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There were 121 gunshot fatalities in the U.S. on Saturday and Sunday.
Another 30 were shot but survived. In most cases, someone in their own family pulled the trigger.
With 17 people shot and killed so far this year, the city's gun death total for 2016 just passed the toll from last December's mass shooting.
'I need that to stop.'
At a funeral for victims of a backyard massacre, young children give gut-wrenching tributes to their slain parents.
Caval Haylett Jr. spent his final game dunking for the Poughkeepsie Pioneers. A few hours later, a stray bullet stole his life.
Because of her influence, gun lobbyists can't claim Ronald Reagan as a strong supporter of their views.
Jamal Gaines, 21, overcame a car accident and partial blindness to run a thriving business before he was shot and killed while closing up shop.
Photography major Michael Zbieranowski launched social media project Someplace Else to understand the gun violence epidemic in the U.S.
Hailey and Maximus Blunk belong to a growing group of American kids enduring what one childhood trauma expert calls a "particularly difficult struggle."
Scenes from "The Story of the Stuff"
The gifts and messages of condolence offered comfort and broke hearts. Chris Kelsey was among those who bore the weight of sorting the outpouring.
Nardyne Jefferies is the unwitting pioneer of an ad-hoc movement to get lawmakers to confront the grisly consequences of gun violence.
The Clackamas Town Center killings were three years ago. Each new high-profile attack brings Jenna Yuille right back to that day.
Reverend Sharon Risher lost her mother and two cousins in the Emanuel AME Church in June. She wants the world to know she’s still angry.