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Definitions for a new age
Our government is treating Snowden as the most dangerous global outlaw simply because the information he released does not make us look good.
Last week, eight candidates in New York City's upcoming mayoral election spoke on issues of policing and criminal justice at a forum co-sponsored by The Nation.
There’s something wrong when the number of young black men stopped by police in New York City exceeds the number of young black men actually living in the city.
As Kimberly McCarthy was put to death—the 500th Texas prisoner executed since 1982—protesters and crime victims alike came to bear witness.
Close encounters of the lower-tech kind.
The Court’s ruling in Windsor v. United States strikes a powerful blow against the right-wing notion that Judeo-Christian morality justifies discrimination.
US politicians should check their history before going after whistleblowers for daring to challenge the excesses of state power.
How Washington’s and Beijing’s visions for the future may turn into a nightmare.
There is a revolution afoot—one that is being carried out by the government against the fundamental law of the land.