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A Media-Political Assassination in Denver Oct. 13, 2020

Michelle Malkin

Do Colorado patriots' lives matter? On a sunny Saturday afternoon, after gathering with Benghazi Mar... Read More

In Other News: Why the Breonna Taylor Grand Jury Did Not Indict Oct. 03, 2020

Susan Estrich

The answer is simple: Daniel Cameron, the attorney general of Kentucky. Brief recap: Police officers... Read More

Crime, the Police and Reality Sep. 24, 2020

Froma Harrop

Here's a policing story with a happy ending: Deputies in Deltona, Florida, recently stopped a black ... Read More

Trying to Remember a Murdered Mother Aug. 22, 2020

Diane Dimond

On or around Sept. 3, Samuel Ayala will walk out of the Fishkill Correctional Facility in Dutchess C... Read More

The Complicated Truth About Chicago Crime Aug. 13, 2020

Steve Chapman

Chicago, which was already in the midst of a spike in murderous conduct, has also seen violent demon... Read More

'My Husband ... He's Dead!' Aug. 12, 2020

Social Security and You

Occasionally, I like to take a break from the routine of covering the same old Social Security quest... Read More

'They Say Black Lives Matter'; How Left-Wing Chaos Kills Kids Jul. 08, 2020

Daily Editorials

Stop the violence, now. All Black lives matter and the mostly white nationwide protests are ending B... Read More

Jobs Not Mobs Jul. 03, 2020

Adriana Cohen

Voters have a clear choice this November. If you want mobs vandalizing stores, destroying public pr... Read More

George Floyd Changed My Mind Jun. 19, 2020

Mona Charen

For many years, I was skeptical about accusations of racism in the criminal justice system. Yes, I k... Read More

Murder as a Public Service? May. 30, 2020

Diane Dimond

On the evening of May 14, 2020, in Omaha, Nebraska, James Fairbanks went to the home of Mattieo Cond... Read More

The President Needs to Focus on Reelection May. 29, 2020

Erick Erickson

In May of 2001, a young congressional staffer went missing in Washington, D.C. Her name was Chandra ... Read More

Here We Are Again, This Time in Minneapolis May. 28, 2020

Connie Schultz

And so here we are again. Another black man, unarmed and defenseless, is dead at the hands of a whit... Read More

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Citizen's Arrests May. 23, 2020

Diane Dimond

Nearly every state has a citizen's arrest law allowing civilians to detain someone if they have witn... Read More

Robert Durst: Is He a Serial Killer? Mar. 07, 2020

Diane Dimond

The strange little man currently on trial for a 2000 murder in Los Angles admits he has killed befor... Read More

Getting Away With Murder Jan. 04, 2020

Diane Dimond

It has never been easier to be an undetected serial killer in the United States. That's the opinion... Read More

The 'Prison Groupie' Syndrome Nov. 16, 2019

Diane Dimond

Here's a word from the field of crime I'm betting you've never heard before: hybristophilia. It's pr... Read More

Our Gun Violence Problem: What If ...? Nov. 02, 2019

Diane Dimond

Remember the name Ed Stack. As the CEO of Dick's Sporting Goods, a chain of 727 stores nationwide, h... Read More

The Killing of Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi: Illegal, Disgusting and Degenerate Nov. 02, 2019

Ted Rall

As a society degenerates, life cheapens. The rhetoric that follows death coarsens. Respect paid to f... Read More

An 'Austere Religious Scholar' Exemplifies Fake News Nov. 01, 2019

Adriana Cohen

This week's death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi marked a monumental victory for mankind. We el... Read More

The Anniversary of the People's Republic of China Is a Dark Day for Mankind Oct. 04, 2019

David Harsanyi

It's one thing to engage in diplomacy. It's another to praise evil. This week, Donald Trump tweeted,... Read More