Americans Are Distinguishing Between Muslims and Terrorists
New research finds overall feelings toward the religious minority did not dampen in the aftermath of two major terrorist attacks.
Counting Mass Shootings Is a Bad Way to Understand Gun Violence in America
It glosses over the broader reality of who is most at risk of being murdered with guns.
The One Law That Could Help Bring About an End to America's Gun Crisis
The right move isn't to legislate; it's to repeal.
Should People on the Terrorist Watch List Face Closer Scrutiny Before Buying a Gun?
Pacific Standard's primer on the "terrorist gap."