In 1993, an unhinged man shot eight people to death and injured six more before killing himself in a San Francisco skyscraper. What happened next is hard to imagine 25 years later.
John Kasich admits he can only do so much on guns
Yes, guns are the real problem.
It's good that the Florida school shooting has inspired so much outrage, because most shootings don't.
Common-sense reform wouldn't just be effective, it's more popular than many candidates realize.
Most public schools have training for how to respond to active shooters. But some experts say the most popular methods could make a disaster worse.
Analyzing 37 years of data, a Stanford team finds no basis for a theory at the heart of the modern gun-rights movement.
An Obama administration rule stopping some disabled people from purchasing guns is not the path to reducing gun violence.
What radical black womanist politics organized around self-defense actually looks like, and why it matters.
Now that the project has come to a close, I'm more sad than afraid. I've come to see simultaneous chaos and banality in these incidents, the result of a culture that makes it far too easy for violence-prone individuals to access firearms.
How a teenage get-together turned into a scene of bloody chaos that left one neighbor dead.
The Manhattan businessman perfected the Anti-Establishment message the gun group had been honing for years.