When you’re queer in the Middle East, escaping war doesn’t mean you’ve escaped the people who want you dead.
As a teenager, Mangesh Ghogre was obsessed with decoding puzzles filled with foreign references. Now he’s the only non-American to ever create them for The New York Times.
A whistleblower puts his life on the line to defy Soviet aggression. Sixty years later, this forgotten story of subterfuge, smears and suspicious death has never felt more timely.
As the children of the war reach old age, one group of survivors is teaching nursing home workers how to treat a type of trauma that only they can understand.
Block by block, cycle-bound activist Sabir Abdussabur fights injustice on the streets of New Haven, Connecticut.
In 1945, a chain-smoking surgeon, a deaf female doctor, and a self-taught African-American lab tech developed a risky procedure that revolutionized medicine.
In El Salvador, all abortion is illegal and women have been imprisoned after miscarriages and stillbirths. These bold activists are taking on the system.
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