The private-prison industry has one big client that no one talks about
Airbnb is grappling with how to treat people with criminal convictions
The US mass incarceration crisis can't be fixed until we realize we've been looking at the problem all wrong
The US government is already quietly backing out of its promise to phase out private prisons
Female prison workers, harassed by inmates and ignored by bosses, stood up for their rights—and won
Are video visits a smart innovation for jails–or yet another way to exploit families?
A shoplifting solution billed as enlightened was ruled to be “textbook extortion”
What happens when you perform "The Vagina Monologues" at a male prison
One in 14 Americans will grow up with a parent in prison
What would happen if felons could vote in the 2016 election?
Sneaker brands matter the most in jail
Do teens use Facebook? It depends on their family’s income
Why is Instagram censoring a 1992 poem revered by the LGBTQ community?
Facebook is still struggling with the difference between hate speech and censorship
Facebook’s algorithm change could affect how cops speak to citizens
There's a strong new influence on the outcome of violent police encounters: Facebook
Facebook isn’t acting on one of its promises to fight fake news
Women for and against Trump discuss women’s rights in a post-Obama America
We asked a bunch of Trump supporters at a “DeploraBall” about what it means to be a deplorable
"A war zone:" Gun violence in Cleveland through the eyes of a 19-year-old black woman, far from the RNC
Why young women reject Hillary Clinton's brand of feminism
In a US suburb famous for its battle with neo-Nazis, Donald Trump brings back unwelcome memories
From communism to capitalism: how Christmas gift-giving has changed in Poland
Poland is in the middle of an existential struggle over the shape of its democracy
The ideological battle dividing the world is perfectly illustrated by this fight over a Polish museum
Social justice and human rights:
Texas, the most welcoming US state for refugees, turned its back on Syrians
The most crucial item that migrants and refugees carry is a smartphone
5,000 dresses in a soccer stadium help Kosovo talk about wartime rape
There is only one way to undo decades of ingrained institutional sexism in the US military
My bizarre weekend in Gilmore Girls’ real-life Stars Hollow blurred the lines between reality and fiction
The New York Times (Op-Talk)
You May Have Missed It, but There Was an Election Debate on Criminal Justice Reform
The Case Against the Death Penalty — From the Right
Should a Child Offender Be Treated as an Adult?
Should We Continue to Prosecute Nazi War Criminals?
Yes Means Yes: The Big Consent Debate
Why Do We Still Care About the Confederate Flag?
Is NATO a Bulwark in Need of Reform or a Relic?
What Ukraine’s Watershed Election Says About Its Fears and Hopes
The Climate Movement Is About Much More Than Just Climate
‘Twin Peaks’ Will Be Back to Haunt Us, and Everyone Rejoices
Why Are We So Obsessed With ‘Gilmore Girls’?
How a Revelation About Hello Kitty’s Identity Blew Everyone’s Mind
Our New Culture War: Do You Recline, or Decline?
How Women Talk About Clothes
The Cost of Being Cool
Foreign Policy Magazine:
The Fascists Are Coming! The Fascists Are Coming! - Dispatch from Kiev
The Revolution Has Not Been Finalized - Dispatch from Kiev
Pussy Riot Comes to Brooklyn Only to Go Mainstream
The Day The Kremlin's Propaganda Machine Came to Washington
From Brooklyn To Kiev, How #DigitalMaidan Went Viral
The New York Times (news):
In Warsaw, Rainbow Sculpture Draws Attacks (wrote)
Polish Newspaper Report on 2010 Crash Causes Furor (co-authored)
Polish Museum Repairs a Tie to a Jewish Past (contributed reporting)
Catholics React With Shock, Sympathy and Muted Criticism (contributed reporting)
How the Presidential Campaign Is Being Viewed Around the World (contributed reporting)
Economic Gloom in Europe Barely Touches Proud Poland (contributed reporting)