Young People from Utrecht Tell Us How They Experienced the Recent Shooting
It's still unclear what the gunman's motives were.
Inside the Uniquely American Horror Story of Summer Gun Violence in Chicago
"The one thing that I get really agitated about is how little things have changed in many of these neighborhoods."
BFI London Film Festival 2018
Filming 'Assassination Nation' Opened Hari Nef's Eyes
We spoke to the actress ahead of the release of the teen revenge movie.
What We Know About the 'Male Supremacist' Who Shot Up a Florida Yoga Studio
Two people were killed and several more injured by an army vet with a history of violence against women and online rage.
Gun Control Will Only Happen if Gun Families Make It Happen
"Gun owners have the same value system that all Americans do, which is that we want to keep our families safe."
Views My Own
You Can't Talk About Guns Without Talking About Race
As with most things in America, owning and using a gun for political purposes is perceived very differently if you're a person of color.
Views My Own
Do Media Companies Report Too Much on Mass Shooters?
Sound, iterative journalism can keep rumour-mongering at bay – unless it feeds a "contagion" effect of violence.
Family of Toronto Mass Shooting Suspect Says He Struggled with Psychosis
Faisal Hussain, 29, has been identified as the gunman behind Sunday’s attack.
Just How Many Guns Do Americans Actually Own?
Some fans say the number is as high as 600 million. Here's what the data really shows.
What It Feels Like to Decide to Shoot Someone and Actually Do It
"I expected them to be sociopaths, or terrible people, or rotten through and through. And they're not."
Three Gun Violence Scholars on What Is Missing From America’s Gun Control Debate
Academics of colour often find themselves on the sidelines when it comes to curbing America’s gun violence.
Joseph Richardson Jr.
For the Love of God, Don’t Meme Childish Gambino’s ‘This Is America’ Music Video
You're missing Donald Glover's whole point.