Pulitzer Prize-winning Post and Courier reporter Jennifer Berry Hawes discusses how mainstream journalism tends to stereotype the victims of mass shootings.
The common script is for the oppressed person to offer absolution. But who is served by such forgiveness?
A new book explores the racial implications of the algorithms that structure our lives.
They're reading the same websites, talking to each other, and killing the same targets. The lone wolves are actually a pack.
New research finds that directly hinting at the hypocrisy of an Islamophobic stance can make people reconsider that position.
Is the U.S. finally ready to grapple with its toxic masculinity problem?
Where are all these “lone gunmen” getting their ideas?
Seven churches have burned to the ground over the past few weeks. Here's why their destruction matters.