Pakistan’s blasphemy laws aren’t going anywhere, and innocent people are getting caught in the mix. A grandmother and her young granddaughters are the latest victims, reportedly killed in a mob attack sparked by a Facebook post.
Continue reading Social Media Is Deadly in Pakistan
Eight years ago, the Kremlin murdered a former KGB officer living in London with radioactive poison. The U.K. was too cozy with Russia to go after his killers—until now.
Continue reading The Spy Who Warned Us About Putin
Religious groups are threatening to kill the members one of the few Iraqi organizations dedicated to helping women and gays.
Continue reading Death Threats for Iraq’s Women & Gays
Seven years ago, a Chevy Cobalt with a defective ignition switch killed two teenage girls. How Wisconsin police discovered the lethal flaw before it became a national scandal.
Continue reading The Cops Who Caught GM’s Death Cars
A new internet tool seeks to put activists in closed societies in touch with skilled people in the free world who can help them. It’s crowdsourcing for human rights.
Continue reading Crowdsourcing Human Rights
Rhoda Penmark is a serial killer who’s murdered three people and a dog. Rhoda is eight
Continue reading A Best-Selling Pint-Sized Psycho
If Obama wants to kill the Americans waging jihad in Iraq, he’ll need a new legal justification; the one drawn up in 2010 won’t work any more.
Continue reading How Many More Americans Can Obama Drone?