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Zeeshan Aleem

Zeeshan Aleem is a writer and editor for MSNBC Daily. Previously, he worked at Vox, HuffPost and Politico, and he has also been published in The New York Times, The Atlantic, The Nation and elsewhere. 

Zeeshan Aleem is a writer and editor for MSNBC Daily. Previously, he worked at Vox, HuffPost and Politico, and he has also been published in The New York Times, The Atlantic, The Nation and elsewhere. 

Latest from Zeeshan Aleem

4d ago

From Gab to Gettr: Conservative social media has plenty of pitfalls

New data suggest that right-wing politicos see their influence suppressed by alternative social media.
5d ago

Joe Biden never ended the war in Afghanistan

The U.S. never ended the war in Afghanistan — it just changed form, and millions are suffering.
6d ago

Biden's free Covid test plan through private insurers is a mess

New rules requiring private insurance companies to cover costs for at-home Covid tests are already exposing big problems.
10d ago

Senator Kyrsten Sinema's filibuster speech was maddening

The Arizona senator's floor speech called for unity with those who seek to subvert our democracy.
12d ago

Trump attacks DeSantis over Covid vaccines in possible 2024 preview

Trump is trying to force Republicans to build a party consensus on vaccines that favors him as he eyes a 2024 run.
13d ago

Joe Manchin is turning his back on coal miners by rejecting Biden's bill

How the West Virginia Democrat's opposition to the Build Back Better bill aligns him with big business interests.
13d ago

Bernie Sanders has a plan to boost the Democrats before the midterm elections

Sanders thinks Democrats can win working-class voters by forcing Republicans to vote against progressive policies.
18d ago

How Trump's Jan. 6 lies really worked, in one chart

Former President Donald Trump torpedoed Mike Pence's and Mitch McConnell's reputations after they diverged from him on 2020 election results.
19d ago

January 6 Capitol riot a reminder that Trump used humor as a weapon

Donald Trump wanted to be both jester and king — and reshaped America in the process.
26d ago

Why Kamala Harris' cozy relationship with corporations is worrying

The vice president's corporate-influenced migration policy exemplifies why her hobnobbing should worry us.
27d ago

Netflix's 'Don't Look Up' misjudges the effort to tackle climate change

The Netflix film has set off a debate about whether it's an effective satire of our problems confronting global warming.