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Whatever his party label, Mayor Michael Bloomberg's firmest loyalties are to Wall Street. Why is his Democratic opponent unwilling to forcefully challenge him on economic issues?
Yes, primaries can be divisive and expensive. But the Democratic Party is usually at its best when it trusts grassroots activists and voters to make choices.
The Nation's editor and publisher, Katrina vanden Heuvel, discusses the danger conservative Democrats pose to fixing our broken healthcare system.
Nation contributor Melissa Harris-Lacewell talks to MSNBC's Keith Olbermann about philandering politicians and why their private affairs matter to the public.
The Republicans may now be "the party of no," but it remains to be seen who exactly the Democrats are.
The Nation's Chris Hayes reflects on the diminishing prospects of a Republican return to the White House in 2012.
Mark Sanford today took the apology press conference to a whole new level, removing yet another name from the ever-shortening list of 2012 GOP presidential contenders.
South Carolina governor and 2012 GOP hopeful Mark Sanford admits to an extra-marital affair, but won't say if he'll resign.
If Democrats don't stand up to the banking lobby, it's unlikely that necessary and real credit reform will take place.
The GOP called a special session to debate a rebranding resolution... for the Democratic Party.
- Responses to Noam Chomsky on Israel-Palestine and BDS
- The Real Reason Pot Is Still Illegal
- Losing to Germany Wasn’t Actually the Worst Thing to Happen to Brazil This World Cup
- The GOP’s Completely Incoherent Stance on the Border Crisis
- The Senate Judiciary Committee Just Backed an Amendment to Overturn ‘Citizens United’
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