The Nation's Chris Hayes takes on McCain's evolving position on Hamas. Turns out he was for talking to Hamas before he was against it.
Think you can tell the difference between McCain and Bush? Take the Bush-McCain challenge!
Take a sneak peek at the new documentary series from the Brave New Foundation and The Nation.
Can the entire narrative of the last few months of the Democratic nomination fight be found in the second Star Wars film?
Since the media won't question McCain about his deeply bigoted pastor, it's up to you to call attention to this issue.
As far as Hillary Clinton is concerned, if you disagree with her gas tax plan, you're an elitist.
One of the few progressive victories to emerge from this year's elections was the defeat of corporate-supported Proposition 23 in California, which would have rolled back California's first-in-the-nation climate and environmental regulations, claiming that they were hurting the economy.
In light of the controversy surrounding Olbermann's campaign donations, should journalists be barred from being involved in politics?
According to Scahill, foreign policy isn't that different today from what it was during the Bush years—if anything, Obama has increased secrecy around issues like torture and targeted killings abroad, and has expanded the power of government to spy on US citizens.
Haiti was all over the news when an earthquake hit the island months ago, but the coverage hasn't lasted. By way of update—Hurricane Tomas dumped rain and flooded already-battered towns like Leogane over the weekend but the island's said to have "dodged" the worst.
By this past weekend, says Greg Mitchell, the media's focus had shifted from the elections to Keith Olbermann's suspension for donating money to Democratic candidates. Not a peep, of course, about the amount that MSNBC's parent company, GE, had given throughout the campaign season.
Despite all the focus on Guantánamo, are a great many of America’s domestic prisons also beyond the rule of law?