New York City

Representative Jim Jordan (R-Ohio)

Jim Jordan Wants to Make Alvin Bragg the Villain, but It’s Not Working Jim Jordan Wants to Make Alvin Bragg the Villain, but It’s Not Working

Jordan swept into Manhattan to do Trump’s bidding, but he ended up reminding everyone that the Manhattan DA is keeping his campaign promises.

Apr 19, 2023 / John Nichols

Donald Trump attends UFC 287 at Kaseya Center

Trump Is Fighting His Indictment Like a Lawless Thug Trump Is Fighting His Indictment Like a Lawless Thug

He would rather threaten violence outside of a courthouse than make a reasonable argument inside of one.

Apr 13, 2023 / Editorial / Elie Mystal for The Nation

A food delivery driver on a bicycle rides in the snow on January 28, 2022 in New York City.

We Had New York City’s Back During the Pandemic. Now We Need It to Have Ours. We Had New York City’s Back During the Pandemic. Now We Need It to Have Ours.

It’s time for Mayor Eric Adams to stop stalling and make good on his promise of a minimum wage for delivery workers.

Apr 6, 2023 / Gustavo Ajche and Chris Smalls

Willis Reed

Willis Reed Was the Best of New York City Willis Reed Was the Best of New York City

The death of the basketball great should remind the city of what it was, what it is, and what it should resist becoming.

Mar 23, 2023 / Dave Zirin

Donald Trump at a rally

Donald Trump Has Been Indicted. Don’t Get Your Hopes Up. Donald Trump Has Been Indicted. Don’t Get Your Hopes Up.

This is the first real attempt to hold Trump legally accountable for any of his many alleged crimes. But the odds of securing real justice seem very long.

Mar 30, 2023 / Elie Mystal

Main Street, Flushing Queens, NY.

Protecting Survivors of Human Trafficking in New York Protecting Survivors of Human Trafficking in New York

Language and cultural barriers have left the population of East Asian women who have been trafficked underserved. Crossing those barriers takes dedicated work.

Mar 15, 2023 / Karen Ng

“The New York Times” Is Repeating One of Its Most Notorious Mistakes

“The New York Times” Is Repeating One of Its Most Notorious Mistakes “The New York Times” Is Repeating One of Its Most Notorious Mistakes

The paper’s anti-trans coverage parallels its failings over gay rights and AIDS. But the Times appears determined not to learn from its own history.

Feb 20, 2023 / Jack Mirkinson

Can New York Make Deadbeat Dolan Stop Freeloading at Madison Square Garden?

Can New York Make Deadbeat Dolan Stop Freeloading at Madison Square Garden? Can New York Make Deadbeat Dolan Stop Freeloading at Madison Square Garden?

If the city and state can’t prevent the Knicks owner from barring his critics, perhaps they can at least shut down his sweetheart tax subsidy.

Feb 21, 2023 / Ross Barkan

I Wanted to Attend a Specialized High School. Imposter Syndrome Almost Stopped Me.

I Wanted to Attend a Specialized High School. Imposter Syndrome Almost Stopped Me. I Wanted to Attend a Specialized High School. Imposter Syndrome Almost Stopped Me.

In 2018, only 3.6 percent of Black students who took the SHSAT in New York City received an offer to a specialized high school. I felt like I wouldn’t belong.

Feb 15, 2023 / StudentNation / Enoch Naklen

Victor Navasky in 1962.

Victor Navasky: An Avatar of the American Left, 1932–2023 Victor Navasky: An Avatar of the American Left, 1932–2023

Editor of The Nation, 1978–1995; editorial director and publisher, 1995–2005.

Jan 27, 2023 / Editorial / Kai Bird

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