Judge Rules Dayton Gunman's Friend Who Bought Him Body Armor Will Remain In JailA federal judge has upheld a ruling to keep in jail a longtime friend of the Dayton gunman.
Walmart Ends All Handgun Ammunition Sales And Asks Customers Not To Carry Guns Into StoresWalmart on Tuesday announced it will reduce its gun and ammunition sales, one month after more than 20 people were killed in a mass shooting at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas.
2 Tree Of Life Survivors Offer Opposing Views About Death Penalty For Suspected Shooter Robert BowersThe moment he heard a noise behind him in the sanctuary of the Tree of Life Synagogue Oct. 27 is seared in Joe Charny’s mind.
Justice Department Seeks Death Penalty For Alleged Synagogue Shooter Robert BowersThe Justice Department will seek the death penalty for the Tree of Life mass shooting suspect Robert Bowers.
Memorial Service Planned On Anniversary Of Tree Of Life ShootingsThe Pittsburgh Jewish community is planing to hold a public memorial service on the one-year anniversary of the Tree of Life shootings.
Former WVU Student Accused Of Threatening Mass Shooting Found Not GuiltyA former West Virginia University student accused of threatening to commit a mass shooting was acquitted by jurors after four hours of deliberation.
An 11-Year-Old Started The 'El Paso Challenge' To Help Community HealSixth-grader Ruben Martinez wants to hold up posters, pass out flyers and promote a challenge on Facebook he thinks will help his Texas community begin to heal from a devastating shooting that claimed the lives of 22 people and injured 24 others.
'Just Brings It All Back Home:' Pittsburgh Public Safety Takes Extra Precaution After Mass ShootingsBack-to-back mass shootings have cast a pall over the country -- trauma in Texas and Ohio, reigniting trauma back here.
Experts Say Mental Illness Isn't Main Driver Of Mass ShootingsExperts say President Donald Trump's focus on "mentally ill monsters" oversimplifies the role of mental illness in public mass shootings and downplays the ease with which Americans can get firearms.
The New Normal? Feeling Anxious, Nervous In Public Places More Common Following Mass ShootingsIf you find yourself looking for the nearest exits, or scouting out hiding places in public, you're not alone.
10th Anniversary Of Mass Shooting At Pittsburgh GymWhile the U.S. is still reeling from the second mass shooting in less than 24 hours, Pittsburgh has been here before.