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.
The shooters were of different ages, from different places, and motivated by different grievances. But all were men, and all acted alone.
The vast majority of urban homicides are the product of gun violence. But the cities with the highest rates may surprise you. (Spoiler: Chicago falls in the middle of the list.)
More Shooting Victims Are Dying Before They Reach the Hospital. Researchers Think an Increasing ‘Intensity’ of Gun Violence May Be to Blame.
The researchers behind a new study describe their findings as " very concerning."
A guide to the data and research that provides a complete picture of gun violence in the United States — and ways to reduce it.
An analysis of more than 800 official statements.
While widespread public support exists for many gun regulations and policies, pro-gun advocates are significantly more active than their counterparts when it comes to engaging politicians and government agencies.