Eight years ago, on the eve of Obama's election, we asked five of our American counter-cultural heroes to tell us their hopes and fears for the future if the U.S. was really to elect its first black President. America delivered, but did Barack?
In 2011, photographer Joakim Eskildsen set out to capture Americans living below the poverty line. His images reveal the harsh and shocking reality of poverty in the United States. So, what happened to the American dream?
On one fateful night in May 1989, a young man was murdered on the streets of Philadelphia. Five young Puerto Ricans were sentenced to life. It's a case that goes to the heart of the United States' youth incarceration crisis. This is their story.
When photographer Mike Belleme set out to capture a portrait of America in 2016, he found a nation teetering on a precipice of change and riddled with insecurity. But unlike the hard lines of black-and-white campaigns, fear in the heart is a nuanced spectrum.
The shooting of Philando Castille in Minnesota and Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge - black men killed at the hands of US police - are the latest chapter in a story of state violence that stretches back to the invention of 'race'. Now, after five police officers were shot and killed during a protest in Dallas, it's time to face a difficult home truth: America is at war.
With violence erupting at Trump rallies across the United States, we look at what's at the root of people's hatred, the fears that Donald Trump is tapping into to create tension, disunity and malcontent.