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The Impeachment of Donald Trump Is No Longer ‘Off the Table’

Incoming Judiciary Committee chair Nadler correctly says of the latest allegations: “Certainly, they’re impeachable offenses.”

John Nichols

Campaigns and Elections

The Ideas Primary

US presidential contests may seem never-ending, but if the debate is about policy—instead of personality—is that such a bad thing?

Robert L. Borosage

To the White People Who Penned Sweeping Love Letters to George H.W. Bush

Clearly, you never talked to a person of color about the Bush presidencies.

Elie Mystal

Don’t Defend Title IX. Replace It.

Anti-discrimination and affirmative-action rules don't help the Americans who need them the most. 

Nawal Arjini
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From the Magazine


ICE Puts Immigrants Into a Cruel Catch-22

By complying with one government agency, Samuel Oliver-Bruno exposed himself to deportation by another. 

Barry Yeoman

Trump’s New Pick for UN Ambassador Has Zero Foreign-Policy Credentials

Choosing Heather Nauert is a sign that his marginalization of the United Nations is nearly complete.

Barbara Crossette

A Trumpian Year in Review

In a crippled world, all the news that’s fit to splint.

Tom Engelhardt


Is Britain In Control Yet?

What Brexiteers misunderstand about national sovereignty.

Kojo Koram

We Shouldn’t Lie to Ourselves: Nonviolent Resistance Is Alive and Powerful in Gaza

It’s time for the international community to recognize and support it.

Muhammad Shehada

What’s Really Behind France’s Yellow Vest Protest?

It’s not just about the fuel tax; it’s about anger at ever-increasing burdens on the working class.

Cole Stangler


Keith Gessen’s Portrait of a Moscow Caught Between Two Worlds

His new novel, A Terrible Country, offers a heartbreakingly intimate glimpse into contemporary Russian life.

Gregory Afinogenov

Eve Ewing’s Lesson in Grassroots Sociology

The poet, academic, and Twitter star’s illuminating book on school closings in Chicago’s Southside is a model for a different kind of sociology. 

Nawal Arjini

‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ Makes a Spectacle of Nostalgia

The second season of Amy Sherman-Palladino’s show is stuck in its comfort zone.

Sarah Marshall

Watch and Listen

Listen: Heading a Hoops Conference in the Era of Big Football

WCC commissioner Gloria Nevarez joins the show to talk aspirations and challenges of leading a non-power 5 conference.

December 4, 2018

View: PHOTOS: These Students Are Sick and Tired of Gun Violence

“That could be me, my friends, my family.”

April 26, 2018

Watch: These Tenants Are Leading the Largest Rent Strike in LA History

Residents of three buildings in Central Los Angeles are refusing to pay rent until their landlord agrees to fair rent increases.

August 20, 2018


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