A look back at The Intercept’s must-read stories from 2018.
Many of the world’s troubles are legacies of American intervention, from the U.S. invasion of Iraq to decades of meddling in Central America.
ICE’s arrest of an activist and the targeting of aid volunteers in Arizona were early salvos in a harassment campaign that peaked with family separations.
From Puerto Rico to Gaza, The Intercept sent photographers and video journalists into the field to bring viewers to places they might not otherwise see.
Catastrophic hurricanes, heartless vivisectionists, criminal polluters, and climate supervillains like Scott Pruitt were all on extravagant display in 2018.
We began the year with a deep look at the insurgency bubbling up across the country, and the steps Democrats in Washington were taking to tamp it down.