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Wednesday headlines: Disaster displacement.

Members of the NAACP, the nation’s oldest civil rights organization, voted unanimously Tuesday to impeach President Trump.

Former special counsel Robert Mueller testifies today before the House Judiciary Committee and the House Intelligence Committee.

To elect Boris Johnson prime minister, only 160,000 members of the Conservative Party voted—less than 1% of the population.

Jane Mayer goes big on an Al Franken profile “as a cautionary tale for the #MeToo movement.”

"The left, let’s be honest, has had a pretty bad century so far." And that is where Universal Basic Income comes in.

Transgender individuals may now legally use whichever bathroom matches their gender identities in North Carolina public buildings.

For black American liberals, the endurance of Sudan's uprising offers lessons in "organic and durable organizing."

"Disaster displacement is nothing new, of course." Ten humanitarian crises and trends to watch in 2019.

Hodan Nalayeh, recently murdered by terrorists in Somalia, was a model for a new kind of trailblazing international journalist.

Being “quietly queer” in Senegal means making use of ambiguity instead of aggressive resistance.

Comparing traffic tickets in Kenya and the US says a lot about two different approaches to statebuilding.

An excellent, lucid report finds California and Texas offering two different models for the future of the United States.

Attention Californians, Texans, and everyone else who cares about the good things in life: fake guacamole, using Mexican squash instead of avocado, has hit the streets.

If your town sees bread stapled to trees, blame Reddit and BSTT (“BreadStapledToTrees”).

Nick Paumgarten goes behind the veil of the cultish, creepy Augusta National golf tournament. He likely will not be invited back.