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Only Human

How an American ex-jihadi struggled to rebuild his life in the country he’d once vowed to destroy

After the NAACP

Ben Jealous is running for governor in Maryland. What does his campaign say about the iconic civil rights organization he used to lead?

Weaken From Within

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?

Sibling Rivalry

Liberals and socialists share a common inheritance. So why can’t they find a way to work together to defeat Trump?

Made in America

For years, we’ve looked to China for cheap labor. Now Chinese couples are coming to the U.S. for a new form of outsourcing: hiring American women to produce babies.

Gone Baby Gone

In the wake of the housing crisis, a new breed of real estate investor is destroying America's cities.

#AlwaysTrump

No matter how he leaves the White House, we'll never be rid of Trump—and all that he represents about America.

Running on Hope

Ravi Gupta is recruiting a fresh slate of candidates to take down Trump. But can a former Obama staffer forge a new path for Democrats?

Trump’s Russian Laundromat

How to use Trump Tower and other luxury high-rises to clean dirty money, run an international crime syndicate, and propel a failed real estate developer into the White House.

The Return of Monopoly

With Amazon on the rise and a business tycoon in the White House, can a new generation of Democrats return the party to its trust-busting roots?

Trail of Fears

Forget Nixon. Trump is more like Andrew Jackson than Tricky Dick—and the consequences of his crimes will be far more devastating.

The New Paranoia

Democrats have always prided themselves on being a voice of political sanity. So why has Trump's election turned the left into a breeding ground for conspiracy theories?