HuffPost spoke with 11 black gun owners to figure out what gun ownership means in a country determined to keep its black populace unarmed.
At 15, Ruben Urbina had devoted friends and plans for college, but the 15-year-old was struggling with depression.
Yet an outdated federal law provides for keeping guns away only from abusive spouses and parents.
A USA Today review found that the FBI issued more than 4,000 requests last year for agents to retrieve guns from prohibited buyers.
The government's failure to enact gun-reform legislation is symptomatic of a broader failure to conceive of these mass killings as an epidemic. This failure is particularly apparent in the way we talk about motive.
There should be — there must be — a better way to cover a tragedy like this.
If it seems like the shootings are becoming more frequent, it might be because mass murder can catch on like an epidemic.
There may be good arguments against stricter gun control laws, but "we shouldn't do anything because mass shootings haven't killed as many people as Hitler" is... not one of them.
All six of the perpetrators of the deadliest mass shootings of the last five years had brushes with domestic abuse or violence against women in their past.
A Texas church was the scene of a shooting on Sunday, according to ABC affiliate KSAT. The alleged shooter is dead, and it appears there is no more active threat, police told the San Antonio station.
The appendage that helped mow down dozens and wound hundreds at a country music concert is for sale again.
Three people are dead following what police are calling a "random" shooting at a Walmart in Colorado, authorities said Wednesday night. The suspect has not been apprehended and police are currently conducting a manhunt for the individual.
Gun ownership in Massachusetts is steadily — albeit perhaps stealthily — on the rise.
In the hill country outside San Antonio, a safari-style world of rare and endangered species symbolizes the popularity and controversy of exotic game hunting.
When can they release their show about a superhero who shoots people?
Some leftists are rejecting the Democratic Party's stance on firearm regulation.
Bump stock inventor Jeremiah Cottle built an empire on the sort of device that let the Las Vegas gunman fire up to 800 rounds a minute.
The NRA's brand messaging over the last four decades shows just how political the organization has become.
"Sunday with Lubach" is basically the Netherlands' answer to "Last Week Tonight," and this is their take on gun violence in the US.
Former Mythbuster and DIY-guy Adam Savage loves the blaster from the original "Blade Runner" so much that he's made it himself multiple times, tweaking bits for screen accuracy as he goes.
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