The 506 homicides that occurred in Chicago in 2012 might be considered a local problem, but it is a global business. One of its key players: the German arms manufacturer Heckler & Koch.
Retaliation, revenge, respect: In Chicago there are many reasons to pull the trigger.
A month of milestones, victories, and violence in the global struggle for gay rights.
Most Americans are unaware of Haiti's story, which began with a slave revolt and has included up-and-down relations with its giant neighbor, the United States.
Two States, Three Countries, Four Opponents of Fracking.
Photographer Carlos Javier Ortiz grew up in Chicago and was so affected by the young people dying around him, he decided to document the death toll.
For the last six years, Carlos Ortiz has photographed Chicago's carnage, bringing the city's murderous gang violence into sharp focus.
As the cost of maintaining churches escalates, “people must make adjustments in their thinking,” says a Vatican archbishop. But a nun serving as a waitress?
Wisconsin's paper industry has a long and rich history. But with continued digital growth and the rise of China as a paper power, can the state's remaining mills survive?
Newly released documents in a Rhode Island lawsuit show that the scandal-tarred Legion of Christ shielded information on their founder's sex life from a wealthy widow who donated $30 million.
ABC News' Sheila Marikar interviews Pulitzer Center grantees Habiba Nosheen and Hilke Schellmann about their documentary "Outlawed in Pakistan."
A 55-ft. deep drug smuggling tunnel runs almost 240 yards under the U.S.-Mexico border. It is part of life along the border, as documented by photojournalist Louie Palu.