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The Department of Homeland Security warned that antisemitic and Islamaphobic hate crimes are likely to take place as Israel intensifies violence in Gaza.
A Texas judge ruled that Chapter 11 protections don’t apply for the conspiracy theorist over findings of “willful and malicious” conduct.
For the second time in as many months, the court overturned an injunction against the Biden administration’s ghost gun regulation from federal Judge Reed O’Connor.
A San Diego City Council member is betting that the answer is yes.
In the late 2000s and early 2010s, officials from the company pursued deals with video game companies to market their wares to “potential young shooters.”
“Ultimately, what they need to know is we’ve got their back.”
Experts say the fund is the first of its kind.
To sell guns, Samuel Colt created an iconic genre: the Western. But the story he sold concealed the fact that Indigenous Americans were the real sharpshooters.
The executive director of the Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association shared the group’s opposition during a public hearing on Tuesday.
The activist’s death inspired global support for the movement to prevent Cop City’s construction.
The emergency request puts another high-stakes gun case on the Supreme Court’s docket.
Mass shootings are everywhere — but it wasn’t always like this.
They appear to be the first parents in America to be charged in a mass shooting at a school.
Being a supportive, familiar face before a shooting happens is a key strategy of the South Florida gun violence prevention group.
The city abruptly ended a violence prevention program for young people living in public housing developments last month.