<i>A year after the bloodbath in Las Vegas, states in the U.S. made their weapons legislation both more strict and more flexible. The midterms will be decisive. </i>
Within 24 hours, the blood banks in Las Vegas had enough in stock to help the several hundred wounded. Later, doctors offered to help with scars for [Read more]
Case closed until the next massacre.
Sometimes, this is what happens with terrorism, mourning and tragedies: They bring out the worst in people.
The world is changing, but those in charge in Washington see no need to change the Constitution ... How can such absurdity be explained?
<i>One of the bloodiest incidents in modern American history occurred in Las Vegas on Oct. 2. Stephen Paddock, a senior citizen from Nevada, rained fire on a country music festival, killing 59 people. In this article, we look at how this nightmare in Las Vegas will backfire on Donald Trump's domestic and foreign [Read more]
President Trump has just suffered the worst catastrophe during his tenure thus far. Hurricanes cannot be avoided, but shootings can.
These are moments that briefly unite the country in pain, but the unity ends with the weapons.
Trump doesn’t know how to comfort people by showing care and compassion.
A country where innocent people are continuously deprived of life cannot be a country of greatness.