Why are so many Black men shot to death in certain American neighborhoods?
How this year’s Supreme Court ruling on Second Amendment rights is changing everything
Our mass-shooting guidance may be woefully out of date.
It’s looking to the successful anti-smoking campaigns of the aughts to wage a new fight.
The mundanity and insanity of gun death in America
Why are sacramental beads suddenly showing up next to AR-15s online?
A Florida jury will have to render a judgment only heaven can make.
Good marketing is supposed to generate demand. Bad firearms marketing has given us a national nightmare.
Summer in Texas is a tense, precarious time, and it always seems to build inevitably toward a catharsis that doesn’t arrive.
Almost 50 days later, attention is moving on, but officials still haven’t explained how police failed so badly.
Making such statutes less porous requires approaches that are either extremely confusing or constitutionally problematic.
Living like this is unbearable.
Yet another mass shooting in yet another American town.
Mark Kelly made his name advocating for new gun laws after his wife was shot, but he didn’t play a central role in the big Senate compromise that passed last night.
A win in the Supreme Court for the American right to threaten one another in public
How the Supreme Court made cities less safe
With Thursday’s Supreme Court decision, the only real remaining question is not whether Americans can carry firearms, but where.
It’s not legislation.
Even skeptics were surprised by the scope of the compromise.
The polarization of policing has made it politically difficult for firearm restrictions to pass.