Inside the Anti-Obamacare Carnival
Libertarian foes of the health care law are celebrating big victories—and have more Champagne to pop.
Russia’s Corrupt Chokehold on EuropeHow Russia uses its money and energy muscle to keep Europe weak and divided.
A Budget Cut by Any Other NamePaul Ryan is promising his sweeping poverty reforms won’t mean less money for the poor. History says otherwise.
The Man the Chamber of Commerce Can’t BeatRep. Justin Amash was supposed to be an easy target for GOP centrists. He is on his way to an easy victory.
Putin’s PalStephen Cohen was once considered a top Russia historian. Now he publishes odd defenses of Vladimir Putin. The Nation just published his most outrageous one yet.
Roads & Kingdoms
Honduras’ Killing FieldsIn these rural lands, poverty, murder, and injustice fuel a battle between farmers and rich landowners.
What It's Like to Report in Conflict Zones TodayMore risk, less money—but just as important.
“Skip the Commentary, Find the Reporting”How Will Saletan kept up with this week’s news from Israel and Gaza.
Paul Ryan’s Anti-Poverty Plan Is PaternalisticIt’s also a thoughtful, compassionate blueprint for a better social safety net.
The Crisis in Black HomeownershipHow the recession turned owners into renters and obliterated black American wealth.
Israel’s Media BlackoutWhy aren’t Israeli journalists questioning their military’s devastation in Gaza?
Arizona’s Botched ExecutionThe state claims that witnesses are lying about the two-hour debacle.