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Despite the historic increase, city and county leaders have failed to deliver their promised prevention plans.
Q & A
Rising homicides, the pandemic, and drug overdoses have created unprecedented loss in Cook County. Medical examiners see the devastation up close.
Bang for the Buck
So far, the federal government is the biggest creditor to emerge in the gun group’s bankruptcy case.
Their razor thin majority means passing new laws won’t be easy, but here’s what the caucus will be pushing.
Seeking to radicalize dispirited Trump supporters, far-right groups are invoking the 2nd Amendment and spreading conspiracies about gun confiscation.
The Business of Guns
Breaking down the technology, the legality, and the ideology of a growing movement.
After major social media platforms cracked down, makers of largely unregulated firearms flocked to Keybase. Now they must find a new home.
The Trace reviewed orders in Arizona, Michigan, New Hampshire, and South Dakota — and found that firearms restrictions were unevenly granted.
Rosemarie Reilly knew her ex might hurt her. But when she sought a restraining order, a judge allowed him to keep his guns.
John Lott, who pushes the theory that “more guns = less crime,” was hired in October to advise on crime data.