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(CNN)As departing senators said their goodbyes to Washington, a
number of Democrats and Republicans took the opportunity to express
concern about the state of the Senate and the political climate.
"All the evidence points to an unsettling truth: The Senate as an
institution is in crisis," retiring Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch of Utah
lamented in his farewell speech delivered on the Senate floor.
Sen. Claire McCaskill, who was defeated in the November midterm
elections, echoed that idea when she delivered her own farewell speech.
"I'd be lying if I didn't say I was worried about this place," she said. "It
just doesn't work as well as it used to."
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"Something is broken," the Missouri Democrat went on to say. "If we
don't have the strength to look in the mirror and fix it, the American
people are going to grow more and more cynical."
As senators who were either ousted in the elections or decided to retire
and not seek another term reflected on their time in Congress, many
expressed dismay at how divided Washington has become as lawmakers
retreat to entrenched partisan positions that leave little room for
compromise or common ground.
Most of them spoke in the final weeks of the year, a time largely
overshadowed by a flurry of last-minute legislative activity and an
unsuccessful effort to stave off a partial government shutdown. But the
shuttering of roughly 25% of the federal government appeared to help
illustrate a common sentiment conveyed during many of these farewell
speeches: that something would need to change for Washington to
function properly.
'This is not a normal time'
McCaskill and Hatch weren't the only ones sounding alarm bells.
"To say that our politics is not healthy is somewhat of an
understatement," retiring Sen. Jeff Flake said in his farewell speech. "I
believe that we all know well that this is not a normal time and that the
threats to our democracy from within and without are real."
McCaskill warns Dems about 'cheap' rhetoric; says GOP
senators privately believe Trump is 'nuts'
McCaskill warns Dems about 'cheap' rhetoric; says GOP senators
privately believe Trump is 'nuts'
The Arizona Republican, a frequent critic of President Donald Trump,
went beyond a critique of American politics to say he believes an
"authoritarian impulse" is experiencing a resurgence worldwide and that
the "global commitment to democracy seems now to be on somewhat
shaky ground."
But while departing senators had unique messages to impart, the
overarching idea that there's a problem with the current state of politics
was a consistent theme.
"What in the world has happened to civility and to humility in our
nation's public discourse?" Sen. Bill Nelson, a Florida Democrat who
lost his seat in the midterms, asked in his farewell speech.
"Tribalism is our problem, and if not corrected, it's going to take our
country down," he warned.
Year marked by 'loss of comity'
The farewell speeches came as the most recent session of Congress drew
to a close in late December -- a session that has been punctuated by a
series of bitterly contentious fights on Capitol Hill.
Senators split almost entirely along party lines in the fight to confirm
Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, a battle that saw Christine
Blasey Ford, a college professor from California, testify before
lawmakers that Kavanaugh had sexually assaulted her in the 1980s when
they were in high school and Kavanaugh vehemently deny the
accusation.
Tensions ran high between Democratic and Republican senators during
the confirmation hearings. In one dramatic moment, Republican Sen.
Lindsey Graham of South Carolina accused his Democratic colleagues
of trying to "destroy" Kavanaugh's life for political gain.
Graham has message for Kavanaugh daughters 00:42
In the end, only one Republican -- Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska --
opposed the nomination, while just one Democrat -- Sen. Joe Manchin
of West Virginia -- sided with Senate Republicans to elevate Kavanaugh
to the Supreme Court.
Hatch said during his farewell speech that "many factors contribute to
the current dysfunction," but added, "If I were to identify the root of the
crisis it would be this: the loss of comity and genuine good feeling
among Senate colleagues."
In yet another sign of division between the two parties, 2018 started off
with a government shutdown at the end of January and ended with
another fight in December, when a standoff between Trump and
Democrats over funding for a border wall triggered a partial shutdown
that began just days before Christmas.
Don't be afraid of 'tough votes' and other advice
As departing senators outlined concerns in their farewell speeches, many
described what they believe has contributed to the highly divisive
political climate and what they think needs to change.
