Brad Sherman: Throwing punchesâ€‹The battle is now underway to determine which bald, Jewish Democrat who voted for the Iraq war will continue to represent the San Fernando Valley in Congress.At their first debate on Thursday night, Reps. Brad Sherman and Howard Berman eagerly tore into each other, s ... More >>
It's all over now, Baby Blue, as Barack Obama wins the presidential nomination for the third or fourth time
Game Six: It Ain't Pretty
Why I still love him
Tijuana art in Santa Monica
Just another stalled election, not the surging leftist revolution some U.S. observers wish to see
The people’s party have met the enemy — themselves
In a bellwether city in a battleground state, the Democrats are walking the walk
Kem Nunn on environmental apocalypse, surfing subcultures and his new novel, Tijuana Straits
But if they’re not arguing with each other, are they still really Democrats?
Border crossings gone very, very wrong
The Dems choose their mail-order bride
And a revolution in South-Central
Edwards hangs in, Dean vanishes, and Bush provisionally tanks
Kucinich, the Cleveland crusader, battles Washington
Wesley Clark, Democrat or Republican?
Nine Democrats in search of a message
When war goes well, what else can a peace candidate do but hit up his L.A. fans for money?
Politics may be a drag, but kids today are turning Green instead of tuning out
Two Baja laborers led land invasions with their poor neighbors and brought down the wrath of a government intent on enforcing rules that protect the rich
Alfonso Cuarón hits the road
The top six demands of anti-globalization protesters
Walter Russell Mead makes a case for U.S. foreign-policy effectiveness
Our recommendations in the April 10 Los Angeles city election
Why Cornel West, Barbara Ehrenreich, Alexander Cockburn, Katha Pollitt and others are voting for Ralph Nader . . .And why Todd Gitlin, Ishmael Reed, Arlie Hochschild, Robert Scheer and others are not
The Weekly’s recommendations in the November general election
Tongue and blood at ACE Gallery. Plus, Adrian Piper at MOCA.
How Bill Bradley Learned to be a Principled Liberal, but not how to Campaign, and how Al Gore Learned to be a Terrific Campaigner, while Trashing his Party's Historic Principles.
The U.S. stands to lose if millennium bug strikes south of the border
Bernie Sanders on the WTO, the IMF and the democratic process
Seattle summit brings 134 governments and tens of thousands of protesters together — to disagree on the rules of the global economy
Dangerous déjà vu as Mexican university strike turns ugly
For the Weekly's handy one-page tear-out Voter Guide, see the inside back cover of next week's issue.
American liberalism at century's end
Never mind the Republican attack on Clinton. What about the Republican attack on us?
Well, not really, but it sure as hell would screw the GOP, and might just save Social Security
U.S. arms dealing leads Project Censored’s list of the Top 10 underreported stories of 1997
The Anti-Presidential Library
Jane Harman tries out the open primary
IMF is bad medicine for Asian flu