Record Migrant English Channel Crossings Drive Right-Wing Backlash In UK

The United Kingdom is planning tough new legislation to facilitate the deportation of undocumented migrants. Prime Minister Boris Johnson promised the action after more than 6,000...

Peter Strzok On Why He Believes Trump Is 'Compromised' By Russia

Former FBI official Peter Strzok has been a target of President Trump's ire for his role in investigations of Hillary Clinton’s emails and the 2016 Trump campaign’s...

Congo Basin’s Endangered Wildlife Find Unlikely Guardians In Indigenous Hunters

The Congo Basin is home to the world’s second-largest rainforest and a unique array of biodiversity. But the ecosystem's remote location cannot protect it from the threat of...

In Britain, Fears That Reopened Pubs Will Drive More Virus Spread

In Britain, pubs reopened over July 4th weekend after nearly three months of coronavirus lockdowns. Patrons expressed their desire to get out and socialize after the long period...

Grieving Northern Italians Mount Campaign To Investigate Officials’ Pandemic Response

Italy was hit hard by COVID-19 early in the pandemic. Now, prosecutors have begun an investigation into whether the failure to lock down two towns near the northern city of...

Tayari Jones Answers Your Questions About ‘The Street’

Author Tayari Jones wrote the introduction to a new edition of Ann Petry's 1946 novel "The Street," our May pick for the NewsHour-New York Times book club, Now Read This. Jones...

Author Lawrence Wright On ‘Eerie Parallels’ Between The Pandemic And His New Novel

Amid a global pandemic comes a novel about a global pandemic. Lawrence Wright wrote “The End of October” before the new coronavirus was discovered in China, but some of its...

In Florida, Path To Restoring Felons’ Voting Rights Has Been Fraught With Challenge

Until 2018, Florida was one of only a few states that banned felons from voting for life. But that year, a two-thirds majority of the state passed an initiative to restore voting...

How The Dallas Street Choir Grants Homeless Residents A Voice

The mantra of the Dallas Street Choir is “homeless, not voiceless.” Some 2,000 singers have passed through the group in the last five years, seeking support, artistic...

"Speechless, The: Different By Design" Exhibit Uses Brain Science To Inform Art

At the exhibition "Speechless: Different by Design," touching pieces of art is actually encouraged. As Jeffrey Brown reports, the Dallas Museum of Art show -- created as a...

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