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@AzmatZahra 's five-year investigation on the human toll of America's air strikes in the Middle East has won the @ASME1963  National Magazine Award in the Public Interest category.

On our cover: @benmauk  went hiking on the Zagros trail, which when finished, will be the first long-distance hiking route in all of Kurdistan. Can it help knit together a nation?

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Congratulations to our writer @AzmatZahra , whose investigations into the deadly failures and human toll of America’s air wars are part of the @nytimes ’s Pulitzer win for International Reporting:

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Whether we believe in ghosts or not, they beckon us toward what cannot be forgotten. Whether we believe in ghosts or not, they beckon us toward what cannot be forgotten.

When choosing a karaoke song, keep in mind: Just because you like a song does not mean you should sing it.

Economic devastation looms across the Caribbean, which is facing a future of climate crisis and spiraling debt. Mia Mottley, the first woman to lead Barbados, is fighting to end this fiscal spiral — and ensure her country’s survival, @AbrahmL  reports.

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“Don’t Worry Darling” is just the most recent example of a film maudit, or “cursed film.” Films made by women seem disproportionately prone to being stuck in this defensive position, often with criticism centering on the director herself.

Under Francisco Franco’s rule, thousands of newborns were secretly taken from hospitals and sold to wealthy Catholic families. Now they are beginning to uncover their own histories.

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A major Times investigation suggests that the U.S.-led air war against ISIS in Iraq is killing far more civilians than previously believed.

Each of the stories in the #1619project  takes up a modern phenomenon and reveals its history. From the lack of healthcare to mass incarceration, from the brutality of capitalism to the epidemic of sugar — no part of America has been untouched by slavery.

A living wage is an antidepressant. It is a sleep aid. A diet. A stress reliever. It is a contraceptive, preventing teenage pregnancy. It prevents premature death. It shields children from neglect.

The United States women’s national soccer team is the best in the world and has been for decades. By their players’ calculations, they are making as little as 38 cents to their male counterparts’ dollar.

White supremacists and other far-right extremists have killed far more people since Sept. 11, 2001, than any other category of domestic extremist.

It's been 400 years since the first ship carrying enslaved Africans arrived at Virginia. Tomorrow at 7 p.m. ET, we'll remember this anniversary with an evening of conversation featuring @nhannahjones , @jbouie , @eveewing  and more, as we launch our #1619project .

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Introducing our annual Music Issue: The 25 songs that matter right now.

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Thirty years ago, we almost saved the planet. This is the story of how we failed.

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As the planet heats and crops fail, millions of people will be forced to choose between flight or death. New research suggests that climate change will cause humans to move at an unprecedented scale. And for many, this great migration has already begun.

In this atmosphere of apparent indifference on the part of government officials and law enforcement, a virulent, and violent, far-right movement has grown and metastasized.

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