Robert Reich: Back to the Nineteenth CenturyFebruary 2015
So what will be the galvanizing force for change this time?
Marissa Higgins: No Results FoundFebruary 2015
I know where my mother is, and still I cannot find her.
John Stoehr: The Politics of Bad MedicineFebruary 2015
How partisanship infects the vaccine debate.
Matthew Harwood: The Lone-Wolf Terror TrapFebruary 2015
The fear of lone-wolf terrorism rises.
Julie Angwin: The World’s Email Encryption Software Relies on One Guy, Who is Going BrokeFebruary 2015
Werner Koch’s code powers the email encryption programs around the world.
Ryann Grochowski Jones: Ridesharing, Uber & Drunk DrivingFebruary 2015
The ridesharing service published a report last week connecting the rise of Uber to a drop in drunk driving accidents. Except the connection isn’t so clear.
Norman Solomon: Destroy the Whistleblower and Perfume the Stench of ‘Operation Merlin’February 2015
The leak trial of CIA officer Jeffrey Sterling never got near a smoking gun, but the entire circumstantial case was a smokescreen.
Robert Reich: The Share-the-Scraps EconomyFebruary 2015
The economy of the future will be driven by robots, with little room for real people.
William J. Astore: War Is the New NormalFebruary 2015
Seven deadly reasons why America’s wars persist.
Manash Bhattacharjee: Let Children BeFebruary 2015
On violence against children after the Peshawar tragedy.
Céline Sciamma: Bande De FillesFebruary 2015
Alex Zafiris talks to French director Céline Sciamma about her new film, Girlhood.
Richard Falk: Despicable SavagesFebruary 2015
American Sniper is arch propaganda which glorifies American offensive warfare while marginalizing Iraqi suffering.
Sisi Wei: Reinforcing China’s Great FirewallFebruary 2015
In its latest effort to limit its citizens' access to unapproved information, the People's Republic is cracking down on VPNs.
Joe Sexton: True or False, the Power of Confessions is GreatJanuary 2015
The Etan Patz murder trial is the latest test case for measuring the power of a confession, whether or not it’s actually true.
Andrew Bacevich: Save Us From Washington’s VisionariesJanuary 2015
What happened when muddling was the best Washington had on offer.
Olivier Morel and Maël: The Ongoing WarJanuary 2015
Twenty-two veterans commit suicide every day. In the graphic novel Walking Wounded, Olivier Morel and Maël set out to tell their stories.
Michelle Dove: Alt VicesJanuary 2015
Flash Fiction: When I feel a human-sized void, is it instinctual that I fill it with a human?
Norman Solomon: Jeffrey Sterling—The Invisible ManJanuary 2015
The mass media have suddenly discovered Jeffrey Sterling—after his conviction Monday afternoon as a CIA whistleblower.
Megan McCloskey: Pentagon Finally Identifies the Remains of a POW Lost Since 1942January 2015
Long buried alongside hundreds of unknown US soldiers in the Philippines, Pvt. Arthur “Bud” Kelder is on his way home after a lawsuit by his family and an investigation by ProPublica and NPR.
Samantha Tucker: Kitchen RemodelJanuary 2015
One mother repaints her walls the color of grief.
Robert Reich: Wall Street’s Threat to the American Middle ClassJanuary 2015
Most presidential aspirants don’t want to talk about taming the Street.
Jeremy Lybarger: Ronald Reagan’s Black Magic ManJanuary 2015
A President’s superstitions and an astrologer’s fate.
Norman Solomon: The CIA Tries to Hide Its IncompetenceJanuary 2015
The trial of Jeffrey Sterling has revealed how far the agency will go to cover up its blunders.
Tom Engelhardt: More and WarJanuary 2015
Peace used to be part of the American political lexicon.
Paul Kiel and Chris Arnold: Senator to Hospitals, Stop Suing Poor PatientsJanuary 2015
Sen. Charles Grassley asks a Missouri nonprofit hospital to explain why it seizes the wages of thousands of its patients.
Nikole Hannah-Jones: Housing Discrimination, the Supreme Court’s Latest Race CaseJanuary 2015
Many fear a Texas case could gut the landmark Fair Housing Act.
Maya Schenwar: Your Home Is Your PrisonJanuary 2015
How to lock down your neighborhood, your country, and you.
Nick Turse: The Golden Age of Black OpsJanuary 2015
Special ops missions have already taken place in 105 countries in 2015..
Robert Reich: The New Compassionate Conservatism and Trickle-Down EconomicsJanuary 2015
"Republicans have still got a whopping credibility problem, starting with trickle-down economics."
Julia Angwin and Mike Tigas: The Tracking Cookie That You Can’t KillJanuary 2015
An online ad company called Turn is using tracking cookies that come back to life after Verizon users have deleted them. Turn’s services are used by everyone from Google to Facebook.