As a Supreme Court justice, Amy Coney Barrett is likely to push a “history and tradition” standard for gun cases — a test that some gun restrictions might not survive.
News and notes on guns in America
Evidence suggests that a less aggressive approach can reduce police shootings, so cities are experimenting with new models.
Mass Shootings Are Soaring, With Black Neighborhoods Hit Hardest
Portland’s High Stakes Experiment to Shrink the Role of Police in Fighting Gun Violence
Away from the protests, shootings are on the rise. City leaders recently disbanded a police unit meant to prevent them — and what happens next might shape public safety for years.
Teachers across the country are struggling to give students the support they need. In Philadelphia, that includes finding ways to protect them from shootings that are approaching record levels.
Documents show that the NRA's new anti-Biden ad emerged from the same web of firms involved in potentially illegal coordination in 2016 races.
The conservative justices have shied away from taking another major Second Amendment case. The successor to Ruth Bader Ginsburg could change that.
"Looking back, I can’t believe how easily the abuse kind of became normal for me," says Michelle Jankowski.
We know that a public health approach can reduce gun violence. With budgets tight, funding those programs will take divesting from law enforcement.
Tracking gun violence tied to face masks, store closures, and social distancing rules.
While describing extensive corruption at the gun group, Joshua Powell’s book depicts its leader as an inept manager with a self-pitying streak.