Katrina vanden Heuvel on predistribution, John Nichols on an anti-union law smack-down, Lucy McKeon on the fight for justice in the death of Ramarley Graham
Ryan Devereaux on a SEAL’s bin Laden book, Ari Melber on Obama and Twitter, Michael Youhana on Marines in Guatemala, Dave Zirin on the NFL and LGBT rights
Katrina vanden Heuvel on subsidized CEOs, Marisa Carroll on Obamacare and transgender people, Brett Warnke on the US and South Korea
John Nichols on Romney’s Libor pals, George Zornick on Colorado’s gun laws, Michael Z. Youhana on WikiLeaks in Guatemala and Zoë Schlanger on tar sands.
Jacob Remes on the student strikes in Quebec; plus, a well-deserved prize for Katha Pollitt
Johann Hari's piece "The Wrong Kind of Green" takes mainstream environmental groups to task for selling out their principles, often in exchange for money from the worst polluters. We invited a range of green groups mentioned in the article to respond to Hari's arguments in this special online forum.
Over fourteen decades, The Nation has criticized, supported, debated, satirized and glorified what Valentine's Day stands for: love, sex and marriage.
Uninsured Americans have arguably the highest stake in the outcome of the healthcare debate--so why are they absent from the national conversation over its fate?
Friends of The Nation and of Howard Zinn offer recollections of the man, his work, and his impact on thinkers and activists.
The Nation asked members of our community and beyond: looking back at Obama's first year in office, what was the high point, and what was your sharpest disappointment?