Politics

Politics

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By Katherine Stewart One Friday afternoon, Betty Ogletree’s daughter RaMae came home in tears. “I can’t do this anymore,” RaMae cried, as Ogletree remembers it....

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by ninemsn   Islamic organisations in the UK are under fire for decreeing that women should stay off Facebook and seek their husband’s permission to leave the...

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By Margot Pollans The Federal Food and Drug Administration is currently accepting public comment on the question of whether it should define the word natural....

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By Maajid Nawaz There really is no other way to put this. Free thinkers in Bangladesh are being serially hacked to death in their homes....

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By Bryna Godar A Wisconsin group that advocates for the separation of church and state sued Congress on Thursday after its co-president was barred from...

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By Robert J. Smith Back in 1987, Timothy Foster was a poor, black, intellectually impaired teenager facing trial for the murder of an elderly white...

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By Coral Davenport and Campbell Robertson Each morning at 3:30, when Joann Bourg leaves the mildewed and rusted house that her parents built on her...

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By Garrett Epps First the American Civil Liberties Union and now the U.S. Justice Department have concluded that North Carolina’s bathroom bill, H.B.2, is illegal...

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By Emily Bazelon Last November, Meg Muñoz went to Los Angeles to speak at the annual West Coast conference of Amnesty International. She was nervous....

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By Mona Eltahawy After I gave a reading in Britain last year, a woman stood in line as I signed books. When it was her...