Prison-based gerrymandering; a college journalist's big scoop about Bill Clinton; our day in court
GOOD MEDICINE: "When you're face to face with a patient, you
can't worry about the fact that they can't pay," says Dr.
The Nation's Chris Hayes and National Review's Reihan Salam debate whether the US is now a socialist nation...and whether that is a good thing.
The latest political sex scandal isn't a scandal at all but a circumstance as old and common as time.
The Nation and the NAACP; democracy derailed in Honduras; Sotomayor and Ricci
Sebastian Jones on healthcare reform, Nisa Qazi on refugees in Pakistan, John Nichols on NOW's Kim Gandy
John Nichols on antiwar Democrats, Corbin Hiar on Greenland and global warming, The Nation Associates on Ning
An oil giant settles in human rights lawsuit; Virginia's Mr. Anonymous wins primary; American reporters convicted in North Korea; Doris Shaffer remembered.
Voting rights for Kuwaiti women; Steve Earle's tribute to Townes Van Zandt; remembering Amos Elon
The Nation's Katrina vanden Heuvel debates Joe Scarborough on the tenets of conservatism and the legacy of Ronald Reagan.