Experts say understanding the connection could help break the cycle of violence.
Laws That Allow for Temporarily Removing Guns from High-Risk People Linked to a Reduction in Suicides
For every 10.5 guns collected under Connecticut’s gun violence restraining orders, one person was stopped from taking his or her own life, researchers estimate. Eleven states are considering similar policies.
The Compromises That Got One State’s Republicans to Increase Gun Protections for Domestic Violence Victims
Connecticut State House Minority Leader Themis Klarides talks about the tweaks that eased her opposition to a new law requiring alleged abusers to turn in their firearms.
The legal move is their latest effort to avoid revealing industry secrets.
The bill aims to remove firearms during a time period that's especially dangerous for domestic violence victims.
A small-town Connecticut police force tries a tough-love twist to secure firearms storage.
‘When I’m the Trauma Surgeon on Call and I Hear About a Gunshot Wound, I Have to Cross My Fingers and Say a Little Prayer’
Accounts from the front lines of urban gun violence. This week: Hartford, Connecticut.
“We discovered fishy things in a number of states," says muckraker behind Connecticut investigation.