David Hogg

Survivors of the Parkland shooting are urging the government to declare a national emergency on gun violence.
Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg called on former Vice President Joe Biden and others to attend the forum, set for Oct. 2 in Las Vegas.
But the 19-year-old gun control advocate said these threats haven't dissuaded him from his activism. "I’m not going to stop," he said.
“I love you forever and miss you every second of every day,” tweeted the father of slain 14-year-old Jaime Guttenberg.
“The idea anybody could take joy in the destruction of young kids is absolutely outrageous to me," she said of the Covington Catholic students.
The gun control activist announced his plans several months after Fox News' Laura Ingraham mocked him for not getting into a few universities.
President Donald Trump's bonkers "stable genius" claim took sixth spot in Yale Law School librarian Fred Shapiro's annual list.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu awarded the March for Our Lives organizers the 2018 International Children's Peace Prize.
Trump's digs against "Lyin' Ted" could haunt the president as he campaigns for Texas senator.
“Darkest Minds” is set in a dystopian future where adults shun anyone under 18 because they’ve developed mutational powers.
Lauren and David Hogg tell how they went from mass shooting survivors to gun control activists.
Like Parkland survivor David Hogg, Rep. Katherine Clark was "swatted," and now she's renewing calls for congressional action.
Officer Brian Valenti wrote that he hoped a driver would lose control of her vehicle near a gun violence protest.
The officer lashed out during a "die-in" at Publix organized by Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg.
"Publix knows we're not going away," one gun-control activist said.
"We make these sick people known worldwide for their horrifying acts, let’s stop that."
At least 8 people have been killed at a school shooting in Texas, less than two months after the March For Our Lives gun control rally. Here’s how the Parkland survivors reacted to the news of another mass shooting.
“Lots of work ahead but the young people will win,” tweeted student David Hogg.
Mayor Nick Isgro told the Parkland survivor to "eat it" in a since-deleted tweet.