McCaskill urged lawmakers to have the courage to take "tough votes."
"Solving the toughest problems will not happen without tough votes,"
she said. "We can talk about the toughest problems ... we can argue
about them, we can campaign on them, but we're not going to solve
them without tough votes."
Nelson and outgoing Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly of Indiana, who also
lost his seat in the midterms, suggested that an influx of big money in
politics has had a corrosive effect, making an argument common to the
Democratic Party.
"The court's 2010 decision opened the floodgates and allowed the
wealthiest Americans to spend unlimited amounts of money to influence
our elections and corrupt our democracy," Nelson said, referring to the
landmark 2010 Citizens United Supreme Court ruling.
In his farewell speech, Donnelly said that "the divisive rhetoric, the
political campaigns, increasingly funded by tens of millions of dollars,
anonymous, dark money interests is really doing damage to this
country."
Nelson argued that another issue is the "constant attempts to
disenfranchise voters and make it more difficult for every American to
have their voice heard at the ballot box."
Hatch, meanwhile, decried "identity politics," a concept often invoked
critically by Republicans, who frequently accuse Democrats of
subscribing to it.
"We must reject the politics of division, starting with identity politics,"
the Utah Republican said, adding that "identity politics is nothing more
than dressed-up tribalism. It is the deliberate and often unnatural
segregation of people into categories for political gain."
'I love this place'
In their farewell speeches, departing senators also reflected on fond
memories of their time in Congress, and some expressed optimism for
the future despite their concerns.
"For all the problems I've outlined, know that I love this place,"
McCaskill said. "We have fought, we have cried and we have laughed
together. Just like family."
"For more than four decades, I have had the distinct privilege of serving
in the United States Senate," Hatch said, adding, "speaking on the
Senate floor, debating legislation in committee, corralling the support of
our colleagues on compromise legislation -- these are the moments I will
miss. These are the memories I will cherish forever."
Hatch went on to say that "to address this body is to experience a
singular feeling: a sense that you are a part of something bigger than
yourself, a minor character in the grand narrative that is America."
See Flake's goodbye speech on Senate floor 00:56
Flake called it "the honor of my life to represent my home, Arizona, in
the United States Senate."
Despite his warnings, he said he was leaving the Senate "grateful and
optimistic."
"Serious challenges lie ahead, but any honest reckoning of our history ...
will note that we have confronted and survived more daunting
challenges than we now face," Flake said. "Ours is a durable, resilient
system of government, designed to withstand the foibles of those who
sometimes occupy these halls."
(CNN)Bangladeshis vote Sunday on whether to give Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina
a record third consecutive term in an election marred by allegations of human
rights abuses by her government.

The military has been deployed across the country to try to prevent the violence
seen during recent polls, which were tarnished by a low turnout and boycotted by
the largest opposition group and its allies.
The Bangladesh Awami League, led by 71-year-old Hasina, has been in power
since 2009 and won the last election in January 2014 with a resounding majority
amid a boycott. But Hasina has since been accused of authoritarianism and
harassment of the media and opposition figures, even as she presides over strong
economic growth.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina seen arriving at a Commonwealth Heads of
Government Meeting (CHOGM) at Buckingham Palace on April 19, 2018 in
London, England.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina seen arriving at a Commonwealth Heads of
Government Meeting (CHOGM) at Buckingham Palace on April 19, 2018 in
London, England.
Concerns over transparency
Human rights groups and opposition figures have warned that the December 30
election could be rigged despite promises of transparency from the authorities.
Salil Tripathi, a London-based journalist and author of "The Colonel Who Would
Not Repent: The Bangladesh War and Its Unquiet Legacy," said the government
has delayed visas for election observer groups such as the Asian Network for Free
Elections (Anfrel) despite its promises of openness.
"The question is whether there will be observers on the ground in time to see
what's going on," Tripathi told CNN. "You want elections that are free and fair,
and Bangladesh is missing this as an opportunity. If you don't allow the observers
to come, how will you prove this?"
