Central American countries are losing a generation because of gangs.
An extreme means of protest emerges in brutal conditions.
For the incarcerated in Ciudad Juárez, it's a fine line between victim and perpetrator.
A new photography exhibit aims to make viewers think twice about what smoking really means.
John Delaney's portraits capture men and women whose whole world is changing around them.
Journalist Pearl Gabel documents Jewish men living double lives.
A Wall Street trader quits his job to roam the toughest streets of the Bronx.
An Italian photographer and an American journalist tell the stories in haunting images of displaced people as they resettle in the U.S.
Jails across across the country have long since stopped putting inmates with the AIDS virus in separate housing. Here's why one state refuses to change its ways.
In New York and other states, drug users are supposed to be granted immunity when they call 911 to save their friends' lives. But the police and the public have yet to get the message.
It's illegal to fire employees because of their sex. But switching genders can still cost people their jobs.
Since 1991, the Clean Halls program has allowed the NYPD to arrest apartment dwellers with little or no cause. Why is the city being so secretive -- and why are residents only now fighting back?
Despite the data, some still struggle with the the idea of helping drug users inject, arguing that these programs encourage addiction.
New York isn't the only place where cops can use condom possession to justify arrest, but sex worker advocates there are pushing a bill.