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STAT: The Readout Loud
TECHNOLOGY IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST
New allegations evoke an American tradition of violating Black and brown women’s bodies
A whistleblower claims immigrant women in ICE custody were subjected to forced sterilization. No one should be surprised.
IDEAS | OMAR VEGA
Photo essay: Returning to a place I’d never been
I inherited my parents', grandparents', and great-grandparents' love of their country — and their sadness over what could have been.
IDEAS | KATE TUTTLE
Q&A: America is failing us, but we still can save the day
Author Jared Yates Sexton fears the worst about the nation’s political upheaval. Yet he won’t give in to ‘dread and demoralization.’
IDEAS | David Scharfenberg
Joe Biden told us the election was a ‘battle for the soul of the nation.’ He was right.
Reaffirming a more generous and expansive view of America could change the course of history.
A plea for humility from America’s first superstar
‘The older I grow,’ said Benjamin Franklin, ‘the more apt I am to doubt my own judgment.’
IDEAS | GERALDO CADAVA
Trump’s (potentially successful) Latino strategy
The president is concentrating on maintaining the Hispanic support he had in 2016. Democrats would be wise to take heed.
IDEAS | MARCELA GARCIA
Q&A: The intertwined histories of the US and El Salvador
Roberto Lovato, who is helping to spread more “powerful, beautiful, and inspired” stories, explores US culpability in Central America in a new memoir.
No more political dynasties
Americans should recoil from the idea that some people are fit to govern because they were born into a certain family.
IDEAS | CHARLES DUNST
China’s leader makes it all about him, and that’s dangerous
Xi Jinping has removed guardrails against impulsive, one-man rule in China, increasing the chances of military confrontation.
Obama’s ‘biggest mistake’ is still wreaking havoc
The bombing of Libya scattered weapons across Africa.