Why It's So Easy for the Mentally Ill to Get and Keep Guns in America
The alleged Fort Lauderdale airport shooter was one of several recent high-profile gunmen who suffered from psychiatric issues but did not meet the high bar for a firearms ban.
Americans Stocked up on Assault Rifles Before Election Day
With anxiety swirling about Hillary Clinton's expected win in the presidential race, gun dealers reported a spike in sales of assault weapons.
How to Tell a Mass Shooting from Gang Gunfire: Lessons from the Streets of San Bernardino
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.
Talking to Convicted Felons About Gun Control and Mass Shootings
These inmates have first-hand experience with gun activity—legal and otherwise—and most of them are skeptical the government can or will do anything to limit Americans' access to firearms.