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Command and Control

A new film chronicles nine hours of terror that prevented an explosion 600 times more powerful than Hiroshima.


Strangers in Their Own Land

A new book plumbs our deep political divide and asks the question: how does the world look from the heart of the right?


How Everything Became War and the Military Became Everything

In these modern times, is it possible to define "war" with any clarity?


SOCIAL CINEMA @ NEW AMERICA
Trapped

It has been 43 years since Roe v. Wade passed 7-2, but according to a new film, the war against reproductive health clinics rages on.


Chain of Title

Foreclosure fraud has undermined the financial security of millions of Americans, and three ordinary people are fighting back.


SOCIAL CINEMA @ NEW AMERICA
Time to Choose

There are solutions to the climate change crisis, but we are in a race against the clock to respond.


WIRELESS FUTURE PROJECT and FLEXIBLE, FUTURE-READY NETWORKS
Fast and Free

Wi-Fi is essential to New York City's strategy to give every resident and business access to affordable, reliable, high-speed broadband.


The Morning They Came For Us

When Janine di Giovanni first arrived in Damascus in 2012, she immediately recognized the familiar sight of a country on the brink of war.


SOCIAL CINEMA @ NEW AMERICA
The Witness

Catherine "Kitty" Genovese was stabbed to death on a street in Queens, New York, in 1964, and 38 witnesses, it was claimed, did nothing.


BROADLY SPEAKING
Breaking the Silence Surrounding Antenatal Depression

What can be done to ease the damaging guilt, shame, and stigma surrounding depression during pregnancy?


American Amnesia

According to a new book by Jacob Hacker and Paul Pierson, what's good for business and what's good for Americans has become misaligned.


On The Frontier

For some, emerging markets appear to be a turbulent and risky frontier; for others, they represent an opportunity.