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“I Called Jane” for a Pre-“Roe” Illegal Abortion
No woman should have to go through what I went through, and no woman should have to overcome barriers to obtain a safe abortion.
June 27, 2022
The Right-Wing Supreme Court’s Next Targets
The people who tore down
are just getting started.
June 23, 2022
The Fierce Hope of Ana María Archila
The Brooklyn-based organizer is running for New York lieutenant governor, but is the left ready to compete statewide?
June 22, 2022
The Supreme Court Strikes Another Blow to the Separation of Church and State
In a new ruling, the theocrats on the court turned one of the nation’s fundamental principles on its head.
June 21, 2022
Why This N.Y. Socialist Is Running on Climate
Sarahana Shrestha wants the public sector to supply the state’s energy. Will the idea help her win a state Assembly seat?
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June 17, 2022
To Avert January 6, We Needed Whistleblowers—and We Never Got Them
The Trump and Pence staffers testifying now batted down Trump’s election lies—but they never went public with the threat he posed.
June 10, 2022
What Online Learning Taught Me
As an eighth-grade student in New York City, here’s what attending school during the pandemic was like for me.
June 9, 2022
What We Won’t Forget From the Hearings on the Uvalde and Buffalo Massacres
Even without photographs, we know enough about these tragedies to have them etched in our minds forever.
June 3, 2022
Progressives Just Ousted the Joe Manchin of the House
Representative Kurt Schrader is the first corporate Democratic incumbent to lose his seat to a progressive challenger this election cycle. And he may not be the last.
June 3, 2022
Can California Democrats Do Enough to Block a Rural Right-Wing Revolt?
Democratic legislators are stepping up their efforts to bring relief to voters, but amid soaring gas prices and an intensifying drought, they may not be sufficient.