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The Harrowing, Two-Year Detention of a Transgender Asylum Seeker
Why was Alejandra Barrera, who, with worsening health, was detained in the country's only ICE unit for trans women, repeatedly denied humanitarian parole?
By Murat OztaskinOctober 31, 2019
After ICE Came to Morton, Mississippi
About one in ten of the city’s residents was jailed or fired after raids at local chicken plants. But, for most, Morton is still home.
By Charles BetheaOctober 31, 2019
The Making of Lebanon’s October Revolution
The protests against government corruption and austerity measures that quickly spread across the country this month have led Prime Minister Saad Hariri to announce his resignation.
By Helen SullivanOctober 29, 2019
The Circus Comes to the House Impeachment Inquiry
The bipartisan hearings have become a test of how far some Republicans in Congress will go to defend Donald Trump.
By Robert P. BairdOctober 29, 2019
Chicago’s Striking Teachers Test a Progressive New Mayor
The central sticking point between educators and Mayor Lori Lightfoot has not been salaries but the teachers’ demands for expanded support services and enforceable limits on class size.
By Peter SlevinOctober 26, 2019
Joshua Wong’s Long Campaign for the Future of Hong Kong
The onetime figurehead of Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement has evolved from defiant teen-age protester to international lobbyist and emerging politician.
By Megan K. StackOctober 23, 2019
How to Mourn a Glacier
In Iceland, a memorial ceremony suggests new ways to think about climate change.
By Lacy M. JohnsonOctober 20, 2019
On Impeachment, Doug Jones, the Unlikely Alabama Senator, Is Getting Pressure from Both Sides
Jones has been travelling around Alabama during the Senate recess, holding town halls and meeting with constituents, many of whom want to know where he stands on the evolving inquiry.
By Charles BetheaOctober 11, 2019
What a Pediatrician Can Do for a Child Seeking Asylum—and What She Can’t
I wish these children no harm, but our conversations are not private. Every result will leave my office, leave my hands, and factor somehow—in ways I cannot know or predict—into this child’s uncertain future.
By Rachel PearsonOctober 8, 2019
Why Representative Max Rose Ended His Holdout on the Trump Impeachment Inquiry
“The President of the United States may be willing to violate the Constitution to get reëlected,” the congressman from Staten Island said. “I will not.”
By Eric LachOctober 3, 2019
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