In contrast, police killed nearly 1,000 people last year.
Colorado's New 'Red Flag' Law Illustrates the Pitfalls of Disarming People Based on Their Future Behavior
The process for obtaining "extreme risk protection orders" that take away people's Second Amendment rights is rigged against gun owners from the outset.
With big tech helping government officials to control the sharing of information, we need to support alternatives to undermine their censorious efforts.
New study trashes crappy consensus correlating gaming violence and aggression in real life
Justice Sonia Sotomayor has some concerns.
The link that Alex Berenson perceives between cannabis and violence is not apparent in careful research on the issue.
Plus: Obamacare unconstitutional?
A Tucson Weekly investigation finds that federal funds to "fight sex trafficking" are actually perpetuating it.
Jessica Ortega repeatedly told deputies that her boyfriend threatened to kill her. She died following their negligence.
Convicted of Brutally Beating His Wife, This Judge Was Given a Second Chance in City Government. Now He's Been Arrested for Her Murder: Reason Roundup
Plus: lawmakers move to allow headscarves on the Hill and private landlords protect from lead better than city Health Department.
Even when Americans don't love their political allies, they hate their opponents.
Are we all just living through Elon Musk's dystopian simulation?
Gab Dumped by Tech Companies Over Synagogue Shooter Posts but Twitter, Facebook, and Other Social-Media Giants Get a Pass: Reason Roundup
Plus: Brazil's worrisome new president, the long-tail of the housing crisis, and Brett Kavanaugh's replacement
A sports-averse quasi-pacifist finds his happy place: an esports sensation dedicated to simulating shooting people in the face.
The city is looking less like Portlandia and more like Little Beirut.
The debate about a 1985 kerfuffle involving Brett Kavanaugh reveals a split in perceptions of how men should be expected to behave when they drink.
"My only sin is the extrajudicial killings."
Criminologist Gary Kleck debated Paul Helmke, the former president and CEO of the Brady Center, at the Soho Forum.
This Liberal Carried an American Flag to Protest Fascism in Portland. Antifa Cracked His Head Open With a Bat.
Masked Antifa agitators told Welch, a Hillary voter, to hand over the flag. He resisted. They attacked.
Gaps in Connecticut's self-defense law lead to 18-month sentence.
Probably nothing. Which doesn't mean libertarians shouldn't be having a serious conversation after Santa Fe, Parkland, and other tragedies.
Restricting guns-or vans, knives, or planes-won't make the world safer. The Toronto van attack reminds us peril lies in people with bad intent, not with how they get it done.
Disney allegedly lobbied against the bill behind the scenes.
Trump Wants to Meet with Video Game Industry Leaders to Complain About Gun Violence That's Not Their Fault
No, Call of Duty is not making kids shoot up schools.
The bill makes "promoting prostitution" a federal crime, holds websites legally liable for user-posted content, and lets states retroactively prosecute offenders.
Attacking violent video games is useless political theater.
Are "gun violence restraining orders" the answer?
A year after fiery political protests erupted on campus, we visited to find out when students think it's OK to respond to words with violence.
Porter's record of domestic abuse elicited scant notice or concern from his superiors.
Celebrities and sitting legislators prefer physical violence to fiscal restraint.
He was one of the world's greatest theorists of nonviolent revolution. But don't call him a pacifist.
His conviction for domestic violence legally disqualified him from buying guns.
We all knew the 'punch Nazis' thing would inevitably end up here.
Preliminary estimates for 2017 show small drops in violence and murder.
The possibility of violent reactions should not be used to call for censorship.