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A Federal Court Orders Wisconsin to Stop Suppressing the Vote

The state must investigate the DMV’s failure to issue voter IDs in time for the November election.

Ari Berman

Election 2016

Donald Trump Is Being Outplayed by Women—and He’s Losing His Mind Over It

The GOP nominee’s pathological sexism could be what kills his presidential hopes. Good.

Joan Walsh
Election 2016

My Post-Debate Blues, or, How a Rude Egomaniac Has Effectively Channeled Working-Class Anger

In his clumsy way, Trump is defining a new industrial policy and exposing the stupidity of American “exceptionalism.”

William Greider
World Leaders

The Shimon Peres Palestinians Can’t Forget

The bulk of his career actually undermined the peace he claimed to be seeking.

Yousef Munayyer
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Election 2016

Donald Trump Is Being Outplayed by Women—and He’s Losing His Mind Over It

The GOP nominee’s pathological sexism could be what kills his presidential hopes. Good.

Joan Walsh

My Post-Debate Blues, or, How a Rude Egomaniac Has Effectively Channeled Working-Class Anger

In his clumsy way, Trump is defining a new industrial policy and exposing the stupidity of American “exceptionalism.”

William Greider

Post-Bernie Blaze Fires Up His Democratic-Socialist Delegates

Although Bernie’s run stopped short of the nomination, his delegates are continuing to push for his politics across the country.

Elizabeth Henderson

Podcast: The United States of Anxiety

Our New Podcast: The United States of Anxiety

Sometimes it feels like a huge swath of the country has lost its mind. We partner with WNYC to ask: What’s going on in Election 2016?

Kai Wright

The United States of Anxiety, Episode 1: Why Does Trump Appeal to So Many Voters?

On Long Island, two different communities are both working for their American Dream.

Kai Wright

The United States of Anxiety, Episode 2: Segregation and the Trump Phenomenon

Following World War II, the suburbs offered three key attractions: They were safe; they were secure; and they were segregated.

Kai Wright
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Shimon Peres

The Shimon Peres Palestinians Can’t Forget

The bulk of his career actually undermined the peace he claimed to be seeking.
Yousef Munayyer

When major figures die, the remembrances begin to pour in. The narratives created about those who have gone are supposed to tell us a lot about them. But what we choose to remember and how we choose to remember tell us great deal about us as well. In the case… Continue Reading >

Books & the Arts

Deep Stories

Arlie Russell Hochschild journeys into the heart of Trump Country.

John B. Judis

Leopoldine Core’s Concrete Jungle

In her new collection, Core evidences a serious concern not just with what happens in a story, but also where it occurs.

Alina Cohen

Everything Is Interesting

Nicholson Baker goes back to school.

Evan Kindley

Watch and Listen

Watch: There Are People in Jail Right Now Because They Don‘t Have $500

“People are here because they are poor, and it’s a perpetual cycle.”

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Listen: Katha Pollitt: It’s Time to Get Active for Hillary

Plus, Kai Wright on Trump’s supporters and D.D. Guttenplan on the British left.

September 29, 2016

Watch: Stopped-and-Frisked: ‘For Being a F**king Mutt’

A secret audio recording of a stop-and-frisk in action sheds unprecedented light on a practice that has put the city's young people of color in the NYPD's crosshairs.

October 8, 2012

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4 Simple Ways to Help 44 Million Americans With Student Debt

The student-loan-debt crisis is very real, yet policies have failed to respond with any urgency.

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