The pledges follow reporting by The Trace, THE CITY, and Measure of America showing that Queens has New York City's lowest survival rate for gunshot victims.
Local officials say they’re unaware of the 'no buy' list.
Activists have long fought to make the most common form of firearm homicides an urgent, shared priority. Is their message finally breaking through?
Good morning, Bulletin readers. Democratic presidential candidates engaged in a marathon discussion about gun violence…
The House Judiciary Committee held a hearing on…
Some activists remain skeptical the money will actually come through.
Priorities in Congress have given short shrift to community gun violence, activists say.
How many weapons would the government need to buy? How much would it cost? Why is this so hard to figure out?
Dozens of online retailers sell de facto silencers, making it easy for gun owners to avoid federal screening and registration.
This summer’s mass shootings have Congress searching for solutions to gun violence. Organizers in America’s hardest-hit communities say what they need is funding for programs already saving lives.
National newspapers and cable news channels had little interest in last weekend’s mass shooting in Brownsville, Brooklyn, where residents didn't receive many thoughts or prayers from the public.