A bullet wound in Queens is more likely to be fatal than anywhere else in the city. A single trauma center serves the borough’s southern reaches, and it’s struggling to keep up.
News and notes on guns in America
Parkland renewed enthusiasm for placing law enforcement on K-12 campuses. But research casts doubts about whether the approach prevents shootings.
Calling itself the “Google of Crime,” Forensic Logic processes and analyzes troves of gun-related data so officers can spot patterns and make more informed decisions in the field.
Years ago, most detectives stopped trying to retrieve fingerprints from shell casings. A new method, touted as 25 times better, could change that.
‘Everything That You’re Feeling Is Okay’
Las Vegas's death investigators witnessed the atrocities of the Route 91 shooting, then had to grapple with the difficult task of healing themselves.
Where the 2020 Democratic Candidates Stand on Guns
We polled every campaign on an array of gun policies. Here’s what they said.
The Art of Surviving
Isolated by their gunshot injuries, members of a resilient New York City artists’ collective are forging new identities through poetry, music, and design.
A New York judge ruled against the gun group’s former president, who sought compensation for expenses resulting from lawsuits involving the NRA.
A new survey finds that California gun owners are only half as likely to store their firearms loaded and unlocked as the average American gun owner.
Local officials say they’re unaware of the 'no buy' list.
Activists have long fought to make the most common form of firearm homicides an urgent, shared priority. Is their message finally breaking through?
A legal scholar breaks down the significance of a challenge to New York City’s strict gun permitting process.