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Black Lives Matter
Special Issue: The Water Crisis
Yesterday 10:51 am
A New Populism Is Driving American Politics
This time there’s two coalitions of the disaffected
and they couldn’t be further apart.
Yesterday 10:34 am
Why I’m Going to Miss Jon Stewart
And how will we watch the GOP debates without him?
Katrina vanden Heuvel
Yesterday 6:00 am
Obligatory Donald Trump Cartoon
Have you heard how outrageous he is?
July 27, 2015
Are You Haitian?
American media upped its coverage of the Dominican Republic’s internment and deportation practices, but the repression of Haitians continues.
July 25, 2015
July 25, 2010: WikiLeaks Releases Secret Documents About the US War in Afghanistan
Jeremy Scahill on the “brief moment when it seemed the contents of the WikiLeaks documents would spark an inquiry into what they say about the war and the way the United States is conducting it.”
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July 24, 2015
Donald Trumps the Media
We think he’s dead, but Franken-Donald keeps coming back.
July 24, 2015
Did ISIL Arise Partly Because of Climate Change?
Martin O’Malley was ridiculed by the right for correctly noting the role of climate-induced drought in causing Syria’s instability. The bad news is that this is only the beginning.
July 17, 2015
Luther the Anger Translator No Longer Needed as Obama Fights for the Iranian Deal
Obama’s impatience with the stagecraft of the White House press conference hints at a long overdue rhetorical change.
July 16, 2015
Serfing the Web: On-Demand Workers Deserve a Place at the Table
Workers’ voices are being excluded from discussions on the future of the “sharing economy.”
July 14, 2015
Why 100 Black Intellectuals Rallied Behind This Professor
Many black intellectuals want and need to engage with an audience outside the ivory tower—but these public conversations leave them vulnerable to attack.