During Ramadan, Zubair attempts to connect with his culture through food content on social media ... he ultimately ends up getting schooled by his grandmother on how to prepare a traditional dish.
On this week’s episode, Khan and Butt share the show’s first interview with Matt and Tawni Browning, who spent many years undercover infiltrating white supremacist organizations.
On this week’s episode, Khan and Butt examine the case of Timothy Coggins, a Black man from Griffin, Georgia, who was found murdered in 1983 under a giant oak tree locally known as the hanging tree.
The stark contrast to Wahlberg’s public image raises questions about the consequences of his troubled past.
Each week, the two hosts share the details of a crime committed in North America along with a debate about how to classify it.