Missing master keys. Faulty latches. Entryways propped open. An unmitigated security disaster that left a classroom vulnerable.
"Instead, Uvalde will mean something else to you. It won’t feel like a creek-polished stone when you say it."
Hundreds of anti-gun violence protestors took over Discovery Green Park in Houston yesterday.
The body count linked to Texas’ lax gun laws continues to mount—this time in an elementary school.
The public discourse on firearms is so warped, even liberals fear stating the obvious: We need to ban them.
Texas Is Considering a Violence Prevention Effort Outside of Law Enforcement—Without Challenging Gun Rights Head On
A new bill would establish a statewide office that would be the first of its kind in the South, and among the first in the country.
After the second Texas mass shooting in a month, Democrats call for action while Republicans promise to protect the “God given rights” of gun ownership.
The year in political cartoons from the strangest state in the union.
The outrageous shooting of a man in his own apartment has triggered calls to reform Dallas’ toothless, decades-old system of police oversight.
When hatred collides with Texas’ Stand Your Ground law, the result is fatal.