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Today 1:34 pm
Victor Navasky: A Generous, Mischievous, Endlessly Entertaining Genius
s former publisher remembers his former partner and lifelong friend.
Today 12:04 pm
California Has Been Consumed by America’s Addiction to Guns
The state is reeling after a week of mass shootings that underscores the bloody price we pay for our worship of guns.
Today 11:30 am
My Nhan, Half Moon, Pokey, Midnight Mass, Navasky
Today 10:21 am
Republicans Are Trapped by Their Party’s Anti-Abortion Extremism
Riled up anti-choice activists ensure that the fight over abortion will continue to dominate elections.
Today 5:30 am
Victor Navasky: An Avatar of the American Left, 1932–2023
, 1978–1995; editorial director and publisher, 1995–2005.
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Today 5:00 am
Will Marjorie Taylor Greene Be the Republican Nominee for Vice President?
The Congress member and conspiracist is reportedly positioning herself to be Trump’s running mate—but her ambitions may be even bigger.
Today 5:00 am
Why It’s Okay for Progressives to Enjoy Sam Bankman-Fried’s Downfall
The fallen plutocrat was also the chief financier of a counterrevolution inside the Democratic Party.
Yesterday 3:19 pm
One “Nation” Under Victor
Remembering Victor S. Navasky.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
Yesterday 2:12 pm
Victor Navasky, Campaign Manager
One of the former
editor and publisher’s greatest escapades came in 1974, when he ran former attorney general Ramsey Clark’s bid for the US Senate.
Yesterday 6:00 am
Conservatives Have a Sketchy New Legal Plot to Ban the Abortion Pill
By forum-shopping their way to a hearing before a zealot judge, conservatives hope to win an unwinnable case—and not for the first time.