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Uzma Qayyum’s controversial case set her against the men who would rescue her.
Both Justices Breyer and Ginsburg indicated that they view the death penalty as unconstitutional. Could three more justices agree with them in the near future?
When you define something as war, violence becomes the only means.
Beyond legalizing same-sex marriage, Justice Kennedy’s opinion made profound arguments about liberty under the Constitution and advanced a novel jurisprudence of dignity.
The past feels dangerously present as deportation and silence devastate Haitian life in the Dominican Republic.
Abounaddara has been chronicling the hidden moments of the war, week after week.
Three things we need right now if the Affordable Care Act is going to create a functioning and equitable healthcare system.
South Carolina’s warped public display of its white-supremacist history confronts South Carolinians, white and black, with a stark message about who rules the state.
If we want to honor the memory of the Emanuel martyrs, we must continue their struggle for transformative action.
Media portrayals that reinforce negative stereotypes about social programs and the individuals helped by them sow the seeds for damaging cuts.