A new study finds that most people, including gun owners, support limits on bringing firearms into places such as schools and college campuses.
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Guns Are Stolen in America Up to Once Every Minute. Owners Who Leave Their Weapons in Cars Make It Easy for Thieves.
Police data shows thefts of firearms from vehicles are rising in many large cities. One gun swiped from a truck in Atlanta was used in three crimes, including a murder.
The image of the U.S. firearm owner is shifting, a definitive survey shows. Urban American women explain the change: "Women are the prey."
Some are collectors with elaborately curated selections of historical firearms, while others are "just accumulators." They say it is surprisingly easy to get to 17.
Fear of Other People Is Now the Primary Motivation for American Gun Ownership, a Landmark Survey Finds
A momentous shift in what kinds of firearms Americans are owning — and why — has huge implications for public health.
Why a New Survey From Harvard and Northeastern Is the Most Authoritative Assessment of American Gun Ownership in 20 Years
Because the CDC avoids most gun research, it is up to academics to fill the gap.