In a report last week, Human Rights Watch said a "repressive political environment
in Bangladesh is undermining the credibility of the process."
"Authoritarian measures, including widespread surveillance and a crackdown on
free speech, have contributed to a widely described climate of fear," the report
said, adding that police had failed to act impartially and ignored attacks on
opposition figures.
Brad Adams, HRW's Asia director, said "the police and election commission
should not appear to be acting like extensions of the ruling party."
"The violence during the campaign that has mainly targeted the opposition bears
out their misgivings about unfair treatment," he added.
Much of the campaign violence seen in 2014 targeted the opposition Bangladesh
National Party (BNP) and the opposition coalition Jatiya Oikya Front (National
United Front).
Supporters of the Bangladesh Awami League shout slogans while taking part in a
rally ahead of December 30 general election vote, in Dhaka on December 27,
2018.
Supporters of the Bangladesh Awami League shout slogans while taking part in a
rally ahead of December 30 general election vote, in Dhaka on December 27,
2018.
Free speech clampdown
Opposition figures aren't the only ones feeling the pressure. Media and press
freedom groups have complained of harassment and threats ahead of Sunday's
election.
In October, the government approved a controversial new digital security law
which rights groups fear could further erode press freedoms and silence dissenting
voices online.
Amnesty International said it imposed "dangerous restrictions on freedom of
expression" and pointed to its potential for use against opposition voices.
The Dhaka-based Odhikar group has highlighted a worrying spate of what it called
"enforced disappearances" of opposition leaders, students and activists.
In September alone, the rights group claims 30 people were picked up by law
enforcement agencies without explanation -- a sharp jump from a total of 28 in the
first eight months of the year.
One of those detained in 2018 was prominent photojournalist Shahidul Alam, who
was jailed for several months after an interview with Al Jazeera in which he
accused the government of clinging on to power by "brute force."
Alam was released in November after an international outcry.
A joint statement by 25 human rights organizations, including the Committee to
Protect Journalists and Amnesty International, had called for Alam's "immediate
and unconditional release" and slammed the allegations against him as "a blatant
violation of his right to freedom of expression."
Bangladeshi photographer and activist Shahidul Alam reacts as he is released from
Dhaka Central Jail, Keraniganj, near Dhaka, on November 20, 2018.
Bangladeshi photographer and activist Shahidul Alam reacts as he is released from
Dhaka Central Jail, Keraniganj, near Dhaka, on November 20, 2018.
Weak opposition
Hasina is widely expected to cruise to a third term, with her biggest rival, BNP
chief and former prime minister Khaleda Zia, 73, currently in prison and banned
from running for election over corruption charges.
BNP supporters claim the charges against Zia are politically motivated.
"I'd be surprised if Hasina doesn't win. The opposition has a lot of problems in
terms of pitching candidates and intimidation. She has the advantage of
incumbency," Tripathi said.
But regardless of the outcome, he said the focus should be on the rights of
Bangladeshis to free and fair polls: "The voters and the candidates need to feel
reassured." (CNN)A ship carrying more than 300 migrants rescued off the coast of
Libya last week arrived in Spain on Friday.

The rescue vessel, operated by the Spanish charity Proactiva Open Arms, had
earlier been denied entry by Italy and Malta, the charity said.
The charity said the migrants -- mainly from Somalia, Nigeria and Mali -- were in
three separate boats "in danger of shipwreck" when they were found on December
21.
The ship docked at a port near Algeciras in southern Spain on Friday morning.
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"Open Arms is already in the Bay of Gibraltar and is steering towards the only port
available to it in the Mediterranean. Mission accomplished," the charity's founder,
Oscar Camps, tweeted Friday.
A woman and her newborn baby were airlifted from the boat to Malta during the
journey, while a teenager with a skin infection was taken to Italy, the charity said.
"There are only 2 bathrooms. We're on the high seas. There's no medicine,
blankets. Basic food only for 2 or 3 days," the charity tweeted last Saturday.
On Christmas Eve, the charity had posted videos and pictures of the migrants
singing and wearing Santa hats.
