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This Fascist Gang Can Shoot Straight After All

Mitch McConnell teamed with Donald Trump to pack the Supreme Court and make sure gun owners’ rights are protected—and women’s are not.

Joan Walsh

Supreme Court

The Supreme Court Took the Most Extreme Course Possible

In overturning Roe v. Wade, the conservative majority embraced a vision of the United States as a country by and for white men.

Elie Mystal
Abortion

With “Dobbs,” Women Are No Longer Full Citizens. We Can Still Fight Back.

We must fight loudly and demand that our representatives address the real consequences of today’s Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade.

Elizabeth Gregory
World Leaders

Boris Johnson’s Days Are Numbered

The Tory prime minister’s ethical lapses are legion, constant, and shocking.

Gary Younge
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Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization

The Supreme Court Took the Most Extreme Course Possible

The Supreme Court Took the Most Extreme Course Possible

In overturning Roe v. Wade, the conservative majority embraced a vision of the United States as a country by and for white men.

Elie Mystal

This Fascist Gang Can Shoot Straight After All

Mitch McConnell teamed with Donald Trump to pack the Supreme Court and make sure gun owners’ rights are protected—and women’s are not.

Joan Walsh

With “Dobbs,” Women Are No Longer Full Citizens. We Can Still Fight Back.

We must fight loudly and demand that our representatives address the real consequences of today’s Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade.

Elizabeth Gregory

Politics

María Archila

The Fierce Hope of Ana María Archila

The Brooklyn-based organizer is running for New York lieutenant governor, but is the left ready to compete statewide?

Liza Featherstone
Police arrest a suspect

The Supreme Court Strips Us of Miranda Warnings

Today, Justice Alito ruled that you have constitutional rights, but no right to know what they are.

Elie Mystal
The Government’s Investigation Into a Brookings Ex-President Should Worry Think Tanks

The Government’s Investigation Into a Brookings Ex-President Should Worry Think Tanks

Accepting foreign government funding may have just gotten harder.

Eli Clifton and Benjamin Freeman

Culture

A Staggering Story of Palestinian Exile

A Staggering Story of Palestinian Exile

Mona Mansour’s The Vagrant Trilogy is the Public Theater’s first full-length, main-stage production to address the aftermath of the Nakba.

Alisa Solomon
The World-Making Aesthetic of Hong Sangsoo

The World-Making Aesthetic of Hong Sangsoo

While he has long been seen as an apolitical filmmaker, his work is anything but. The auteur’s films engage with the dreams and contradictions of Korea like no other.

Dennis Zhou
How Bleak Is the Future of the Art World?

How Bleak Is the Future of the Art World?

A conversation with critic Ben Davis about making art amid global crisis, fine art’s waning relevance, and his recent book Art in the After-Culture.

Naomi Elias

World

A woman gives a speech at a lectern draped with a picture of Julian Assange.

America’s Lapdog Britain Moves to Extradite Julian Assange

If President Biden really cared about press freedom, he would have canceled the extradition request months ago.

Peter Oborne
A woman in a colorful jacket holds up a ballot.

In Colombia, “a Government of the Callused Hands”

In Francia Marquez’s hometown, those have suffered the brunt of the violence and inequality are welcoming a new future.

Laura Carlsen
NATO From Bad to Worse

NATO From Bad to Worse

It is urgent to rebuild a global peace movement opposed to all military alliances and the ongoing massive increases in defense budgets.

Gilbert Achcar

Watch and Listen

Listen: What the January 6 Hearings Achieved

Greg Sargent joins the Time of Monsters podcast to discuss what we've learned from Trump’s crimes.

June 22, 2022

Listen: 50 Years of Title IX

Kim Turner of the Positive Coaching Alliance joins the Edge of Sports podcast to talk about the past and future of Title IX.

June 17, 2022

Listen: John Nichols on January 6 and Peter Dreier on Progressive Prosecutors

Writers join the Start Making Sense podcast to discuss the latest on the insurrection hearings and the ousting of San Francisco’s Chesa Boudin.

June 16, 2022
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