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Most Americans Want More Gun Control. Why Doesn’t It Happen?

Polls show solid support for stricter laws, especially after mass shootings. But there is also deep disagreement, staunch opposition and growing disenchantment with gun control.
Cynthia Heimel, Irreverent Writer About Sex, Dies at 70

Cynthia Heimel, Irreverent Writer About Sex, Dies at 70

The Village Voice columnist Cynthia Heimel with the Details magazine columnist Stephen Saban at the Limelight nightclub in Manhattan in 1986.
Big and Small, N.R.A. Boycott Efforts Come Together in Gun Debate

Big and Small, N.R.A. Boycott Efforts Come Together in Gun Debate

Judith Pearson, a gun owner and retired school principal in Minnesota, told her Twitter followers to boycott the National Rifle Association.
Gun Control Bills, Including Program to Arm Teachers, Race Through Florida Legislature

Gun Control Bills, Including Program to Arm Teachers, Race Through Florida Legislature

Gov. Rick Scott of Florida at a press conference at Miami-Dade police headquarters in Doral on Tuesday. Gun control measures have moved quickly through the State House and Senate since the school
Harper Lee’s Will, Unsealed, Adds Only More Mystery to Her Life

Harper Lee’s Will, Unsealed, Adds Only More Mystery to Her Life

Harper Lee, the author of “To Kill a Mockingbird,” who died in 2016.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: A Certain Party’s Gift for Self-Immolation

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: A Certain Party’s Gift for Self-Immolation

Democrats are hoping they have a shot to defeat John Culberson, a Republican who has represented a Houston district since 2001.
In a ‘Sanctuary City,’ Immigrants Are Still at Risk

In a ‘Sanctuary City,’ Immigrants Are Still at Risk

Federal agents recently arrested an undocumented immigrant from Ivory Coast as he left Bronx Criminal Court, part of stepped-up enforcement by the Trump administration.
Ben Carson’s HUD Spends $31,000 on Dining Set for His Office

Ben Carson’s HUD Spends $31,000 on Dining Set for His Office

Ben Carson, the secretary of housing and urban development, touring an apartment building in Columbus, Ohio, in April.
In Germany’s Car Capital, the Unthinkable: The Right to Ban Cars

In Germany’s Car Capital, the Unthinkable: The Right to Ban Cars

The giant illuminated emblem of its most famous car, the Mercedes, towers above the main train station, greeting visitors.
The Cast of ‘Atlanta’ on Trump, Race and Fame

The Cast of ‘Atlanta’ on Trump, Race and Fame

The stars and brain trust of “Atlanta” (Lakeith Stanfield, Stephen Glover, Zazie Beetz, Brian Tyree Henry and Donald Glover) discuss the challenges of following up a critically acclaimed first season.
Parkland Massacre Thrusts Guns Into the Midterm Spotlight

Parkland Massacre Thrusts Guns Into the Midterm Spotlight

Richard Cordray, the leading Democratic candidate for governor in Ohio, in D.C. last year.

Op-Docs: 2,300 Miles to Work

An illustrator captures one of the world’s largest migrations.
Op-Ed Columnist: Donald Trump, Manly He-Man

Op-Ed Columnist: Donald Trump, Manly He-Man

President Trump tried on a military jacket while visiting troops last year.
Review: ‘Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?’ Reckons With White Supremacy

Review: ‘Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?’ Reckons With White Supremacy

A scene from Travis Wilkerson’s new documentary, “Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?”
Review: ‘The Looming Tower’ Is a History of 9/11, Minus Most of the History

Review: ‘The Looming Tower’ Is a History of 9/11, Minus Most of the History

Jeff Daniels in “The Looming Tower” on Hulu, a fictionalized adaptation of Lawrence Wright’s acclaimed book about the events and factors that led to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.