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On Friday, Matteo Salvini, Italy's hardline anti-immigrant Interior Minister,
tweeted: "NGO ship #OpenArms just docked in Spain with 310 undocumented
migrants on board. Mission accomplished! #closedports".
Salvini closed Italian ports to migrant boats in June. After Proactiva Open Arms
requested permission to dock in Italy last week, he tweeted: "Italian ports are
CLOSED! For the traffickers of human beings and for those who help them, the
good times are over".
Camps, the Proactiva founder, replied: "Matteo Salvini, your rhetoric and your
message, just like everything in this life, will end. But know that in a few decades
your descendants will be ashamed of what you do and what you say."
The Spanish Coast Guard said Friday that it had rescued 260 migrants in the
Alboran Sea during the past 24 hours.
A spokeswoman for the Coast Guard said the migrants were from Morocco and
sub-Saharan Africa and have been taken to the Spanish port cities of Malaga,
Almeria, and Motril.
More than 1,300 migrants have died this year while trying to reach Italy or Malta,
according to the International Organization for Migration (IOM).
A United Nations report last week said migrants attempting to cross the
Mediterranean face "unimaginable horrors," blaming "a local and international
failure to handle this hidden human calamity."
Oscar Holland, CNN
America has witnessed unprecedented levels of transgender visibility in recent
years.
But for 32-year-old Jess Dugan, who has been photographing the country's trans
communities for the past 15 years, one demographic remains marginalized:
seniors.
"I think, in general, a lot of the discussions around trans people are very youth-
focused," she said in a phone interview. "And our culture, in general, is youth-
focused.
"I wanted to both highlight and record the stories of older people who, in many
cases, came out a long time ago -- and, in some cases, were directly responsible for
creating this moment that we're in now, but who are somewhat overlooked. I think
The image used on the cover of Jess T. Dugan and Vanessa Fabbre's forthcoming
book, "To Survive on This Shore: Photographs and Interviews with Transgender
and Gender Nonconforming Older Adults."
Scroll through the gallery to see more images from the book, with quotes from the
accompanying interviews. Credit: Courtesy the Catherine Edelman Gallery,
Chicago
To counter this narrative -- or lack thereof -- 32-year-old Dugan launched a photo
project "To Survive on This Shore," which is now being published as a book of the
same name. Shot over the course of five years, Dugan's portraits accompany
interviews conducted by her partner Vanessa Fabbre, a social worker and assistant
professor at Washington University in St. Louis.
The pair's only restriction was that subjects self-identified as transgender or gender
non-conforming. Accordingly, the book's diverse cast of more than 60 people
spans various ethnicities, US states and socio-economic backgrounds.
From 75-year-old Jude, who started hormone therapy in the early 1970s, to 77-
year-old Amy, who came out as transgender in 2012 following the death of her
partner, their varied experiences depict what Dugan describes as the "struggles and
joys" of being an older transgender person.
"One interesting thing about working on this project was realizing how different
everyone's stories were," Dugan said. "But I do think that there was a common
thread of people struggling to figure out their identity, or come to terms with it.
Their transitions often resulted in a lot of social fallout -- people losing homes or
families.
"So there was this kind of dual experience: of finding freedom and community, and
then also losing comfort or security."
A hidden population
Recent research by UCLA's Williams Institute found that transgenderism is almost
as prevalent among the elderly as the young. The study estimated that 0.5% (or one
in every 200) of Americans aged 65 or over identified as transgender, compared to
0.7% among 13- to 24-year-olds.
Yet, older people's experiences were often profoundly different from those of
today's transgender youth. Many of those profiled in Dugan and Fabbre's book
discuss coming out (or transitioning) at a time when families, communities and
even legal systems struggled to comprehend transgenderism.
"For a long time, society identified me as a lesbian and seemed to ignore my
transgender status," 59-year-old Jay Kallio, a transgender man who passed away
after interviewing for the book, is quoted as saying. "Back then, in the 1950s and
'60s, society wasn't really all that nuanced in how it looked at LGBT people. We
were all sort of lumped into the same boat."
