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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.
Republicans want to prevent school shootings by tracking students online, a tactic that researchers say won’t work
A new Republican-backed bill intends to combat school shootings by incentivizing schools to surveil students and monitor their online activities.
A gun violence expert said that it will take more than universal background checks and red flag laws to prevent future mass shootings.
A look inside retail-related crimes, including the Austin yogurt shop murders, the so-called "Fast Food Killer," and the McDonald's massacre.
The arrests won't fully or permanently stop a person determined to inflict mass death — and the US is nowhere near close to tackling the root causes.
Some Colorado schools are getting buckets and kitty litter so students can go to the bathroom during lockdowns if there’s an active shooter
The teachers were also given first aid kits, a pop-up tent, and a Sharpie to write down the time if they have to stop the bleeding of a gunshot wound.
Cloudflare, a web protection service, once served a neo-Nazi website and 8chan, an online forum connected to three deadly mass shootings.
An expert breaks down the psychology behind the copy-cat threats that followed the recent mass shootings at Walmart
Walmarts across the country have been targeted with threats. These instances have received wider scrutiny after the El Paso mass shooting.
A breakdown of gun terminology to help you in discussions on mass shootings and debates over gun control
The gun lobby sometimes seeks to discredit gun control advocates by pointing to the incorrect use of gun-related terminology.
Trump shares campaign-ad-style video with footage of visits to mass-shooting victims in Dayton and El Paso
The video President Donald Trump tweeted late Wednesday had smiles, thumbs-up, and dramatic music juxtaposed with solemn visits to shooting victims.