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Maaaybe a wild-haired socialist from Vermont won’t win the presidency. But Bernie Sanders just might change politics for good.
Abortion clinics are closing at a rate of 1.5 a week. Welcome back to a pre-Roe world.
The average US student takes more than 113 standardized tests before graduation. This spring, Kiana Hernandez became one of a growing number of kids saying: Enough.
Inside the secret, back-channel negotiations that transformed America’s relationship with Cuba.
MIAMI NICE: Are Florida’s Power Brokers Mellowing on Cuba?
PHOTOS: 120 Years of Rocky US-Cuba Relations in Pictures.
How a renegade optometrist is defying Big Ag and saving Mexican farms—with the finest tequila you’ll ever taste.
Four decades from now, Tim Murphy hopes his writing as a 28-year-old will hold up at least as well as Bernie Sanders’ has (“‘We’re Not Crazy'”).
2 Molly Redden logged 300 miles and ran over one rattlesnake while driving between the country’s dwindling abortion clinics (“How the War on Women Was Won”); 3 Donna Ferrato’s work has been included in the permanent collections of the International Center of Photography and the Corcoran Gallery of Art.
Former MoJo education reporter 4 Kristina Rizga (“‘Sorry, I’m Not Taking This Test'”) lives in San Francisco; her book, Mission High, was released in August.
Peter Kornbluh directs the Cuba Documentation Project at the National Security Archive, and William M. LeoGrande is a professor of government at American University; their article (“Cuba Confidential“) is adapted from a forthcoming epilogue to their book, Back Channel to Cuba.
5 Ted Genoways (“Heart of Agave”) is the author of The Chain: Farm, Factory, and the Fate of Our Food.
6 Gary Taxali is a Canadian illustrator (“Chilling Effect,” and “Come at King Corn”) whose work has appeared in the New York Times, Esquire, and Rolling Stone.