New film on 1966 tragedy at University of Texas at Austin uses interviews, rotoscoping to give the victims a voice
Beyond the Second Amendment, Trump shows outright disdain for the nation's fundamental organizing document
Bundy brothers and other defendants go to trial next week, but the madness has raging for months
Republican nominee engaged in so-called stochastic terrorism with his remarks about "Second Amendment people" and Clinton
Groups co-hosted the 'Stars and Stripes Shoot-Out' near Cleveland Tuesday
Trump supporters, guns and tense cops could create a perfect storm for protesters at this week's convention
"I immediately feared for my life," says Mark Hughes, the man misidentified as a Dallas shooting suspect last week
Dallas shooting was a powerful rebuke to the strange logic governing guns in the state
Geoffrey Stone discusses Dallas' implications for Americans' First and Second Amendment rights
Will the Dallas shooting be used as "evidence" that black liberation is too difficult to become a reality?
We already know whose lives matter in America
"Let's be clear: There is no possible justification for these kinds of attacks," the president said
Hundreds of thousands of dollars have gone toward an effort to unseat Kelly Ayotte
Though they support highly popular aims, the groups still lack the cultural influence of the NRA
Shop owners "wanted to do something for the loss of lives"