While it is too late for the 58 murder victims in Las Vegas, looking at a country where mass shootings were ended over 20 years ago is instructive.
The “lone wolf" (read: "white") designation that many are applying to the mass killer conveniently avoids the more racially charged term.
The only way to make progress on gun control in the United States is to get a different Congress and a different president.
Islamic State claims responsibility for the attack by suspected shooter Stephen Paddock, a 64-year-old white man, but U.S. officials see no connection.
The defensive end describes a recent interaction with Las Vegas police officers that he says violated his constitutional rights.
DOJ plans to withhold federal funding from jurisdictions where law enforcement personnel do not cooperate with immigration authorities.
Professor Natasha Dow Schüll and Chris Hedges discuss how "casino capitalism" is designed to keep people away from "a position where they [can] act as decision-making subjects."
While mainstream media focused its cameras on the debate stage in Las Vegas on Wednesday, Truthdig columnist Sonali Kolhatkar reported on stories that might otherwise be overlooked in the hype surrounding Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump took the stage in Las Vegas for their last showdown before Nov. 8. The overall performance will not be remembered as a shining moment in American history.