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Latest Posts

The Murder of Black Transgender Women Is Becoming a Crisis

The number of reported hate crimes has nearly doubled in Washington in the past two years

For Those With Hearing Impairments, Restaurant Noise Isn’t Just an Irritation. It’s Discrimination.

The law requires accommodation for people with disabilities. Could that mean turning down the music?

It’s Long Past Time to Raise the Minimum Wage

The Republicans’ stance is meanness for the sake of meanness

The West Knows Yemen’s War and Famine. A Daughter of Immigrants Is Spreading the Word About Its…

She self-published ‘Sifratna’ just for friends, family and colleagues. But it has turned into something else.

Top AI Researchers Race to Detect ‘Deepfake’ Videos: ‘We Are Outgunned’

Researchers fear it is only a matter of time before the AI-generated fake videos are deployed for maximum damage

Her Story Isn’t About Euthanasia. It’s About Failing Mental-Health Systems.

Ignoring the ways the mental-health-care system failed the Dutch teenager while she was alive is a mistake

Fetal Tissue Research Like Mine Saves Children’s Lives. Banning It Is Dangerous.

Researchers are trying to save the lives of infants. Defunding it is self-defeating.

Don’t Smile for Surveillance: Why Airport Face Scans Are a Privacy Trap

What’s face recognition at the airport really about? Immigration policy and efficiency.

‘I Understand Exactly Who He Is’: Moms Discover They Share Autism With Their Children

Such a revelation sheds light on how the disorder affects females differently from males

He Always Hated Women. Then He Decided to Kill Them.

Scott Paul Beierle’s attack on a Florida yoga studio was fueled by male supremacy, a movement with ties to other hate groups


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