Why Gun Owners of America is betting on it.
I spent an evening with staff from London's Air Ambulance, the team tasked with treating the capital's most gravely wounded.
New York City seems safer and richer than ever, but gang violence continues to stump local law enforcement.
Last year saw record homicides and near-constant shootings in Charm City, especially after Freddie Gray died in police custody. Will 2016 be any different?
We've been here before.
As investigators gathered evidence at the Inland Regional Center in the hours after the December 2 attack, longterm residents shared stories of one of the most overlooked strains of gun violence.
The federal government is still drawing an invisible line between guns and gun violence.
A block party where a music video was being filmed was disrupted by gunfire, and police are searching for the perpetrators.
The official accounting of the incident remains murky at best, and the two officers charged with second-degree murder have a history of violence.
By providing lurid details, posting step-by-step recaps, and publishing manifestos that gratify the killer's need for attention, media outlets play a key role in the proliferation of modern copycat killers.
Something needs to be done about America's gun violence problem, but these arguments are duds.
The Republican presidential candidate argued that mental institutions, like the ones from "the old days," might have helped prevent Wednesday's shooting in Virginia.
The owner, Zlatko Starkovski, has long cited safety concerns in his criticism of all-ages EDM shows, yet his club has its own history of violence.
From Charleston to Chattanooga to Lafayette, senseless killings by deranged gunmen have dominated the news—but how many mass shootings have occurred in 2015? And how do you define "mass shooting," anyway?
The things the alleged Charleston shooter reportedly said to his victims might give prosecutors cause to bust out the T-word.
There are explicit plans to murder people in alleged Dark Knight shooter James Holmes's journal. But does any of the material suggest the guy behind the Aurora murders is "not guilty by reason of insanity"?
Also this week: A man allegedly shot a dog because it "made a mess."
Also this week: A guy allegedly shot someone for talking to his wife on Facebook.
Also this week: Some women attacked a man because he asked them to be quiet during a screening of 50 Shades of Grey.
Also this week: Hershey's took legal action to prevent people from importing English chocolate.
What's imperative is to demonstrate that those who believe it was an act of "true" Islam are wrong.
We entered 2015 the way we left 2014: worried about the cops, the weather, the Islamic State, and cancer.
Local cops, already known not to be huge fans of NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, are now openly disrespecting him after two of their own were executed by a lone gunman in Brooklyn.
A new report suggests that 45-year-old Sandra McElroy, a serial liar with a history of head trauma, may have helped get Officer Darren Wilson off scot-free after killing Michael Brown.