On Our Cover: Hillary Clinton's Primary of One
June 26, 2014
A guide to the least contentious election of our time.
On Our Cover: The Brutal Ageism of Tech
March 21, 2014
In our new cover story, senior editor Noam Scheiber reports from "one of the most ageist places in America"—Silicon Valley, where "it’s better to be perceived as naïve and immature than to have voted in the 1980s." Over the past eight months, Scheibe
On Our Cover: The Age of Revolution
March 06, 2014
A peek at our new issue and what's inside.
On Our Cover: The Loneliness of Vladimir Putin
January 31, 2014
In our upcoming cover story (available online Sunday evening), Julia Ioffe travels to Moscow weeks before the Winter Olympics.
On Our Cover: The Whistleblowers
January 17, 2014
In our upcoming cover story (available online Sunday evening), Sean Wilentz takes a deep dive into the histories of the world's most famous "whistle-blowers": Edward Snowden, Glenn Greenwald, and Julian Assange.
On Our Cover: Hate-Watching Washington
November 22, 2013
In the our upcoming cover story, writer T.A.
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.
Can You Name All of the Famous People on The New Republic's New Cover?
September 23, 2013
In this week's issue of The New Republic, Alec MacGillis writes about Doug Band, the man in Bill Clinton's inner circle who did more to shape his post-presidential life than anyone.
On Our Cover: In Defense of the Wild Child
August 30, 2013
This week's cover story, by Elizabeth Weil, documents a new and disturbing trend in childhood education: emotional self-regulation.
On Our Cover: The Perestroika Pope
August 16, 2013
In this week's cover story, Damon Linker investigates how the man once known as Jorge Mario Bergoglio will change the future of Catholic Church. Since being elected Pope in March, Francis has heartened progressive Catholics with his focus on the poor