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Even in an election cycle marked by hot-button antics, the group's positions and rhetoric are notably high-proof.
A state lauded for its lack of gun restrictions also has an ugly and often lethal history with domestic violence involving firearms.
Accounts from the front lines of urban gun violence. This week: Stories from St. Louis, Missouri, where kids plan their funerals and families live in fear.
Americans a) support universal background checks and b) doubt that they work. How can both be true?
As gunfire continues to hit cars on a busy stretch of Arizona highway, a look at the phenomenon of gun violence on America's roads.
Armed With Reason
The conclusion that greater access to guns results in more suicides is nearly unanimous.
One 2016 presidential candidate has vowed to do that — and one researcher says it's possible. But only if Washington has the will to make the number drop.
The state's election commission acts on allegations of illegal political donations.
Q & A
Jooyoung Lee documents the very painful ways that shooting injuries transform vibrant young men.
Reverend Sharon Risher lost her mother and two cousins in the Emanuel AME Church in June. She wants the world to know she’s still angry.