ISIS women impose a brutal rule at al-Hol, a sprawling tent camp in Syria

About 20,000 women and 50,000 children who had lived under the caliphate are held in dire conditions at the camp

As India’s crackdown began, I arrived in Kashmir. It was terrifying.

Weeks later, my relatives and friends are still cut off from the rest of the world

A police officer killed my son, Michael Brown, 5 years ago. Nothing has changed.

Black men and boys are still not safe walking down the street or driving in cars

‘An eye for an eye’: How one woman’s eye patch became the symbol of the Hong Kong protests

The pro-democracy demonstrators have been calling for change in Hong Kong since June

Law enforcement has a blind spot for white male violence. Here’s why.

For years, white men have been responsible for mass shootings in far greater numbers than other demographic groups

A mother died shielding her infant in El Paso. Her husband died guarding them both, family says.

The newlyweds were among 21 victims killed in Saturday’s mass shooting

Nine people died in the Dayton, Ohio, shooting. One of the victims was the gunman’s sister.

It was the second deadly U.S. mass shooting in 24 hours

Two Chicago mothers fighting to end gun violence were shot and killed

Chantell Grant and Andrea Stoudemire, killed Friday, were part of the organization Mothers Against Senseless Killings

In Bolsonaro’s Brazil, members of the LGBT community ‘don’t feel safe.’ So they’re taking self-defense into their own hands.

167 transgender people were killed in Brazil between October 2017 and October 2018

‘Pose’ tackles the epidemic of violence against transgender women of color in heartbreaking episode

The show’s staffers ‘felt a responsibility’ to confront the issue