Research over the past decade shows that it’s nearly impossible to predict which individuals will commit gun violence, let alone find them through NICS.
Shortly after the Dec. 14, 2012, shooting, Connecticut’s six highest-ranked lawmakers decided to write new lawsinstead of allowing committees to take control.
Four months after the elementary school shooting in Newtown, Conn., lawmakers banned 115 types of semiautomatic firearms. Four months after the shooting of a congresswoman and a federal judge in Tucson, lawmakers in Arizona declared the Colt Single Action Army Revolver the official state gun.
Interviews, letters and lawsuits from 11 current and former employees describe a dysfunctional system for escalating concerns, amounting to what one former official called a “culture of repression.”
A group of pro-gun legislators and lobbyists has guarded the Second Amendment in Virginia for decades
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The Faculty Senate executive committee chair is under investigation for allegedly making claims that the former business school dean had inappropriate relationships with senior University officials and was taking extra profits from GW's work in China.
As students look to cope with the losses of Asma and senior Lynley Redwood, they have found support across campus. Reminders for students to seek help, give hugs and call home have cascaded after the third tragedy to strike GW in about three months.
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As Chris Keefer spoke to more than 200 of his son’s former classmates on Friday, he held his wife, Christine, and daughters tightly, just like he did Tuesday night when the family learned of Sean’s death and comforted each other by staying in one bed.
The Keefers, who live in West Linn, Ore., had last heard from Sean on Sunday night. The family had missed his call while the four of them played a board game, but then couldn’t reach him.
The University sealed the gifts at a crucial time, just the way it’s drawn up in fundraisers’ playbooks: a slow courtship that aligned donors’ interests with GW’s priorities.
The Texas attorney general and secretary of state both said the state would begin enforcing laws requiring photo identification for voters. But Lyle Denniston, a legal scholar who has covered the S...
Texas congressional candidates rely far more heavily on large donors than office-seekers in other states do, a Houston Chronicle analysis of federal campaign data for the 2012 election cycle found.