journalism

Saudi Arabia’s brutality was apparent long before Khashoggi’s murder. Just look at women activists.

The international community has largely ignored the women’s plight

Time’s 2018 Person of the Year isn’t an individual — they are the ‘guardians’ of truth

Journalist Jamal Khashoggi and Capital Gazette staffers are among the winners

We are Jamal Khashoggi’s daughters. We promise his light will never fade.

‘We feel blessed to have been raised with his moral compass’

Black men are missing in the fight for black women

Why haven’t more sprung to action when President Trump insults black women?

Trump’s attacks on black women wound us all

They unravel decades of progress we’ve made fighting for our dignity

Black women journalists are fighting back — just as they have done for centuries

The three women Trump insulted last week join a long line of black women journalists

April Ryan: I’m a black woman. Trump constantly insults people like me.

Trump relishes, and injects venom into, verbal attacks against women of color

Hatice Cengiz: The international community must bring my fiance’s killers to justice

It’s been one month since Jamal Khashoggi entered the Saudi consulate, never to return

I’m saying goodbye to Chicago. Here are the 7 places I’ll miss.

Relocating was the right move, but right is rarely easy

Europe shocked by the rape and murder of a Bulgarian journalist

Viktoria Marinova’s death has stoked fears about press freedom