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Toddlers are discovering guns under piles of clothes and between couch cushions. Teenagers are obtaining untraceable ghost guns made from kits. Middle school students are carrying handguns for protection.
The expansion has expired, and a bill to renew it has stalled. Public opinion is favorable but not overwhelmingly so, for several reasons.
Here we go again: Virtual reality, now dubbed ‘the metaverse,’ will be a thing. So will the smart home.
Chief J. Thomas Manger, head of an agency still reeling from Jan. 6, plans to tell lawmakers he is already addressing most of the 103 recommendations from an internal watchdog.
Many recreational drugs known for mind-altering trips are being studied to treat depression, substance use and other disorders. Here’s what you need to know.
Dick Zigun, who spent decades restoring the Brooklyn enclave to its carnivalesque glory, is forced out of the organization he helped create.
In the year since the assault on the Capitol by a pro-Trump mob, more than 700 people have been arrested, with little public indication from the Justice Department of how high the investigation might reach.
Tony Blair’s Def Sec. Was Told ‘in No Uncertain Terms’ to Burn Memo Saying Iraq War Could Be Illegal
Japan’s electronics giant introduced a new version of a prototype S.U.V. that runs on batteries.