YouTube’s Parkland Conspiracy Crackdown Not Enough, Says Sandy Hook Parent
Activist Lenny Pozner is heartened by student gun control activism, but warns of familiar consequences.
Sandy Hook Families Are Still Fighting
As Americans turn on the NRA, a court is set to decide whether grieving families can sue the company that made the AR-15 used in the Newtown massacre.
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Cops Heard Adam Lanza Wanted to Kill at Sandy Hook Before Shooting, Docs Show
A trove of newly released files also suggests that the FBI and CIA may have interviewed Lanza years before the shooting.
How Conspiracy Theories Changed Our Way of Thinking
Tracking the history that led to the mass questioning of authority.
Megyn Kelly booted from Sandy Hook hosting gig over Alex Jones interview
Digging Deep Into the Only Conspiracy Alex Jones Doesn't Like
Deep in the heart of the internet exists a bat-shit theory that annoys the piss out of the Conspiracy King—that he is actually Bill Hicks.
A Quebec Mosque Shooting Truther Movement Has Already Started
A hoax-fighting dad of a Sandy Hook victim explains why false flag narratives take root, and how to fight back.
How the Sandy Hook Families Grieved for Their Children
The new film 'Newtown' documents how three families tried to make sense of unspeakable loss due to gun violence.
Are Lawsuits Against Gunmakers the Answer to America's Mass Shooting Epidemic?
Federal law is very protective of gun manufacturers, but a recent ruling in the lawsuit brought by Sandy Hook families offers some hope for people convinced too many scary guns is why mass shootings are a fact of life.
Why Wasn't Sandy Hook the Mass Shooting That Changed Everything?
For at least a few days after the tragedy that claimed over two-dozen lives in 2012, gun violence took center stage in America.
Why Focusing on Mass Shootings Won't End Gun Violence in America
We remain reluctant to address gun violence head-on, and often only seem to discuss it when the victims and shooters are both middle-class whites.
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Why Are So Many Mass Shootings Committed by Young White Men?
The tragic mass shooting at an historic black church in Charleston fits an all-too-familiar pattern in modern America where the predominant demographic is prone to violence.
Josiah M. Hesse