Why Aren’t We Talking About the Great News on the Economy and Crime? Why Aren’t We Talking About the Great News on the Economy and Crime?

The Democrats have a winning election message—but do they have the right messenger?

Jeet Heer

Can Kamala Harris Beat Trump? Polls Say “Yes.” Can Kamala Harris Beat Trump? Polls Say “Yes.”

The vice president’s numbers keep rising. One new survey puts her ahead of the Republican—and in a better position to beat him than Joe Biden.

John Nichols

Muslim Voters Are Sending a Message Muslim Voters Are Sending a Message

With the US election looming on the horizon, Muslim communities in the UK cast their ballots in a way that put Gaza at the forefront.

Hasan Ali

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Don’t Believe Trump When He Claims He’s Not Racist Don’t Believe Trump When He Claims He’s Not Racist

Jul 11, 2024 / Clarence Lusane

The Democrats Are Slow-Walking Into Fascism The Democrats Are Slow-Walking Into Fascism

Jul 11, 2024 / Van Gosse

Assange’s Case Shows Why Reforming the Espionage Act Is Imperative for Press Freedom Assange’s Case Shows Why Reforming the Espionage Act Is Imperative for Press Freedom

Jul 11, 2024 / Chip Gibbons

Civic Resistance in Ukraine Civic Resistance in Ukraine

Jul 11, 2024 / Paul Hockenos and Anthony Borden

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Rest in Power Jane McAlevey

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“She Usually Won.” Remembering Jane McAlevey, 1964–2024 “She Usually Won.” Remembering Jane McAlevey, 1964–2024

The Nation’s strikes correspondent believed that no one is coming to save us but us. And that we are enough.

Obituary / Katie Miles

WATCH: You Voted to Form a Union. Now What?

WATCH: You Voted to Form a Union. Now What? WATCH: You Voted to Form a Union. Now What?

In the first installment of our new The Nation Explains video series, Jane McAlevey explains the core principles that can help workers win better contracts, faster.

Jane McAlevey and her horse, Jalapeno.

From the Moment She Joined a Fight, Jane McAlevey Was in It to Win From the Moment She Joined a Fight, Jane McAlevey Was in It to Win

A bitter foe of “pretend politics,” she always said she wanted “to teach people: Can we have the confidence to win?”

Obituary / D.D. Guttenplan

Politics

Donald Trump Campaigns In Florida

Donald Trump’s New Strategy: Act Normal Donald Trump’s New Strategy: Act Normal

With the opposition in disarray, Trump and his campaign have begun exhibiting unusual restraint in hopes of expanding his support.

Chris Lehmann

People participate in a “Climate Justice Means Free Palestine!” rally outside of the Citibank headquarters on June 18, 2024, in New York City.

Young People Want Better Than Biden. But What Choice Do We Really Have? Young People Want Better Than Biden. But What Choice Do We Really Have?

The Sunrise Movement has been hesitant to endorse Biden, and we are far from alone.

Comment / Matthew Miles Goodrich

Asian elephants eating bamboo in the wild.

An Open Letter to the President of the United States An Open Letter to the President of the United States

There are worse things in life than a comfortable retirement.

Left Coast / Sasha Abramsky

Books & the Arts

Anya Taylor-Joy in “Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga.”

Why Did “Furiosa” Flop? Why Did “Furiosa” Flop?

A web of interconnected reasons might explain why George Miller’s long-awaited new entry to his Mad Max series failed in the box office.

Books & the Arts / Vikram Murthi

In Poetry’s Church

In Poetry’s Church In Poetry’s Church

More than a half century of the Poetry Project

Books & the Arts / Sasha Frere-Jones

LaToya Ruby Frazier’s “Zion, Her Mother Shea, and Her Grandfather Mr. Smiley Riding on Their Tennessee Walking Horses, Mares, P.T. (P.T.’s Miss One of a Kind), Dolly (Secretly), and Blue (Blue’s Royal Threat), Newton, Mississippi.”

LaToya Ruby Frazier Rewrites the Rules of Documentary Photography LaToya Ruby Frazier Rewrites the Rules of Documentary Photography

A new career survey at the MoMA is a perfect illustration of the photographer’s mission: to reframe how viewers see the working-class and low-income people whom she counts as kin….

Books & the Arts / Jillian Steinhauer

World

Assange’s Case Shows Why Reforming the Espionage Act Is Imperative for Press Freedom

Assange’s Case Shows Why Reforming the Espionage Act Is Imperative for Press Freedom Assange’s Case Shows Why Reforming the Espionage Act Is Imperative for Press Freedom

Representative Rashida Tlaib has proposed an amendment to do so.

Chip Gibbons

Masoud Pezeshkian visits the shrine of the Islamic Republic's founder Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini in the south of Tehran on July 6, 2024.

A Surprise Win by an Iranian Reformist A Surprise Win by an Iranian Reformist

The new president in Tehran is likely to renew outreach to the United States.

Bob Dreyfuss

Participants wave French national tricolors as fireworks light up the sky during an election night rally following the first results of the second round of France's legislative election at Place de la République in Paris on July 7, 2024.

France Avoids Disaster. Can the Olympics Do the Same? France Avoids Disaster. Can the Olympics Do the Same?

The socialist mayor of Paris has promised that the Olympics can make Paris greener, cleaner, and safer. With the left triumphant, will this actually happen?

Dave Zirin and Jules Boykoff

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These Corporations Are the  True “Winners” of the War on Gaza

These Corporations Are the True “Winners” of the War on Gaza These Corporations Are the True “Winners” of the War on Gaza

From Colt to Caterpillar, American companies are earning big profits off of Israel’s ongoing assault on Gaza, turning the horrors of war into boardroom victories.

Feature / Spencer Ackerman

Will Arizona Be MAGA’s Last Stand?

Will Arizona Be MAGA’s Last Stand? Will Arizona Be MAGA’s Last Stand?

Trump needs the state’s votes to win. But after its highest court revived an 1864 law that bans abortions, all bets are off.

Feature / Sasha Abramsky

Ferdinand Marcos Jr. and Sara Duterte celebrate during their inauguration ceremony on June 30, 2022, in Manila.

The Political Divorce Rocking the Philippines The Political Divorce Rocking the Philippines

The feud between the Dutertes and the Marcoses could have dire consequences for the cold war between China and the United States.

Feature / Walden Bello

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