Deported to El Salvador, Trapped between Gangs and Trump

Deported to El Salvador, Trapped between Gangs and Trump

Leighton Woodhouse & Pedro Armando Aparicio

MULTIMEDIA

Co-published with The InterceptAfter 17 years in Houston, Escobar became one of more than 40,000 people arrested for deportation by Immigration and Customs Enforcement between January and May under President Trump’s “bad hombres” pledge.

New York’s Housecleaners Become Collateral Damage in Airbnb Crackdown

New York’s Housecleaners Become Collateral Damage in Airbnb Crackdown

Abby Ellin

NEWS | ANALYSIS

Co-published with Fortune. As New York City limits Airbnb rentals, the cottage industries that serviced them has been hit particularly hard.

Outclassed: how your neighbor’s income might affect your happiness

Outclassed: how your neighbor’s income might affect your happiness

Alissa Quart

FEATURES

Co-published with The GuardianDon’t scoff: psychological and social science research supports that living amid the wealthy even when you are upper middle class is bad for your mental health

The Street Where Eric Garner Died Struggles to Recover

The Street Where Eric Garner Died Struggles to Recover

WNYC Studios

MULTIMEDIA

Co-published with WNYC StudiosShop owners claim a rise in crime after Garner’s death is hurting their businesses and the community.

 

The Serious Dangers of Tampons—And You Have to Pay Taxes on Them as Well

The Serious Dangers of Tampons—And You Have to Pay Taxes on Them as Well

Laura Strausfeld

ANALYSIS

Co-published with Alternet. Now that we’re living under a political regime hostile to women's health, there's more risk than ever for those using this essential commodity.