In the 1990s, targeted killing was highly controversial. Today, the practice is barely questioned. What happened in between?
The annual Ridenhour Prizes recognize acts of truth-telling that protect the public interest, promote social justice or illuminate a more just vision of society.
It wasn't easy, but artists, musicians and activists met Thatcher's brutal tactics with compassionate responses.
The growing threats of nuclear war and environmental catastrophe make it hard to bet on the survival of our species.
How did debt reduction become Washington's number one priority?
"We're not going to outspend the fossil fuel industry," the 350.org founder explains. "We have to find other currencies to work in, and those are the currencies of movements."
Why isn't Phil Donahue back on television? Because he speaks the truth.
John McCain thinks America's financial crisis is just "psychological." If he can't understand our country's economic problems, how will he solve them?
We'd expect Fox News to cover Barack Obama unfairly, but who knew the so-called "liberal media" would follow their lead so often?
In three days of wrenching public testimony in Washington, DC, Iraq War veterans shared the horrors of war.
In this interview with RealNews, Nation Correspondent Jeremy Scahill explains how Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama differ on the use of private security contractors in Iraq.
On MSNBC's Morning Joe, Nation editor and publisher Katrina vanden Heuvel talks about the Spitzer scandal and what it means for New York.