Some 2020 Democrats vow to enact gun reforms by bypassing congressional gridlock. But there are limits on how much a White House can do solo.
Las Vegas's death investigators witnessed the atrocities of the Route 91 shooting, then had to grapple with the difficult task of healing themselves.
In a new report, Senate Democrats confirm that the gun group’s leaders approved of the Moscow junket, paid some expenses, and referred to it as an NRA undertaking.
Some activists remain skeptical the money will actually come through.
A City Council bill would provide therapists, but sidesteps the accessibility of firearms.
The FBI is currently under no obligation to notify the local law enforcement agencies best suited to quickly investigate prohibited firearm purchases.
The city is investing millions in beautifying the public spaces where shootings are most likely to occur.
Priorities in Congress have given short shrift to community gun violence, activists say.
How many weapons would the government need to buy? How much would it cost? Why is this so hard to figure out?
The Disarm Hate Act adds misdemeanor hate crimes convictions to the list of background check criteria that prohibit firearm sales.
Private funding is attracting new scholars and new ideas, but scientists say federal dollars remain the missing ingredient.