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The city abruptly ended a violence prevention program for young people living in public housing developments last month.
The Supreme Court’s new term formally begins today, and perhaps the biggest case under the high court’s consideration focuses on the limits of the Second Amendment.
A sprawling network of influencers have built large audiences specifically interested in guns and gun culture.
The state Attorney General’s Office took over the department shortly after the killing of an anti-violence worker.
It appears the gun group either mistakenly filed an unredacted copy of the settlement agreement, or records that had been confidential have been made public.
A new study found that neighborhoods in the process of gentrifying experience a “sharp increase” in gun injuries.
New research suggests that white supremacists are trying to “build a militia undercover.”
President Joe Biden’s move to establish a federal office for gun violence prevention signals a heightened focus on the issue. But the crisis isn’t isolated within the country’s borders.
Devon Rideout was shot and killed by a former Marine with a history of mental illness. Rideout’s family alleges that the killer shouldn’t have been able to purchase the gun.
A hate-motivated shooting in Slovakia provides evidence of the problem.
Some public safety advocates and elected officials characterized it as a missed opportunity.
The update came after a federal judge blocked the temporary carry suspension.
The backlash came from gun rights and gun reform proponents, progressives and conservatives, and from key officials within Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s party.
Cars and policing have long been intertwined.
Maryland officials are weighing whether the state’s juvenile justice system should be reformed.