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We’re the cofounders of the March For Our Lives. The threat of gun violence has plummeted at schools — but it’s risen at home.
March was the first month in 18 years the US hasn't experienced a school shooting. Meanwhile, gun purchases are up by nearly 85% since 2019.
An electrician, Navy veteran, and father of two small children are among the Molson Coors shooting victims
Poilice have identified the six people killed Wednesday at the Molson Coors beverage company in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Caitlyn Smith was watching her 10-year-old nephew when she decided to film herself holding a gun. While seriously injured, he is expected to recover.
Kylie Jenner, Nicki Minaj, and more pay tribute to Pop Smoke after the 20-year-old rapper was killed in a home invasion
The Brooklyn native, who was best known for hits like "Dior" and "Welcome to the Party," died early Wednesday morning in Hollywood Hills, California.
The $25 million in funding would be split across the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institutes of Health.
Two students were killed in a school shooting in Los Angeles on Thursday — here are 5 countries that have taken radical steps to eliminate firea...
While no country is exactly like America, other nations have taken steps to reduce firearm violence, like buying back and destroying guns in bulk.
As of November 14, 2019, there have been more mass shootings in the US than there are days. At least people have died in mass shootings this year.
A hostage negotiator is teaching classes on how to avoid death in a mass shooting. Here’s the life-saving advice he gives churchgoers and doomsd...
Billy Jensen is a hostage negotiator and kidnapping expert, and his "undercover soccer mom" class is becoming popular, as deadly shootings mount.
‘Joker’ makes an explicit connection between mental illness and violence. Here’s why that’s dangerous and wrong.
The film blames the villain's cruelty on his mental illness — suggesting that people with mental illnesses are inherently violent.
A gun violence expert said that it will take more than universal background checks and red flag laws to prevent future mass shootings.