Several states passed civil gun-seizure laws after Parkland, but their impact has varied state by state.
News and notes on guns in America
In the past 20 years, 165 mass shootings have occurred, an analysis by The Trace and The New Yorker has found.
The Trace and The New Yorker’s latest collaboration reveals a web of business deals that have steered hundreds of millions of dollars to insiders.
12 Months. 1,200 Kids Killed By Guns.
Working in partnership with The Trace and the Miami Herald, teen journalists across the country have created an unprecedented record of how gun violence impacts America’s children.
The number of licensed gun dealers in America — more than twice the number of McDonald’s and Starbucks locations combined.
Tracking stolen firearms through the black market, from gun store thefts to crime scenes.
Shoot Someone In a Major U.S. City, and Odds Are You’ll Get Away With It
A shocking number of shootings go unsolved. In some police departments, hundreds of cases aren't investigated at all.
After the shooting, Frank DeAngelis made a vow to rebuild his school. Now he’s coaching administrators who have endured tragedies of their own.
The city that set the bar for sharing ballistic intel is pushing its successful approach regionwide.
A legal scholar breaks down the significance of a challenge to New York City’s strict gun permitting process.
In a rare congressional hearing on guns, lawmakers debated the impact and implications of the policies, which have been considered by dozens of states since Parkland.