When Brendan Sweeney marched with white supremacists in Charlottesville, he thought he was part of something new. And then he was doxed.
The second season of the “Wrongful Conviction” podcast will focus on false confessions of guilt.
Christian Picciolini grew a violent hate movement for eight years. After he left, it continued to grow. What’s his role in fixing the harm?
What leads police officers to use tactics like chokeholds, no-knock warrants and kneeling on a civilian’s neck?
The previously unreported allegations were outlined in a recently unsealed motion as part of Kelly’s divorce proceedings.
“How can we tell somebody to be healthy … and advocate for a healthy lifestyle, and yet we’re not living it?” asked one anti-violence worker.
Chicago Has A New Plan To Reduce Gun Violence, But COVID-19 Has Already Created Financial Challenges
The 108-page report outlines a “public health” approach that includes more community-based investment and victims’ services.
If confirmed by the Senate, Judge Amy Coney Barrett would be the only non-Ivy Leaguer on the U.S. Supreme Court.
WBEZ’s Patrick Smith explains how the police accountability process works in Chicago, and how much power the mayor has in that process.
Daytime TV discovered neo-Nazi skinheads, and it was a ratings bonanza. But it also helped to grow the hate movement across America.