The Fight of Our Lives The Fight of Our Lives

Passing progressive immigration legislation this year is a moral imperative. History is in our hands.

Apr 19, 2007 / Editorial / Deepak Bhargava and Angelica Salas

Story Lines at Virginia Tech Story Lines at Virginia Tech

The desire to impose a narrative on chaotic events leaves the meaning of the Virginia Tech shootings up for grabs.

Apr 19, 2007 / Feature / Bruce Shapiro

Curbing Abortion Rights Curbing Abortion Rights

Newcomer Supreme Court Justices John Roberts and Samuel Alito showed their true stripes by supporting a landmark late-term abortion ban.

Apr 18, 2007 / Feature / Karen Houppert

Gitmo Justice Gitmo Justice

David Hicks pleads guilty and goes free, while the Supreme Court denies nearly 400 other terror suspects their day in court. This is justice?

Apr 4, 2007 / Feature / Aziz Huq

Leave Your Morals at the Border Leave Your Morals at the Border

A Supreme Court ruling turns a blind eye to torture and human rights violations, as long as they're done offshore.

Apr 4, 2007 / Column / Robert Scheer

Attorneygate in Guam Attorneygate in Guam

Before there was Attorneygate, there was the 2002 firing of a US Attorney in Guam engaged in a prosecution of Jack Abramoff. Anyone see a pattern here?

Apr 2, 2007 / Editorial / Ari Berman

A Wider Corruption A Wider Corruption

The US Attorneys scandal sheds light on a broader pattern of transforming government agencies into a permanent GOP patronage machine.

Apr 2, 2007 / Editorial / The Editors

The CIA’s Italian Job The CIA’s Italian Job

The story of Hassan Nasr, a victim of "extraordinary rendition" who was interrogated and tortured in Egypt for four years, is finally being told.

Mar 30, 2007 / Feature / Mohamad Bazzi

As California Goes… As California Goes…

What can the nation learn from the Golden State's struggles to deal with its immigrant population?

Mar 30, 2007 / Feature / Peter Schrag

Porn Cop vs. US Attorney Porn Cop vs. US Attorney

A federal prosecutor fired as he was launching an investigation of a GOP Congressman now stands smeared by the White House and its antiporn crusader.

Mar 29, 2007 / Editorial / Max Blumenthal