It glosses over the broader reality of who is most at risk of being murdered with guns.
An artist tests whether New Yorkers will give away their mother’s maiden name or part of their Social Security number for a homemade cookie.
California Senator Dianne Feinstein says “the evidence is clear: the ban worked.” Except there’s no evidence it saved lives—and the researcher behind the key statistic Feinstein cites says it’s an outdated figure that was based on a false assumption.
A decade after the ban expired, gun control groups say that focusing on other policies will save more American lives.
What happens to children and teenagers exposed to violence in their own neighborhoods.
A conversation with Dr. Jeffrey Swanson.
New legislation would increase CDC funding for gun violence research from zero dollars to $10 million. The NRA calls the push “unethical” and an “abuse of taxpayer funds.”
Has non-fatal gun violence increased or decreased over the past 10 years? No one really knows.
Since Congress pressured the CDC to stop funding research on gun violence, Dr. Garen Wintemute has donated more than $1.1 million of his own money to keep his research going.
The companies that sell information about how much money you make—and whether you’re pregnant, divorced, or trying to lose weight—are facing new scrutiny.