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While much of the media attention on the book focused on Comey’s digs at Trump, there is much more to it. more

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The fixer always fixes things for himself, first. Might that spell trouble for Donald Trump? more

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This is what April 22 is all about. Treasures from our archives including Denis Hayes, Barry Commoner, Ralph Nader, and Gaylord Nelson. more

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I don’t know what I expected when I walked out of the Parliament building in the shadow of Big Ben, but a child in a rubber Donald Trump mask wasn’t it. And yet there he was. more

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In the upside-down Trumpverse, nothing is as it seems. It's like being stuck in Monty Python's never ending "Argument Clinic." more

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Wendy Quinn

Ten years ago I would never have imagined 500 women and men marching in Fort Wayne, Indiana for women’s rights. Could this signal a tipping point, even in one of the reddest states in the nation? more

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Trump's economic claims have breached the wall between upbeat spin and outright mendacity. more

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George Bush Presidential Library and Museum

“We’ve had good and bad Presidents, but all 44 people who preceded Trump, saw themselves as representing everyone in the United States, even those who didn’t vote for them. Trump has never tried to do that.” more

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Gratisography

2017 was a rough year for public schools. But there is hope ahead. more

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Library of Congress

In 2018 all eyes are on electoral politics. But what does that mean for social movements? more

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C-SPAN

Stephens delivered a dramatic rebuke of the notion that people with Down Syndrome and their families lead lives of perpetual suffering. Republicans gave him a standing ovation but voted against him anyway. more

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2018 Reese Erlich

December's spontaneous protests among young, working-class Iranians reflect the similar tensions over wealth inequality that plague the U.S. But that hasn't stopped Donald Trump from using the protests to justify his aggressive policies. more

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Wisconsin’s public schools used to be at the top of the class. How they fell so far and so fast is a cautionary tale for our country’s rural schools. more

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If our nation’s values are to survive the tenure of Trump, this magazine’s founding ideals must be nurtured and spread. more

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The growing list of words discouraged by the Trump Administration reflects its anti-science agenda. more

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Teke Wiggin

The intransigent communications giant bodes ill for the future of unions (not to mention net neutrality). more

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There was a lot to fight against in 2017, and it was sometimes hard to think about building for the future. But a new campaign aims to change that in 2018. more

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The film, chronicling the Pentagon Papers, is extremely of the moment as another tyrannical president seeks to undermine the free press as he and his administration are under investigation. more

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Mark Fiore

President Trump is determined to oppose the imaginary war with a full-throated defense of Christianity and all things Christmas—look away from those pesky sick children! more

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