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Socialism Is on a Winning Streak

Four candidates backed by Democratic Socialists of America won Pennsylvania primaries Tuesday, and come November they could all be legislators.

John Nichols

Sports

Israel's Most Racist Soccer Club Renames Itself After Donald Trump

If there were ever two entities that deserve one another, it's Beitar Jerusalem and Donald Trump.

Dave Zirin
Middle East

Israel’s Massacre of Palestinian Civilians Should Spark Horror—and Action

It is long past time to end the blockade of Gaza—and to reckon with the one-state reality in which Palestinians and Israelis live.

Ian S. Lustick
Film

The History of Lynching and the Present of Policing

A new documentary on Michael Brown comes just in time.

Khalil Gibran Muhammad
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From the Magazine

Palestine

Palestinians Engaged in Nonviolent Protest. Israel Responded With a Massacre.

The targeting of unarmed demonstrators by snipers using high-velocity weapons was methodical, precise, and lethal.

Sharif Abdel Kouddous

‘The Palestinians Have Not Forgotten, They Have Not Gone Away’

Seventy years after the Nakba, Israel has not succeeded in erasing Palestine—or the Palestinians.

Rashid Khalidi

In Opening Its Embassy in Jerusalem, the US Has Slammed the Door on the Peace Process

In its place, it is time for a new paradigm based on full national and civil equality for all.

Mustafa Barghouti

Politics

The Trump Administration’s Dangerous Assault on Our Words

Language is disappearing from government documents before our eyes—and that’s no accident.

Karen J. Greenberg

Net Neutrality Just Became a Major Campaign Issue for 2018 and Beyond

A bipartisan vote in favor of digital democracy in the Senate signals that the fight for a free and open Internet is far from finished.

John Nichols

Who Is Responsible for the New US-Russian Cold War?

A discussion of the Stephen F. Cohen–Michael McFaul debate.

Stephen F. Cohen

world

The Child Labor in Zimbabwe’s Tobacco Fields

A global demand for tobacco is fueling this scourge.

Michelle Chen

Trump’s Cruel Folly: Canceling TPS for Hondurans Will Fuel More Violence

For years the United States has helped perpetuate poverty and authoritarian rule in Honduras. Trump’s decision to end temporary protected status only compounds US complicity.

Lauren Carasik

The Rise and Fall of the Latin American Left

Conservatives now control Latin America’s leading economies, but the region’s leftists can still look to Uruguay for direction.

Omar G. Encarnación

Watch and Listen

Listen: Black Women Athletes Under Jim Crow

Historian Amira Rose Davis joins the show to talk about black women athletes in the age of Jim Crow, before Title IX.

May 16, 2018

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

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

April 26, 2018

View: ‘A Border Control Official Sexually Abused Me’

Aura Hernández fled to the US seeking safety. Instead, she encountered threats, harassment, and assault.

April 2, 2018

Culture

The Magic of Denis Johnson

The Largesse of the Sea Maiden isn't exactly a sequel to Jesus’ Son, but it has the same breezy, epiphanic quality.

J. Robert Lennon

Rachel Carson, Jane Jacobs, Jane Goodall, and Alice Waters in the ’60s

They weren’t friends, and they weren’t all of the same generation, but they all shared a similar view of how we should relate to nature. 

Bill McKibben

The Progression of Flatbush Zombies

On Vacation in Hell, the group is more interested in expressing their political views and touching on subjects far beyond their roots in “psychedelic hip-hop.”

Steve Erickson

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