An analysis of lost and stolen firearms ties thousands of weapons to crimes committed on the city’s streets.
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Following reporting by The Trace, nine senators accuse the NRA of skirting rules against coordinating with political campaigns.
The gun group broke its own record in every election between 2010 and 2016. This year, it's suddenly thrifty.
The agency has more confidence in its estimates of BB gun injuries.
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How much is the gun group pouring into your state? Dig into the data to find out.
A Scrappy California Crime Lab Is Cracking More Gun Cases — Thanks to Technology Bigger Agencies Misuse
Propelled by a new, no-nonsense boss, Contra Costa County ditched the excuses that keep many law enforcement agencies from taking better advantage of a crime-fighting database called NIBIN.
Watch How Crime Labs Use a Tool Called NIBIN to Crack Gun Cases
Several families are suing the state, arguing that unchecked gun violence is impairing children — and officials must do more to protect them.
As the gun group confronts serious financial straits, it has entrusted its operations to Josh Powell, a failed mail-order mogul who attracted a mountain of lawsuits in his former career.
When the top manufacturer of the rapid-fire devices closed, RW Arms stepped in to sell its remaining inventory. The Fort Worth-based company also offers several rifles — without the required license.
'I Think We Saved Each Other': Two Las Vegas Survivors Reflect on the Night That Changed Their Lives
Carmen Alegria and Angelica Soto traveled to Las Vegas to attend a country music festival. When the gunfire began, they relied on their bond to get out alive.
New Jersey and Delaware have laws mandating that investigators use an innovative ballistics system called NIBIN. The other 48 states don’t — and their reticence makes it harder to ID shooters everywhere.