I Saw a Man Get Arrested in Fort Hancock on WednesdayA story from the borderlands.
The New AmericansSix immigrants describe becoming citizens in a year that has tested what it means to be a real American.
The New AmericansRosa Molina.
The New AmericansKelebohile Nkhereanye.
The New AmericansAmjad Alsrya.
The Guts of Southern LouisianaThe long cleanup after the Baton Rouge floods.
I Was Attacked on the Train. No One Helped Me.And I’m not sure I would have helped me, either.
Paradise on the BrinkOn the Greek island of Agistri, the only ATM is empty, but everything is “No problem, no problem.”
More and Less Than HumanThe prosecution framed Dzhokhar Tsarnaev as an enemy combatant, which helped seal his fate.
Grim BusinessThe Tsarnaev jury faces a difficult decision.
Tsarnaev’s SmirkHas the Boston Marathon bomber shown enough remorse to escape the death sentence?
The Implacable BomberDuring a day of grisly testimony, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev appears unperturbed.
Local ManWhat it means to hold Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s trial in Boston.
Unclaimed PropertyAn auction in Pennsylvania where the items up for bid are guns used in suicides.
I Could Have Been Elliot RodgerMany men—including me, once upon a time—know what it’s like to be young, frustrated, and full of rage toward women.
The Group of Presidents That Donald Trump Will Never JoinFor nearly 50 years, a Gettysburg wax museum memorialized our commanders in chief. It just shut down and sold every single one.
The New AmericansLiana Montecinos.
The New AmericansJudith Christian.
The New AmericansNawal Alshamaa.
Harvard’s Striking Workers Have a Secret WeaponStudents.
Who Would Want to Immigrate to Greece Right Now?A lot of people. And the country has never been less equipped to absorb them.
Europe Didn’t WinGreece’s leaders appear to have folded. But the rift between its citizens and the rest of the continent won’t be so easily fixed.
Tsarnaev SpeaksThe bomber’s unsatisfying apology.
Grim CarnivalThe baffling reasoning of the jury that just sentenced Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to death.
A Smorgasbord of ExcusesThe defense tries a little of everything to save Dzhokhar Tsarnaev from the death penalty.
Teen or Terrorist?In closing statements, the prosecution paints Dzhokhar Tsarnaev as a radicalized jihadi.
“It Was Him”During opening statements, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s defense attorney admits his guilt and looks toward sparing his life.
“I Only Wish I Could Get Out and Join Them”Scenes from the Eric Garner protests in New York City.
How a Demonstration Turned Into a DisasterThe outrageous police actions in Ferguson, Missouri.
Remembering MarquisBig Brothers Big Sisters matched us up. Then a stranger gunned him down.