"Everybody thought everybody was fooling everybody. And both of us were probably right to a certain extent, everybody was fooling each of us."
According to a new lawsuit, the Filipino guest workers were subject to sixteen-hour shifts and abusive treatment at the hands of their bosses.
Stephen Cohen discusses whether the ceasefire, enforced by Minsk II, has the potential to return the Russian-Ukrainian border to the Kiev government.
The Nation published a letter opposing “this most vicious and class-discriminatory piece of legislation.”
Starbucks’ “Race Together” campaign rings false as cases of police brutality multiply.
Some Democrats and health groups say this Senate bill is even worse than the outdated Toxic Substances Control Act of 1976.
Writing “Race Together” on a coffee cup is not a solution to institutional racism—but it is a burden on an already underpaid workforce.
The importance of the Congressional Progressive Caucus's "The Peoples' Budget"
The Nation’s archives, Henry James wrote in our fiftieth anniversary issue, “compose the record of the general life of civilization.”
Netanyahu won on the back of racism, making liberal support for Israel impossible. But Washington will likely persist.