Reporting by The Trace and FiveThirtyEight has spurred an independent review of a federal database used to track gun injuries.
A list of board members, executives, and other high-ranking staffers who have departed the gun group as Wayne LaPierre consolidated power.
While overall fatalities remained relatively unchanged compared to 2017, the share of suicides increased.
A new Trace analysis shows states with the highest share of crime guns purchased within 12 months.
The agency is now hiding its most unreliable numbers from the public.
Google Shopping has a policy against posting gun accessories. But we identified multiple listings for high-capacity magazines.
California has among the strictest gun laws in the country. Some of its neighbors are another story.
In a new letter, Senator Menendez and his colleagues keep pressing the agency over its flawed firearm injury estimates.
We polled every campaign on an array of gun policies. Here’s what they said.
How vendors and executives are bleeding the gun group dry.