On the 6th anniversary of the mass shooting in Parkland, Fla., gun control advocates experiment with AI-generated audio messages of recreated voices of victims of gun violence pleading for change.
Choreographer Jamar Roberts created a piece about gun violence and police brutality when he found himself sleepless over the issue. It's touring now with the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.
For young Americans today, who hold immense electoral potential, the volatile political world they came of age in may be affecting their mental health. Some politicians have started to talk about it.
Vice President Harris has been holding events at the White House and around the country on gun violence prevention. It's part of an effort to reach young voters and voters of color.
A new study in Pediatrics shows that an anonymous tip line for students is catching some gun threats before they can escalate. It is part of an effort to treat gun violence as a public health problem.
The attack just before noon sent police swarming onto the campus, while students barricaded themselves in classrooms.
Elizabeth Price's son Hisham Awartani was one of three men of Palestinian descent shot on Saturday in Vermont. Speaking to NPR from Ramallah, Price fears her son "is confronting a life of disability."
The University of North Carolina graduate student charged with fatally shooting his faculty adviser has been found unfit for trial after two mental evaluations, a judge ruled Monday.
Around 250 young playwrights wrote and submitted work as part of the annual contest, Enough! Plays to End Gun Violence. Six were chosen as finalists and had their work performed.
The grim news of the mass shooting in Lewiston, Maine — and a spate of shootings over the weekend — has again cast a spotlight on the gun violence death rate in the U.S..