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Chuck Hagel is no leftist. But he has stood up to AIPAC, the defense industry and the neocons.
In his new book Kill Anything That Moves, Nick Turse shows that what were often presented as isolated atrocities were in fact the norm.
The latest trend toward fossil fuels is dangerous for the entire planet, since China is the world’s largest emitter of greenhouse gases.
Tana Ganeva on the Homeless Bill Of Rights, Ryan Devereaux on an anti-stop-and-frisk ruling, Jessica Valenti on American rape culture.
Exploding the myth of the “two Indias,” the brutal attacks on women have shown that there is only one, where social Darwinism reigns.
Obama, Congress and the media continue their dangerous, one-dimensional approach.
The Roberts Court has shifted away from the very collective values and ideas that will be necessary to enact—and uphold—crucial policies on guns and mental health.
Joseph Anton is a tale of betrayals: of free speech, communities, religion, marriages, personal convictions, friends.
Lucia Perillo’s On the Spectrum of Possible Deaths.
The tension between the personal and the political permeates new books on Haiti by Amy Wilentz and Jonathan M. Katz.
And don’t miss Kosman and Picciotto’s crossword blog, Word Salad.