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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.
Expensive Pop-Up 'Dome' Restaurant Under Toronto Highway Prompts Protest
The $500-a-table pop-up dinner is being held just a mile away from the site of a former homeless encampment.
Israeli Hacking Company NSO Group Is Trying to Clean Up Its Image
The notorious and controversial Israeli hacking and surveillance tools vendor NSO Group has launched a big marketing campaign with a new website and Google ads.
Japan Upholds Sterilization Law for Trans People Who Change Legal Gender
Law 111 also specifies that in order to receive a change in their legal gender marker, a trans person in Japan must be at least 20 years old, unmarried, and undergo gender reassignment surgery.
We Asked 105 Experts What Worries Them Most About the Future
Welcome to the dark side of Motherboard’s two-part poll about the future.
Congressman Appears to Forget that Food Actually Is a Basic Human Right
The UN sort of settled this question back in 1948, guys.
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A Timeline of Trump's Plan to Eliminate Trans Rights
Broadly's Diana Tourjée breaks it down.
Mass Killings Won't Change America's Relationship with Israel
Dozens of civilians are dead and thousands more injured in the latest outburst of insane violence in Gaza. Yet the US debate seems frozen.
This Person Just Received Ontario's First Nonbinary Birth Certificate
"This matters: We deserve to be treated with respect and to be valued by society."
Facebook Posts ‘Substantively Contributed’ to Myanmar Genocide, UN Investigators Say
At a press briefing, United Nations investigators looking into the Rohingya crisis in Myanmar cited social media posts on Facebook as playing a significant role in spreading hate.
The Woman Going After Big Energy for the Typhoon That Killed Her Family
Can polluters be held legally responsible for the damage wrought by climate change? We may find out soon.
Dissidents Have Been Abandoned and Besieged Online
Neither governments nor the cybersecurity community have taken enough responsibility for protecting human rights activists from hacking and surveillance.