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Dr. Richard Alan Friedman, a professor of clinical psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medical College, weighs in
Ballot initiatives could be the new way forward for stalled efforts to reform gun laws across the country
Gun owners’ fears about Big Government, universal registry and Seattle liberals have them opposing background checks
State becomes nation's first to allow family to ask a judge to remove guns from relative who appears to pose a threat
Lawmakers approve bill to help train ‘school protection officers’ in handling firearms, expand open-carry rights
Family-friendly shooting ranges cater to – and commodify – a national myth of absolute power
The accidental shooting of a gun instructor by a 9-year-old girl has prompted debate on child access to guns
Study calls ‘shoot first’ approach ‘a solution in search of a problem’
Jurors on Thursday rejected Theodore Wafer's claim that he acted in self-defense
Brady fought gun violence after his own serious injury
On the first anniversary of the 2012 massacre at an elementary school in suburban Connecticut, Al Jazeera launched in-depth coverage of gun control issues and the right to bear arms.
Newtown, Conn., resident