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How higher speed, greater mass, and more surface area increase the damage that rounds can do to human bodies.
For the Pulse "kids," Orlando created an eternal haven.
'You're not going to die. You’re going to be fine.'
In the 10 years since the massacre, I’ve made it my mission to help law enforcement cope with the trauma of repeated exposure to brutal killings.
Ten years ago, after a gunman left 32 dead at Virginia Tech, students hauled together a makeshift memorial that would inspire an enduring tribute.
Shot and Forgotten
For the past three years, Brenda Herron has struggled to support four kids she welcomed into her home. The cost of caring for one who was shot over the holidays threatens financial ruin.
"It’s like they forgot about me."
A bullet severed Ty Shoemake's spine when he was a young drug dealer. Now he is finding fame as Upper Body Boy, a motivational guru who shatters perceptions one stunt at a time.
"I used to serve a congregation, and now I work at crime scenes.”
Vincent Robinson is on a mission to “stop the violence” — but he isn’t in a hurry.
Four years ago, Dexter Mercurius moved his family to Brooklyn from Guyana for a better life. Now he’s burying his oldest child.
“It’s really just ... something you shouldn’t have to hear.”
Coping with myriad physical and mental traumas, gunshot victims look to raise money for wheelchair vans, rehab bicycles, and therapy dogs.