Her disclosure of classified documents in 2010 ushered in the age of leaks. Now, freed from prison, she talks about why she did it — and the isolation that followed.
By MATTHEW SHAER
At Sullivan High School, where hijabs are as common as high-tops,
a new mission has meant a second chance—both for the Rogers
Park school and its swelling ranks of immigrant students.
By Elly Fishman • Photos and video by Alyssa Schukar
West Virginia has the highest overdose death rate in the country. Locals are fighting to save their neighbors—and their towns—from destruction.
And why the hype was irresistible.
For a decade the government turned its back as the Bronx burned. Photographer Ricky Flores captured his home city’s enduring spirit as its residents found hope in a new art movement – hip hop
Changes made to official U.S. government websites in the dawn of Donald Trump's presidency are already alarming people invested in social justice causes.
Here is an unedited transcript of President Obama’s prepared remarks during his farewell address in Chicago, as provided by the White House