In America’s unsettled and angry winter of 2016, people traveled to Standing Rock to protest the Dakota Access Pipeline. The Washington Post documented the personal experiences of six people to explain the contentious issue that divided America’s heartland. http://wapo.st/standingrock
After the largest mass shooting in U.S. history, mourners in Orlando tell leaders and lawmakers in the nation’s capital what the country needs to stop the next tragic event.
An Iraq-war veteran takes us through his near-death experience on Highway 52 after he went to the VA hospital seeking help and was asked to come back five days later. He never made it.
A Baltimore poet reads an original poem for The Washington Post, looking back on the city’s protests after the death of Freddie Gray.
Burt Ewing Jr. lives in a delusional world where his mother is the anti-christ and he must kill her to make the world a better place.