A new study published in the Journal of Urban Health also finds that people who own guns primarily for protection are less likely to store them securely.
In today's briefing: We bring you up to speed on updates from Friday's school shooting in Texas – plus an incident in Mississippi that is just the latest reminder that so much gun violence goes unnoticed.
Fact-checkers call out Jeff Sessions for another misleading claim about Chicago gun violence. Remarks by Apple's CEO tacitly add to the corporate endorsement of gun reform.
Good guys with guns" have accidentally shot them in more than two dozen schools. GOP officials turn up the heat on banks that impose conditions on gun clients. Plus, the results of Jeff Sessions's crackdown on gun crime come into focus.
In today's bulletin: One state is taking steps to stop gun traffickers. Credit card companies are rumored to consider their own means for cutting gun crime. A murmur over the weekend has been confirmed: President Trump is headed back to the NRA convention, even as scrutiny of the group's Russia ties increases.
In today's briefing: the latest on the Waffle House shooting, more gunshot victims are dying before they reach trauma centers, and a deadly weekend in Baltimore.
There have been at least 325 road-rage gun incidents so far this year.
The constitutionality of carrying guns in public remains undecided by the high court.
National concealed carry 'reciprocity' is a top NRA priority.
The greatest threat women face is from men they know. The criminal justice system doesn't always recognize that fact.
A Young Scientist Compared Gun Deaths to Other Leading Causes, and Found a Billion Dollar Research Deficit
How David Stark put a number to the knowledge gap surrounding fatal shootings.