Kate Clinton has invented a new app.
Kate Clinton doesn’t enjoy being in a state of suspended animation.
Kate Clinton tries to dabble in memoir.
Kate Clinton fondly remembers her dad at the bill-paying table.
The day after killers shot her father, a trade unionist, at point blank range, seventeen-year-old Yessika Hoyos vowed that his murder would not be forgotten.
This article originally appeared in the November 2013 edition of The Progressive.
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Twelve years after her dad was murdered, she is still looking for answers.
Exposing a favorite U.S. falsehood.
From the Feb. 2013 edition of The Progressive.
It was a cold winter evening in December 2009 when I reached Ziauddin, the father of Malala Yousafzai. I called him because I was doing a story about internally displaced children of Swat, a region of Pakistan that had recently witnessed intense fighting between the Taliban and the Pakistani army. He was running a private school, and he agreed to an interview.
From the July 2013 edition of The Progressive magazine...
It was 96 degrees on another miserable August day in Bush Country circa 2005 when Cindy Sheehan finally got the attention of CNN.
An ex-TransCanada engineer is warning of pipeline safety issues.
The White House has declined to label the July 3 ouster of Morsi a coup, a move that would legally require it to cut off the $1.5 billion (mostly military) aid it provides to Egypt annually.
He said he was “absolutely” opposed to racial discrimination by government institutions, but not absolutely for outlawing racial discrimination by private business owners.
Book review of This Town: Two Parties and a Funeral—Plus Plenty of Valet Parking!—in America’s Gilded Capital, By Mark Leibovich.
Like a lot of people I know, I am concerned about mountaintop removal and climate change. But when we delay our concern until dangers have become sensational, we are late. Whether or not we are too late is a question that should not interest us. Even if we are too late, we still must accept responsibility and try to make things better.