From Ferguson to Baltimore, the message is clear: protest at your peril.
The fallout from the Edward Snowden fiasco wasn’t just political—it was largely economic.
In 1950, Baltimore was the sixth-most-populous city in the country. Today, it is 26th, and its remaining poor black residents are cut off from their more affluent neighbors.
There’s a world of urgent discourse beyond Dyson, West, and Gates.
After a more permissive approach to protests in the fall, de Blasio’s NYPD has returned to Occupy-era tactics of violent repression.
As the nation marks the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War, the efforts of the anti-war movement are being erased from history.
In this increasingly confined land, art is a vital escape—if you can get the instruments past the checkpoint.
Andersen first heard about the Attica uprising during a stint on Rikers Island. His new play brings the rebellion to life at the Public Theater.
The powerful US Attorney insists he’s not interested—but even if he changes his mind, recent legal setbacks may foil his chances.
A Nation investigation looks at the shuttering of needed trauma centers, beginning with those on Chicago’s violent South Side.