Autocracy is making a comeback, seeping into parts of the world where it once appeared to have been vanquished. But it is a sleeker, subtler and more sophisticated version than before, twisting democratic principles into tools of state control. Here are the stories of citizens fighting back.
Story by Griff Witte | Photos by Michael Robinson Chavez
The inquiry has rattled an industry that is portrayed in Washington as the white knight of U.S. health care. “This is most likely the largest cartel in the history of the United States,” said Joseph Nielsen, an assistant attorney general and antitrust investigator in Connecticut.
The Washington Post found that nearly half of the women who were murdered during the past decade were killed by an intimate partner. In an analysis of five cities, about a third of the male killers were known to be a potential threat ahead of the attack.