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Three young men who fled the fighting in South Sudan return home to reunite with loved ones.

On the Oct. 19 edition of Bill Moyers' Journal The Nation 's Jeremy Scahill tells of how Blackwater USA President Erik Prince sent armed guards to New Orleans to provide security to affluent neighborhoods in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

The Nation's international correspondent journeys deep into the heart of the Congo Basin woodlands to see how a massive logging boom is decimating the world's second-largest tropical forest.

A schoolyard fight in Jena, Louisiana, fueled by hateful symbols of the Jim Crow era, prompted John Mellencamp to write this song. Watch the video.

Nation correspondent Jeremy Scahill explains in this September 17 CNN interview the story behind the Iraqi government's decision to ban Blackwater USA, following an incident in which its operatives were implicated in the killings of eight Iraqis.

In this VideoNation report, Nation columnist Naomi Klein explains how after 9/11 the Bush Administration launched a new security economy, driven by the notion of an endless war against an undefined evil.

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Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown in the fourth in a series of conversations on the issues at stake for America's cities in Campaign 08.

" The federal government talks a good game about homeland security. And yet cities, like Los Angeles, are constantly struggling to get the resources we need to provide that security. "

Stop corporate robots from taking over the Web. Freespeech.org explains how relentless marketing and data-mining puts your privacy in peril.

Predatory lending is the biggest economic crisis since 1929, especially for the black and brown people caught in its grip.

Democratic candidates need to make the war a campaign issue, and hammer away at the staggering economic and human costs of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

In this cut from Blue Man/Red State,a documentary on Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson, Juneau peace activists give Nation Editor Katrina vanden Heuvel a warm welcome and a helping hand.