Why We Can't Judge Generation Z by the Standards of Previous Generations
I used to worry about this allegedly cosseted generation. Then came the shootings in Parkland, and I began to see another side of these young people that humbles me.
Can Congress Pass a Law Disarming People in Crisis?
The Republican-controlled Senate on Tuesday held a hearing about extreme risk protection orders, which are supposed to prevent pre-planned mass violence and firearm suicides.
Viewfinder: D.C. Area High School Students Protest Gun Violence
Students gather at a gun control rally at the West Front of the U.S. Capitol on March 14th, 2019, on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.
Viewfinder: Marjory Stoneman Douglas Students Remember Lost Lives
Students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School spend time together at a memorial set up outside the school on February 14th, 2019, in Parkland, Florida.
Ten South Florida Cities Are Suing the State to Regain Control of Their Gun Laws
Mayors across the state are subject to a state law that threatens harsh penalties for municipalities that attempt to pass any of their own restrictions on firearms.
Why Won't the Government Let Me Study Gun Violence?
In the two decades since the Dickey Amendment, national data collection on gun-related injuries and deaths has been underfunded at best and systematically undermined at worst.
Workplace Shootings Like Today's at YouTube Are Becoming More Common
At least four people are injured and one is dead after today's shooting, and government statistics show that workplace shootings are on the rise.
Lawmakers Keep Making Schools More Dangerous for Vulnerable Children
Instead of decriminalizing our schools, too many teachers and school police continue to escalate.