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As the US withdrawal looms, women’s rights advocates plan to carry on their fierce, lonely fight.
The government says he is a terrorist. But his conversations with undercover police tell a different story.
How many dysfunctional election cycles are we going to endure before we accept the necessity of this reform?
The heat is on big banks and CEOs as labor and community activists band together.
As Beltway pundits were captivated by Woodward’s whining over an imaginary threat, the Obama administration was delivering on its real threats to Manning.
Section 5 is as necessary today as it was in 1965, when Alabama state troopers beat freedom marchers in Selma.
It’s because they are so beholden to their big-money contributors that they can’t fight the GOP even on issues that they know have overwhelming public support.
Feminists were quick—too quick—to question the Facebook COO's motives for writing Lean In, her self-help manifesto.
The soul-destroying weariness in A.B. Yehoshua’s stories seems as old as time itself—and unique to contemporary Israel.
Even when painting is abstract, it never ceases to be concerned with decoration.
Frustrated, stubborn, committed to bad science, was Louis Agassiz anything other than a laughingstock?
Robert Burley’s The Disappearance of Darkness, Harvey Wang’s From Darkroom to Daylight.
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