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March 23, 2009

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  • Editorial

    DC Voting Rights Debacle

    The Democrats fail to stop a draconian gun amendment from being attached to an otherwise worthwhile bill backing representation for DC citizens.

    Greg Kaufmann

  • Dr. Gupta, Give Me the News

    Withdrawing his bid for Surgeon General, CNN's Sanjay Gupta is headed back to TV. But his medical reporting, like his nomination, is worrisome.

    Chris Mooney

  • Rage Is Good

    Demonstrations April 4 calling Wall Street to account could help progressive populism come alive in America. Obama and Congress need the pressure.

    Tom Hayden

  • Ten Things You Can Do to Stay in Your Home

    Advice and resources for preventing or fighting foreclosure.

    The Nation

  • Tom Geoghegan’s Run

    Tom Geoghegan may not have prevailed at the polls, but he won the ideas primary.

    John Nichols

  • Green Power Struggle

    An act of civil disobedience at a coal-fired generator in DC shows the movement to halt global warming is now in its second act.

    Chris Hayes

  • Noted.

    Max Fraser on Republic Windows & Doors, John Nichols on the FCC and on Obama's pick for commerce secretary, Loren Lynch on carbon caps

    The Editors

  • Obama’s Iraq Exit

    Obama's exit plan leaves unresolved the role of private security contractors and the residual force of as many as 50,000 troops that will remain in place.

    The Editors

  • Comes the Change

    Obama's first budget is an audacious plan to transform America. But in sad testament to how deeply we've fallen, it is not bold enough.

    Robert L. Borosage