A note hidden for 18 years could stop the execution of Richard Glossip

A new trove of documents - which Glossip’s legal team spent seven years fighting to obtain - shows prosecutors trying to influence key witness’s testimony, Josh Marcus reports

This professor exposed Columbia University’s false ranking. He says it’s only the tip of the scandal

Math professor Michael Thaddeus accused Columbia of using false data to rise up the college rankings. He tells Rachel Sharp why the real lesson from the scandal is that the ranking system must be scrapped

I was dying and denied an abortion. Now I’m battling a country’s ban from 6,000 miles away

Andrea Prudente nearly died after suffering a miscarriage while on vacation in Malta. Now back home in Washington state, she tells Bevan Hurley of her efforts to overturn Malta’s abortion ban





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