A buffet of body checking, face plants, and butt-on-head brutality.
A group of doctors is trying to convince young Britons that stabbings are serious.
Academics have studied the relationship between the two for decades. A new paper suggests there's nothing to it.
Some of Chicago's neighborhoods have become much more dangerous, even though crime has plummeted citywide.
In a new video, a Yale sociologist shows how relationships spread risk.
Non-war zone killings in cities in Latin America, the Caribbean, and Africa are far outpacing traditional armed conflict.
Over the past decade, the number of African American men killed nearly matched the number who graduated from high schools ready to attend university.
Rep. Bobby Rush's attacks ignore the facts and dishonor law-abiding Chicagoans trying to lead their lives.
For the last two decades, the exact opposite has been true.
Researchers develop an add-on to the Android that can pinpoint the location of shooters.
What makes some people act heroically and empathetic toward others?
Homicide rates have fallen significantly in some places. Does economic development deserve the credit?
Trends in gun ownership, attitudes and violence have shifted notably over the past few decades.
Also, Portland's City Council rushes to remove agitators, and Uganda's biggest city decides to get rid of single-family houses.
At least eight were killed in the explosion.
The problem is not that the rest of the world seems so meaningless, it's how numbed we've become to the horror stories in our midst.
You can't design your way out of conflict, but the way we build neighborhoods can either help or hinder polarized communities, and maybe even prevent radicalization in the first place.
Experts see a growing desensitization to the homeless
After two summers in a row of disturbing group violence in cities like Chicago and Philadelphia, authorities look at the intersection of technology, poverty, and race