'The Space Between Us' Review: Love reaches from Earth to Mars and back again

The Mars adventure is charming, but not much more.

Move to these 10 affordable U.S. cities if you hate having roommates

These cities all have an average rent less than $850 a month for a one-bedroom.

How many police shootings happened in 2016? Here are the alarming statistics.

Police across the U.S. have killed hundreds of individuals this year.

Terence Crutcher shooting shows the risks in letting problematic officers go back on duty

Betty Shelby and other police officers who have killed black citizens often have questionable performance records.

Study: More restrictive "use of force" policies could curb the epidemic of police violence

Police departments that try to avoid using deadly force usually do.

Woodward Wildfires 2015: Latest Updates and Images From Wildfires in Oklahoma

The fire has spread through multiple counties.


7 Ways White People Can Combat Their Privilege

A beginner's guide to overcoming prejudice in America.

You Won’t Believe Which American City is Fighting For the 2024 Olympics

Tulsa, Oklahoma is making a bid for the 2024 games. But can they convince the world that they're the next big thing?

11 Random and Wacky Photos From the Oklahoma Tornado Aftermath

While covering the tornado aftermath in Moore, Oklahoma, I took quite a few photos. Here are the most outlandish and entertaining ones.


What It Was Like In Oklahoma When An F5 Tornado Devastated the Town Of Moore

Oklahoma is currently in the midst of the worst Tornado outbreak in a decade. Much of the state is a disaster area and the rest is currently fighting the remnants of the super cell systems.

Scott Harrington: Tulsa Dentist Might Have Exposed 7,000+ Patients to HIV, Hepatitis

Tulsa authorities announced that Dr. Scott W. Harrington, a Tulsa dentist, might have exposed scores of patients to deadly diseases through unsafe practices.

Winter Storm Q 2013: Storm Predictions For Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Missouri

Winter Storm Q will hit Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Missouri beginning Wednesday, but don't expect anything too crazy.

George Zimmerman and Tulsa Shooters Show We're Not in a Post-Racial America

The recent slate of shootings in Tulsa has sparked discussion on racially motivated crimes in America, but what does the reaction elicited by these two events tell us about race and America?

Tulsa Shooting Hate Crime: The Impact Of Lax Gun Control

The killing of five African Americans in Tulsa should prompt a conversation on lax U.S. gun regulation alongside the one on racism.

Tulsa Shooting Shows Hate Crimes Against African Americans on the Rise

According to hate crime statistics published by the FBI, crimes based on an anti-black racial bias have increased as a proportion to the number of racial hate crimes committed.