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.