After the shooting, Frank DeAngelis made a vow to rebuild his school. Now he’s coaching administrators who have endured tragedies of their own.
Illinois revokes thousands of gun licenses every year. But it’s rare for law enforcement to remove firearms from owners barred from having them.
Moments of selflessness, from Orlando to Thousand Oaks.
The shooter in Wednesday night’s Thousand Oaks nightclub mass shooting lived in a…
High-Capacity Magazines, Like the One Used by the California Mass Shooter, Are Deadly and Easily Available
The state's efforts to ban the devices have been stymied in court, leaving plenty of them in circulation.
Another dozen people were injured in the chaos at the popular country music bar, which attracted students from nearby colleges.
In the wake of the Tree of Life attack, the City Council is trying to find its way around NRA-backed pre-emption statutes.
Why one criminologist thinks toxic online speech could motivate more white supremacists to plot gun rampages.
Contemplating the entwined threats of our nation's divisive politics, social media misinformation, and bountiful supply of firearms.
A new study of newspapers’ coverage of school shootings finds that images of suspects outnumber images of victims 16 to 1.
The semiautomatic pistols made popular by the modern U.S. gun industry are the weapons most often used in mass-casualty rampages.
A gunman opened fire during a video game tournament at a mall in Jacksonville, Florida, killing two and wounding nine others.