One suspect was killed and another is in custody after an early-morning shooting at a 24-hour art festival in Trenton, NJ that injured 20 people, including a 13-year-old boy who is in extremely critical condition.
American voters think the economy is booming because, by our most accepted metric, it is! Still, voters may be starting to realize that record-breaking stock market numbers don’t necessarily translate to a happy citizenry, or a more just society.
As if growing up in Boston weren’t a horrific enough experience for this generation of young minds, on Thursday the Boston Globe metro desk published a short missive from a parent, Gregory Cohen, whose five-year-old daughter attends a Somerville school.
On Tuesday, Education Secretary Betsy Devos admitted during a Senate subcommittee hearing that actually, the newly formed school safety commission won’t look into the role of guns. DeVos has helmed the commission since 17 people were shot dead at Stoneman Douglas High School in February. Proving her fitness for this…
An off-duty FBI agent was dancing up a storm at a Denver bar on Saturday night when he did a backflip, and his gun fell out. When he went to pick it up, he accidentally shot one of the other patrons, according to Denver’s 9 News. Before you judge, ask yourself: who among us has not been in this exact same situation…
During Wednesday’s White House press briefing, Sarah Huckabee Sanders chose to give a hollow, useless answer to a boy worried about school violence—right to his adorable face. She even got a little weepy.
During a meeting last week with local pastors, Representative Diane Black, a Republican from Tennessee who’s running for governor, found an innovative new scapegoat for the United States’ gun violence epidemic: pornography.
On Friday morning, a student at an Indiana middle school opened fire inside a classroom, sending two people—one teenager and one adult—to a local hospital with gunshot wounds. According to local police, the shooter is in custody.
In the latest installment of Conservatives Propose Solutions That Would Do Absolute Jack Shit to Stop School Shootings, Washington Post and MSNBC contributor and radio host Hugh Hewitt said on Monday that schools should ban kids from wearing trench coats in order to stop school shootings.
Drugs. Music. Doors. Abortion. Divorces. Video games.
Days after the mass shooting at Santa Fe High School, Texas Governor Greg Abbott has come to the conclusion that now might not be the right time for his campaign to be giving out a free shotgun to his supporters.
On Friday afternoon, 17-year-old Dimitrios Pagourtzis was arrested and charged with capital murder in connection with the mass shooting at Santa Fe High School near Houston, TX.
As more terrible details emerge from the mass shooting at Santa Fe High School near Houston on Friday, America is once again faced with the inescapable fact that school shootings are just part of the landscape.
President Donald Trump offered a series of lackluster and bizarre statements in in response to the mass shooting at Santa Fe High School in Texas on Friday.
A white conservative student activist who posted pictures of herself posing with a massive assault rifle on her college campus went on Fox News on Thursday to claim that—you guessed it!—she’s a victim of racism.
Seven people were found dead on a rural property in Western Australia on Friday, including a mother and her four children.
When these Dallas students first heard that the NRA was coming to town, they were pissed. But then they saw an opportunity.
The National Rifle Association named Oliver North—the Reaganite ghoul who was indicted in 1988 for his involvement in the Iran-Contra affair—its new president this week. In an interview with the conservative Washington Times, published on Wednesday, North said his organization has been the victim of “civil terrorism”…