Jay Kallio, 59, who passed away after being interviewed for Dugan's book.
Jay Kallio, 59, who passed away after being interviewed for Dugan's book. Credit:
Courtesy the Catherine Edelman Gallery, Chicago
As 63-year-old Monica (who, like others in the book, is only identified by her first
name) put it: "I came out to my aunt she told me she had had conversations with
my mother, but back then in 1955 they didn't have the language. By the time I had
a conversation with a professional, I was an adult."
Despite the struggles documented, the book's subjects also display a pervasive
sense of acceptance -- both of their gender identities and of the ongoing social
stigma that surrounds transgenderism.
"I want to be accepted as a woman, but if I am not, I don't mind," 86-year-old
Rachel told Dugan and Fabbre. "One of the neighbors won't have anything to do
with me, but I don't care, because who is she? She doesn't know me."
Relatable role models
Dugan, who identifies as "queer and gender non-conforming" (or "loosely part of
the transgender umbrella," as she also put it) came out as gay aged 13. She
thereafter began questioning her own gender identity, a process that has directly
influenced her art.
"When I was growing up, I didn't see many representations of people who looked
like me," she said. "This was 15 years ago, give or take, and so much has changed
since then. But it was in fine art photography books that I first discovered images
of LGBT people who I could relate to.
"Photographic portraiture had a really profound effect on me by validating my own
identity and allowing me to realize I was part of larger community."
Stephanie, 64, says that she struggled to find work after transitioning.
Stephanie, 64, says that she struggled to find work after transitioning. Credit:
Courtesy the Catherine Edelman Gallery, Chicago
So while the book is centered around seniors, Dugan hopes that by collaborating
with non-profit and education groups, it can help bring these stories to a wider --
and crucially younger -- audience.
"We want younger trans folks to have representations of older trans folks who they
can look to," Dugan said. "We heard from younger people that they'd never even
seen older transgender people -- they had no roadmap for what their lives would
look like.
"This project may be over, in terms of making it," she added. "But I hope the effect
is just beginning."
"To Survive on This Shore: Photographs and Interviews with Transgender and
Gender Nonconforming Older Adults," published by Kehrer Verlag, is available
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Tiq Milan is an award-winning writer, trans rights advocate and media consultant
who lives between New York and Toronto. He recently delivered a TED talk with
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In "On Christopher Street: Transgender Stories," published by Rizzoli, award-


winning photographer Mark Seliger presents a series of portraits he took in the
neighborhood.
Christopher Street is legendary. With a storied -- and sometimes sordid -- history,
those few blocks between Seventh Avenue and the Christopher Street Pier are
synonymous with old gay New York.
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A short stretch in New York's West Village, this was typically the first stop for gay
transplants and the newly out; the runaways and the abandoned. The intersection at
Hudson Street, renamed Sylvia Rivera Way after the famed transgender civil rights
activist in 2005, is the heart of Christopher Street and the birthplace of the modern
LGBT rights movement.
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During my 14 years in New York City, I've created many memories on Christopher
Street. It was the backdrop in the classic queer documentaries "Paris is Burning"
and "The Aggressives," both of which I'd watch obsessively, enamored with the
narratives of queers of color, and knowing that these few blocks, although
sometimes seedy, would offer me community and safety.
Finding freedom
Tiq Milan photographed by Mark Seliger in "On Christopher Street: Transgender
Stories"
Tiq Milan photographed by Mark Seliger in "On Christopher Street: Transgender
Stories" Credit: mark seliger
By day, Christopher Street was a road of self-determination where a plethora of
queer experiences and a spectrum of gender expressions could coexist, bound
together by the common threads of identity, rejection, and reclamation.
"Unbothered" was a term I heard retorted after baseless criticisms and transphobic
microaggressions. The trans girls were "unbothered" by the snickers and long
stares of curious tourists and new, nervous neighbors slowly gentrifying the area.
