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2016 Orlando Nightclub Shooting
2016 Orlando Nightclub Shooting news and analysis from The Nation
June 11, 2022
A Pulse Memorial Museum and Profiteering From Pain
Six years after the massacre in Orlando, survivors are still grieving, and there’s still more money to be made off of their suffering.
April 4, 2018
Why the Acquittal of Noor Salman May Be a Turning Point in the ‘War on Terror’
Finally, acquittal in a terrorism case is not considered a failure of the criminal-justice system.
Karen J. Greenberg
April 13, 2017
How Students Made an Off-Campus Protest a Movement
The Tampa LGBTQ Community’s Wall of Love went from a small group of protesters to a flood of hundreds drowning out hate—thanks in large part to students.
October 31, 2016
Donald Trump and the Alt-Right Threaten the Values I Fought for in the Navy
As a Muslim-American veteran, I’ve seen the fight against hatred move closer to home.
August 1, 2016
Why Toy Guns Matter
The NRA wants to start kids young, but parents can resist gun culture.
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July 26, 2016
Gun Control Is Having a Moment in Philadelphia
“Gun control” was a dirty word at the DNC just four years ago.
July 21, 2016
What Happens When Violence Is an Everyday Occurrence
Recent horrific incidents are a consequence of the weakening of social inhibition against the use of violence.
July 13, 2016
Congress Is Done Talking About Gun Control and Is Ready for Vacation
An activist push for an assault-weapons ban fell on deaf ears in Congress on Tuesday.
June 29, 2016
Gun Control for Dummies, and Democrats
Why base gun-control legislation on the wildly dysfunctional terrorism watch list?
June 28, 2016
12 Months of Trump
Up next: more totally normal behavior