Despite their military trappings and propaganda, they’re seldom heroes.
A massive investigation into the Capitol riot looks at what came before, during, and after.
Decades of reform efforts have failed. Is it time for a radical solution?
An incident this week in Arkansas is just the latest example of a depressing and dangerous trend.
Scot Peterson, the school resource officer who hid from fire during last year’s school shooting in Florida has been charged criminally. The legal basis for those charges seems flimsy.
A dozen people died late yesterday in a workplace shooting at the Virginia Beach Municipal Center.
Gun laws requiring guns to be taken away from convicted felons are either being ignored or have too many loopholes. We need to fix that.
At least eight people are dead in a mass shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue.
Another school shooting, this time in Texas.
Personal attacks on teenagers whose friends were murdered is a strategy sure to backfire.
An emergency room physician explains why “assault rifle” wounds are much harder to treat than shots from a pistol.
Another school shooting, this time in Florida.
A gunman opened fire on a crowd of over 20,000 people in Las Vegas, and the results have been predictably horrific.
An overnight shooting at a nightclub in Orlando, Florida has left 20 people dead and at least 42 injured.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign and its supporters seem to be getting frustrated by the fact that younger women are seemingly more interested in her opponent than in her.
A gunman is holed up in a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs after shooting multiple people, but it’s unclear what if any motive may be involved in the shooting.
Marco Rubio’s performance in this week’s debate is once again leading to speculation about whether is about to have a breakout moment.
President Obama is taking steps to reduce police militarization, but there’s much more that needs to be done.
Some people in the media can’t seem to get it through their heads that speech they consider hateful is entitled to as much protection as speech that they support.
Two men were killed last night before they could carry out what appears to be a planned attack on an anti-Islam event in Texas.
The situation in Ferguson, Missouri isn’t calming down.
President Obama’s new rules for killing Americans with drones are proving inconvenient.
The paramilitarization of American law enforcement has had deadly consequences.
Apparent tragedy at a Connecticut Elementary School.
Security at the Republican Convention in Tampa looks more like a war zone than a political convention in a democratic republic.
David Rittgers, a legal policy analyst at the Cato Institute who served three tours in Afghanistan as a special forces officer, laments the militarization of police in America.
Yes, please secure your home networks. But also: perhaps the police need to reevaluate their tactics.
Discovery channel gunman James Lee was shot at 4:48 p.m., because even the SWAT team doesn’t want to fight rush hour traffic
The task of getting aid to the 20 million victims of Pakistan’s floods may have just gotten a lot more difficult