Last year, a third of Philadelphia's shooting victims arrived at a trauma center in the back of a cop car. We asked other cities why they haven't embraced the practice.
Tim Kaine and Donald Trump Have Touted the Same Gun Violence Program. There’s No Evidence That It Works.
Project Exile was largely abandoned, but strict sentencing laws modeled after it are back in fashion.
A Colorado district bought 10 military-style guns. They would be better off focusing on “environmental design,” John White says.
A Minnesota woman wrote the vow in 1996 before fading off the scene. Now Mary Lewis Grow is redoubling her efforts.
Roughly 400 Americans Will Die in Unintentional Home Shootings This Year. Safe Storage Laws Aim to Lower That Number.
A practice that the NRA backs in principle runs into opposition when it collides with self-defense fervor.
The lack of progress on America's gun violence epidemic on the federal level should not be confused with a lack of proposed solutions.
The New Policing Initiative Connecting the Dots Between Small Gun Crimes — in Order to Prevent Big Ones
Crime Gun Intelligence Centers seek to make ballistic reports worth their weight in brass when it comes to reducing urban gun violence.
Minnesota is the latest to enact laws to prevent "nominee purchases" and stem the flow of illegal guns. But do they work?
A new program at Harborview Hospital in Seattle would borrow heavily from methods generally used in areas other than gun violence prevention.