But a leading expert on the politics of guns still sees constraints to the group’s most radical policy goals.
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“These tools are not replacing people,” says Deputy Chief Jonathan Lewin, “but they improve our capacity to do our job."
I Helped Tell 100 Stories About Gun Violence in Milwaukee. It Felt Like Witnessing a Mass Shooting in Slow Motion.
Precious Lives Senior Producer Emily Forman shares her experience covering the daily drumbeat of shootings in Wisconsin’s largest city.
"Some couples fight and push or hit each other, but we need to differentiate between those situations and chronic, controlling violence."
Scott Meltzer says the group tells members they are 'crusaders’ fighting a corrupt elite class to make America great again.
Justin Duckett opens up about “the most barbaric” form of emergency medicine.
Leading criminologist David Weisburd says researchers found strong evidence that some policing strategies can lower crime.
Some of Trump’s ‘Second Amendment People’ Already Believe They Have the Right to Fight Government Tyranny with Guns
Duke constitutional law professor Darrell Miller explains "insurrectionist theory."
A "Becoming a Man" counselor on how he helps kids persevere in a city where shootings are everyday occurrences.
Embedding with the Newark Police Department for a new "Frontline" documentary, Jelani Cobb met officers desperate to get guns off the street — and some who went too far.
A pair of sociologists explain how nurturing kids' passions — whether for anime, customizing cars, or raising pigeons — has the power to reduce illegal behaviors.
A Colorado district bought 10 military-style guns. They would be better off focusing on “environmental design,” John White says.