The public used to know when and how police guns turned up in crimes. But in 2003, Congress passed a law prohibiting the release of trace information.
The Golden Gate National Recreation Area issues a permit, citing the First Amendment, but bans all weapons from Saturday’s rally.
High-crime neighborhoods in Baltimore, which happen to be predominantly black and poor, are policed differently from white, upper-class neighborhoods. And to some degree, that’s legal.
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Our investigation found regulators in California and many other states frequently license armed guards who are poorly trained, mentally unstable and prone to violence.
Armed security guards in California soon may be required to pass a mental health evaluation if they want to carry a gun on the job.
Why are mass killings so rare in Japan? Heavy regulation of firearms is one big reason – almost nobody owns a gun there.
In the wake of mass shootings, businesses, school districts and towns often turn to armed guards. But armed security guards can introduce a new kind of danger.
Reveal’s Stan Alcorn flew to Orlando, Florida, the day after the Pulse nightclub shooting with a borrowed radio kit and a simple assignment: Get to know a survivor. Bring back a person, not just a soundbite.
This week’s attack on a nightclub in Orlando, Florida, was the largest mass shooting in American history. On this hour of Reveal, we go to Orlando to hear from the LGBT community targeted by this violence.
We use sound to illustrate the lives of the 49 victims of the Orlando, Florida, mass shooting over the course of 50 years.