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Peace Talks, the Taliban, and Afghan Women’s Uncertain Future
The Trump Administration’s launch of peace talks with the Taliban, last year, startled many women in Afghanistan.
By Jane Ferguson6:00 A.M.
Untangling the Hate at the Heart of the Mass Shooting in Jersey City
In the politics of mass shootings, motives matter.
By Zach HelfandDecember 11, 2019
The Choice Between Labour and Leave in the U.K. General Election
Batley and Spen, the former constituency of the murdered M.P. Jo Cox, offers a microcosm of the wider contest.
By Ed CaesarDecember 10, 2019
Black Voters in Atlanta Weigh Their Presidential Options During the Democratic Debate
Attendees at a debate watch party at Atlanta Technical College were looking for a candidate who can spark African-American turnout—and for someone who can win.
By Charles BetheaNovember 21, 2019
Donald Trump Makes an Awkward Pitch to Black Voters in Atlanta
More than four hundred people turned out on Friday to hear Trump speak, making up a racially diverse crowd that included many African-Americans.
By Charles BetheaNovember 10, 2019
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
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