Gun Violence

Gun violence is everywhere, all the time, and as unpredictable as it is predictable.

The development came amid Republicans' fearmongering on crime.

Since the rise of hip-hop in the early 1980s, critics of rap sought to tie the music to violent crime.

The ruling is expected to make it harder for other states to restrict guns amid a national gun violence crisis.

The nationwide anti-gun violence protests included a notable contingency of Black people devastated by gun violence in which white supremacy has many times been a motivating factor.

In Ohio, Republican lawmakers approved legislation that will allow school workers to carry guns without extensive hours of training.

Fox News host Laura Ingraham blames marijuana use for the mass shooting in Texas and other instances of violence in America.

Donald Trump Jr. claimed Salvador Ramos would have committed the "same" Uvalde shooting with a bat or machete.

During much of America's ongoing conversation about the root causes of gun violence, the makers of guns have typically escaped scrutiny.

Both Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and Sen. Ted Cruz doubled down on false narratives about gun reform while passing the buck once again. 

More than one dozen children were killed in a mass shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, in the nation's latest deadly gun violence. Texas has some of the loosest gun laws in the nation.

The most consequential of Biden's anti-gun violence measures—a historic $5 billion investment—has stalled in Congress right at a time when the U.S. is experiencing the highest number of shootings in over 20 years.