News and notes on guns in America
Amid a tangle of factors, data analysts have found a correlation between recent, record-level gun purchases and intentional shootings.
As the defund movement grows, Strategic Decision Support Centers have lost the support of politicians — including the man likely to be the next mayor.
To market their products, ammo makers and gun shops are invoking the memes and rhetoric of a disjointed anti-government ideology blamed for at least one killing spree.
As shootings rise and the pandemic continues, street outreach workers are juggling multiple roles to preserve community health.
Before they instigated some of the earliest protests against COVID-19 shutdowns, the Dorr brothers honed a brand of fiery Second Amendment activism that doesn’t sway lawmakers, but keeps the donations flowing.
Police are paying firms that preach extreme vigilance and deadly force.
Armed with an AR-15, He Escorted a Black Lawmaker. Now He’s Pushing His City to Confront Its Racism.
Michael Lynn Jr. made national news when he guarded Michigan state Representative Sarah Anthony during shutdown protests. At home in Lansing, he questions the double standard applied to Black gun owners.