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What to Read on Brexit

Ten things to read or listen to before the British Parliament votes on Prime Minister Theresa May’s proposed plan to leave the European Union.

Here’s Why Colombia Opened Its Arms to Venezuelan Migrants—Until Now

For years, Colombians fleeing violence left for Venezuela. Now mass migration flows the other way.

Security Brief: Trump, Russia Bombshells Shake Washington; Prepping for War with Iran

The FBI opened a counterintelligence investigation targeting the president, Trump seized notes from talks with Putin, and the White House requested military options on Iran.
Our Best Weekend Reads

Our Best Weekend Reads

From China’s #MeToo movement to advice for a new incoming class of the U.S. Congress.

Border Agents Go Unpaid as Trump Mulls National Emergency

As the government shutdown over the wall nears record length, close to 100,000 CBP and ICE employees are working without pay.

Border Agents Go Unpaid as Trump Mulls ‘National Emergency’

As the government shutdown over the wall nears record length, close to 100,000 CBP and ICE employees are working without pay.

Spy vs. Spy, El Chapo Edition

Joaquín Guzmán Loera loved spyware—and it ultimately did him in.

The Shutdown Has Foggy Bottom in a Funk

While diplomats file for unemployment benefits and seek school lunches for their children, Mike Pompeo is making unpaid workers organize a big ambassadors’ conference in D.C.

The Belarusian President Won’t Go Down Without a Fight

Tensions between Moscow and Minsk have sparked worries over another Russian annexation.

Climate Change Prophet

On the podcast: A scientist who is also an evangelical Christian wants conservatives to understand the dangers of climate change.

Welcome to the People’s Democratic Republic of America

Reporters need to start treating DC like a foreign posting.

U.S. to Ease Limits on Humanitarian Aid to North Korea

Aid groups welcome the move, but it’s not likely to unlock stalled nuclear negotiations.

Truth First, Reconciliation Later

After decades of dictatorship, Gambia has launched a truth commission. But in a country where some victims were also perpetrators, delivering justice to all won’t be easy.

A Diplomatic Breakthrough for Washington in Europe’s Last Dictatorship

Belarus lifts a cap on the number of U.S. diplomats allowed in the country as Minsk looks west and spars with Moscow.

U.S. Military Readies to Pay for Trump’s Border Wall

The Pentagon is looking through its accounts for spare change in case the president declares a national emergency.

Iran’s Next Supreme Leader Is Dead

And it’s not going to be easy for the Islamic Republic to survive without him.
China’s #MeToo Activists Have Transformed a Generation

China’s #MeToo Activists Have Transformed a Generation

A small group of feminists has shifted attitudes—and prompted harsh pushback.

Chinese Censors Really Don’t Want You to Watch These Sex Ed Videos

Educator Chang Mengran is trying to teach Chinese women about their own bodies.
Dear Pentagon: It’s Not How Big Your Budget Is. It’s How You Use It.

Dear Pentagon: It’s Not How Big Your Budget Is. It’s How You Use It.

Arguments about defense spending should be focused on foreign policy and what the military actually wants to do.

Boeing Finally Set to Deliver Years-Delayed Tanker to U.S. Air Force

The Air Force’s effort to buy a new refueling tanker is a long and sordid tale that dates back to 2001.