The New Republic Staff

The New York Times Has Hired Nate Cohn
November 20, 2013

PRESS RELEASENate Cohn is parting ways with The New Republic and moving to The New York Times, where he will join their newly created data and polling team led by David Leonhardt.

Photos: Kennedy Hatred in 1960s Dallas Looks a Lot Like Obama Hatred Today
November 18, 2013

"Treason!" "Socialism!" America's extremists, then and now, remain awfully similar

Oklahoma Incarcerates More Women Than Any Country on Earth
November 13, 2013

Oklahoma has the world's highest incarceration rate for women. Yousef Khanfar traveled there and took these pictures of them.

On Our Cover: Elizabeth Warren as 'Being John Malkovich'
November 08, 2013

We started off with the idea of a big photo of Senator Elizabeth Warren on the cover with a big, bold line on top like "The Next President of the United States," but quickly realized how lame that was.

Michael Galinsky's Retro Photos of 1980s Shopping Malls Are, Like, Totally Rad
November 06, 2013

Just another reminder of why crimped hair went out of style.

Orson Welles' 'War of the Worlds' Radio Broadcast Was a Complete Spectacle
October 30, 2013

75 years ago today, Orson Welles scared some people silly with his radio broadcast of 'War of the Worlds.'

Olivo Barbieri's Aerial Photography: Seven Cities Like You've Never Seen Them
October 08, 2013

Everyone is familiar with the toy-like character the world assumes when looked at from a plane window. For the past ten years, the Italian photographer Olivo Barbieri has embellished this effect in his aerial photographs of major world cities.

The Next Time Someone Tells You Books Are Doomed, Show Them These Numbers
October 08, 2013

Shrinking Industry? The numbers would prove otherwise. 

The New Republic Sex Issue
October 07, 2013

The New York Times Book Review published a sex issue Sunday, which includes reviews, author essays, and readers’ stories about losing one’s innocence.

Tom Clancy's Dreamiest, Most Purple-y Prose
October 03, 2013

In between bursts of gunfire, blaring submarine sirens, and the clack of spy gadgets, Tom Clancy, who died this week at age 66, often exposed himself as a little bit dreamy, a lot philosophical, and desperately in need of a thorough edit.

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