Since the Parkland shooting, the business of staying safe in American schools is growing
A program targets young men with cash incentives to end gang-related violence.
For many police departments, new homicides are coming in faster than detectives can solve them.
After a deadly Kentucky school shooting, should the parent who failed to lock up his weapon be charged?
No arrests were made in the homicides of more than 18,600 black men and women.
The Post has mapped more than 52,000 homicides in major American cities over the past decade and found that across the country, there are areas where murder is common, but arrests are rare.
Lawmakers see their support for a bill that weakened the DEA’s ability to go after opioid distributors being used against them by campaign opponents.
The Washington Post has spent the past year determining how many children have been exposed to gun violence during school hours since the Columbine High massacre in 1999.
More than 187,000 students have been exposed to gun violence at school since Columbine, The Washington Post found. Many are never the same.
Everytown for Gun Safety’s figure is everywhere. Except it’s inflated and misleading.