gun violence


Intimate Partner Violence Is More Common Than You Think

A brutal attack in Tennessee serves as a grim reminder of how commonplace such violence is in the United States.


A Middle Schooler Who Mimed a "Finger Gun" Got Hauled Off in Handcuffs and Charged with Felony

Another student asked the girl who she would kill if she could kill five people.


A Gunman Killed At Least 2 People Near a German Synagogue on Yom Kippur

A local Jewish leader says the gunman tried and failed to storm the house of worship, which was crowded on the holiest day in the Jewish calendar.


How to Live After Being Shot

They had nothing going for them "beside go outside, smoke, and chill." Then they started making art together.


This Designer Is Actually Selling Hoodies with Bullet Holes and School Names Like Parkland and Sandy Hook

A company founder defended his collection, saying, “Sometimes life can be painfully ironic.”


The Texas Lawmaker Who Tweeted a Death Threat at Beto Is 'Pro Life'

State representative Briscoe Cain was honored as a "pro-life hero" by Texas's largest anti-abortion group.


Trump Wants to Ban Mango Juul Pods, But AR-15s Can Stay

The administration says vaping is a deeply concerning epidemic but is turning a blind eye to another, much more deadly health crisis: gun violence.


146 Firearms Were Confiscated From One Guy After Workplace Shooting Threat Triggered Maryland's 'Red Flag' Law

His colleagues were unnerved and relayed the threats to their boss, who then contacted the police.


A$AP Rocky’s Onetime Lawyer Was Reportedly Shot in Sweden

Henrik Olsson Lilja was reportedly shot in the head and chest in central Stockholm.


The Odessa Shooter Was Fired From His Trucking Job Just Hours Before Rampage

He left behind a limited digital footprint, but neighbors say he was a "loner" who threatened them and liked to shoot animals from his roof.


The Parkland Survivors Have a Plan to Stop Gun Violence. Here’s What’s in It.

The “Peace Plan for a Safer America” calls for an assault weapons ban and a national firearms registry.


The El Paso Shooting Suspect Is Now on Suicide Watch

The decision was reportedly made by medical staff at the jail, but it’s unclear why.