Good Riddance to Mitch McConnell, an Enemy of Democracy Good Riddance to Mitch McConnell, an Enemy of Democracy

He stole Supreme Court seats, thwarted accountability for Donald Trump, and left a trail of partisan destruction in his wake.

John Nichols

The Supreme Court Could Decide This Term’s Big Gun Case on the Basis of… Grammar The Supreme Court Could Decide This Term’s Big Gun Case on the Basis of… Grammar

Justices like Neil Gorsuch are doing all they can to make sure “bump stocks”—which turn regular guns into machine guns—are legal.

Elie Mystal

After 30 Years of NAFTA, the Working Classes Are Still Losing After 30 Years of NAFTA, the Working Classes Are Still Losing

The promise of free trade was never fulfilled. Workers are continuing to lose ground.

Gerardo Otero

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A Setback for Gig Workers’ Rights in Europe A Setback for Gig Workers’ Rights in Europe

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On the Brink of a Government Shutdown—Again On the Brink of a Government Shutdown—Again

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Michigan Voters Made It Clear: Biden’s Gaza Policy Threatens His Reelection Michigan Voters Made It Clear: Biden’s Gaza Policy Threatens His Reelection

Feb 28, 2024 / John Nichols

Taking Aaron Bushnell at His Word (and Deed) Taking Aaron Bushnell at His Word (and Deed)

Feb 28, 2024 / Lyle Jeremy Rubin

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Aaron Bushnell

Taking Aaron Bushnell at His Word (and Deed) Taking Aaron Bushnell at His Word (and Deed)

The airman who set himself alight on Sunday signed up to sacrifice himself for the greater good—only to discover that he had become an accomplice to evil.

Lyle Jeremy Rubin

A 12 year-old, Palestinian boy named Hasan Abu Emune collects recyclable material such as, paper, metal and glass to contribute his family's livelihood as the daily life continues under difficult conditions in Khan Yunis, Gaza on April 24, 2023.

The Missing News About Gaza The Missing News About Gaza

To understand Palestine and Israel, we need more coverage of the everyday structural violence of occupation.

Comment / Alexei Sisulu Abrahams

Meir Kahane (left) and Benjamin Netanyahu (right) edited side by side.

Israel’s Far Right Finally Gets the War It Has Always Wanted Israel’s Far Right Finally Gets the War It Has Always Wanted

Billed as a response to the October 7 Hamas attack, the conflict in Gaza has increasingly become a war to eliminate all Palestinians—a longtime goal of Israel’s homegrown fascists…

James Bamford

Politics

A person wears a hat supporting those arrested for participating in the January 6 US Capitol attack during the annual Conservative Political Action Conference in National Harbor, Md., on February 22, 2024.

I Was Banned From CPAC, but the Extremists Weren’t I Was Banned From CPAC, but the Extremists Weren’t

From the lobby, I watched neo-Nazis and other far-right figures waltz unimpeded into the Conservative Political Action Conference.

Amanda Moore

A group of Palestinian children is pictured at a school run by the UNWRA a in Deir Al-Balah in the central Gaza Strip on February 22, 2024.

The Biden Administration Joins Israel’s War on UNRWA The Biden Administration Joins Israel’s War on UNRWA

Following Washington’s lead, key US allies have cut funding for the United Nations Relief Works Agency for Palestine—making them all complicit in genocide.

Phyllis Bennis

Michael Moore Says Michigan’s “Uncommitted” Campaign Can Send Biden a Vital Message About Gaza

Michael Moore Says Michigan’s “Uncommitted” Campaign Can Send Biden a Vital Message About Gaza Michael Moore Says Michigan’s “Uncommitted” Campaign Can Send Biden a Vital Message About Gaza

Moore, Beto O’Rourke, and dozens of Michigan elected officials are calling for an uncommitted vote today, in a push for a cease-fire.

John Nichols

Books & the Arts

Artemisia Gentileschi's “Judith and Her Maidservant with the Head of Holofernes” (detail), c. 1623–25.

A Hidden History of Europe’s Pre-Modernist Women Artists A Hidden History of Europe’s Pre-Modernist Women Artists

A recent exhibition documenting four centuries of art from female painters and illustrators provides a new way of looking at an era of art history where women are often left out.

Books & the Arts / Barry Schwabsky

Vince Staples in The Vince Staples Show.

The Life and Times of a Niche Rapper The Life and Times of a Niche Rapper

Vince Staples’s self-titled Netflix show is a probing look at celebrity culture, Hollywood, and the pitfalls of being only kind of famous.

Books & the Arts / Stephen Kearse

Martin Baron announcing that he is leaving The Boston Globe to become the executive editor of The Washington Post.

What Happened to “The Washington Post” Under Marty Baron? What Happened to “The Washington Post” Under Marty Baron?

In a new book, the former editor tirelessly hymns how he and the newspaper protected their journalists and shored up the foundations of our crumbling republic. But was that the ca…

Books & the Arts / Chris Lehmann

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The Desolation of America’s Urban Schools

The Desolation of America’s Urban Schools The Desolation of America’s Urban Schools

Austerity measures have resulted in dangerous, squalid conditions for the most vulnerable students.

Feature / Jonathan Kozol

The Divided Landscape of Indian American Politics

The Divided Landscape of Indian American Politics The Divided Landscape of Indian American Politics

The Desi diaspora is both rising up and fracturing on issues of religion, race, and caste, with far-reaching implications for US politics.

Feature / Jeet Heer

An Experiment in Tribally-Owned Internet

An Experiment in Tribally-Owned Internet An Experiment in Tribally-Owned Internet

On reservations across the country, tribes are using federal grants to create their own Internet providers. But it takes more than money to get a community online.

Feature / Evan Malmgren

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