On Christopher Street, they "paid it no mind" and "paid it dust," crafting new
language that reflected the crux of so many lives: resistance.
But at night, it held secrets. Some transwomen engaged in sex work to survive;
homeless gay teens, left in the cold by the families who were meant to protect
them, mixed with happy hour patrons at late night bar crawls.
When I arrived, it was mostly sex shops, bars and pizza joints lining the blocks.
The first safe space I found was Chi Chiz, the last black gay bar New York, which
closed in 2010. As bars shuttered across the Village amidst widespread
gentrification, Chi Chiz became the base for many black and Latino queer New
Yorkers.
Jamila Pratt and Paradise Valentino photographed by Mark Seliger in "On
Christopher Street: Transgender Stories"
Jamila Pratt and Paradise Valentino photographed by Mark Seliger in "On
Christopher Street: Transgender Stories" Credit: Mark Seliger
This place was more than just a watering holes to catch a buzz. Gay bars in New
York were where family was formed. After a long day of playing don't-ask-don't-
tell, folks could put the limp back in their wrist without fear at the daily two-for-
one happy hour.
These dark, smoky bars offered refuge for all of us who had to code switch at work
or at home to avoid being berated or ridiculed. This is where you came to be
yourself and find folks like you.
While Chelsea was rife with boutiques and over-priced gyms, on Christopher
Street, it wasn't rare to see bus drivers, corrections officers and UPS workers still
in uniform, belly up at a bar, being free, gay and safe.
Brilliance and beauty
The Stonewall Inn on the east side of Seventh Avenue, the infamous site of the
1969 LGBT liberation riots, may be the monument, but Christopher Street is the
movement.
It's the space that the community has defiantly claimed as our piece of the city we
love. The nightlife will always give you a glimpse of the underbelly, and the
consequences after the party's over have never been for the faint of heart. Yet, it is
ours.
This is where we exist, love and live on our terms. This is where the masks come
off.
"On Christopher Street: Transgender Stories" by award-winning photographer
Mark Seliger, published by Rizzoli, is out now.

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Canadian teacher detained in China has been released
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(CNN)A Canadian citizen who was detained in China earlier this month has been
released and is back in Canada according to Richard Walker, spokesman for
Global Affairs Canada.
The citizen, Sarah McIver, was detained due to a work permit issue related to her
teaching job, CNN affiliate CTV reported.
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that the teacher's situation was different from the two other Canadian detainees.
"The previous two have been put under compulsory measures by state security on
suspicion of endangering China's national security. This person was given
administrative penalty," she said.
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"activities that endangered China's national security," Chinese Foreign Ministry
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(CNN)Abdullah Hassan, who was on life support by the time his Yemeni mother
was granted a visa to see him one last time, has died.

The 2-year-old passed away Friday at the UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital in
Oakland, California, according to the Council on American Islamic Relations.
His mother, Shaima Swileh, was barred from traveling to the US under the White
House travel ban that restricts Yemeni nationals from entering the country. She
was granted a visa by the US State Department last week and shortly after arrived
in California.
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Hassan, made a public plea to President Donald Trump to expedite his wife's visa
application so she could have the chance to see her son one last time.
Doctors had previously told Hassan that patients like his son are usually on life
support for two or three weeks, or a month at most. Abdullah had been on a
ventilator at the Children's Hospital for more than a month.
"We are heartbroken. We had to say goodbye to our baby, the light of our lives,"
Hassan said. "We want to thank everyone for your love and support at this difficult
time. We ask you to kindly keep Abdullah and our family in your thoughts and
prayers."
"Ali and Shaima are in our thoughts and prayers as they mourn the loss of dear
Abdullah," Saad Sweilem, a civil rights attorney with CAIR, said. "With their
courage, this family has inspired our nation to confront the realities of Donald
Trump's Muslim Ban. In his short life, Abdullah has been a guiding light for all of
us in the fight against xenophobia and family separation."
A funeral service for Abdullah will take place on Saturday afternoon in Lodi,
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