The new film Newtown documents how three families tried to make sense of unspeakable loss due to gun violence.
Students will also be able to freely use bathrooms according to their gender identity.
For at least a few days after the tragedy that claimed over two dozen lives in 2012, gun violence took center stage in America.
Dogged by a relentless conspiracy theorist, one father has spent the past three years fighting to protect the honor of his murdered son.
Newtown, Sydney's hub on alternative culture, is bringing in self-imposed lockouts to deal with Kings Cross reveller runoff.
Unlike most entrepreneurs who make millions of dollars inventing pointless apps like Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, a Los Angeles-based entrepreneur named Mark B. Barron wants to use smartphones to solve America's gun violence problem.
There are 270 million legal guns in the US. Regardless of where you stand on the issue of firearms laws, you might say that the situation presents a wicked problem—something that can't be objectively solved or even described.
Between 3D-printing, rising production and still-lax regulations, Americans will have more access to guns than ever.
Let's be careful what we say, okay?
The main weapon used at Newtown was an assault rifle preferred by special forces teams. Now, I'm not an expert. I'm British. But I'm thinking that 20 to 30 semi-automatic .233 rounds through a carbine with a built-in flash suppressor is probably overkill