Georgia 2Party of Lincoln Takes Aim at Black Voters

Georgia GOP rewrites laws to hedge against growing minority strength

By Lou Dubose

Democratic candidate Michelle Nunn is one of very few firewalls against a Republican takeover of the U.S. Senate. What remains of President Obama’s agenda might hang on the election results posted in Atlanta in November. “The voter-ID bill is big,” Atlanta Democratic Senator Nan Orrock told me. “But it is one part of a much larger whole.”

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300,000 Protesters In Manhattan

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More than 300,000 climate protestors marching through Manhattan yesterday turned out because, as Bill McKibben, Eddie Bautista, and LaTonya Crisp-Sauray, wrote last week, the world has left the Holocene behind: scientists tell us that we’ve already raised the planet’s temperature almost one degree Celsius, and are on track for four or five more degrees by century’s end.

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west_blast1Will Obama Take on the Chemical Lobby?

The president shares responsibility if no action taken on chemical-plant safety

By Rick Hind Read

alg-olson-boies-jpgPrejudice on Trial

The days in which respectable people stand against gay marriage are numbered

By Gabriel Arana Read

dollarsMore Than $3 Trillion and Counting

The real cost of the big foreign-policy initiatives of George W. Bush

By Lou Dubose Read

images_131122_newspapers_0More to News Than Newspapers

Ignored is the truly revolutionary emergence of new media

By Marc Cooper Read

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