Last year, a third of Philadelphia's shooting victims arrived at a trauma center in the back of a cop car. We asked other cities why they haven't embraced the practice.
News and notes on guns in America
A vocal group of doctors is pushing physicians groups to stop contributing to candidates supported by the National Rifle Association.
We must recognize that abusers with guns can cause damage well before they fire.
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Moments of selflessness, from Orlando to Thousand Oaks.
Big spending by gun reform groups in suburban districts helped Democrats win the House, while NRA-backed Republicans flipped Senate seats in Trump country.
A national database of shell casings has been deployed unevenly. So the DOJ is encouraging lawyers who want to use it to link and crack cases.
Why one criminologist thinks toxic online speech could motivate more white supremacists to plot gun rampages.
In the wake of the Tree of Life attack, the City Council is trying to find its way around NRA-backed pre-emption statutes.
Tapped out by its battles over lead-tainted water, the Michigan city is grappling with another public health crisis: It’s losing kids to guns at nearly twice the rate of Chicago and Detroit.