What Happens Now to the More Than 1 Million People on the U.S.' Terrorist Watchlist
A federal judge said the Terrorist Screening Database is unconstitutional. But that doesn’t mean it’s dead.
Gaby Del Valle
Google Jigsaw’s CEO ‘Frustrated and Disappointed’ With His Own Team’s Toxic Culture
Here’s the email Jigsaw’s CEO Jared Cohen sent his team after a Motherboard investigation into the team’s mismanagement.
Google’s Jigsaw Was Supposed to Save the Internet. Behind the Scenes, It Became a Toxic Mess
Google’s internet freedom moonshot has gotten glowing attention for its ambitious projects. But current and former employees, leaked documents, and internal messages reveal a grim reality.
China's Biggest Surveillance Company Could be Next on the White House's Hit List
The U.S. might ban American companies from doing business with Hikvision, the Chinese company that's exporting surveillance technology to the world.
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South Korea Is Lifting Its 66-Year-Old Ban on Abortions
In a landmark ruling, a South Korean court has ordered lawmakers to revise the ban by the end of 2020.
We Asked Vegans If They Should Be Given the Same Protections as Religious People
A tribunal next March will decide whether veganism is a philosophical or religious belief, but what do you lot think?
Iran has charged environmentalists with spying after they filmed a cheetah
Former McGill student Niloufar Bayani is among those arrested.
Trudeau says it will cost $1B to leave arms deal with Saudi Arabia amid pressure to sanction regime
Trudeau said he did not want Canadians “forking over billions of dollars to Saudi Arabia because we’re standing up for human rights.”
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Canada Is Not Safe from Donald Trump’s Attacks on Transgender Human Rights
There is reason to be concerned Canada’s conservatives could look to the south to find a convenient social issue to run on.
First Nations in Canada still face chronic issues in getting safe drinking water
Our annual fact check on Trudeau’s promise to solve the crisis shows there’s been progress, but major problems remain.
Prisoners held in solitary speak out about notorious Iqaluit jail
"I feel like an animal," said one. But the Nunavut government defends its use of segregation.
Canada's parliament declares Rohingya crisis a genocide
A UN report this week found that crimes against humanity have been committed against Rohingya Muslims.