The City of Chicago has paid tens of millions of dollars in settlements with victims of brutality under Police Commander Jon Burge. But justice is far from done—and some victims are still in prison.
Instead of focusing on the psychology of Trayvon Martin’s killer, we should be examining the meaning of his actions.
Up an unpaved Idaho road, self-styled “patriots” gather to plan and train in close-quarters battle.
How the great Polish philosopher went from being an anticlerical scourge to an apostle of John Paul II.
The tragic murder of Australian student Christopher Lane is being exploited by the right to stoke fears of a race war.
A panel discussion on the legacy of King's "Dream" speech.
Fifty years after the March on Washington, Dr. King’s most famous speech, like his own political legacy, is widely misunderstood.
Activists in Durham, North Carolina, have come together in support of Carlos Riley Jr. and against the racial policing they believe has put him behind bars.
In Egypt, as well as in the West, outrage over rampant sexual assault has too often been about political agendas rather than concern for the actual victims.
How George Zimmerman’s lawyers exploited racist stereotypes to justify the fear—and killing—of black men.