Artist Daniel Monastero spent years as a cop in São Paulo's favelas. Now, he's making a nonviolent video game with the hope that he can push the medium to evolve and mature.
Donald Trump promises to make America safe from violence in his speech at the RNC, an Indian military plane goes missing, a Colorado town finds THC in the drinking water, and more.
This morning, Ted Cruz was booed off stage at the Republican convention for failing to endorse Donald Trump, a newly released video shows a North Miami police officer shooting a black man who was caring for his autistic patient, and more.
The 17-year-old jaguar escaped its handlers after the event, prompting soldiers to shoot and kill the animal.
This morning, former attorney general Eric Holder says Edward Snowdon performed a "public service," airstrikes kill at least 23 in Syria, Cincinnati Zoo defends its decision to kill an endangered gorilla, and more.
This morning, Obama visits Hiroshima, the UN has warned that civilians are in 'danger of starvation' in Syria, Trump pledges to cancel the Paris climate agreement, and more.
This morning, George Zimmerman is selling the gun he used to shoot Trayvon Martin, Brazil's president faces an impeachment trial, a supersonic train completes its first public test, and more.
Apr 12, 2016
Dressing up like burritos didn't work out very well.
Brazil's rogue parking attendants, known as flanelinhas, have been making money under the table for years. But now, a new law could threaten their livelihood.
This morning, Apple wants the FBI to reveal how it hacked the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone, Trump says he won't support the GOP nominee if it's not him, the EgyptAir hijack suspect appears in court, and more.
For the past decade, people in the north of Rio de Janeiro have been celebrating Holy Week with a series of reenactments of scenes from the final period of Jesus's life.
This morning, two suicide bombers who attacked Brussels yesterday were named, a cop called Ted Cruz's comments about Muslim neighborhood patrols "foolish," a Tribe Called Quest's Phife Dawg has died, and more.
Mar 16, 2016
This morning, Marco Rubio ends his presidential campaign, a manhunt for suspected terrorists involved in a gun battle in Brussels enters a second day, Harrison Ford is mocked for being 'too old' to play Indiana Jones, and more.
The Zika virus, which can cause birth defects, is "spreading explosively" according to the World Health Organization.
After learning she's pregnant, Cynthia encounters emotional and logistical obstacles when trying to access safe and legal abortion services in Brazil.
We also meet Colombia's guerrilla fighters, go courtside at the Davis Cup, and catch up with party monster Michael Alig.
André Liohn became famous for his images of conflict in Somalia, Syria, and Libya, but now he's using the same techniques to capture the strangeness and brutality of his home country, Brazil.
We head out on the road with legendary punk band Dillinger Four, give advice on how to make your booze taste better, and uncover the surprising Confederate pride of Americana, Brazil.
Being one of the most powerful drug lords in the country is "a much tougher job than people imagine," according to Misha Glenny's new book.
The scandal briefly gripped Brazil two years ago, uniting two of the country's most serious injustices: unequal access to healthcare and legal help. But hundreds of families are still waiting for answers.
Scenes from the second Gaymada Interdrag Championship.
An interview with Raquel Santos de Oliveira, who took over her boyfriend's drug business after he was killed in a police shoot-out before developing a debilitating coke problem and getting out of the game.
Taking 'Playboy' out was a significant coup for cops here, but gang culture in Rio's favelas is so deeply rooted that bringing down its most charismatic leaders isn't enough to undermine the grip of violence.
We talked with the shop's artists about how they got started, jealousy from male peers, and their love of permanently marking people's bodies.