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Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Two Ways of Looking at Gerrymandering

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Two Ways of Looking at Gerrymandering

Protestors against gerrymandering outside the Supreme Court in October 2017.
Outside Iran’s Most Notorious Prison, Calls for Loved Ones to Be Freed

Outside Iran’s Most Notorious Prison, Calls for Loved Ones to Be Freed

Iranian students during a protest in Tehran late last month. More than 500 people, including 90 students, have been arrested in Tehran alone since antigovernment demonstrations began.
Outside Iran’s Most Notorious Prison, Calls for Loved Ones to Be Freed

Outside Iran’s Most Notorious Prison, Calls for Loved Ones to Be Freed

Iranian students during a protest in Tehran late last month. More than 500 people, including 90 students, have been arrested in Tehran alone since antigovernment demonstrations began.
Q&A: Publisher Defied Trump to ‘Defend the Principles of the First Amendment’

Q&A: Publisher Defied Trump to ‘Defend the Principles of the First Amendment’

John Sargent, the chief executive of Macmillan, the parent company of Henry Holt, which has received orders for more than a million copies of “Fire and Fury.”
The Saturday Profile: Protecting His Nation From Puppeteers and Belly Dancers

The Saturday Profile: Protecting His Nation From Puppeteers and Belly Dancers

Samir Sabry has filed more than 2,700 criminal complaints to influence Egyptian politics and enforce his brand of public morality.
Opinion: To Make Prisons ‘Safer,’ Some Are Banning . . . Books

Opinion: To Make Prisons ‘Safer,’ Some Are Banning . . . Books

An inmate carries books at the Cleveland Correctional Facility in Cleveland, Texas.
The Saturday Profile: Protecting His Nation From Puppeteers and Belly Dancers

The Saturday Profile: Protecting His Nation From Puppeteers and Belly Dancers

Samir Sabry has filed more than 2,700 criminal complaints to influence Egyptian politics and enforce his brand of public morality.
Op-Ed Contributor: How the Pro-Life Movement Has Promoted Liberal Values

Op-Ed Contributor: How the Pro-Life Movement Has Promoted Liberal Values

Anti-abortion activists and abortion rights supporters demonstrated at the March for Life in Washington last year.
‘Me Too,’ Chinese Women Say. Not So Fast, Say the Censors.

‘Me Too,’ Chinese Women Say. Not So Fast, Say the Censors.

Zhang Qiongwen, 22, says she was sexually abused by a dean at a university in southern China. She wrote about it online.
‘Me Too,’ Chinese Women Say. Not So Fast, Say the Censors.

‘Me Too,’ Chinese Women Say. Not So Fast, Say the Censors.

Zhang Qiongwen, 22, says she was sexually abused by a dean at a university in southern China. She wrote about it online.
Op-Ed Contributor: China Reaches Into the Heart of Europe

Op-Ed Contributor: China Reaches Into the Heart of Europe

President Xi Jinping of China and his wife Peng Liyuan sit with Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany and Reinhard Grindel, president of the German Football Association, at a children’s soccer game
Sidebar: When a T-Shirt Gets You in Trouble at the Voting Booth

Sidebar: When a T-Shirt Gets You in Trouble at the Voting Booth

Can states force residents to choose between their right to express themselves and their right to vote? The Supreme Court will hear arguments this month on a Minnesota law that bars political
Canceled Lorde Concert Prompts First Use of Israel’s Anti-Boycott Law

Canceled Lorde Concert Prompts First Use of Israel’s Anti-Boycott Law

Lorde performing in New York last week. She was scheduled to perform in Tel Aviv this summer, but canceled in December after activists called on her to reconsider.
Republicans Stuff Education Bill With Conservative Social Agenda

Republicans Stuff Education Bill With Conservative Social Agenda

A free-speech rally at the University of California, Berkeley, last April. A bill in Congress would limit colleges’ ability to impose new restrictions on controversial speakers.
Republicans Stuff Education Bill With Conservative Social Agenda

Republicans Stuff Education Bill With Conservative Social Agenda

A free-speech rally at the University of California, Berkeley, last April. A bill in Congress would limit colleges’ ability to impose new restrictions on controversial speakers.
Poland’s President Supports Making Some Holocaust Statements a Crime

Poland’s President Supports Making Some Holocaust Statements a Crime

A rally outside the presidential palace in Warsaw on Monday, in support of a bill that would make it illegal to accuse the country of complicity in the Holocaust. A counter-protest also took place.
Poland’s President Supports Making Some Holocaust Statements a Crime

Poland’s President Supports Making Some Holocaust Statements a Crime

A rally outside the presidential palace in Warsaw on Monday, in support of a bill that would make it illegal to accuse the country of complicity in the Holocaust. A counter-protest also took place.
John Perry Barlow, 70, Dies; Championed an Unfettered Internet

John Perry Barlow, 70, Dies; Championed an Unfettered Internet

John Perry Barlow during a forum on the internet’s impact on society, held at New York University in 2014.