After Michigan Shooting, Democrats Weigh Competing Approaches to School Safety
Parents of school shooting victims and civil rights groups disagree over threat assessment, a controversial model designed by the Secret Service.
The Future of Abortion Rights Is the Future of Other Fundamental Rights
The Supreme Court appears poised to overturn a half-century of reproductive rights in a decision that could put other legal protections in jeopardy.
Eligible for Release in 2016, Mutulu Shakur Remains Behind Bars With Worsening Cancer
Judicial discretion and an antiquated parole system are turning the Black liberation leader’s illness into a death sentence.
Investigators Debunk Far-Right Claim That Dayton Mass Shooting Was Linked to Antifa
The FBI refuted a right-wing claim that the 2019 mass shooting in Dayton was left-wing political violence; now the same people are making that claim about the Waukesha parade massacre.
Texas Troopers Opened Fire From a Helicopter in 2012. Families Are Still Fighting to Hold Them Accountable.
A state police marksman unloaded 19 bullets into a speeding pickup, killing two men. Now depositions unearth startling new details about what happened.