Inside One of America’s Deadliest Police Departments
At just 22 years old, Sean Monterrosa became the 33rd person killed by the Vallejo Police Department since 2000.
Texas Police Want Uvalde Bodycam Footage Suppressed Because It Could Expose Law Enforcement ‘Weakness’
The Texas Department of Public Safety asked the state's Attorney General to prevent the public release of body camera footage in response to a public records request from Motherboard.
What We Know About the California Church Shooter
The shooting is being investigated as a possibly “politically motivated hate incident.”
At Least 13 People Shot at a Kroger Market in Tennessee
The local police chief said that the crime scene was “massive.”
Alleged Atlanta Shooter Claimed ‘Sex Addiction’ and Targeted Massage Parlors, Police Say
The suspect arrested in connection with eight murders has taken responsibility, police said Wednesday.
How to Live After Being Shot
They had nothing going for them "beside go outside, smoke, and chill." Then they started making art together.
At Least 5 Dead and 20 Wounded In West Texas After Gunman Sprayed Highway With Bullets
The mayhem began after a traffic stop on a highway between Midland and Odessa, Texas.
What We Know About the 3 Young White Men Allegedly Planning New Mass Shootings
Three men are suspected of planning mass shootings in Ohio, Connecticut, and Florida.
A timeline of summer gun violence in Toronto
The city has seen more than 220 shooting incidents so far this year.
Toronto wrestles with how to stop gun violence after spate of shootings
As people look for ways to protect themselves, the debate over more police or more community programs gears up.
Radio host who survived shooting still doesn't know if she was the target
Ashiana Khan had spoken out against violence in Surrey, B.C. before someone shot at her car.
Betsy DeVos is in Switzerland instead of at her School Safety Commission’s public listening session
None of the commission's three other officials will be there either