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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.
Democratic candidate Beto O’Rourke says ‘hell yes’ he will forcefully take back assault weapons from Americans — here are 5 co...
While no country is a pure analog for America, its peers have taken massive, successive steps to driving down killings, like destroying guns in bulk.
CVS is just the latest retailer to come out against open carry, as the business world doubles down on store gun policies
In the wake of Walmart's decision to request customers from refraining to openly carry firearms in its stores, CVS is following suit.
"We know these decisions will inconvenience some of our customers, and we hope they will understand," Walmart CEO Doug McMillon said.
The NRA called Walmart’s new stance on guns ‘shameful’ and predicted it would cause shoppers to flee, but a new poll shows the retai...
CivicScience's latest poll found that a majority of respondents said that Walmart's new firearms policy wouldn't affect their shopping habits.
Walmart just overhauled its rules around gun sales in response to a series of deadly mass shootings — here’s how supporters and criti...
Democratic presidential candidates, March for Our Lives advocates, and gun-rights activists all weighed in.
As of September 3, 2019, there have been more mass shootings in the US than there are days. At least 313 people have died in mass shootings this year.
Democratic presidential candidates have a new approach for tackling gun violence: Treat it as a public-health crisis
Candidates like Elizabeth Warren and Cory Booker want to draw on tactics used by community-based organizations to fight gun violence.