How Texaco’s gamble to find oil reserves in the Ecuadorian jungle set the stage for a fierce battle in the courts of Manhattan and downfall of a social activist lawyer.
When given the option, victims overwhelmingly prefer to receive compensation than to punish their transgressor.
U.S. schools teach Native Americans as history, failing to acknowledge their modern presence while clouding the genocidal past.
A new breed of young people have outdone the tricksters of advertising.
Scrutinizing the motives behind Target’s Library Makeover Program.
When Ghanaian women draw the ire of men, they risk ending up in a witch camp.
As Jordanian women leave the home and enter public life, sexual harassment has reached unprecedented levels of social acceptability.
California’s booming prison population has provided the state with cheap labor—a convenience that may dissipate with a new court order.