The Year Since Newtown: How Hopes for Reform Rose and Fell
December 12, 2013
A timeline, in pictures.
Gun Control Advocates Are Embracing a Tactic That Beat Apartheid
December 11, 2013
If you can't beat the gun nuts, you can scare off the people who fund them
Study: Newtown Shooting Was a Boon for Lobbyists and Media Alike
December 09, 2013
One side of the debate focused on K Street, while the other focused on advertising.
Sweat in Peace
June 14, 2013
Memorializing the dead at CrossFit.
Neil Heslin’s Father’s Day custom with his son Jesse (who preferred to call it “Daddy’s Day”) was to go to the local historical society for an antique car show where, for the holiday, dads and their kids would get in free.
This Is How the NRA Ends
May 28, 2013
The bigger, richer, meaner gun-control movement has arrived.
What Gun Owners Really Want
January 30, 2013
My father's Iver Johnson .410 shotgun, which he promised would be mine soon, leaned on its stock in a closet off the kitchen filled with other guns and camping gear.
Americans Back Obama's Gun Control Plan, But That's Not Enough
January 16, 2013
If it were up to the public, Obama's plan would sail through Congress.
Guns in Churches, Psychiatric Evaluations, and Other State Laws Proposed Since Newtown
January 15, 2013
What's cooking in your state?
Gun Control Could Save Veterans' Lives
January 08, 2013
In 2006, the Israeli Defense Forces made a relatively simple policy change that required soldiers to leave their weapons at their bases when they headed home for the weekend. The result: a staggering 40 percent drop in the suicide rate among soldiers aged 18-21, according to a November 2010 study. The study has received some renewed interest in America in the wake of Sandy Hook.