A U.S. federal court has struck down a state congressional map for being too partisan. A cutting-edge method for measuring gerrymandering’s effects helps explain why.
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The country is revolutionizing its education system with free online textbooks that can be adapted, translated, and altered by teachers and students.
After 25 years of democracy, the country may finally be on the verge of putting a dent in its most persistent problem.
Amid the intense debate over the UK’s proposed Investigatory Powers Bill, members of parliament are backing stronger protections for whistleblowers.
The conflict in Ukraine has forced many journalists to relocate, but their work has only become more vital.
Despite making strides in reform, possession of more than a gram of heroin can still earn you a longer prison sentence than murder.
There is growing pressure on Albania to execute the fixes that virtually everyone agrees are sorely needed.
With the body count in Ukraine rising and the government overwhelmed, a volunteer group is working to make sure families learn the fate of their loved ones.
Inside the legally questionable system that funnels migrants through Slovenia as if they were never there.
By making information about public spending visible, watchdogs are shaming away government waste.
Why is it still illegal to take a pill the World Health Organization calls an essential medicine?