Christian Parenti reports on who really rules Afghanistan, Naomi Klein exposes Carlyle's cover up and Stuart Klawans reviews "Team America" and "Hearts and Minds."
As the final week of the campaign season expires (this column goes to press on October 27), George W.
The Nation Institute is pleased to announce the first Alfred A. Knobler Journalism Fellow.
From the start of his independent campaign for the presidency early this year, Ralph Nader constantly argued that he would draw as many or more votes from Republican George W.
As I write, several days before the election, Congress's last-minute effort to enact the 9/11 Commission's recommendations appears to have stalled, largely because of disagreement over the scope
As the right wing's antifeminist front, the sisters of the Independent Women's Forum have been such a hit in this country that they're now getting taxpayer money to take their act on the road.
The civilians of Falluja are negotiating to stave off a threatened US-led military incursion.
"I want to cast my vote in favor of the United Nations."
Less than twenty-four hours after The Nation disclosed that former Secretary of State James Baker and the Carlyle Group were involved in a secret deal to profit from Iraq's debt to Kuwait,
Even though we've lived with it for more than thirty years now, it's hard not to marvel at the effectiveness of the right's campaign to intimidate, cajole and complain their way into favorable tr
Six more days till the election. As of this writing (October 27), nothing is certain. The election polls are bouncing around like yo-yos.
Dr. Deborah Richter has advocated state-sponsored health insurance for every Vermonter, at nearly fifty Rotary Clubs plus chambers of commerce and boardrooms.
Travistan will keep kids asking questions about music, politics and life.
In the players' handbooks that once circulated among commedia dell'arte troupes, the wandering actors of early modern Italy used to set down inventories of the lazzi, or comic turns
The remarkably gifted artist Francesca Woodman abruptly ended her brief life and career on January 19, 1981, leaping to her death from a window in her New York studio.