Journalist's Disappearance Puts Spotlight on Saudi Arabia's Record of Human Rights Abuses
Since seizing power in Saudi Arabia, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has escalated the Kingdom's disregard for human rights.
The Dangers of Being a Woman and a Journalist
Last week Viktoria Marinova, an investigative television journalist in Bulgaria, was brutally murdered. Journalism seems as dangerous as ever for women in Europe. Why?
Maine Opponent to Medicaid Expansion is Given National Position in Trump Administration
As Maine's health commissioner, Mary Mayhew was instrumental in opposing the popular effort to expand Medicaid. Now she's been elevated to a national post.
During a Hurricane, People with Disabilities Fail to Find Equal Access to Emergency Programs
Lapses in communication not only affect the county’s deaf and hard-of-hearing population, but also the millions of other Americans living with disabilities.
At One All-Black High School, Players Take a Knee with Intention
At one small, all-black private school in Maryland, 32 high school football players have agreed as a team to take a knee before every single game, with their coach's support.
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