Justice

Justice

A former UN climate chief's promotion has set off renewed fury over sexual harassment allegations in India

If you've been following the climate change debate for a while, Rajendra Pachauri should be familiar. He's the former chair of the UN panel on climate change. Last February, he was accused of sexual harassment by a researcher who worked at his institute in India. An internal investigation found him guilty and Pachauri stepped down. Now a new allegation has been made.

Global Politics

China is expanding its pursuit of fleeing dissidents worldwide

Their offenses include publishing exposés and reports on scandals that embarrass the Communist Party. Some of them amount to substantial accounts of abuse. Others are closer to National Inquirer-style tabloid fodder. At the time they disappeared, Lee and Gui, both Hong Kongers, were prepping a salacious book on the Chinese president’s love life.

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Music

A playlist for Mexico's missing student-teachers

Forty-three student-teachers from the town of Ayotzinapa in Mexico are still missing. The case has caused massive protests in Mexico and beyond, and Mexican-American radio host Catalina Maria Johnson decided to put together a playlist in honor of the missing.