While so many studies are focused on the physical injuries caused by gun violence, one expert is calling on researchers to also focus on the psychological effects.
Many Americans believe it’s rather common for police officers to fire their service weapons, but reality paints a different picture, according to a new report from the Pew Research Center.
Set off by the new 590 Shockwave abbreviated shotty from Mossberg, Ian and Karl with In-Range TV take on claims behind the home defense ability of a pistol-grip-only shotgun.
The methods of radicalization of U.S. citizens should be a bigger policy initiative for the government in the war-on-terror, not immigration orders, according to the authors of a new study released earlier this month.
Gun violence researchers at the University of California Davis’s Violence Prevention Research Program have been scrambling to download vital data since the inauguration of President Donald Trump.
A new group is trying to better understand Chicago’s gun violence problem, bringing community engagement experts and local researchers together to develop real world solutions.
President Donald Trump inflated the U.S. murder rate during his meeting with sheriffs Tuesday, saying it was the highest it’s been in nearly a half century.
Edwin Sarkissian made a composite armor sandwich from LineX spray in truck bed liner, 18 ga sheet metal, kevlar and ceramic floor tile. It stood up to 5.56mm, so then he brought in S&W Five-Hundo.
A report released last week concludes that the Pennsylvania State Police Academy created an environment where cadets easily cheated.
Experts and politicians have often compared gun violence to an infectious disease, using the term as a ready-made metaphor during debates and talk shows, but sociologists say that comparison could be something more than a simple rhetorical device.