"When you look at these photos of how it took place, you can see the actions within video games and others," said a leading Republican, suggesting a connection researchers say is not there.
"I Don't Feel Safe Anywhere": People Express A New Kind Of Anxiety Living In America After El Paso And Dayton Mass Shootings
"I’ve kinda had this fear for a while but it’s just getting worse."
The Justice Department is launching a task force of US attorneys to look at ways of prosecuting more domestic abusers who unlawfully have guns.
Elizabeth Lecron and Vincent Armstrong visited Columbine High School and exchanged letters with the Charleston church mass shooter, sending him literature about Nazis.
Ventura County Sheriff Geoff Dean is retiring tomorrow, and said leaving at such a tragic time "can't be any worse."
The answers show that teens see the nuances of the gun control debate.
Just days after surviving a mass shooting, a team of teens are trying to start a revolution from their parents’ living rooms.
But sensible policies to keep guns temporarily out of the hands of people going through psychiatric crises could reduce the annual toll from suicide.
Although they dominate the headlines, mass shootings are less well studied than other forms of gun violence. And with the gun lobby poised to pounce on any scientist who suggests new restrictions without cast-iron evidence, many are reluctant to stick their necks out.
Can law-abiding citizens with guns combat mass shootings?