Kyrsten Sinema Does Us All a Favor Kyrsten Sinema Does Us All a Favor

The formerly Democratic Arizona senator announced on Super Tuesday that she wouldn’t be seeking reelection.

Chris Lehmann

Time Is Running Out to Stop the Carnage in Gaza Time Is Running Out to Stop the Carnage in Gaza

Given the toll from bombing and starvation, Gaza will soon become the world’s largest unmarked grave. The US has to power to force Israel to change course—but will it use it?

James Bamford

Why Does Biden Keep Making the Same Dangerous Comment About Jews? Why Does Biden Keep Making the Same Dangerous Comment About Jews?

Over and over again, Biden has said that no Jew in the world would be safe without Israel. What is he talking about?

Sophie Hurwitz

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Saving Paradise: The Fight to End Militarization in Hawai‘i Saving Paradise: The Fight to End Militarization in Hawai‘i

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The Vatican’s Bewildering New Declaration The Vatican’s Bewildering New Declaration

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Can Russian-US Scientific Cooperation Be Restored as Arctic Warming and the Ukraine War Intensify? Can Russian-US Scientific Cooperation Be Restored as Arctic Warming and the Ukraine War Intensify?

Apr 16, 2024 / Pavel Devyatkin

The Supreme Court Has Ruled to Let Louisiana Keep Hunting DeRay McKesson The Supreme Court Has Ruled to Let Louisiana Keep Hunting DeRay McKesson

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Israel-Gaza War

UNRWA distributes flour to Palestinians in Gaza amid a food crisis due to ongoing Israeli attacks

Time Is Running Out to Stop the Carnage in Gaza Time Is Running Out to Stop the Carnage in Gaza

Given the toll from bombing and starvation, Gaza will soon become the world’s largest unmarked grave. The US has to power to force Israel to change course—but will it use it?

James Bamford

A pro-Palestine protest in Seattle on November 24, 2003.

Gaza Is on the Ballot All Over America Gaza Is on the Ballot All Over America

Inspired by Michigan’s unexpectedly high “uncommitted” vote, activists across the country are now mounting campaigns to send Biden a pro-cease-fire message.

John Nichols

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.

Comment / Lyle Jeremy Rubin

Politics

Former President Donald Trump speaks in the library at Mar-a-Lago on March 4, 2024, in Palm Beach, Florida.

Trump Is Winning This Election Right Now. Here’s Why. Trump Is Winning This Election Right Now. Here’s Why.

It’s not just because of Biden. Trump’s campaign has made some smart and effective decisions.

Joshua A. Cohen

The GOP’s Anti-Abortion Crusade Is Threatening HIV Treatment in Africa

The GOP’s Anti-Abortion Crusade Is Threatening HIV Treatment in Africa The GOP’s Anti-Abortion Crusade Is Threatening HIV Treatment in Africa

As a band of Republican congresspeople has set its sights on the health program known as PEPFAR, the media has remained shamefully silent.

James North

Trump and Orban

Trump and Orbán Are Kindred, Authoritarian Spirits Trump and Orbán Are Kindred, Authoritarian Spirits

The presumptive GOP presidential nominee will host a friendly dinner with the Hungarian prime minister, an unrepentant enemy of pluralist democracy.

Chris Lehmann

Books & the Arts

Dr. Juan Romagoza at La Clinica del Pueblo in 1998.

The Brutal Cycle of US Immigration Policy The Brutal Cycle of US Immigration Policy

In Everyone Who Is Gone Is Here, Jonathan Blitzer examines how North and Central American migration moves in two directions.

Books & the Arts / Gaby Del Valle

From “Aspects of Negro Life: From Slavery to Reconstruction,” Aaron Douglas (1934).

The Cosmopolitan Modernism of the Harlem Renaissance The Cosmopolitan Modernism of the Harlem Renaissance

A new exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art explores the world-spanning art of the Harlem Renaissance.

Books & the Arts / Rachel Hunter Himes

Katy O’Brian and Kristen Stewart.

Blood, Guts, and Queer Bodybuilders Blood, Guts, and Queer Bodybuilders

The Kristen Stewart–helmed erotic thriller Love Lies Bleeding filters a study of sex, violence, and the limits of human will through a romance that begins in a New Mexico gym.

Books & the Arts / Beatrice Loayza

Features

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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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