These New Yorkers want to transform the September 11 museum, but can it be anything other than a purveyor of War on Terror propaganda?
As the world loses time to act, US elites are working to dominate the remains of a ruined planet.
The former president doesn’t want to destroy the security state. He wants to bend it to his will.
In a footnote, the Supreme Court directs Black and brown advancement into a uniform.
The whistleblower confronted his complicity in the Vietnam-era war machine. His successors within it prefer to show up at Henry Kissinger's gala.
There should be no future for Section 702, an enduring vestige of the post-9/11 security state. To kill it, all Congress has to do is do nothing.
The extreme right is often misconstrued as anti-war. In reality, it wants to wage its war on American soil—against people whose Americanness it won’t recognize.
New column for The Nation – and you, the FOREVER WARS subscriber – just dropped. Unless the post-9/11 forever prison is permanently shuttered, it’s only a matter of time before one of Biden’s successors takes up Trump’s unrealized call to fill it back up with “some bad dudes.”