Dystopian Sketches from Inside the Inauguration Protesters' Trial
Strange scenes from what is surely one of the most insane courtrooms in America right now.
Greece Is Cracking Down on the Anarchist Squats Giving Shelter to Refugees
This week the authorities kicked more than 100 refugees out of their temporary homes, making life harder for one of the world's most marginalized populations.
The Tight Squeeze Issue
Greece's Anarchists Are Taking Better Care of Refugees Than the Government
Greece has been at the crossroads of irregular immigration for more than a decade, especially since the influx of refugees from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan in the early 2000s.
Why Katherine Dunn's 'Geek Love' Was a Bible to Weird Kids Like Me
Katherine Dunn died this week, but her work—especially the incredible novel "Geek Love"—spoke to everyone who thought of themselves as an outsider or weirdo.
The Woman Who Fought and Won Against New York's Special Prostitution Courts
When a former sex worker was picked up by the cops for no reason, she didn't take the easy route and plead guilty and sued the city for false arrest.
What Life Is Like Inside the Besieged, War-Torn Syrian City of Aleppo
Constant bombing attacks, the destruction of hospitals and schools, and the severing of supply chains have left Aleppo and its estimated 320,000 remaining citizens in dire straits.
Molly Crabapple's Heartbreaking Portraits of Syrian Refugees
Molly Crabapple went to the Domiz refugee camp in Iraqi Kurdistan to record the stories of Syrians forced from their homes by war and suffering.
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My Time as an Artist at the Center of the Insane Financial Industry Boom
An excerpt from Molly Crabapple's upcoming memoir, "Drawing Blood," out on December 1.
The Paris Attacks, Refugees, and the Brutal Fiction of Borders
In embracing restrictions on refugees, right-wing politicians in the West are playing right into the Islamic State's hands.
The Prison Issue
What Happens When Inmates in Solitary Confinement Blow the Whistle on Their Abuse?
A group of inmates calling themselves the Dallas Six banded together and grew committed to bringing their prison's abusive conditions to light, even in the face of being confined there longer.
The Oppressive Architecture of the West Bank
A look at life inside Hebron, where Palestinians' everyday lives are hemmed in by a system of soldiers, checkpoints, barricades, and violence.
Gaza Is Still in Ruins a Year After the War
Palestinians have struggled to recover from the havoc wrought by Israel's Operation Protective Edge.