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We are closer to a nuclear war than we have ever been. Read more


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Hate Free Zone Queens Arts and Culture Committee

The diverse groups that drove the resistance movement to the retail giant signal a shifting politics nationwide. Read more

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Bret Hartman

Service-sector employees are often scheduled on a week-to-week basis. That’s not sustainable for them, or for the companies paying them. Read more


Fallout and reverberations in the climate would follow the immediate, devastating impact of a nuclear blast. Read more


“Although the President is free to criticize the press, he cannot use the power and authority of the United States government to punish and stifle it.” Read more


Winona LaDuke talks about defeating bad ideas and realizing good ones. Read more


It’s not only a pipeline, it’s the future of the planet. Read more


If necessity is the mother of invention, catastrophe is the pathway for fundamental change. Read more



minnie phan

Across the country, local groups have long been doing the work of filling the gaps in access to the procedure. Read more


Suketu Mehta’s new book, This Land Is Our Land, examines the supposed threat of immigration from every angle. Read more


An exclusive excerpt from a new book about America’s largest mass trial and its most radical labor union. Read more



From: "Art-studies from nature, as applied to design," 1872.

What can we do to meet our most challenging threats? Read more

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Brad Dougherty

If you’re wondering what life is like for many disabled folks, think about those TV commercials for amusement parks like Great America. Read more