Priyanka Boghani

Deputy Digital Editor

Saudi Arabia Lifts Ban On Women Driving. Meet An Activist Once Jailed for Breaking It.
Saudi Arabia announced on Tuesday that it will allow women to drive, reversing a widely criticized ban that women’s rights activists had long opposed and fought to overturn.
September 26, 2017
In ISIS-held Raqqa, No Escape for Thousands of Civilians, Amnesty Warns
Thousands of civilians in Raqqa are trapped, caught between ISIS's mines, snipers and booby traps on the ground and air and artillery strikes from a coalition fighting to liberate the Syrian city from ISIS control.
August 25, 2017
Bannon, In Rare Interview, Discusses Trump, Charlottesville, Nationalism
With his future at the White House in question, Stephen K. Bannon gave a rare interview this week where he called the far-right fringe "a collection of clowns," and said that the more Democrats focus on identity politics, "I got 'em."
August 17, 2017
How White Supremacists Have "Dogged" Trump Ever Since The Campaign
Facing criticism for his initial response to this weekend's clashes in Charlottesville, President Trump on Monday directly condemned the K.K.K., neo-Nazis and white nationalists for their role in the violence.
August 14, 2017
What It Would Mean To Declare the Opioid Crisis a National Emergency
The foremost recommendation from a commission established by President Donald Trump to address the opioid crisis spiraling across the United States was that he declare the epidemic a national emergency.
August 1, 2017
What Might Brexit Mean for Counterterrorism in Europe?
Brexit comes at a crucial moment in Europe’s fight against terror, though no one knows for sure how it will complicate efforts to counter a transnational threat.
July 11, 2017
Inside the Rise and Reign of ISIS's Leader
Whether dead or alive, Abu Bakr al Baghdadi has been key to the rise of the Islamic State.
June 16, 2017
The FRONTLINE Interview: Ben Shapiro
Ben Shapiro joined Breitbart as editor-at-large in 2012, but left the site during the height of the 2016 campaign, saying Breitbart had become too friendly with the Trump campaign. "When a news outlet decides that it is more important to maintain close ties to a particular candidate or politician than it is to maintain the integrity of their journalists, that is no longer a journalistic organization," says Shapiro. "It is now a propaganda platform."
May 23, 2017
A Housing Affordability Crisis That's Worse for the Lowest Income Americans
Households with the lowest incomes face the biggest shortage of rental housing that is both affordable and available.
May 9, 2017
They Were Sentenced as “Superpredators.” Who Were They Really?
A closer look at those who were sentenced to life without parole as juveniles during the "superpredator" scare of the 1990s.
May 2, 2017
Reducing Solitary Confinement, One Cell At A Time
More than 30 states have moved to reduce their use of solitary confinement as prison hunger strikes, lawsuits and activism have brought new scrutiny to the mental health effects of isolation, and the risks that freed prisoners might pose following long-term exposure to solitary.
April 18, 2017
"Norfolk Four" Pardoned 20 Years After False Confessions
The pardon of four Navy veterans known as the "Norfolk Four" brings to a close a 20-year legal battle that brought national attention to the issue of false confessions.
March 22, 2017