The CNN-hosted event highlighted the voices of student activists, and showed why the gun debate might actually be different this time around.
“U.S. history is not about the nation of immigrants.”
The story of Benjamine Spencer shows a legal system that prefers naming someone guilty over figuring out who really is.
David Frum questions the “self-indulgent permissiveness” of Republican gun law.
Sixty years ago, the late evangelist went to Scotland, preached the gospel, and cost the magazine subscribers.
Baseball’s labor rules are at odds with the larger, evolving understanding of the worth of aging superstars.
“There are some who believe being relevant means throwing a hand grenade in the middle of the conference.”
They weren’t the first victims of a mass shooting the Florida radiologist had seen—but their wounds were radically different.
When seven of my classmates were killed, the government acted swiftly and decisively to prevent a recurrence. That’s because of one crucial difference.
Fifty years ago, panicked parents helped spread sex-ed programs to schools across the country, even as panicked critics mobilized to stop them.
The justice’s consistent pro-gun arguments fail to reconcile rights with their lived consequences.
Experts and advocates on both sides of the gun debate say the president’s proposal to ban bump stocks is more performative than meaningful.
There’s a clear path to rebuilding a House majority that supports restrictive measures. It runs through America’s suburbs.
A week after 17 people were murdered in a mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, teenagers across South Florida, in areas near Washington, D.C., and in other parts of the United States walked out of their classrooms to stage protests against the horror of school shootings and to advocate for gun law reforms.
A retired highway maintenance worker has been interviewed by American media outlets over a thousand times.
Five decades after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., equality, for many, remains a distant dream.
The sociologist Gabriel Rossman offered valuable advice to UCLA students on the responsibilities that accompany free speech—and modeled the importance of having conservative faculty on campus.
The second of three parts in our story about Benjamine Spencer, who’s spent most of his life in prison for a murder in Dallas
At the height of the Black Power movement, the Bureau focused on the unlikeliest of public enemies: black independent booksellers.
The path to its revival lies in self-sacrifice, and in placing collective interests ahead of the narrowly personal.
Trump’s gravest responsibility is to defend the United States from foreign attack—and he’s done nothing to fulfill it.