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Caving to outside pressure, this week the organization added women to the High-level Independent Panel on UN Peace Operations—but it still falls short of gender parity.
Once you were not afraid to ask that all-important question: “Who’s afraid of a large black man?” Tragically, it now seems like the answer might be you.
From ALEC to the Heritage Foundation, a group of anti-labor stalwarts is looking to turn cities and counties into “right-to-work” zones.
After the 2008 crash, southern Nevada became the foreclosure and unemployment capital of the nation.
Newly filed documents reveal that the controversial evangelical organization is still getting federal funds to provide HIV prevention programs in Uganda and Zambia.
Even as activists are organizing against police violence, many Americans continue to see blacks as criminals—and want our police to act accordingly.
Bill Gates and a corps of Western donors are on a mission to rid Nigeria of the crippling virus, but the last cases have been hard to stamp out.
Angry protesters are seeking justice for Michael Brown—and much more.
The hard-won relief arrived only after undocumented workers and their families took huge risks to step forward and lead.
A conversation with the feminist playwright and One Billion Rising leader, whose new play, O.P.C., opens in Cambridge on November 28.