We Know Female Genital Mutilation Has Been Happening in the US. How Do We Stop It?
The first federal female genital mutilation case in the U.S. has reignited a longstanding debate over what constitutes the practice and how best to handle it.
Uber in India
More Trouble for Uber: 100,000 Drivers in India Went on Strike
The 13-day strike is slowing down as government officials meet with ridesharing companies and their drivers. But Uber India's problems are far from over.
The Only Winners of India’s Cash Crackdown Are Banking Apps
India banned two major rupee notes to try and curb black money. But the "revolutionary" move is a burden for the digitally divided.
Why India's Men's Rights Movement Is Thriving
The Indian movement might be taking cues from the American men's rights movement, but Indian MRAs are already "lightyears ahead."