Santa Fe and Parkland Are United in Tragedy and Divided by Guns

Santa Fe and Parkland Are United in Tragedy and Divided by Guns

SANTA FE, Texas—With few exceptions, residents of the town where ten people were murdered in high school on Friday have so far shown little interest in going public with their grief.

Nazis Want Back Into Charlottesville. Who Will Stop Them?

Nazis Want Back Into Charlottesville. Who Will Stop Them?

Months before the Nazis came to their city, Lisa Woolfork and other locals in Charlottesville, Virginia, were warning officials of the impending Unite the Right rally. Now, a year after the deadly march, its organizer is planning a disjointed anniversary event—but Charlottesville activists say they won’t let it happen again.

Charges Dropped in First Case Against ‘Black Identity Extremist'

Charges Dropped in First Case Against ‘Black Identity Extremist'

A Texas judge has dismissed the indictment against a black community activist and released him from pre-trial detention—almost six months after the FBI placed him in federal custody.