“When one's heart is burdened, you don't see anything good at all. But when you forgive from your heart, you see many good things coming your way.
"In jail they don't stop being mothers, sisters, teachers, loved ones, grandparents, or simply cute girls."
A president who has presided over a resurgence of hatred and trafficked in anti-Semitism is suddenly worried about Democrats and Israel.
I’ll never forget how a man pulling an oxygen tank because of severe lung disease told me he would rather die than receive benefits from the Affordable Care Act because it used his tax dollars on “Mexicans and welfare queens."
"The one thing that I get really agitated about is how little things have changed in many of these neighborhoods."
A group member reflects on their violent reputation and uncertain future as they face a public relations crisis in Japan.
Some old-school hoolies have quit fighting on the terraces to battle their hardcore addictions.
Kathy Kleiner was 20 years old when she was attacked by the notorious serial killer. Decades on, she wants to recenter Bundy's victims in a narrative that too often excludes them.
After a member of the military allegedly obsessed with race war got arrested, Trump's spokeswoman reached a new low.
In this episode of Violent Times, we interview Sgt. Paul Cale about state-sanctioned violence.
Listen to our Podcast with Nack, about violence and street art.
It's Reefer Madness all over again, somehow.