Maryam Saleh is an editor and reporter based in Washington, D.C., whose work focuses on immigration and national security.
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Articles by Maryam Saleh on theintercept.com
An article in the New York Times has reopened the wound created when the U.S. seized 120 million pages of documents from Iraq after the 2003 invasion.
Rashida Tlaib is beating both of the Conyerses in fundraising in Michigan's 13th District, raking in $588,000 in the first quarter of 2018.
Rania Abouzeid and Alia Malek's books, based on years of in-country reporting, are an answer to those who say no one truly knows what happened in Syria.
The Trump administration is ending the Legal Orientation Program, a proven cost-saving measure that teaches detained immigrants about immigration court.
Counterterror strikes have been eclipsed by the horrors of the Saudi-led war in Yemen, but U.S. drones are killing many people who have no Al Qaeda ties.