Both property crime and violent crime decreased overall in the U.S. during the first six months of 2020 when compared to 2019, according to the FBI.
John R. Lott, Jr. of Crime Prevention Research Center debates John E. Rosenthal of Stop Handgun Violence.
It is not an exaggeration to say that the Second Amendment has never been under greater assault, and never facing greater risk, than it is right now.
Media bias has arguably never been as pronounced as it has been this summer.
A Black Democratic state rep in Tennessee said he's "appalled" by comparisons between today's racial unrest and Martin Luther King Jr.'s era of the Civil Rights movement.
"What transpired yesterday does not bring us closer to safety," Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey said. "It does not bring us closer to advancing racial justice in the way we all want."
Several key words like "mail-in voting, climate change, social justice and health care" were mentioned again, but increasing crime in major cities remains an untouched topic by the DNC.
Now, more than ever, we must support the brave men and women of law enforcement.
Police Officer Joseph Mensah, responsible for three deadly shootings in the line of duty, was targeted by a crowd who allegedly punched him and fired a shotgun at his house.
Marc Levin of Texas Public Policy Foundation's Right on Crime initiative debates Rafael A. Mangual of Manhattan Institute and City Journal.
"In Portland, they've done a fantastic job," President Donald Trump said of federal law enforcement officers.
Republicans must embrace law and order and paint a stark contrast with the Democrats.
Despite a planned comeback, there are clear moments from the original series that shows Beavis and Butthead probably won't fare well in the current climate.
Conspiracy theorists have claimed without evidence that electromagnetic waves transmitted by 5G technology are responsible for the novel coronavirus, which causes the disease COVID-19.
"The North Face is halting all activity and U.S. paid advertising with Facebook until stricter policies are put in place to stop racist, violent or hateful content and misinformation from circulating on the platform," read a Friday statement from The North Face.
"Our legislators abandoned us," New York Police Benevolent Fund President Mike O'Meara said Tuesday. "The press is vilifying us."
In 2015, 985,300 United States residents experienced a non-lethal use of force by police or a threatened use of force.
A Seattle-based radio host and pundit discusses the selective outrage he has seen from white progressives.
Former President Jimmy Carter said it was time for people to "stand up and say 'no more' to a racially discriminatory police and justice system" in a Wednesday statement.
A veteran observer of the 1960s riots opines on the current situation.
"We will not support a platform that incites violence, racism, and lies," tweeted Talkspace CEO Oren Frank on Monday.
Two police officers were reportedly struck by a vehicle during a George Floyd protest in Buffalo, New York on Monday night.
A polling place in Missouri had to be moved after a man drove his car into the building and "went on a rampage" for unknown reasons Tuesday.