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WhatsApp Claims That an Israeli Tech Firm’s Spyware Targeted Human-Rights Activists and Journalists
According to a lawsuit, NSO Group allegedly developed malware in order to access WhatsApp messages and other communications after they were decrypted on targeted devices.
By Adam EntousOctober 29, 2019
A Hunger Strike in ICE Detention
Ajay Kumar, an asylum seeker from India, went on a hunger strike to protest the “animal-like treatment” he faced in ICE custody. His strike has drawn attention the harsh conditions migrants face at the border.
By Rozina AliOctober 29, 2019
The Importance of Cigarette Receipts in a Thirty-Two-Year-Old Murder Case
Two Brooklyn men have asked a court to vacate their convictions for the murder of a French tourist in 1987. Could proving the purchase of a carton of Marlboros provide the key to their exoneration?
By Jennifer GonnermanOctober 25, 2019
How Lev Parnas Became Part of the Trump Campaign’s “One Big Family”
Parnas was an early supporter of Trump. Now, after investigating Joe and Hunter Biden, he is at the center of the investigation that could result in the President’s impeachment.
By Adam EntousOctober 15, 2019
Why Trump’s Fourth Secretary of Homeland Security Just Resigned
Kevin McAleenan passed as a moderate, data-driven steward of D.H.S. in the context of Trump’s Washington, but by almost any other standard, his aggressive measures have wreaked havoc on the lives of migrants.
By Jonathan BlitzerOctober 11, 2019
Demonstrators in Haiti Are Fighting for an Uncertain Future
Waves of protests against the administration of President Jovenel Moïse have swept the Caribbean nation. If Moïse steps down, what sort of government will follow?
By Edwidge DanticatOctober 10, 2019
The Invention of the Conspiracy Theory on Biden and Ukraine
How a conservative dark-money group that targeted Hillary Clinton in 2016 spread the discredited story that may lead to Donald Trump’s impeachment.
By Jane MayerOctober 4, 2019
How Disinformation Reaches Donald Trump
Former Trump officials say that the President and some of his aides traffic in conspiracy theories. Trump’s pursuit of one about Ukraine could lead to his impeachment.
By David RohdeOctober 3, 2019
Mark Meadows and the Dinosaur Property
Three years ago, the congressman Mark Meadows sold land in Colorado to a Christian nonprofit. Why didn’t he disclose the sale?
By Charles BetheaOctober 1, 2019
Trump’s Close-Call Diplomacy with Iran’s President
Emmanuel Macron intended to set up a three-way telephone conversation with Hassan Rouhani and President Trump. But, at the last moment, it fell apart.
By Robin WrightSeptember 30, 2019
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