Families Left With Emotional, Financial Toll of Gun Violence

Gun violence not only leaves physical wounds, it can financially devastate victims and their families, who face enormous medical bills and lost wages. Read more

Every Incident of Mishandled Guns in Schools

Armed adults frequently mishandle their guns in schools. Arming teachers wouldn’t decrease risk to students—it would increase their risk. Read more

These 2 Laws Are Tied to Lower Gun Homicide Rates

New research suggests restricting who can have a gun is more effective than banning a type of gun when it comes to curbing homicides. Read more

The New Zealand Shooting Victims Spanned Generations and Nationalities

The 50 people slaughtered by a gunman at two Christchurch mosques last week spanned a range of backgrounds. Here is what we know about many of them. Read more

A horrific school shooting was the last straw for the CEO of Dick's Sporting Goods

Edward Stack, the 64-year-old CEO of Dick's Sporting Goods, is an unlikely champion for gun control. Read more

Hillary Clinton: Gun violence, climate change are 'real national emergencies'

Hillary Clinton said Monday that the “real national emergencies” threatening the U.S. include gun violence and climate change, not illegal immigration. Read more

Rhode Island Governor Calls for Stronger Gun Control Laws

Gov. Gina Raimondo has marked the anniversary of the deadly school shooting in Parkland, Florida, by calling for stronger gun control laws in Rhode Island. Read more

Mental illness not to blame for gun violence, study finds

A study by researchers at The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston looked into the association between gun violence and mental health in a group of 663 young adults... Read more

House Democrats examine ways to reduce gun violence

Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee say they will push for "sensible" gun safety laws the public is demanding after a series of mass shootings in recent years Read more

Harris Institute submits testimony to U.N. on gun violence in the United States

As part of its work on gun violence and human rights, the Whitney R. Harris World Law Institute at Washington University in St. Louis has submitted comments to the United Nations Human Rights Committee. Read more

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