Dutch artist Leon Keer’s street art is unlike anything we’ve ever seen before. Just looking at it is like staring at a scene in a 3-D movie, but without the lame glasses. Keer’s playful pieces may give
Everywhere you look in the city you can see the not-so-distant shadow of Jim Crow. The past isn’t past. William Faulkner said it, and Freddie Gray’s death proves it. For the past 100 years, the people
By Stacey Patton It’s not surprising that a black mother in Baltimore who chased down, cursed and beat her 16-year-old son in the middle of a riot has been called a hero. In this country, when black mothers
The riots in Baltimore this week may have been triggered by the death of Freddie Gray, but their roots are found in the widening gap between America's rich and poor. That's the message from Nouriel Roubini,
By Christopher Ingraham Christopher Ingraham Reporter covering all things data Email Bio Follow "Baltimore is not Ferguson and its primary problems are not racial," my colleague Mike Fletcher wrote today.
Baltimore burned in April 1968, shortly after Martin Luther King Jr. was slain in Memphis. Echoing previous efforts at determining the source of black uprisings that swept the country in the 1960s, the
Woman Allegedly Stabbed in Neck During Parking Lot Attack. But Her Boyfriend Settles the Matter With Just One Punch.
A man and woman were sitting in a car at a gas station in Pasadena, California, on Thursday afternoon when another man allegedly kicked the passenger door and started yelling at the woman, police said.
Violent unrest has broken out on the streets of Baltimore just hours after the funeral of 25 year-old Freddie Gray, who suffered fatal injuries in police custody and died on 19 April. Gray’s family and
“Rolling Stone has a lot to answer for”: Jon Krakauer on campus rape, victim backlash and why “Missoula” was the hardest
This woman is like a daughter to me. I’ve known her since she was born, and I was so ashamed of myself for a) not being aware of her problems and b) for being so ignorant about the trauma of rape and lasting
Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Va. (AP/Steve Helber) The lobby group FratPAC has a plan to make it even harder for schools to investigate sexual assault
WASHINGTON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The United States violates human rights by treating sex-trafficked children as criminals and throwing them into jail, rights groups told an international commission
From the editors of Cosmopolitan.com, feminism made a lot of milestones in the year 2014. As 2014 comes to a close, women have a whole lot to cheer about in pop culture, politics, sports, and art. Of this
National Football League Commissioner to Unveil Tougher Personal-Conduct Policy National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell reserved a private dining room for breakfast at the exclusive Core club
To read the news this year, it seems like colleges never get sexual assault cases right. In July, there was the New York Times exposé on Hobart and William Smith Colleges. Then, Emma Sulkowicz, a Columbia
A Second Civil Rights Movement can bring together millions of Americans in unison to protest the inequities that not only divide our society, but are creating deeper, possibly insurmountable rifts in national