The New Republic Staff

The Limits of Human Domination, in the American West and Beyond
July 03, 2014

A photographic survey of the many facets of human relationships to the land.

One of Senegal's Most Beautiful Beaches Was Once a Slave-Trading Hub
An alternate view of the island of Gorée
June 27, 2014

The pleasures of a day at the beach can transcend the darkest of histories.

On Our Cover: Hillary Clinton's Primary of One
June 26, 2014

A guide to the least contentious election of our time.

These Vintage Photos of Naked Soldiers Show the Intimate Side of War
June 23, 2014

New book My Buddy: World War II Laid Bare collects images of Allied soldiers in naked horseplay.

The Case of the Disappearing Woman
What we see when we look at a woman in hijab
June 22, 2014

What we see when we look at a woman in hijab.

World Leaders Interacting Awkwardly with Soccer Balls
Unstatesmanlike conduct!
June 17, 2014

Including George Bush slidetackling...himself.

'Game of Thrones' Ends Its Fourth Season
June 15, 2014

“Game of Thrones” has no heroes, and anybody who looks like one is probably lying or about to die.

Amanda Silverman Named Deputy Editor, Linda Kinstler Managing Editor, and Rebecca Leber Joins as Staff Writer
June 10, 2014

Franklin Foer, Editor of The New Republic, announced two promotions and a hire today.

Rare Photos from the Romanovs' Family Album
June 02, 2014

Rare photographs of the Romanov sisters from the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library.

Watch Maya Angelou Read at Clinton's First Inaugural
May 28, 2014

The poet reads "On the Pulse of Morning."