Ils vont rendre fou votre père, obligé.
The $5.5 million reparations package went out Monday to 57 people who endured electrical shocking, suffocation, and beatings as police attempted to get confessions from the 1970s to the 1990s.
On this week's show: Tracy tells the story of a bad flight, we ask people what's on their reparations tab, and we interview the author of Between The World and Me, Ta-Nehisi Coates.
What would you want reparations for?
If you're debating whether Britain should pay reparations to its former colonies, you probably want to be a bit more careful with the drinks menu.
The package also includes public recognition of torture committed under Police Commander Jon Burge for decades and counseling services for victims and their families.
"If you just took an honest look at the facts, it's very hard to feel good." The national correspondent for The Atlantic visited BuzzFeed to discuss his cover story, "The Case for Reparations."
More than 1,400 artworks suspected of being stolen by the Nazis were discovered in an apartment in Munich.