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Syrian women and girls are facing increased danger from sexual exploitation in the very refugee camps where they sought safety.
The editor, whose first months at the helm have been dramatic, on his predecessor’s exit, punching walls, and why sending reporters to warzones keeps him ‘most awake at night.’
On a busy Manhattan thoroughfare, the artist Andy Golub painted the bodies of nude models. Passing New Yorkers tried not to gawk.
The NFL star isn’t the only one. The practice of beating children lives on, buoyed by an organized, conservative Christian movement that promotes corporal punishment.
Love them or hate them, breast implants play an outsized role in the Venezuelan national psyche. A shortage could hit the nation right in the chest.
He’s not as well-known as Nate Silver, but Princeton’s Sam Wang has a method, too, and he sees Democrats holding (barely) the upper chamber.
The Aga Khan opened the museum in Toronto, as tension rises between Islam and the West. He hopes it will stand as a counterpoint to the divisiveness of extremism.
The ‘Real Time’ host reveals Jeff Kline as the GOP House member who wins his ‘Flip the District’ contest, and most people say: Uh, who’s he?
Read a cautionary tale about the seductive and dangerous power of a charlatan sociopath, featuring goats and the American Dream. This is the story of Dr. John Romulus Brinkley.
Opponents of arming the moderate rebels in Syria are honing in on a report that the Free Syrian Army agreed to a truce with the Islamic State. Opposition leaders say that’s just false.
The overseer of U.S. nuclear weapons production has requested an inspector general’s review of the dismissal of analyst James Doyle, who supported Obama’s nuclear-free vision.
Commander Glenn Evans infamously shoved his pistol in a suspect’s mouth, but Rita King’s story is far more terrifying.
Forty years ago today, Robert Caro’s ‘The Power Broker’—a magisterial 1,296-page life of New York master builder Robert Moses—rewrote the rules of biography.
Dominic West, who played Det. McNulty, says the HBO show’s creator said there couldn’t be a movie sequel—only a prequel. And that would be a problem for the white actors.
The murderers were so confident they’d beaten the law that one of them bragged to a cop. A cold case opened up and the most violent gang in Japan may be shut down.
Hillary’s 2016 was what we all expected. The boosting of local Democratic candidates was boilerplate. But Bill’s blasting of the Senate GOP leader’s worst moment may prove effective.
In rhetoric disturbingly reminiscent of anti-Semitism, ultra right-wingers in the former Soviet state are calling for genetic tests to identify homosexuals.
The president of the American Association of People with Disabilities on what Kanye West gets horribly wrong.
An actress’ arrest just sheds light on common challenges interracial couples face.
Russia is now threatening NATO allies in the Baltics. If Moscow tries another invasion of commandos and spies, the alliance is prepared to act, NATO's top general said.