A young developmentally disabled woman just wanted to be left alone. What happened next shattered a family.
In its ongoing crackdown on dissent, Iran's government is now jailing the lawyers who defend political prisoners.
China’s growing appetite for meat and dairy is driving big changes in everything from farming to food safety.
This week, The I Files is featuring stories highlighting veterans, their families and the array of challenges soldiers face when they return home.
Thousands of veterans are denied disability benefits as a result of errors by the Department of Veterans Affairs.
More than 3,000 female veterans are living on the streets of the United States. "Her War" tells the story of some of those women and the battles they face.
America has embraced tough-on-crime policies since the 1990s. But this November, California voters will consider a ballot measure to reform the state’s strict three strikes law.
This week The I Files features stories highlighting issues that seem to have gotten short shrift in the presidential campaign, including the environment, immigration and gay rights.
This week on The I Files, we're highlighting girls' education in Afghanistan and Pakistan, child sacrifice in Uganda, civil war in Syria, New York's stop-and-frisk policy, and the upcoming U.S. presidential election.
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