The bombing at Ariana Grande's concert in Manchester was an act of terrorism on youth—specifically a deadly assault on girls and girl culture, and we cannot ignore the misogynist message.
Donald Trump had one job: To hold it together for 90 minutes. But facts got in the way of the nasally impaired, blustering GOP candidate's strategy to rattle an unflappable Hillary Clinton.
This Beirut-based reporter's Syrian friends empathize with Paris's victims. But will Parisians sympathize with the growing number of refugees created by France's airstrikes?
When an outpouring of social-media support for the victims of the Paris terrorist attacks gives way to grief-shaming, are we losing sight of our humanity?
It's tempting to compare the Syrian terrorists—who are forcing women's clinics to close—to Republicans. But ISIS is far worse than anything we can imagine.
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Don't humanize the killer of nine Black victims by trying to understand his motivation. He told you with his actions. Now, let's get in a real conversation and confront our own racism.
It's been a week since three young Muslims were murdered execution-style in their Chapel Hill home. And mainstream news outlets still refuse to call it what it is: an act of terrorism.
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New York Times' Nicholas Kristof asked John Kerry if he could "nudge" Nigeria to do more to find over 200 kidnapped girls. Not pressure. NUDGE.