A Pacific Standard analysis reveals the only other time a new Congress has introduced so many gun-control bills was in the wake of the Sandy Hook shooting.
Post-tragedy talk of gun control spurred many Americans to buy new weapons. Some died as a result.
As the FBI releases 1,500 pages of documents on Sandy Hook, the GOP refuses even to talk about basic gun regulation.
Where we worry most, we can help the least; and where we could help most, we care the least. Stopping gun violence is all about knowing where to start.
Why Obama's election also yielded a strange new obsession with gun rights.
Hardwire Armor Systems outfitted Delaware’s Colonial School District this year with bulletproof whiteboards capable of absorbing ammunition from handguns, shotguns, or assault rifles. No psychiatric evaluations of the technology and the effect it could have on children were conducted.
New research suggests that the further we are from a tragedy, either geographically or in time, the more we tend to think about it in abstract terms.
Republicans don't think so.
Some recent attempts to quantify the chaos.
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.