A human-rights reporter for Mother Jones, Mac McLelland was nominated for a 2011 National Magazine Award for her article, "For Us to Surrender Is Out of the Question."
Mark Danner's books on international affairs and the war on terrorism include Stripping Bare the Body, The Secret Way to War, and The Massacre at El Mozote.
Globe-trotting journalist Joshua Hammer has been a bureau chief and correspondent for Newsweek on several continents.
Former Newsweek South American correspondent Alma Guillermoprieto writes on Latin American issues — from crime and narco-terrorism to the Salsa and the Tango.
It’s insanity to kill your father with a kitchen knife. It’s also insanity to close hospitals, fire therapists, and leave families to face mental illness on their own.
It’s rampant among returning vets—and now their spouses and kids are starting to show the same symptoms.
In Uganda, politicians and newspaper editors advocate killing gay people. But they don’t speak for everyone.
Amid PolitiFact’s “lie of the year” controversy, a shout-out to what it takes to get to the facts of the matter.
Wherein I go home, watch public servants get axed, visit the warehouse of unbearable sorrow, hang with jobless thirtysomethings in abandoned homes, and consider whether my generation is screwed.
First thing I learned: Whatever you do, don’t go near the latrines.
Wherein I track Congolese war criminal Bosco Ntaganda to his lair—right next to the largest peacekeeping force in the world.
Crime is rampant. The cops and courts are a joke. That’s why residents of Oklahoma’s Indian nations turn to a bruiser-for-hire like Ruben.
Dispatches from the tent cities, where rape gangs and disaster profiteers roam.
Living with the crazy, fearless young men who risk life and limb to document Burma’s genocide.