When mass shootings take place, the media rush to publish details on the suspect's background. But is that approach one that does more harm than good?
While politicians argue endlessly over gun control, here are 10 practical ways the rest of us can work to prevent school shootings.
Tough-on-crime models of policing students don't reduce youth crime, but community engagement programs for at-risk youth can be beneficial.
When school shootings take place, beefed up security is often seen as a solution. Experience shows, however, that school shootings stem from social factors that require a different response.
A leading historian of constitutional thought says the contemporary Second Amendment debate is founded on serious misunderstandings.
Youth who are bullied may be at even higher risk than other youth for gun violence. These bullied youngsters were three times more likely to have access to a loaded gun, a recent study states.
New study finds potential cause of Breivik's crimes.
What happens to kids who survive school shootings? What are some of the damaging effects they are left to cope with?