We can’t understand gun violence without the full picture.
A Smaller ‘Private Sale’ Loophole Suggests We’re Closer to Universal Background Checks Than We Thought
The old 40 percent estimate came from a research paper I co-authored. Here’s why I think the new number is good news for reform advocates.
In 1992, the fatal shooting of a 7-year-old boy galvanized the city. Today’s violence is a reminder that underlying problems remain unsolved.
"Some couples fight and push or hit each other, but we need to differentiate between those situations and chronic, controlling violence."
The gun group has attacked the legitimacy of mainstream journalism for decades.
Kansas politicians declared federal gun laws void within their state’s borders. With the Constitution on its side, the federal government inevitably begged to differ.
It frustrates me that so many of my peers and professors have reacted so negatively.
"America’s longest-standing civil rights organization" is beholden to its white base.
I have serious concerns about campus carry.
Studies show that when a woman owns a firearm, it is far more likely to be used against her than by her.
The NFL Has a Gun Problem. Will a Coach’s ‘Super Unpopular’ Outburst Finally Drag It Into the Light?
Powerful statements made by New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton might mark a pivotal point in a discussion about the league's complicated history with guns.