Pushed by Obama to dismantle illegal settlements, Netanyahu manipulates the media to show Israel will end up in a civil war if the White House stands firm.
The biggest names in Wall Street banking are back to business as usual. And if they're wrong in declaring the financial crisis over, the big losers will be President Obama and the American taxpayer.
With the departure of George W. Bush and Dick Cheney from Washington and the arrival of Barack Obama, it may just be back to the future when it comes to torture policy.
The Nation's Ari Melber gives varying degrees of success to President Obama's claims of transparency.
Graduates of the Bush years, initiates of the Obama era, here's a commencement address that's suitably obscure and yet somehow ringing.
Obama's signature economic reforms are under siege. Without a grassroots challenge to business as usual, we won't get the change we were promised, much less the change we need.
The Obama administration is focused on cutting healthcare costs, but that may be easier said than done.
So far, there's much to be optimistic about. But the bank bailout and Afghanistan policy are cause for continued concern.
Listen to full audio of The Nation's spirited Washington DC forum, "Obama @ 100: A Progress Report from The Nation."
Three months into the Obama era, the euphoria of the election has begun to dissipate.