Mallika Sen, The Associated Press

Mallika Sen

The Associated Press

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Past articles by Mallika:

Why is Eileen Gu competing for China over the United States?

Freestyle skier Eileen Gu's decision to compete for her mother’s native China over her native U.S. has drawn critical coverage, but she's not the first to do it. → Read More

Why is Eileen Gu competing for China over the United States?

Freestyle skier Eileen Gu's decision to compete for her mother’s native China over her native U.S. has drawn critical coverage, but she's not the first to do it. → Read More

Why is Eileen Gu competing for China over the United States?

Freestyle skier Eileen Gu's decision to compete for her mother’s native China over her native U.S. has drawn critical coverage, but she's not the first to do it. → Read More

Why is Eileen Gu competing for China over the United States?

Freestyle skier Eileen Gu's decision to compete for her mother’s native China over her native U.S. has drawn critical coverage, but she's not the first to do it. → Read More

Why is Eileen Gu competing for China over the United States?

Freestyle skier Eileen Gu's decision to compete for her mother’s native China over her native U.S. has drawn critical coverage, but she's not the first to do it. → Read More

Why is Eileen Gu competing for China over the United States?

Freestyle skier Eileen Gu's decision to compete for her mother’s native China over her native U.S. has drawn critical coverage, but she's not the first to do it. → Read More

Why is Eileen Gu competing for China over the United States?

Freestyle skier Eileen Gu's decision to compete for her mother’s native China over her native U.S. has drawn critical coverage, but she's not the first to do it. → Read More

Why is Eileen Gu competing for China over the United States?

Freestyle skier Eileen Gu's decision to compete for her mother’s native China over her native U.S. has drawn critical coverage, but she's not the first to do it. → Read More

Why is Eileen Gu competing for China over the United States?

Freestyle skier Eileen Gu's decision to compete for her mother’s native China over her native U.S. has drawn critical coverage, but she's not the first to do it. → Read More

Why is Eileen Gu competing for China over the United States?

Freestyle skier Eileen Gu's decision to compete for her mother’s native China over her native U.S. has drawn critical coverage, but she's not the first to do it. → Read More

Why is Eileen Gu competing for China over the United States?

Freestyle skier Eileen Gu's decision to compete for her mother’s native China over her native U.S. has drawn critical coverage, but she's not the first to do it. → Read More

Why is Eileen Gu competing for China over the United States?

Freestyle skier Eileen Gu's decision to compete for her mother’s native China over her native U.S. has drawn critical coverage, but she's not the first to do it. → Read More

Why is Eileen Gu competing for China over the United States?

Freestyle skier Eileen Gu's decision to compete for her mother’s native China over her native U.S. has drawn critical coverage, but she's not the first to do it. → Read More

EXPLAINER: Competing for 'another' country is nothing new

In an increasingly globalized society, is it any wonder that identity and nationality are fluid? Sports, after all, can be a great unifier of national identity -- but also an expansive instrument for welcoming or attaining belonging. → Read More

EXPLAINER: What in the World Is the Olympic Truce?

Every two years, the host country of the upcoming Olympics introduces a U.N. resolution that other member states can co-sponsor. The truce is intended to secure safe passage for athletes during the Games and, in the long term, promote the idea of working toward world peace. → Read More

‘Substitute camera’ captures Ghislaine Maxwell trial drama

NEW YORK (AP) — As Ghislaine Maxwell strode into the courtroom for the first day of her sex-trafficking trial, no photographer was allowed to catch it. Courtroom artist Elizabeth Williams, however, was at the ready and before the hour was up, the curtain-raising scene was transmitted to news outlets around the world. Cameras are generally […] → Read More

'Substitute camera' captures Ghislaine Maxwell trial drama

Elizabeth Williams was the eyes of the public throughout Ghislaine Maxwell's monthlong sex-trafficking trial → Read More

‘Substitute camera’ sketches Ghislaine Maxwell trial beats

NEW YORK (AP) — As Ghislaine Maxwell strode into the courtroom for the first day of her sex-trafficking trial, no photographer was allowed to catch it. Courtroom artist Elizabeth Williams, however, was at the ready and before the hour was up, the curtain-raising scene was transmitted to news outlets around the world. Cameras are generally […] → Read More

What’s next for Ghislaine Maxwell after guilty verdict?

NEW YORK (AP) — With Wednesday’s guilty verdict in the sex-trafficking trial of Ghislaine Maxwell, here’s a look at what the once high-flying Jeffrey Epstein confidante was accuse… → Read More

'SNL' to air without live audience, Charli XCX amid omicron

NEW YORK (AP) — People's Sexiest Man Alive of 2021 is set to be inducted into the vaunted Five-Timers Club on "Saturday Night Live," but the surging omicron variant of the coronavirus means there won't be a live audience to see it happen. → Read More