American Violence puts up-to-date data at the fingertips of researchers, journalists, and policymakers.
A study of Boston Police investigative files found that gunshot wounds from medium- to large-caliber rounds were significantly more likely to kill victims than wounds from smaller caliber bullets.
Our NRA Campaign Spending Tracker analyzes FEC reports to show you exactly how much the group is putting behind its favored candidates.
Nearly three times as many American parents fear for their child’s safety at…
In Big Reversal, Supporters of Regulating Bump Stocks Now Outnumber Opponents 3 to 1 in Comments to ATF
One expert characterized the findings of The Trace's analysis as “more evidence that gun regulation advocates are closing the participation gap.”
The best recent calculations range from 265 million to 393 million. Here's why we don't have an official count.
America's suicide rate is rising, surging by nearly a third since the turn…
If fully funded, the effort will more than double what the federal government spent to study the problem during a recent 10 year stretch.
The research could refine efforts to cut off the flow of crime weapons.
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.
Survivors of the Florida massacre challenged the media to pay attention. Data shows how successful they were.