Reading Time: 4 minutes Many mass shooters have a history of domestic violence, which means that taking their guns away after a reported abuse could save lives. However, that is not happening in too many cases.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Can firearm owners effectively fight for sensible gun laws? One major gun control group thinks so.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Will arming teachers make schools safer? Research says the presence of guns in schools creates a more hostile, aggressive, and dangerous environment.
Reading Time: 4 minutes US emergency room surgeons are so good at treating gunshot wounds that they are training military doctors. But how high is the price they pay for this expertise?
Reading Time: 3 minutes In 2019, we have stepped up our coverage of gun policy and gun violence. Here are some of our most interesting articles.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Youth suicides by firearms are increasing, yet no federal laws focus on preventing these deaths, leaving children victim to minimal mental health access and loose gun laws.
Reading Time: 4 minutes With two teenagers just killed at the latest school shooting in Southern California, WhoWhatWhy asks whether brick-and-mortar solutions can save lives.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Mass shootings do not just affect the victims and their loved ones. They are a major strain on the psyche of most Americans, a new poll finds.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Contrary to what we see online, on cable news, or in Congress, there are ways Americans can have a non-hostile, even productive, conversation about gun control.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Latest research reveals how suicidal thoughts, personal crisis, and desperation are often the dark subtext to mass shootings.