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Charissa Koh

Charissa Koh

Charissa is a WORLD reporter who often writes about poverty-fighting and criminal justice. She resides with her family in Atlanta.

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Articles by Charissa Koh
U.S. could pay damages to separated immigrant families

U.S. could pay damages to separated immigrant families

Some worry the move would further incentivize illegal crossings

Cities are boosting police funding to counter a crime wave, but that may not be enough to solve the problem

Democrats and Republicans in Congress failed to compromise on police reform legislation, but local-level changes may have better success

The city is spending hundreds of millions of dollars on the problem


The state seeks to prevent the release of dangerous defendants before trial

Many of those encamped in Del Rio, Texas, remain or will be released into the country

SNAP gets the biggest increase in the history of U.S. food stamps

Extra unemployment aid ends on Labor Day