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October 20, 2016
Amy Goodman: ‘The State Cannot Stop This Journalism.’
Goodman goes free as a North Dakota judge concludes that covering the Dakota Access Pipeline is not a crime.
October 14, 2016
The Arrest of Journalists and Filmmakers Covering the Dakota Pipeline Is a Threat to Democracy—and the Planet
Deia Schlosberg, Amy Goodman, and
Shailene Woodley are among those who have been arrested while covering demonstrations against the Dakota Access Pipeline.
October 12, 2016
Win or Lose—Hillary Clinton’s Troubles in Ohio Should Worry Democrats
Trump is imploding nationally—but Clinton has failed to connect here with disaffected whites, African Americans, and young voters.
October 11, 2016
The Latest Anti-Abortion Trend? Mandatory Funerals for Fetuses
Now that the Supreme Court has thrown out TRAP laws, opponents have a new tactic.
October 10, 2016
The First Republicans to Break With Trump Over His Groping Tape Were Mormons
Does this give Clinton a chance in Utah?
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October 6, 2016
Texas’s Voter-Registration Laws Are Straight Out of the Jim Crow Playbook
Compare them to Oregon’s, which make voting incredibly easy.
October 5, 2016
Mike Pence Is So Much More Nixonian Than Nixon
How does a career politician get away with criticizing career politicians?
October 3, 2016
September 11’s Biggest Lesson Still Hasn’t Been Learned—and It Has Nothing to Do With National Security
Liberty and safety are not incompatible; but try telling that to the national security state.
Karen J. Greenberg
September 29, 2016
Katha Pollitt: It’s Time to Get Active for Hillary
Plus, Kai Wright on Trump’s supporters and D.D. Guttenplan on the British left.
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September 20, 2016
This Isn’t the First Time Cowboys Have Tried to Plunder 640 Million Acres of Public Land
In Utah and the Dakotas, history repeats itself as Native Americans fight to protect their lives—and ours.