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WDBJ shooting puts the focus on measures that go beyond background checks.
And why one moment in the killer's footage stands out as terribly important.
Research has shown anger issues to be a bigger driver of gun violence than serious mental illness, but manifesto shows that Virginia killer's true motives may be hard to determine.
Black protestors plus openly displayed AR-15s would equal new pressures on local authorities.
America accounted for 62 percent of the world's mass public shootings at schools and workplaces between 1966–2012.
Legislators and activists cite research that shows low-level offenders are more likely than other groups to commit more serious violent crimes in the future.
Armed With Reason
Separate studies have found that unarmed bystanders are better at stopping active shooters than would-be heroes with guns — and that firearms provide no advantage in everyday self-defense.
An innovative program by epidemiologist Gary Slutkin has helped reduce violence in some urban neighborhoods by up to 70 percent.
Why the Arms Trade Treaty doesn't threaten Second Amendment rights, but is such a perfect opportunity for scaremongering and fundraising by gun rights groups.
The murder occurred before Mothers Against Senseless Killings arrived for its nightly patrol.