by Justin Salhani Dec 31, 2015
457 people died from 353 mass shootings in 2015.
by Kira Lerner Sep 9, 2015
He said preventing mentally ill people from buying guns would work in Florida, but not necessarily other states.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Jul 11, 2015
"Inefficiencies or lack of time and resources leads to criminals and other dangerous people being able to purchase guns and, in this case, kill innocent people."
by Nicole Flatow Nov 3, 2014
“Get your gun now before initiative 594 gets you,” reads one online ad for a semi-automatic assault rifle.
by Will Freeman Jul 29, 2014
How an NRA statement against a Washington gun safety bill turned into an anti-Semitic rant.
by Ian Millhiser May 30, 2014
A small but significant victory for background checks in a House dominated by the NRA.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Oct 29, 2013
Christy Salters Martin was a professional boxer and owned a gun. That didn't stop her abusive husband from shooting her.
by Josh Israel Oct 25, 2013
Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli II (R) boasted at Virginia Tech, site of the 2007 shootings that killed 32 people, that he opposed universal background checks and was proud of his "A" rating from the National Rifle Association.
by Nicole Flatow Oct 1, 2013
In one of eight cases the justices announced they would hear Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court will consider whether some state misdemeanor domestic violence offenses are exempted from federal gun law.
by Aviva Shen Aug 30, 2013
Richard Schmidt had 18 guns, 40,000 rounds of ammunition, body armor, and a list of Jewish and black leaders in his region. Yet it was only by chance that federal agents stumbled upon his arsenal.