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.
The record number represents a 17 percent increase from 2016, when the Transportation Security Administration discovered 3,391 guns at security checkpoints.
At least 15,549 people were killed by guns in 2017, excluding most suicides, according to GVA data – a three percent increase over the previous year.
A person killed by a firearm in August 2016 was shot 4.25 times on average, nearly double the average of 2.5 in August 1992, the Chicago Sun-Times found.
The statistics that shed new light on an American crisis.
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