NPR's Scott Simon looks at just how prevalent guns have become in American society, compared to smartphones and cars.
During a visit to Monterey Park, Calif., Biden announced an executive order that aims to increase the number of background checks that take place and support communities impacted by gun violence.
At a time when mass shootings are regularly rocking the country, Stephanie Mercedes is takes guns and bullet casings and turns them into instruments of mourning. Some look like primitive relics.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives released a major report that details how stolen guns and emerging technology like "ghost guns" play a factor in gun violence in the U.S.
Seven people were killed at two landscaping nurseries in Half Moon Bay, Calif., about 30 miles south of San Francisco. A suspect has been arrested, officials said.
Crimson Tide forward Darius Miles and another man have been charged in the fatal shooting of Jamea Harris, 23, near campus. Fourth-ranked Alabama says Miles is no longer on the team.
The Atlanta City Council passed a resolution this week aimed at increasing gun safety and reducing the number of injuries and deaths from guns.
Fatal shootings near Atlantic Station Nov. 26 and at an Atlanta apartment complex Dec. 17 killed four teens and injured others. Mayor Andre Dickens and the Atlanta Police Department are calling the trend "unacceptable" after public outrage and a student protest.
On the Monday Dec. 19 edition of Georgia Today: Gun violence claims more teen lives over the weekend in Atlanta, holiday travelers should be on the lookout for human trafficking victims, and more jobs are coming to Georgia
On the Thursday Dec. 15 edition of Georgia Today: Georgia Power is raising rates, TikTok has been banned for some Georgians, Atlanta protesters face terrorism charges, and students rally against guns.
NPR's Scott Simon notes how common mass shootings have become in the U.S., and asks how this violence affects how we think about our everyday lives.
The store supervisor who fatally shot six coworkers apologized for what he was about to do while simultaneously blaming others for mocking him.
Monday on Political Rewind: Gov. Brian Kemp and Stacey Abrams debated over the weekend, sparring over abortion, gun violence, and COVID relief funds. Elsewhere, Barack Obama and Mike Pence headline rallies in Georgia. We also discuss the dangers of violent rhetoric after the attack on Paul Pelosi.
In a moment where gun violence has reached record highs, educators say they alone can’t keep students safe.
The South Fulton City Council is partnering with police on the city’s annual gun buyback. During the event, people who bring weapons will be paid while funds last.