I Was Charged $6,000 to Be an Intern
A student's university expected her to pay thousands of dollars to work a summer internship at a separate institution in a different city.
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A U.S. Congresswoman Just Called AIPAC a ‘Hate Group’
Minnesota Rep. Betty McCollum's comments mark the first time a Congress member has referred to the lobby as such.
These Companies Are Profiting From the Israeli Occupation
Airbnb, General Mills, and TripAdvisor are among the companies being called out in a new report from the UN.
The Argument for Abortion as a Religious Right
The world's largest religions support—and sometimes require—abortion.
The Muslim Sex Educator Who Believes God Wants Us to Orgasm
The Prophet Muhammad is believed to have been a big advocate of foreplay.
The Little-Known History of Palestine's First Rock Band
In the 60s, Al-Bara'em became Palestine's first band to perform original songs in Arabic. Now, a band member's son hopes to preserve their legacy.
The House Will Finally Do Something About Trump's Travel Ban
Three years after Donald Trump announced a travel ban targeting majority Muslim countries—and a week after he sought to expand it—the House plans to vote on a bill to end the discriminatory practice.
I Went on a Hike That Landed Me With $33,000 in Medical Debt
A few weeks after losing her job at a Utah prison, Bee went on a hike with her husband. One missed step led to a mountain of medical debt that changed her life forever.
US Water Is Full of Carcinogens and the EPA Is Moving Too Slowly
Increasing research shows that PFAS is inescapable, but the EPA still hasn't regulated the chemical class.
Obama Freed Chelsea Manning Three Years Ago. Why Is She Still in Jail?
Three years to the day after her sentence was commuted, a look at how things got to where they are.
What It's Like When Your Two Home Countries Are on the Brink of War
As an Iranian American, it's devastating to know that the fears I grew up with are now being passed down to the next generation.
Why People Who Signed Up for FAFSA Are Freaking Out About a Draft
Some people who applied for federal financial aid also signed up for something called the Selective Service System.