News and Features
Today's “right to life” rhetoric is a bizarre cross between the theological imperative to be fruitful and multiply and the fetishism of microbiological cellular promise.
The individual mandate is not a threat to fundamental liberties.
Why Americans need to be patient with healthcare reform.
The congresswoman and Senate candidate talks to The Nation about fair trade, Citizens United and what healthcare reform really means for Wisconsin.
Students miss 50 million hours of school each year because of dental problems. A hearing Wednesday confronts the crisis.
The controversy provided a long-overdue spotlight on the difference between feminism as a brand and feminism as a political movement.
Obama and America's hundred-year struggle over healthcare reform.
Bucking its reputation as a city addicted to the automobile, Long Beach, California, establishes the nation’s first officially “bike-friendly” business districts.
The insurance program is facing its toughest challenges just as the health reform law is poised to expand eligibility for millions of Americans.
Anne Rophie’s Art and Madness, Millicent Monk’s Songs of Three Islands, Maisie Houghton’s Pitch Uncertain.