"This is something we have been planning for over 20 years, and unfortunately it occurred," said one surgeon.
“Speaking is Difficult” was produced by Fields of Vision, a new journalism unit created by AJ Schnack, Charlotte Cook, and Academy Award winner Laura Poitras.
Vandals destroyed a statue of a toy solider dedicated to a 6-year-old hailed for his heroism during the massacre. Now Kellie Cooke is on a crusade to restore it.
The stores owner says that Sarah Hopkins, who shared children with Cedric Ford, was a regular customer.
Anne Marie Hochhalter was a Columbine High School junior eating lunch with her friends when two gunmen stormed the lawn.
Residents of Hesston, Kansas are used to worrying about tornadoes. Now they’re contending with a different type of devastation.
Cedric Ford was a convicted felon who was served a protective order 90 minutes before he began his rampage.
A neighbor to Jason Dalton remembers times when gunfire would erupt for hours from behind Dalton's house: "It almost sounded like a gang of 10 or 12 people shooting"
California, Florida, Alabama, and Missouri each experienced incidents of gun violence with four or more victims.
Hailey and Maximus Blunk belong to a growing group of American kids enduring what one childhood trauma expert calls a "particularly difficult struggle."
A tenured professor at Florida Atlantic University, Tracy has maintained for years that the Sandy Hook massacre never took place, and harassed the families of victims. Now he's paying for his views.
How to Tell a Mass Shooting from Gang Gunfire, and Other Lessons from the Forgotten Streets of San Bernardino
While investigators gathered evidence at the Inland Regional Center in the hours after the December 2 attack, longterm residents shared stories of one of the most overlooked strains of gun violence.