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To make sense of his experience, Volkan Topalli reflected on years of conversations with the people most vulnerable to crime.
Get involved in our new initiative for survivors of gun violence — and their friends and loved ones — to tell their own stories.
Last month's sweeping law is garnering pushback for its assault weapons ban. But reform advocates have their own concerns about the state's long-term approach.
Bang for the Buck
New financial documents detail the severe erosion of the gun group's membership.
The Supreme Court introduced a historical test that is upending gun laws across the country. The most recent policy to fall: a ban for subjects of restraining orders.
Ask The Trace
High-fatality shootings are becoming more frequent. A reader asks if the public spectacle could be making things worse.
Reflections on a tough and unrelenting beat.
Nine years. 330,000 shootings. How has gun violence marked your corner of the country?
Aning will spend two years developing his editing skills through the new initiative.
In neighborhoods that account for 43 percent of Philadelphia's shootings, residents are wary, with some only leaving their homes for essentials.