Gun Violence

Schumer, the Senate minority leader, has criticized O'Rourke's plan for mandatory assault weapon buybacks.
The company says low demand is behind its decision to suspend production and sales of the gun to civilians.
The Democratic presidential hopeful doubled down on his controversial call for a mandatory buyback program for assault-style weapons.
It may go nowhere because President Donald Trump hasn't signed off on it yet.
The state has been devastated by some of the country's deadliest mass shootings -- but it also ranks as the worst in accidental gun violence involving children.
Chief executives of nearly 150 companies are calling on the U.S. Senate to pass gun-control legislation to combat mass shootings.
The heads of companies like Twitter, Uber, Lyft, Airbnb and Reddit want lawmakers to expand background checks and strengthen "red flag" laws.
Former Rep. Gabby Giffords will bring 11 gun safety advocates and shooting survivors to the debate. Six are survivors of the massacre in El Paso, Texas.
The House speaker warned the Senate majority leader that Democrats aren't backing down on the matter.
The city's board of supervisors is urging other cities and states, as well as the federal government, to follow suit.
The 2020 Democratic front-runner called the president's inaction "disgraceful" after another mass shooting in Texas.
A postal worker and a 15-year-old girl are among those identified as victims in Saturday's rampage that left eight people dead, including the gunman.
Here's what we know about the shooting, said Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke: "This is fucked up."
Tips about potential acts of mass killings have spiked, and law enforcement appears to be paying close attention to threats.
The retailer plans to spend up to four months on renovations following the mass shooting there.
President Trump's contradictory statements on gun policy this month have been confusing — but his stance has fluctuated many times in the last 20 years.
Survivors of the Parkland shooting are urging the government to declare a national emergency on gun violence.
A study of 21 individuals barred from owning firearms found none were later involved in gun violence.
A bill prohibiting sale or possession of the firearms was introduced months ago. It's co-sponsored by 200 Democrats.
News outlets are starting to erase perpetrators from the story. That may backfire.