Greece is the chokepoint for Syrian refugees and others flooding Europe from the Middle East. As the situation grows more and more untenable, will the nation snap under the pressure?
Gillian Fairgreave tried to commit suicide: British officials responded by jailing her. The nation’s effective criminalisation of her mental illness is poor policy, and it will endanger future patients in similar situations.
Donald Trump has officially taken the Republican nomination. Now what?
Can Muhammadu Buhari address Nigeria’s financial freefall to make the “happiest country on Earth” truly happy for everyone?
What we lost when we lost Prince can’t quite be measured in words, but we’ll try.
In a recent shocking case, thousands of viewers gathered to watch a British woman being raped on the streaming service Periscope. This isn’t the first incident of crime broadcast live — so how are we going to deal with it?
As more and more information about the Panama Papers leaks out, Bernie Sanders’ quest for class equality and Hillary Clinton’s history among the rich and powerful are being thrown into sharp relief. Could this be a critical tipping point?
When Joko Widodo took office, people thought Indonesia’s hardline policy on drugs might change. That hasn’t happened yet — and it’s creating a social disaster.
New Yorkers are preparing to go to the polls next Tuesday, and it’s a key state for both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. Sanders, however, has a problem: He historically performs well among independent voters, but they can’t vote in New York’s closed primary. Will it cost him the state?
As the DEA prepares to reevaluate marijuana, with an eye to changing its classification of the drug, the United States is facing down a drug revolution that will affect research, the criminal justice system, and culture.