by Sheryl Huggins Salomon onJanuary 12, 2011
A surprise revelation by the president as he delivers words of comfort to a nation hurt by the mass shooting in Tucson.
by Washington Post onJanuary 11, 2011
The Rev. Al Sharpton explains why the mass shooting in Arizona hit especially close to home for him.
by Joel Dreyfuss onJanuary 10, 2011
During the 2008 presidential campaign, the civil rights veteran warned against overheated rhetoric. It's no wonder, given black Americans' experience as targets of political violence. But the shooting in Tucson, Arizona, reminds us that it's advice all Americans should heed.
by Nsenga Burton onJanuary 10, 2011
While Palin's people are "outraged," others believe that it is her "locked and loaded" language that created the conditions in which the Arizona shooting could occur.
by Erin E. Evans onJanuary 8, 2011
A gunman's rampage at a Tuscon grocery store left six dead. The congresswoman was among 13 wounded. Was politics to blame?
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