The Washington Post

Stephanie McCrummen

ReporterWashington, D.C.


In the Finnish border town of Tornio, busloads of refugees arrived every day. As they made their way to a border check, many discarded handfuls of documents that were useless, or perhaps a liability, now that they’d arrived at their final stop.

  • Nov 29, 2015

At the last stop on the migrant trail across Europe, Finland offers an uneasy welcome to asylum seekers.

  • Nov 25, 2015

He showed them his gun. He spoke of doing ‘something crazy.’ Why do the friends Dylann Roof stayed with before the Charleston church shooting shrug about their inaction?

  • Sep 12, 2015

The ceremony in Columbia bookends the highly emotional debate in South Carolina over the flag’s place on statehouse grounds, a conversation that began anew after last month’s mass shooting of nine worshipers at a historic black church in Charleston.

  • Jul 10, 2015

The presidential campaign by the senator from Vermont has drawn crowds that have surprised even him.

  • Jun 18, 2015

Some see a natural retail politician. Others just see a glib pitchman.

  • Jun 5, 2015

Faced with steadily declining membership, a Southern Baptist church in Tennessee makes a decision once unthinkable in the heart of the Bible Belt: selling to an Arab congregation.

  • May 30, 2015

Festac was called Little London. Now it is decaying, and residents are bracing for election-related violence.

  • Mar 3, 2015

The teacher was taken from a school compound by five armed men, probably for ransom, officials say.

  • Feb 24, 2015

With its most competitive election since 1999 stalled, Nigerians wonder if democracy will endure.

  • Feb 17, 2015
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