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In cities across the Midwest, some asylum seekers are placed in neighborhoods where housing costs are low and crime rates are high.
In a city with a homicide rate higher than Chicago’s, residents say they feel left behind. “We have lost just about everything,” says one.
Gun violence again marred the annual pre-dawn Brooklyn street party, despite aggressive security measures implemented following the murder of a governor's aide last year.
Four years ago, Dexter Mercurius moved his family to Brooklyn from Guyana for a better life. Now he’s burying his oldest child.
Striking images show how gun culture is celebrated, and mourned.
"So you think we’re doomed?” asks one mother living in a city where more than 100 people have been shot already this year.
In West Philadelphia, a teacher willing to broach a heavy subject is helping his students make sense of the shootings that shape their world.