Hospitals often deal with the aftermath of gun violence, but they can play a key role in preventing it.
New research sheds light on the indoctrination process of radical extremist groups.
Most people believe you can win an argument with facts - but when "facts" are so often subject to doubt, are personal experiences trusted more?
Gun violence is a public health crisis that is notoriously difficult to study because of politics. Finally, a new research initiative has the green light to collect life-saving data.
By projecting lifetime risk, an alarming new medical study centers the human lives that will be lost due to gun violence and drug addiction in the United States.
The Response Act calls on schools to increase monitoring of students' online activity.
With little progress on other avenues to preventing mass shootings, one firm has employed architecture to save students.
Is it time media outlets stop publishing the names and photographs of mass shooters?
When you combine feelings of resentment with the societal praise of leaving one's mark, it forms a lethal cocktail.
The FAA is not amused by flame-throwing drones.
How do we combat the roots of these hateful forces?
The organization argues that there is no evidence for this claim.
President Trump has called for Silicon Valley to develop digital precogs, but such systems raise efficacy concerns.
It's not about what guns people have. It's who has them.
Gun safety laws have a historical precedent in the 1939 court case U.S. v Miller.
Over the weekend, Pete Buttigieg warned of the dangers of white national terrorism. Officials in El Paso agree.
The "dangerous people" framework is a myth.
How much bravery can and should we expect from police officers?
A new paper suggests gun licensing laws could be curbing violence in two main ways.
In the face of seemingly unstoppable gun violence, Americans could stand to gain by looking to the Swiss.
The CNN anchor made the remarks during a live broadcast on Monday night.
With the death of Markeis McGlockton, the debate over stand your ground laws has reignited. Proponents believe they make us safe, while opponents claim they encourage vigilantism. While a consensus may be inconclusive, studies suggest such laws aren’t as effective as their drafters intended.
A new Yale-Harvard study categorizes gun violence as a social contagion and a public health epidemic. If nothing changes, over 33,000 people will die at the end of a gun this year in the United States.