Recent studies claim that violence in the news can lead to PTSD for viewers, so we asked a psychology professor what kind of psychological harm police brutality may be causing the black community at large.
Nick Tolewski was in his early teens when he started taking photos of the Thomastown Sharps.
As the Sunshine State attempts to curb violence with a lockout policy, we look at how the plan has worked out in Sydney.
London Black-Up is a group of friends and musicians who've played a huge role in the capital's hardcore scene over the past 20 years.
It quickly became clear to me how much racial prejudice Gypsies and travelers are forced to endure in Britain.
I sought a deeper meaning for my life, outside of the mundane existence of my working-class neighborhood struggle. Rather than succumb to the doldrums of comfort, I wanted to matter.
Politicians are leading a witch-hunt in Hunts Point to shut down all of the local strip clubs by revoking their liquor licenses.
Cell phones are prohibited at the 120-year-old prison, as is fighting, so there's an understandable amount of confusion and embarrassment surrounding the release of the footage on YouTube.
For all the supposed safety technology offers us, it can also be used against women who have fled domestic violence.
A look at how drug trafficking's massive profits feed high-level corruption, and how American policy is fanning the flames.
Delivering a level of extravaganza reached by few other games, this collision of individuality and corporate production remains magnetic.
If you think you know where the film is heading, I promise, you don't.
The tragic mass shooting at an historic black church in Charleston fits an all-too-familiar pattern in modern America where the most entrenched class is prone to violence.
South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley has already said she hopes the 21-year-old alleged church shooter receives the death penalty.
In his piece 'Chinese Bible,' the infamous artist inverts his focus away from violence to quiet introspection.
A few months ago, sitting on a tram at lunchtime, I noticed a young girl staring at me with her mouth wide open. Staring back I thought: There's nothing like the puzzled look of a child on public transport to tell you you're not passing.
With 19 countries already legalising same-sex marriage, a small but vocal group continues to oppose it. It's not religious, or right wing, or even straight.
Living among those concrete tower blocks was a study in the art of patience.
Gambian refugee Maimuna Jawo applied for UK asylum to campaign for the rights of FGM survivors and future victims, but she feels the government has treated her like a criminal.
New Zealand photographer Jono Rotman got unprecedented access to around 200 members of the Mongrel Mob. We asked how he did it.
Have you ever said, "Oh my God that puppy is so adorable I could just KILL it?" That's called "cute aggression," and it's a well-documented psychological phenomenon.
It's just the latest bizarre brush with the law for the former neighborhood watchman, who was acquitted in the killing of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in 2013.
Making Nice, Sumell's collection of short stories, follows the antics of a sometimes-asshole named Alby.
We talked to a former member of the "Americans," the gang that introduced meth to Cape Town.