In Kabul, one of the world’s most dangerous cities, one man works to help Afghan migrants return to a place they never knew.
Formerly secret files raise questions about the security of American military bases in Africa.
Burkina Faso once looked like a success story for U.S. military aid. But now it’s contending with a growing insurgency, an unfolding humanitarian crisis — and a security force targeting civilians.
The president has given fringe anti-abortion groups unprecedented influence.
Viral hate, election interference, and hacked accounts: inside the tech industry’s decades-long failure to reckon with risk.
Luego del huracán María, el número de mujeres asesinadas por sus parejas se duplicó. Sobrevivientes dicen que la respuesta desacertada del gobierno ha puesto aún más vidas en peligro.
After Hurricane Maria, the number of women killed by their partners doubled. Survivors say the government’s misguided response has put more lives in danger.
How Trump’s Deportation Flights Are Putting Latin America and the Caribbean at Risk.
American troops helped keep a lid on the Islamic State in Iraq. The Suleimani killing changed all that.
The collapse of medical supply chains has been a catastrophe for women in developing countries. Lockdowns have made matters worse.
An investigation into the dangerously irresponsible business of “ethical factory” audits.
What happens when immigrant-rights advocates reach a breaking point?
A Canadian Energy Company Bought an Oregon Sheriff’s Unit
Seeking to Deport Haitians, the Trump Administration Is Counting Deaths in Displacement Camps as “Progress.”
There are millions of youths playing soccer in the United States. So why is the men’s national team so terrible?
Thousands of asylum-seekers were released into towns near the border, straining local resources. Was the havoc a product of incompetence, or something more sinister?
Inside India’s sham trials that could strip millions of citizenship.
How the plastics industry is fighting to keep polluting the world.
Khalifa Haftar got the go-ahead to carry out a military campaign marked by atrocities.
Long before Trump came on the scene, key congressional Republicans had been sidling up to nativists and authoritarians across the globe.