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Her new book reconsiders how democratic the digital world really is.
In 2008, progressives won control of City Hall. Now, as elections loom, Chevron wants to take it back.
And vows to fight for people who got screwed by Wall Street.
How a US government loan enabled an environmentally destructive project plagued by lethal landslide, police repression and civil unrest.
Averting planetary disaster will mean forcing fossil fuel companies to give up at least $10 trillion in wealth.
Big Carbon is where Big Tobacco was, before it started losing.
The New York real estate market has become a private equity playground, and the result has been a disaster for tenants and the market alike.
Paul Singer is one of the Republican Party’s most effective fundraisers—and a leading proponent of using military force against Tehran.
Now that household items connect to the Internet, what people do with their private lives will be monitored ever more closely.
The conservative businessman and activist talks to The Nation about his unlikely support for raising the minimum wage, his views on immigration and more.
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