For South Florida's Peacemakers, stopping the shootings begins with helping people with daily needs — from diapers and groceries to medical care.
The new law, signed by Democratic Gov. Ned Lamont in June, bans the open carrying of firearms and prohibits the sale of more than three handguns within 30 days to any one person, with some exceptions.
Almost a year after rapper, Takeoff, of the music trio Migos, was shot and killed, Quavo, his band mate and uncle, travels to Washington, D.C. to discuss gun violence prevention.
New law will impose an additional 11% in addition to federal tax. It's one of nearly two dozen gun laws signed into law on Tuesday. but Newsom acknowledges some might not survive legal challenges.
Gun safety measures have stalled in Congress. Advocates have long pushed for a White House office to elevate the issue and coordinate efforts. Vice President Harris will oversee the new office.
The trauma Migos rapper Quavo suffered after witnessing his nephew Takeoff being gunned down last year is a disturbing experience he says he doesn't want anyone else to endure. These days, Quavo has turned his pain into purpose as a vocal advocate for gun violence prevention.
Nearly four dozen mayors from South Georgia to North Georgia want stricter gun laws.
In the midst of a school shooting, UNC's student journalists kicked into action, covering the story as it unfolded. Now, the paper's front page — a block of heart-wrenching texts — is earning praise.
Teens share photos or videos of themselves with guns and cash, sometimes calling out rivals, on social media. When posts go viral, fueled by "likes" and comments, the danger is hard to contain.
Read the letter emergency room pediatricians wrote to Georgia lawmakers about the gun crisis.
A grant program gives states a path around a 1996 federal rule that prohibits the CDC from advocating gun control — a rule critics say has had a chilling effect on studying who has been shot and how.
There have been nearly a dozen mass shootings this month and a total 346 mass shootings so far this year — each one leaving a heavy toll for communities around them.
A new report released by Johns Hopkins University shows that gun homicides rose 7.6% from 2020, a year that set a previous U.S. record. Firearms are the leading cause of death for those under age 25.
School summer break means idle time and idle minds. City officials are looking for ways to help teens stay busy and resolve conflict peacefully.
A year after the mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas, the NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll found the highest percentage in a decade said ending gun violence trumps protecting gun rights.