In an exclusive first look at his new book, journalist Joe Holley revisits the terrible morning when mayhem descended on a rural Texas church.
Greg Abbott and Dan Patrick were quick to find a self-serving narrative in the shooting at a church last week.
The lieutenant governor’s pledge to “take an arrow” from the NRA is a surprise, but the move is not as politically risky as it looks.
Of the four major mass shooting suspects in Texas in recent years, the only one it would impact is the man who wants to die as soon as possible.
What politicians like Matt Schaefer are really saying is that no number of victims is worth the discomfort of a fairly small number of gun owners.
During her set at the Chicago music festival, the pop-country star decried last weekend’s mass shootings.
What the rest of the country will see in the days to come is a city of resilience, compassion, and honesty.
At a jam-packed blood bank, El Pasoans said they were proud of their hometown and expressed dismay that an outsider could wreak such havoc on their city—one of the safest in the country.
One of the deadliest shootings in U.S. history took place on Saturday afternoon.
Brian Clyde, who was killed at the Earl Cabell Federal Building on Monday, swam in the dark waters of internet troll culture.
Sabika Sheikh, a Muslim exchange student from Pakistan with dreams of changing the world, struck up an unlikely friendship with an evangelical Christian girl. The two became inseparable—until the day a fellow student opened fire.
If activists want to make headway on reining in gun violence, they need to understand gun culture.
The 22nd school shooting of 2018 happened on Friday morning near Galveston.
But did the elected officials who spoke there realize that their arguments suggested at least one type of gun control?
The tragic mass shooting has left many feeling powerless. Here are a few ways to contribute.
Guest column: Let’s stop blaming mental illness for mass shootings.
Half a century after the 1966 UT tower massacre, mass shootings have only become more common.
Nine people were injured, and the gunman was killed.
On the heels of tragedy, community policing in Dallas remains as valuable as ever.
It’s possible, and necessary, to mourn for the victims of police brutality, the slain officers and address America's racism.
When the Dallas Police Department posted Mark Hughes's picture during the mass police shooting, they made him a target.
How would the French cartoonists have done if they’d been armed with rifles instead of pens?
Unfortunately, we couldn’t find any pumpkins; they would have shown vividly the violence these guns could do. But we didn’t let that slight disappointment stop us. At a remote rifle range, we blasted away. Or, to be precise, I blasted away, as my two friends, a law enforcement officer and
In a ninety-minute reign of terror, gunshots rang out that still echo in the history of Texas.