Little Levente turned 2 in a Bronx holding center with no idea where his parents were and no one who could explain in his language. Now he’s been deported to Hungary.
Creede Newton is an independent journalist based in Haifa, Israel. His reporting focuses on art, culture, free speech and human rights issues in Europe and the Middle East. Follow him on Twitter @creedenewton
Security guards at Milo’s anti-Islam, pro-Orban speech in Budapest left media bruised and battered, but the self-proclaimed ‘free speech icon’ couldn’t care less.
After a pro-government newspaper claims the musical—about a boy who loves ballet—could "turn kids gay."
A Tea Party lawmaker would force teachers to tell parents about a student’s gender identity—even if the kid wants to keep it secret.
The incarcerated across the country are trying to stop ‘slave labor,’ but the system is fighting back hard.
They may not be the migrants that candidates are referring to this election cycle, but a steady number of families whose children have chronic health issues are moving to Colorado to take advantage of legalized pot.
The fractured drug cartels hit high and low. In Acapulco these days, they’re even knocking off taxi drivers who don’t pay up, or who work for rival gangs.
The Republican’s immigration and protectionist proposals are likely to drive down Mexico’s economy, and thus drive more Mexicans to the U.S.
Kansans are disturbed by a homegrown plot to kill hundreds of Somalis, but they stop short of blaming Trump’s Islamophobic rhetoric.
A massive earthquake in April, plus more than 1,700 aftershocks, has rattled Ecuador’s psyche. Lessons for those who live on fault lines in the United States.