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Spot treatments don't work if the larger problem is left unchecked.
America accounted for 62 percent of the world's mass public shootings at schools and workplaces between 1966–2012.
An analysis of federal data reveals a pattern of intimidation-by-firearm.
Visualizing the everyday cost of America’s gun violence epidemic.
The research corroborates earlier reports — and offers new perspective on other, less-discussed categories of multiple-victim gun homicides.
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.
Data paints a complete picture of a bloody holiday weekend.
Mapping the youngest victims of gun violence.
Analysis shows that guns are the element that deadly attacks have in common.