The covid pandemic has spotlighted the often-unseen role of public health in Americans’ daily lives. And the picture has not all been pretty. What is public health and why is it so important — and controversial? Dr. Ashish Jha, dean of the Brown University School of Public Health, explains the basics. Then, Joanne Kenen of Politico and Lauren Weber of KHN join KHN’s Julie Rovner to discuss what could happen next.
Eight people were wounded early Sunday when a person began shooting toward groups of people near a Fort Worth car wash and multiple people ret…
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has signed a series of gun-related bills into law, included one that lets people carry handguns without first getting a…
OPINION: "Everything’s connected. I can’t drink my coffee without my cup and I can’t hold it comfortably without the handle," writes Tucson doctoral student Kristen Hoggatt-Abader.
A Navy corpsman on Tuesday shot two other service members, wounding one of them critically, at a Maryland business park before traveling to a …
OPINION: "There is no one solution to the problem of gun violence. If we knew the cause, we could try to stop it; since there is no one cause, there is no one solution," writes contributor David M. Anderson.
OPINION: "I want a safer world for my granddaughter, who I am so excited to meet. A safer world for all of our children and grandchildren," writes contributor and January 8 survivor Pam Simon.
OPINION: " . . . Following numerous mass shootings across the country, a large segment of our population embraces the need for truly effective gun control," writes our latest local contributor.
Parents, friends believe 21-year-old Tucson man might have been saved were it not for an Arizona gun law that permits the same-day purchase of firearms.
Walmart moved guns and ammunition off the sales floor, citing "civil unrest" in some areas. The items remain available for purchase by customers.
Gun ownership is normally a topic of heated debate, but will it have an impact on the 2020 election? This election has many challenging topics to face; gun ownership might play a secondary role to the coronavirus, the economy and racial tensions. Dr. Michael Anestis, Executive Director of the New Jersey Gun Violence Research Center weighs in on the topic.
The U.S. Forest Service is reviewing a proposal from the Tucson Rod and Gun Club for a permit to build a shooting range along Redington Pass Road northeast of Tucson.
Gun shop owners said the only thing that has slowed down sales is a lack of inventory after the buying-frenzy in March.
"Your new firearm is your security made real. It is your insurance against domination. It is a tool with which to defend your body, mind, spirit, family, and community," says contributor Jonathan Hoffman.
Business at some shops is up tenfold, with waits of up to four hours.