Allison McCann is a reporter and graphics editor covering civil rights, criminal justice and, occasionally, women’s soccer for The New York Times. She was previously based in London on the International desk.
Montan tèt chaje yo te fòse Ayiti peye Lafrans pou endepandans li ede kondane peyi a nan chimen lamizè.
By Lazaro Gamio, Constant Méheut, Catherine Porter, Selam Gebrekidan, Allison McCann and Matt Apuzzo
The staggering sum Haiti paid for its independence cemented its path to poverty.
La somme colossale qu’Haïti a été forcé de payer à la France pour son indépendance a contribué à condamner le pays à la pauvreté.
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By Weiyi Cai, Taylor Johnston, Allison McCann and Amy Schoenfeld
Many of the millions of women who live in these states would be able to seek legal abortions elsewhere, but the barriers to access may be hard for some to overcome.
By Weiyi Cai, Taylor Johnston, Allison McCann and Amy Schoenfeld Walker
If the Supreme Court were to end Roe v. Wade, about half of states would be expected to ban abortion quickly or limit it heavily.
By Allison McCann and Taylor Johnston
As it opens its 10th regular season, the women’s soccer league no longer faces questions about survival. But its aspirations and operations are still a work in progress.
By Allison McCann
By Allison McCann, Lazaro Gamio, Denise Lu, Pablo Robles and Dan Bilefsky
Residents describe what has been lost after three weeks of attacks.
By Allison McCann, Lazaro Gamio, Denise Lu and Pablo Robles
By Josh Holder, Allison McCann, Scott Reinhard and Michael Schwirtz