Every year, toy companies come out with some ridiculous new toy that supposedly ratchets up the "cute" factor about ten points past where it has any good reason to be. This year is, frighteningly, no different from any other.
The New York State Airline Passenger Bill of Rights seeks to save fliers from a recurrent travel nightmare: being stranded on a crammed airplane for hours— breathing stagnant air, with no food, no water and unsanitary bathrooms. But yesterday the Air Transport Association of America, a trade gro ... More >>
Once again, Ralph Nader has thrown his hat into the presidential race. The perennial candidate spoke with the Voice about corporate greed, impeaching Bush and why he thinks Obama and Clinton are one in the same. Village Voice: What made you decide to run for president again? Ralph Nader: Same rea ... More >>
Echoes of Watergate in the twilight of the Bush presidency
Still waiting for our representativesand presidential candidatesto address criminal U.S. kidnappings
With no sign of torture on a prisoner, then it didn't happen, right?
A funny thing happened on the way to monarchy: a rare Supreme Court take-back
Prisoners and interrogators are both brutalized in a war that changes who we are.
Through the new Congress, we can begin to take back our country from George III's descendants
No previous American law has been as subversive as the Military Commissions Act of 2006
Leaving the United Nations, the Secretary General tells us why it's not working.
In 2007, the 'reality show' of the American rule of law, for the world to see.
The Supreme Court ordered him to treat detainees as "civilized peoples" do. He refuses.
Bush becomes commander in chief of Congress. The junior senator from New York objects.
McCain's deal on prisoners means White House lawlessness rolls on
Eve Ensler's new drama about a soldier, his hot shrink, and some naughty war crimes
Reprimanded by the Supreme Court, the Bush administration rushes to evade punishment
Harsh light from the Supreme Court on White House war crimes against detainees everywhere
Invoking centuries of Jewish law, hundreds of American rabbis confront Bush
A close-up of Sudan's chief mass murderer and his genteel, cultivated entourage
A report, based entirely on Defense Department documents, exposes the truth about Guantánamo
The story is Bush's spying, not the story's messenger
Welcome to Bushland, but first put on your wading boots
A PBS documentary names U.S. torture commanders
Bush says the U.S. doesnt abuse detainees, but the evidence says otherwise
Flashback to Abu Ghraib, where a soldier's day only feels like a year
Making the Bush team responsible for international crimes against detainees
ACLU releases documents of U.S. torture of detainees by more than 'a few bad apples'
Embedded with the Marines in Iraq
Bush defies the Supreme Court by denying due process to noncitizen prisoners
Exposing our secret interrogation centersaround and outside our laws
Bush's lawyers conclude the torture of prisoners is justified in war on terrorism
Hello, America: Iraqi citizens fire back and ring in the dawn of a shiny new era
The leashes belonged on our own soldiersno matter how you spin it
Early doublespeak from the Bush team on how to handle detainees
He crumbles and turns petulant under grilling by senators
The U.S. Occupation turns malignant, like those cancerous prison cells
Our Military Tries to Recruit Canada's Inuit
Facts and Shivers
A Brief History of the U.S.'s Convention Warfare
A Conversation With the UN's High Commissioner for Human Rights