A white journalist describes his connection to a black murder victim who “probably never had a chance."
Fox warns against a trend that doesn't exist.
New numbers show that murder rates are rising sharply across the U.S. — but no one can seem to explain why.
One would think that with the dramatic drop in crime, America's communities would be reveling in the streets as though it were Mardi Gras, or at least talking about how much safer they feel walking around their neighborhoods as adults than they felt walking the streets as teenagers. But decades of Gallup polls indicate otherwise.
Sadly, the concentration of deadly violence in specific parts of the globe is nothing new. Murder rates in the Americas have
"It actually turns out to be not that hard to fix this stuff." Kennedy says his strategies have lead to a 35 percent reduction
The United States cannot afford to take any risks. President Obama, and his family, must live in a bubble all their days in office. Handshaking, baby-kissing and plunging into crowds must be forbidden.