America’s news organizations must acknowledge the negative impact our reporting can have — and pledge to change course.
The agency is now hiding its most unreliable numbers from the public.
Grappling with the strengths and the fissures exposed by a mass shooting in my hometown of El Paso.
What Gun Violence Prevention Looks Like When It Focuses on the Communities Hurt the Most
An Atlas of American Gun Violence
Five years. More than 150,000 shootings. How has gun violence marked your corner of the country?
Secrecy, Self-Dealing, and Greed at the NRA
The organization’s leadership is focused on external threats, but the real crisis is of its own making.
But public sentiment has rarely translated into action in a state where Republicans dominate.
This summer’s mass shootings have Congress searching for solutions to gun violence. Organizers in America’s hardest-hit communities say what they need is funding for programs already saving lives.
The gun group’s lawyer said “not a cent” of the nonprofit’s money was spent on helping executive Wayne LaPierre’s house hunt. But accountants flagged a $70,000 payment for doing just that.
Katherine Schweit thinks people don’t realize how much power they have to prevent mass shootings.
Critics say blaming mass shootings on mental illness is a canard that distracts from real discussions about gun laws.
Republican Governor Mike DeWine and his GOP predecessor both favored the civil gun seizure tool. After Dayton, there may be a new political window.
With lawmakers poised to revisit gun issues in the Lone Star State after the El Paso mass shooting, here’s a look at where things stand.