By Brice Maiurro. As the Syrian war against ISIS concludes, a long journey of repair begins.
By Rachel Trousdale. “Our Lady, did we make you? Did you make us?”
By James Toupin. ISIS loses its grip on Syria.
By Peggy Brightman. The marvel and resilience of the burned Notre Dame de Paris.
By Michael Zinkowski. Fires now extinguished in Notre Dame and Southern black churches yield ash for the future.
By Ivor Kruljac. A journalist in Croatia claims ‘LICENTIA POETICA’ against media censorship.
By Heidi Seaborn. A plane falls from the sky in a deadly mockery of time.
By Matt Broomfield. WHO is preparing for a global epidemic. The Stansted 15 show a strong resistance.
By Jed Myers. At the end of her journey from Guatemala, seven-year-old Jakelin Caal died while in U.S. custody.
By Daisy Bassen. There is no good data about the effect of tear gas on migrant children.