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The Supreme Court’s Coming Paralysis

by Jeff Greenfield

Why there’s really no chance President Obama will be able to appoint another Justice to the bench, regardless of what happens in November.


Mosul w/out Christians for First time in 1,900 Years as Radical Fundamentalists Threaten Minorities

by Juan Cole

For the first time in nearly 2000 years, there are virtually no Christians in the city of Mosul in northern Iraq.


How Turbans Helped Some Blacks Go Incognito In The Jim Crow Era

by Tanvi Misra

'A Turban Makes Anyone An Indian.


Requiem for the American Century

by Tom Engelhardt

Turning 70, Paragraph by Paragraph.


Heterosexuality in America: Fifty Years and Counting

by Marc Stein

In October 1964, two years after “The Furtive Fraternity” was “exposed,” one of the most interesting and revealing responses to “Homosexuality in America” also was published in Philadelphia.


New York City has a Seegerfest, Celebrating Pete Seeger and his Reprehensible Politics

by Ronald Radosh

"Seeger’s blind spot was his persistent Stalinism, his decades-long love affair with the American Communist Party and his tendency to endorse and support almost every far left campaign that asked him to sign on."


America’s Long History of Immigrant Scaremongering

by Jamelle Bouie

Conservatives claim that the young immigrants crossing the border are diseased and pose a dangerous public health risk. It’s a sad American tradition.


Visiting the 9/11 memorial and museum

by Adam Gopnik

The site contains more contradictions, unresolved and perhaps unresolvable, than any other eight acres in Manhattan.


Right-wing obstruction could have been fought: An ineffective and gutless presidency’s legacy is failure

by Thomas Frank

Yes, we know, the crazy House. But we were promised hope and change on big issues. We got no vision and less action.


Debunking the right’s enduring myth: The truth about Richard Nixon and the fight to overturn the 1960 election

by Paul Rosenberg

Nixon's allies and aides contested the '60 presidential election fiercely.


From Lusitania to Malaysia Flight 17, a tale of disasters that sparked crises and wars

by J. Brooks Spector

What’s clear from history - if history is to repeat itself - is that the disaster is momentous, illustrative, and a game-changer.



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