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Author Daniel Denvir on the “bipartisan war on immigrants” and how it’s falling apart.
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Omar El Akkad’s debut novel, “American War,” is a haunting post-apocalyptic universe where readers watch the impact of civil war through the unraveling of one American family.
The novelist on Syria, censorship, and the safety — and power — of metaphor.
As a child in Sudan, Hikmat Taha watched her father spend time in prison for his political activism.
Chicago was love at first sight for Malek Abdulsamad.