There were 121 gunshot fatalities in the U.S. on Saturday and Sunday.
The Compromises That Got One State’s Republicans to Increase Gun Protections for Domestic Violence Victims
Connecticut State House Minority Leader Themis Klarides talks about the tweaks that eased her opposition to a new law requiring alleged abusers to turn in their firearms.
Temporary Restraining Orders Can Set Off Alleged Abusers. But Only 16 States Make Them Hand Over Their Guns.
Most states wait for the outcome of a hearing on a permanent order before a firearms ban kicks in— a lag that can have deadly consequences.
In Mississippi and Louisiana, fatal shootings are three times as common as in the U.S. as a whole.
Tucson braces for legal battle in wake of new state law.
The bill aims to remove firearms during a time period that's especially dangerous for domestic violence victims.
By Big Margin, Gun Violence Tops Police Misconduct as ‘Extremely Serious Problem’ Among People of Color
In a new poll, black and Hispanic voters said they strongly supported tougher restrictions and better enforcement of gun laws.
By the numbers, it was a typical three days for gun violence in the U.S.
With 17 people shot and killed so far this year, the city's gun death total for 2016 just passed the toll from last December's mass shooting.
Harrisburg is one of a handful of cities that held fast against a flurry of lawsuits seeking to undo its gun ordinances. It just scored a major victory.
“Gun violence was a constant umbrella hanging over my students' lives and our classroom,” one writes.