Ad Policy

Youth and Age Unite to Demand That Banks Stop Lending to Big Oil

When both ends of the age spectrum come together, bankers had better pay attention.

Bill McKibben and Vidya Muthupillai

The Right

The Guns of North Carolina: Training for the Next January 6?

The barrage of gunfire and explosions from this “Tactical and Cultural Training Center” in the North Carolina woods already has the majority-Black town next door on edge. How worried should the rest of us be?

Laura Flanders
World

The Biden Administration’s Sanctions Review Is a Joke

After nine months of investigation, the Treasury Department released seven pages doing little more than patting itself on the back.

Aída Chávez
Labor

Environmental Justice Is Essential in the Workplace and at Home

No worker should be forced to choose between an unsafe job and unemployment.

David Michaels and Robert Bullard
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Politics

The Most Progressive Governor In America?

The Most Progressive Governor In America?

Many who were once skeptical of the former investment banker now admit that New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy’s policies are compassionate and forward-thinking.

John Nichols
Gary Youngkin

Can “Glenn Trumpkin” Both Embrace and Escape the Disgraced Ex-President?

Running for Virginia governor, Youngkin is trying to have it both ways with the GOP base.

Joan Walsh
Bernie Sanders Shows Democrats How to Deal With Joe Manchin

Bernie Sanders Shows Democrats How to Deal With Joe Manchin

In a Sunday opinion piece, Sanders reminds West Virginians that their senator is blocking Medicare expansion and policies that lift children out of poverty.

John Nichols

World

Drone Strikes

Will We Remember the Victims of the Kabul Drone Strike?

For 20 years, the War on Terror has brought death and destruction to countless countries. Will we remember the victims?

Nick Turse
Kier Starmer

Britain’s Labour Party Is Still Missing in Action

On the heels of its party conference, the Labour Party seems as far from power as ever.

Bhaskar Sunkara
Pandora Papers

There Are No Borders for the Rich

For the ruling class, the nation-state is an indispensable fiction.

Atossa Araxia Abrahamian and The Nation

Culture

John Keats’s Politics of Pain and Renewal

John Keats’s Politics of Pain and Renewal

Anahid Nersessian offers a radical and unforgettable reading of the British writer’s odes—one that upends our sense of his poetic project.

David B. Hobbs
“Squid Game”’s Capitalist Parables

“Squid Game”’s Capitalist Parables

Netflix’s breakout series depicts a world of violent and macabre individualism and desperation.

E. Tammy Kim
The Mysteries of the Childhood Memoir

The Mysteries of the Childhood Memoir

Richard Wollheim’s Germs is a brilliant and curious example of a genre dedicated to unraveling the riddles of a time we have a hard time remembering.

John Banville

Watch and Listen

Listen: When Sleep Deprivation Compounds the Struggle of Being Unhoused

Listen to this full episode of Going for Broke with Ray Suarez.

October 18, 2021

Listen: A Veteran Journalist Finds Himself the Center of the Story 

Listen to this full episode of Going for Broke with Ray Suarez.

October 18, 2021

Listen: The NBA’s Vaccine Conundrum

There is a vaccine war underway, and it’s not clear who will win.

October 5, 2021
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