American Medical Association Endorses Proposals to Curb Gun Violence
The American Medical Association came out in support of a slew of progressive proposals to curb gun violence on Tuesday.
New Evidence Shows Waiting Periods for Gun Purchases Can Save Lives
Sometimes it helps to take a few days to think over an important new purchase.
There’s No Magic Bullet When It Comes to Gun Rights and Mental Health
Recent studies by The New York Times and the Mayo Clinic show how problematic restricting gun rights to the mentally ill can be.
Don't Bring a Gun to a Bear Fight, and Other Bits of Unconventional Firearm Wisdom
We can continue to argue about gun ownership and its relationship to violence, but studies have confirmed at least a few peculiar aspects of firearms.
Gun Ownership Neither Increases Nor Decreases the Crime Rate
You are no less likely to be a victim of violent crime in a country with fewer guns.
The Correlation Between Gun Ownership and Homicide Rate
If you control for developing countries and South Africa, with its history of apartheid and ethnic conflict, there is a strong link between the number of guns per capita and gun-related homicides in a country.
The Truth About Violence and Gun Policy in the United States
We need to stop spinning the research on mass shootings and acts of terror—the outliers—so that we can focus on more common and deadlier threats.