Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting
Grantee at the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting and a contributor to Foreign Policy magazine
Arab women have been a big factor in the Arab spring, as one Egyptian put it to the Economist magazine, " throwing stones, moving dead bodies ."
Nov. 4, 2011from To the Point
In Egypt tonight, tens of thousands of protesters defied both tear gas and an official curfew imposed in Alexandria, Suez, Cairo and other parts of the country.
Jan. 28, 2011from To the Point
The house with the picket fence is an American tradition, protected by law. But, as prices rise, homeowners are closing the door on the next generation.
Jul. 11from To the Point
Julian Castro, former HUD secretary and former San Antonio Mayor, says his housing plan calls for a much greater investment to end homelessness by 2028.
Jul. 9from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
How did federal prosecutors get another chance with Jeffrey Epstein?
Jul. 10from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
The challenge of climate change can seem overwhelming--especially with the Trump administration dropping the ball. But cities have opportunities to make change.
Jul. 15from To the Point
President Trump is finally fulfilling his campaign pledge to undo the Obama Clean Power Plan.
Jun. 29from To the Point
Former Texas Congressman Beto O’Rourke says people cannot afford to live near where they work right now, so the country needs more federal funding for affordable housing, but it should…
Jun. 19from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
It's Night 2 of the first primary debate of the 2020 election cycle. Follow NPR reporters' live analysis and fact checks of the candidates' remarks.
Jun. 27from News Stories
America is politically polarized, and the US Supreme Court is also divided. In a few days, it will answer two questions. Will non-citizens be counted in the next census?
Jun. 13from To the Point
So, we’re going to hear from Robert Mueller after all.
Jun. 26from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers