Under President Rodrigo Duterte, thousands have died at the hands of police or the masked vigilantes who roam Manila's vast slums.
The troubled rise of the technocrat
How Laura Ingalls Wilder’s frontier vision of freedom and survival lives on in Trump’s America.
How an American ex-jihadi struggled to rebuild his life in the country he’d once vowed to destroy
How local officials across the country are working for the Trump administration’s clampdown on undocumented immigrants
How the president undermines Republicans’ traditional economic arguments
How "The Killing of a Sacred Deer" completes the Greek director's descent into self-parody
Today, immigrants threatened with deportation grapple with depression, anxiety, and PTSD.
A nonstrategy for Afghanistan.
Ben Jealous is running for governor in Maryland. What does his campaign say about the iconic civil rights organization he used to lead?
How a powerful source of support for immigration lost its influence over the Republican Party.
Why Margaret Atwood’s “Alias Grace” makes subversive television.
By loosening environmental regulations, Trump risks making a serious public-health hazard critical.
Moscow has been honing an information age art of war—through fake news, disinformation, leaks, and trolling—for more than a decade. How can free societies protect themselves?
What made prehistoric hunter-gatherers give up freedom for civilization?
Masha Gessen's new book traces the rise of repressive nationalism.
Why the Trump era represents a real opportunity to reform the NSA’s surveillance program.