#OrlandoUnited: Responding to Tragedy

Stacy Carlson, Ph.D., President & CEO at the Florida Philanthropic Network, shares ways organizations are and can address the short-term and long-term needs of the community following the Orlando mass shooting.

frank Finds: Hashtag Takeovers, Ending Sexism and 360 Degree Storytelling

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frank Finds: How Science Will Save Us from Trump, Obesity and Prejudice

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frank Finds: What You Missed Last Weekend

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The Government Is Secretly Huddling With Companies to Fight Extremism Online

A coalition of civil rights groups wants to be included in the meetings to keep the feds in check.

This Map Shows the Scope of America’s School Shooting Problem

Monday’s shooting in Oregon is only the latest extreme incident in an already violent year.

Women and Guns

Beneath the surface of the guns discussion in America—one traditionally dominated by men—there’s a complex world of females and firearms. Here, in the following 10 stories, we shed light on what often goes unseen: how women feel about, live with, and die by guns.

Banning apps won’t protect kids from predators. They’re in danger offline, too.

Let’s do a better job teaching children about age-appropriate relationships and helping them practice refusal skills.

Here Are Four Sundance Films the NRA Really Doesn’t Want You to See

Reflecting the intensity of the national conversation, the Sundance Film Festival included four entries on the topic of gun violence in the United States.

NFL and No More Are Running Another Subtle Super Bowl Spot on Domestic Violence

No More is returning to the Super Bowl with another ad that uses text messages to warn about domestic violence.