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
Steve King Is Now Blaming Undocumented Immigrants for 'Influencing' Elections
The Iowa Republican cited a 12-year-old study by an alleged hate group to make his point
Gaby Del Valle
China Is Forcing Tourists to Install Text-Stealing Malware at its Border
The malware downloads a tourist’s text messages, calendar entries, and phone logs, as well as scans the device for over 70,000 different files.
The American Student Loan System Is Not Muslim-Friendly
"Is your career worth a spot in hell? That is what keeps resonating with me."
We Talked to Muslims in the LGBTQ Community About Standing Up for Queer Youth
"Queer Muslim voices in this debate are the most important. We can’t continue to have conversations about marginalized groups without them leading those conversations."
Dave Merheje On His New Hulu Show ‘Ramy’ and Arab Representation on TV
We spoke to the Juno-winning comedian about Arab-Americans finally seeing a relatable funny coming-of-age show.
Accused New Zealand Shooter Had Canadian Mass Murderer’s Name On Weapon
Images show the names of numerous far-right figures on the weapons involved in the Christchurch mosque shooting, including Quebec mosque murderer Alexandre Bissonnette.
This Jail Is Accused of Favoring Christians Who Agree to Live in 'God Pod'
Muslim prisoners, meanwhile, say they were starved during Ramadan and deprived of religious texts.
Muslim Students Speak Out About Being Targeted By Canadian Spy Agency
Members of many Muslim Students’ Associations across Canada have described strange encounters with CSIS and the RCMP in recent years.
Finally, There’s a Bechdel Test for Muslim Representation
The ‘Riz test’ asks Hollywood to chill with the terrorist characters.
Young Muslims Talk About Cheating on Ramadan
"We ended up dipping back to her place to watch movies. The devil really looked after me that day."
Video shows heroic attempt to stop Quebec City mosque shooter
Survivors and family members watched the victims' final moments in videos shown in court at the start of Alexandre Bissonnette’s sentencing hearing on Tuesday.