The plight of Christians in an age of intolerance.
Border agents are expanding their reach into the country’s interior.
The transgender community fights for health care.
The village in the Dominican Republic where girls turn into boys.
An ethnic-cleansing campaign by the government threatens to empty South Sudan.
The right to choose in Rapid City
Rescuing and ransoming Christian hostages in Iraq.
A man’s search for his kidnapped children.
Two years in a town where the Great Recession never ended.
Smuggling and subterfuge in the North African desert.
A global warming get-rich-quick scheme
How Mary Kay cosmetics preys on desperate housewives with hollow promises of work/life balance and “executive level” salaries that almost never materialize.
MERS, the massive registry that tracks sales of mortgages, just may provide a loophole allowing homeowners to escape foreclosure.
A plague of sexual violence persists in Indian Country — while law enforcement turns a blind eye.
In the 1990s, the NYPD often clashed with Brooklyn’s Hasidic community. Now the community’s own para-police forces, the Shmira and the Shomrim, are at war with each other.
It was a Ugandan member of parliament who introduced the bill that would penalize homosexuality with life imprisonment or death, but the idea traces back to a secretive American evangelical movement known as The Family.
Jeffrey Sachs brought “shock therapy” to the economies of Russia and Poland. Now he’s set out to solve poverty in sub-Saharan Africa.
Experts have ranked New York’s state legislature among the nation’s most dysfunctional. But it’s a dysfunction that works quite well — for some.
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