The real photo is from a Teen Vogue photo shoot, and shows Emma González ripping up a shooting target poster not the Constitution.
"I've learned to duck from bullets before I learned how to read."
"I have a dream that enough is enough," Yolanda Renee King, granddaughter of Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King, says at #MarchForOurLives
They have fought against gun violence and are all participating in Saturday's nationwide March for Our Lives rally.
As they fight gun violence in Chicago’s South Side, teen activists Vashon Edmondson and Trinity Cole-Reid are joining March for Our Lives on March 24 as part of the nationwide student movement to change gun laws.
BuzzFeed News explores how the NRA gained its political influence.
The cold never bothered him anyway...
Students and teachers all over the country participated in a walkout to protest Congress's inaction on gun violence in schools.
Protesters left 7,000 pairs of shoes in front of the capitol for children killed by gun violence.The memorial calls on Congress to “walk in the shoes” of shooting victims.
President Trump announced Tuesday he plans to replace Tillerson with current CIA Director Mike Pompeo.
The Northeastern University women's basketball team was in Philadelphia when the city was caught in a winter storm.
"If my dad got deported, I don't know what I would do."
Parker Curry and her mom, Jessica, went on BuzzFeed News' "AM to DM" to talk about the viral photo of Parker looking at the former first lady's portrait.
Women at the Academy Awards are always asked "who are you wearing?" But history shows the better question is "why are you wearing?"
The World Peace and Unification Sanctuary believes the guns are the "rod of iron" used to protect in the Book of Revelation.
We spoke to parents about their decision to get them for their kids.
If you come for teen survivors of a mass shooting with conspiracy theories about crisis actors, be prepared to get trolled right back.
Sheryl Acquaroli responds to the Florida House decision to not ban assault weapons
In September, a YouTube user named Nikolas Cruz left a comment on a video stating, "I'm going to be a professional school shooter."
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