'Sons of Anarchy's sixth season kicks off with violence that's shocking even by the standards the show has set for itself. But showrunner Kurt Sutter laid out a clear moral worldview for the series' endgame that's in striking contrast to other anti-hero shows: actions always have consequences.
Prestige television is chock-a-block with serial killers racing to outdo each other in grotesquerie. But two new Fox shows, sitcom 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' and speculative fiction drama 'Almost Human' are aiming to tell new kinds of crime stories.
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Bishop E.W. Jackson Jr., the Republican nominee for Virginia Lt. Governor, suggested in a radio interview Tuesday that African Americans’ sexuality is to blame for urban violence. Asked about President Obama’s remarks on the nation’s divisions in light of the George Zimmerman verdict, Jackson blasted Obama for “racializing” the real problem.