From protests to the coronavirus, it thinks it can protect you from anything.
Violent Crime in Baltimore Plunges After City Ditches Prosecution of Prostitution, Drug Possession, Other Minor Offenses
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Government responses to Capitol rioters must be research-based and not just emotional reactions.
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The Democratic nominee championed the law as a way to protect women. Instead, it hurt them.
The Portland Protest Shooter's Death Looks More and More Like Excessive Force—but Trump Keeps Bragging About It
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Failing a renewed national commitment to live and let live, we may be in for a long and bloody road.
He did not overpromise, and he had the good sense to stop talking about a country beset by violence when he ran for a second term.
The rhetoric may not be accurate, but it is definitely useful.
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The NYPD is still blaming jail releases, but the data simply doesn’t back that claim up.
"Rioting is a form of tyranny," Tucker Carlson said on his Fox News show. He's wrong.
When will Americans learn?
Lawmakers are peddling restrictions on self-defense and other rights to a frightened public.
Such inflammatory exaggeration seems designed to avoid a substantive discussion of the presidential candidate's gun control proposals.
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Most teens who are depressed or bullied will never respond with mass violence. You wouldn't know it from these threat assessment recommendations.
A comparison with other states finds "no statistically significant long-term effects" on violent or property crime rates.
The 2018 Uniform Crime Report contained bad news for pessimists but good news for everybody else.
The war on terror leaves more dead civilians in its wake.
But with one huge exception—a massive spike in reported sexual assaults—the 2018 survey found only statistically insignificant increases.
The Media Claimed Andy Ngo Was Complicit in a Far-Right Attack on Antifa. But the Video Doesn't Support That.
“There’s some merit in some of the criticisms of things that I’ve gotten wrong,” admits the former Quillette reporter.
It's necessary to confront the threat of white nationalism on the political right, but it must be done without handing new powers to law enforcement and government.
The nation's leading scholar of mass shootings explains how media coverage of horrific events such as El Paso and Dayton stoke unwarranted fear and anxiety.
Nine people were injured during the weekend's protests in Hong Kong, including one woman who might be permanently blind after a violent encounter with the police.
Democratic Socialists of America Voted To Establish an Anti-Fascist Working Group. It Was Controversial.
Some DSAers were worried about being associated with antifa, but the motion passed 521–493.
To Stop Mass Shooters, Trump Says, We Should Make Involuntary Psychiatric Treatment Easier. No, We Shouldn't.
Because psychiatrists are terrible at predicting violent behavior, the wider net would catch lots of harmless people.
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Companies should forced neither to help spread offensive speech nor to suppress it.
A new book probes the roots of humans' destructive impulses.