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Since Roe was overturned, thousands of people in red states have found a way to get an abortion—often thanks to providers operating at the edge of the law.

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Macklemore Dares Others to Stand Up for Palestine Macklemore Dares Others to Stand Up for Palestine

With “Hind’s Hall,” the rapper is telling artists and other culture workers, “The students are risking it all. Where are you?”

Dave Zirin

Biden Must Condemn Israel’s Attack on Al Jazeera—Now Biden Must Condemn Israel’s Attack on Al Jazeera—Now

Benjamin Netanyahu’s government shut down the network’s operations in Israel. Press freedom advocates are raising an outcry, and Americans should back them up.

John Nichols

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My Parents Fled Gaza. I’m Still Here. We May Never See Each Other Again. My Parents Fled Gaza. I’m Still Here. We May Never See Each Other Again.

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Is 2024 the Year of Trust-Busting? Is 2024 the Year of Trust-Busting?

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At the NIH, a Scandal Grows Around an Official’s Evasion of Public Records Law At the NIH, a Scandal Grows Around an Official’s Evasion of Public Records Law

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Israel-Gaza War

A crowd of students stands in front of a library at Columbia University protesting the university's decision to suspend two student groups

A Year Under the Palestine Exception at Columbia University A Year Under the Palestine Exception at Columbia University

Columbia has tossed aside the mission at the heart of undergraduate liberal arts education: preparing student to be citizens in a pluralistic democracy.

Joseph A. Howley

Pro-Palestinian demonstrators protest outside of the Washington Hilton, the site of the Annual White House Correspondents Dinner, on April 27, 2024 in Washington, D.C.

It’s Time to Stop Ignoring the Sexual Violence Happening in Gaza It’s Time to Stop Ignoring the Sexual Violence Happening in Gaza

As long as our outrage is selectively assigned only to specific victims in specific contexts, we are lying to ourselves about the reality of violence in war zones.

Laura Charney

A delegation of rabbis from the United States and Israel march toward the Erez/Beit Hanoun Crossing at the northern tip of the Gaza Strip on April 26, 2024.

We Tried to Bring Food Into Gaza—but Israel Blocked and Arrested Us We Tried to Bring Food Into Gaza—but Israel Blocked and Arrested Us

As Israel continues to starve the people of Gaza, a delegation of rabbis marched toward the Erez Crossing during Passover carrying sacks of flour and demanding a cease-fire.

Brant Rosen

Politics

Donald Trump listens as South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem speaks during a Buckeye Values PAC Rally in Vandalia, Ohio, on March 16, 2024.

Kristi Noem Is the Latest Republican to Learn You Can’t Out-Trump Donald Trump Kristi Noem Is the Latest Republican to Learn You Can’t Out-Trump Donald Trump

The South Dakota governor’s attempt at mimicking the former president’s obstreperous public image has fallen disastrously flat.

Chris Lehmann

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Abortion Bans Are “an Assault on the Practice of Medicine” Abortion Bans Are “an Assault on the Practice of Medicine”

Restrictive laws don’t just take away the right to choose, say physicians and ob-gyns, but also prevent proper treatment of pregnancies.

Column / Katha Pollitt

Speaker of the House Mike Johnson (R-La.) speaks during a press conference at Columbia University on April 24, 2024.

The Real Takeover of Columbia Was By Those on the Right The Real Takeover of Columbia Was By Those on the Right

Columbia offers a case-study in how right-wing politicians are using exaggerated claims of anti-semitism to advance a conservative agenda.

Editorial / Alisa Solomon for The Nation

Books & the Arts

Ella Fitzgerald at the Newport Jazz Festival in Newport, Rhode Island, 1970.

The Genius of Ella Fitzgerald The Genius of Ella Fitzgerald

She remade the American songbook in her image, uprooting the very meaning of musical performance.

Books & the Arts / Sam Fentress

Edward Hopper's “October in Cape Cod,” 1946.

A Coming of Age Novel That Puzzles Through Gender A Coming of Age Novel That Puzzles Through Gender

In Griffin Hansbury’s Some Strange Music Draws Me In, a man’s recollections of his transition opens up into a nuanced examination of gender identity’s many contradictions.

Books & the Arts / Grace Byron

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The Imperial Gaze Turns on Britain’s Isles The Imperial Gaze Turns on Britain’s Isles

In Elizabeth O’Connor’s Whale Fall, an encounter between English documentarians and a remote Welsh island community provokes questions of sexual and national identity.

Books & the Arts / Emmet Fraizer

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The Workers Behind Bozeman’s Boom

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One of the fastest-growing small cities in America relies on undocumented labor to fuel its economic explosion.

Feature / Nick Bowlin

The Abortion Pill Underground

The Abortion Pill Underground The Abortion Pill Underground

Since Roe was overturned, thousands of people in red states have found a way to get an abortion—often thanks to providers operating at the edge of the law.

Feature / Amy Littlefield

The Unnatural Disaster Threatening Puerto Rico's Children

The Unnatural Disaster Threatening Puerto Rico’s Children The Unnatural Disaster Threatening Puerto Rico’s Children

The island’s health system is on its knees. Doctors are fleeing in droves. And the crisis is hurting kids most of all.

Feature / Coral Murphy Marcos

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