A person driving a stolen white Honda Pilot drove up to a bodega on the corner of Clinton Place and Shephard Avenue and opened fire, striking nine people.
A wreath-laying ceremony was held in Annapolis on Tuesday to honor the five journalists and staff killed in a mass shooting at the Capital Gazette newspaper in 2018.
The need for solutions to the deadly gunfire tearing across the country has never been more urgent. There's talk of tougher laws and new approaches, but can any of it really save innocent lives?
The House has sent President Joe Biden the most wide-ranging gun violence bill Congress has passed in decades.
The vote late Thursday clears the way for expected House passage Friday of what will be Congress’ most far-reaching response in decades to the nation’s run of brutal mass shootings.
The Uvalde school shooting timeline shows it took 74 minutes from when police went into the school to the time they confronted and killed the gunman. Throughout that time, unknown officers are reported rejecting DPS Special Agents' calls to go into the classroom, saying, "Don't you think we should have a supervisor approve that?"
Senators have moved to the brink of an agreement on a bipartisan gun violence bill, meaning a vote could happen later this week.
The new law enacted by state lawmakers after the Buffalo mass shooting only restricts sales of “bullet-resistant soft body armor" which has legislators considering a possible solution.
"This is and was about gun responsibility," the video began. "Camila and I met with over 30 members across both parties. We met with leaders of the Senate, the House and the president."
Two people are dead and one other injured after a shooting at a church just outside of Birmingham on Thursday evening.
Payton Gendron, the white man who shot to death 10 Black people at a Buffalo supermarket made his first appearance in federal court on hate crime charges.
The outline of a bipartisan U.S. Senate agreement to rein in gun violence has no game-changing steps banning the deadliest firearms. It does propose measured provisions making it harder for some young gun buyers, or people considered threatening, to have weapons.
A group of Senate Democrats and Republicans announced Sunday the outline of a gun deal that includes modest curbs on obtaining firearms, plus aid for mental health and schools.
Motivated by a fresh surge in mass shootings, from Uvalde, Texas, to Buffalo, New York, protestors say lawmakers must take note of shifting public opinion and finally enact sweeping reforms.
Multiple people are reportedly injured after a shooting at a manufacturing facility in Smithsburg, Maryland, according to authorities.
Emily Morgan, 14, died from her injuries at the hospital. Two women suffered life-threatening injuries, while five men and a teenage boy suffered non-life-threatening injuries.
"We are facing a crisis that is killing more Americans than war," Adams testified. "I am here today to ask every one of you, and everyone in this Congress, to stand with all of us and end gun violence."
The legislation has almost no chance of becoming law as the Senate pursues negotiations focused on improving mental health programs, bolstering school security and enhancing background checks.
An 18-year-old shot and killed 19 children and two teachers at a Uvalde elementary school on May 24.
Axon's CEO said the drone plans were to discuss a possible solution after the deadly mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas. Nine board members resigned Monday over the proposed project.