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Accounts from the front lines of urban gun violence. This week: Hartford, Connecticut.
A group of neighborhood moms began camping out on a South Side street corner after a shooting there in late June. Since then, there hasn't been a single shooting in the area.
Accounts from the front lines of urban gun violence. This week: Baltimore, Maryland.
How We Fix This
A new program at Harborview Hospital in Seattle would borrow heavily from methods generally used in areas other than gun violence prevention.
Accounts from the front lines of urban gun violence. This week: A Midwestern city battles an all-American problem.
Accounts from the front lines of urban gun violence. This week: North Omaha, Nebraska.
Advocates claim the state's high rate of gun violence is a product of its lax gun laws and poor regulation of the firearms industry.
Most gun buyback initiatives turn up old or broken weapons — and cost police departments thousands of dollars in the process.
Guns stores from three suburbs named in a new lawsuit provided nearly 20 percent of crime guns recovered in the city.
Targeting big offenders is helping, but not enough to stem the tide of guns from states with looser laws.
Data paints a complete picture of a bloody holiday weekend.
Mapping the youngest victims of gun violence.
More than a decade ago, Chuck's Guns was named the nation’s No. 1 source of crime guns. Despite protests and lawsuits, it's still ringing up sales.
Scenes from everyday life in the Los Angeles neighborhoods known as "Death Alley."
After an old state grant failed to reduce shootings, Buffalo used a new program to take some bold steps.