Isis has my kids: I won’t stop till I get them home to the US
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Isis has my kids: I won’t stop till I get them home to the US

Four years ago, Bashir Shikder’s wife Rashida flew from Florida to Syria with the couple’s…

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Anonymous Comes to Town: The hackers who took on high school sexual assault in Ohio
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Anonymous Comes to Town: The hackers who took on high school sexual assault in Ohio

The sleepy rustbelt town of Steubenville, Ohio, was once best known for high school sports…

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Why Jordan Peterson is filling the void | Modern Masculinity
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Why Jordan Peterson is filling the void | Modern Masculinity

Is modern masculinity in crisis? As part of a new series for the Guardian, journalist…

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Extinction Rebellion ​’shutdown’ London
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Extinction Rebellion ​’shutdown’ London

As thousands of protesters use roadblocks and glue to paralyse parts of central London, the…

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Lasting Marks – the 16 men put on trial for sadomasochism in Thatcher’s Britain
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Lasting Marks – the 16 men put on trial for sadomasochism in Thatcher’s Britain

The story of sixteen men put on trial for sadomasochism in the dying days of…

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Why can’t I sleep? My mission to understand insomnia
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Why can’t I sleep? My mission to understand insomnia

Millions of people in the UK have trouble sleeping, and Guardian reporter Leah Green is…

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Funeral poverty: one woman’s battle to pay for her son’s burial
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Funeral poverty: one woman’s battle to pay for her son’s burial

One suddenly bereaved mother, already in debt, has to find thousands of pounds to pay…

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Anywhere but Westminster | Affluence, decay and fury in the Tory heartlands
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Anywhere but Westminster | Affluence, decay and fury in the Tory heartlands

There’s a row going on, down near Slough – between a remainer Tory MP and…

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Eight black women discuss the politics of skin tone
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Eight black women discuss the politics of skin tone

As part of the Guardian’s Shades of Black series, we invited eight women to talk…

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Someone Else’s War –  when your child joins the war against Isis
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Someone Else’s War – when your child joins the war against Isis

To date at least 20 British nationals, some with no previous experience of combat, have…

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