President Trump's promise to make schools safer after the Parkland shooting rings hollow against the cuts to such efforts in his 2019 budget.
The current debate about protecting America's borders ignores the U.S. role as a major supplier of crime guns around the world.
Michele and Igor talk with Sarah Clements about her experience of the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School five years later.
This week, Michele and Igor speak with Maria Hinojosa and Julio Ricardo Varela of the Futuro Media Group and discuss the progressive movement and gun violence.
In this bonus episode, Michele and Igor sit down with social justice advocates Brittany Packnett and Rashad Robinson to address topics pertaining to race and privilege.
This week, Michele and Igor sit down with former Attorney General Eric Holder to discuss Jeff Sessions' tenure at the helm of the Justice Department.
This week, Michele and Igor are joined by Hollywood producer Scott Budnick and Sen. Chris Murphy.
This fact sheet explores some of the top myths promulgated by the NRA and exposes them as false.
This week, Michele and Igor speak with former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton following the release of her new book.
The number of firearms being stolen in the United States is staggering—and while policymakers must take steps to mitigate this concern, gun dealers and private gun owners have a responsibility to ensure that guns are not vulnerable to theft.
The Trump administration must help states take advantage of the federal government’s limited, unique resources to emphasize crime prevention, instead of just promoting and enabling the ramp-up of arrests and incarcerations.
Following the shooting at baseball practice for the annual congressional baseball game, Michele and Igor talk to Chelsea Parsons, vice president of guns and crime policy at CAP, about what we do with so many guns in America.
One year after the Pulse nightclub shootings, survivors, activists, and advocates reflect on how they turned tragedy into action following the shooting, and how to protect all Americans from gun violence and discrimination.
The United States can help strengthen Mexico’s rule of law and reduce gun trafficking across its southern border; doing so would increase Mexico’s economic competitiveness and benefit U.S. interests.
Efforts to weaken the federal Gun-Free School Zones Act put students, faculty, and other staff at risk.