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Don’t Believe Trump’s Softer Tone on Immigration

Behind his sanded-down rhetoric, there is no deviation from standard anti-immigrant Trump to be found.

Julianne Hing

US Wars and Military Action

Donald Trump Goes All In for the Military-Industrial Complex

The president’s address signaled his plans for domestic austerity and military bloat.

John Nichols
Journalists and Journalism

Trump Versus the Media: How to Cover a Hostile President

Only fearless independent reporting can hold power accountable and energize democracy.

Nic Dawes
History

After the Fumble

After years dominating the Democratic Party, the New Democrats now find themselves in a state of crisis

Matt Stoller
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Media in the Trump era

Trump Versus the Media: How to Cover a Hostile President

Only fearless independent reporting can hold power accountable and energize democracy.

Nic Dawes

Progressives Need to Build Their Own Media

Trump would not be president today were it not for the help of Fox, Breitbart, Limbaugh, & Co.

Mark Hertsgaard

This WWII Military Strategy Perfectly Explains What Trump Is Doing to the Media

He’s making it difficult to pick out the signal from the noise.

D.D. Guttenplan

Politics

Another Republican Lawmaker Just Faced Hundreds of Angry Constituents

Senator Bill Cassidy endured jeers, boos, and tough questions during town halls in Louisiana this week.

Zoë Carpenter

Trump’s Budget Proposal Is an Attack on the Working Class

Trump’s vision to make America great again would actually eviscerate the already disintegrating social safety net.

Michelle Chen

Trump’s Justice Department Is No Longer Opposing Texas’s Discriminatory Voter-ID Law

Jeff Sessions reverses the Obama administration’s position in a crucial voting-rights case.

Ari Berman
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Culture

Edward Jay Epstein’s Alternative Facts

A new book suggests Snowden may have been a spy, but what it reveals is its author’s own duplicity.

Sue Halpern

When Time Stopped Forever

Han Kang’s new novel mines the violent past and uncertain future of South Korean politics.

E. Tammy Kim

The Ways to Destroy Democracy

A new biography of Hitler offers us a warning from history.

Richard J. Evans

Watch and Listen

View: In a World of Closed Borders, Deciding Who Deserves Asylum

At Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya, workers face few humane options.

February 9, 2017

View: Photos of Resistance: Inside the DC Women’s March

Over 500,000 people flooded the streets of the nation’s capital to protest everything President Trump stands for.

January 22, 2017

View: These Photos Show the People Who Turn a Cotton Plant Into Your Jeans

Following the path of cotton from Burkina Faso to Bangladesh to your local mall.

December 12, 2016
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