"I didn't predict how fast the situation would escalate."
My Job Is to Tell the Public When People Are Shot in Baltimore. This Time, It Was My Little Brother.
Stricken by grief by the July slaying, T.J. Smith, the chief spokesman for the Baltimore Police Department, now feels overwhelmed by the support that has poured in from around the country.
Mining the experiences of other states for an educated guess at what may lie ahead.
The future of gun violence prevention depends on decoding how tweeted taunts send bullets flying.
In the 10 years since the massacre, I’ve made it my mission to help law enforcement cope with the trauma of repeated exposure to brutal killings.
My Son Was Murdered in the Line of Duty by Right-Wing Extremists. Trump Should Focus on the Threat Posed by ‘Sovereign Citizens.’
Last week, President Donald Trump called on the Department of Justice to devote…
The greatest threat women face is from men they know. The criminal justice system doesn't always recognize that fact.
We can’t understand gun violence without the full picture.
A Smaller ‘Private Sale’ Loophole Suggests We’re Closer to Universal Background Checks Than We Thought
The old 40 percent estimate came from a research paper I co-authored. Here’s why I think the new number is good news for reform advocates.
In 1992, the fatal shooting of a 7-year-old boy galvanized the city. Today’s violence is a reminder that underlying problems remain unsolved.
"Some couples fight and push or hit each other, but we need to differentiate between those situations and chronic, controlling violence."