Ideological lines get tangled when reforming the system means people once barred from owning firearms can get them back.
After Trace/BuzzFeed News Investigation, Baltimore Officials Tell Police to Turn Up the Heat on Shooters
Baltimore leaders are pressing the Police Department to direct more resources toward solving…
New Jersey and Delaware have laws mandating that investigators use an innovative ballistics system called NIBIN. The other 48 states don’t — and their reticence makes it harder to ID shooters everywhere.
A 69-year-old man arrested in Jacksonville, Florida, on Friday had threatened to “shoot…
Police in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, have arrested a suspect in the fatal ambushes of two…
Kym Worthy says it is "unconscionable" to leave a loaded firearm within reach of a child.
Steve Cook, a former federal prosecutor, fiercely supports controversial policies calling for lengthy prison sentences.
Read the Open Letter Published By An ‘Unshackled’ Former U.S. Attorney on Chicago’s Gun Violence Problem
“My hope and goal is to just speak truth,” wrote Zachary Fardon, who resigned this week as the city’s top prosecutor.
In his final year as U.S. Attorney, the new Justice Department boss dramatically increased firearms prosecutions. The majority of cases targeted non-violent offenders.
Trump demanded reports on immigrants and crime. Existing research shows that they are not nearly the threat the president has made them out to be.
His attorney general nominee pledges to increase federal firearms prosecutions — but tools for nabbing traffickers will remain lacking.
Leading criminologist David Weisburd says researchers found strong evidence that some policing strategies can lower crime.