your list.

Highlights from The Nation's sports reporting over the past one hundred years.

Highlights from over three decades of Nation coverage of Murdoch and his global empire.

Jennifer Egan, Tony Judt, Sontag remembered and more! Find out what Nation staffers are reading this summer and tell us what's on your list.

Nation readers offer fresh and creative ideas on how to reimagine capitalism.

The full text of President Barack Obama's speech, "A Moment of Opportunity," as prepared for delivery at the US Department of State, May 19, 2011.

Blogs

Each week, Nation interns pick compelling stories in their areas of interest.
On May 17th at 5pm, Nation readers are invited to participate in a live chat on the role of testing in education reform with writer Dana...
Share your story and tell our elected reps what impact student debt has on your ability to study, learn and enter a profession of your...
Each week, Nation interns pick compelling stories in their areas of interest.
What lifestyle choices has the recession forced on you?
Each week, Nation interns pick compelling stories in their areas of interest.
Robert Applebaum, founder of ForgiveStudentLoanDebt.com, answers questions on student loan debt in this video segment.
Occupy Student Debt is staging several events today to commemorate the total amount of student debt passing $1 trillion.