Skip to content
Trump and Russia
Send Us a Confidential Tip
If you are a current Subscriber and are unable to log in, you may have to create a NEW username and password. To do so,
and use the “NEW USER” sign-up option.
Forgot Your Password?
If you are not a Subscriber,
Youth news and analysis from The Nation
Yesterday 6:00 am
Corbyn and Sanders Show That Neoliberalism Has Failed to Privatize Hope
A generation trained to be selfish is anything but.
July 11, 2017
Student Journalists Are Our Future—We Should Start Treating Them Like It
They’re the next generation, and they’ve been picking up the slack of gutted local newsrooms and indifferent national outlets.
July 6, 2017
Adults Think Black Girls Are Older Than They Are—and It Matters
A new study found that, starting at age 5, black girls are viewed by adults as behaving and seeming older than they actually are.
June 21, 2017
California Is Massively Expanding One of the Most Effective Tools to Make Work Pay Better
The number of families helped by the Golden State’s Earned Income Tax Credit is about to triple.
Joseph N. Sanberg
June 21, 2017
The Troubled Resentencing of America’s Juvenile Lifers
When SCOTUS outlawed mandatory juvenile life without parole, advocates celebrated—but the outcome has been anything but fair.
Subscribe Today and Save $129!
June 15, 2017
Donald Trump Is Waging a War on Children
America’s never-ending “war on terror” wreaks havoc on the physical, mental, and emotional health of kids around the world.
Karen J. Greenberg
May 30, 2017
Who Did Andrew Cuomo Leave Out of His ‘Tuition-Free’ Plan? Undocumented Students.
The majority of CUNY students take classes part-night or at night, making it virtually impossible to cross the 30 credit threshold.
May 23, 2017
Is Banning Child Labor Really That Controversial?
Child labor can’t be outlawed by fiat—it needs to be defeated by economic empowerment for whole communities.
May 9, 2017
This Mother’s Day, Black Lives Matter Activists Will Give More Than 30 Women Their Freedom
These women are in jail not because they’ve been convicted of a crime but because they can’t pay to get back to their lives as they await trial.
April 28, 2017
Monday’s May Day Marches Could Be the Biggest in Years
Ten years after immigrants took to the streets in unprecedented numbers, organizers expect another major showing.