The forgotten victims of gun violence
Updated 11:42 AM ET, Tue September 6, 2016
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'Too afraid to ask'
The trauma of losing a sibling to gun violence can arrest emotional and physical development. It can also complicate or delay grief. One expert describes how surviving siblings are affected -- and how friends and family can help.
'She never fell in love'
The other gun lobby
They are, sadly, growing in number: Americans devastated by gun violence. The connections they've forged are strong. But can they defeat the NRA?
The loneliest club
They are survivors of gun violence. But they also share a conviction: to use the worst days of their lives to make America a safer place.
The massacre that didn't happen
The case against 11th grader John LaDue looked like a slam dunk. Bomb-making material in a storage locker. A confession. An arsenal in his bedroom. But the case would turn out to be anything but simple.
Can cities stop the bloodshed?
Savannah, Georgia, and Richmond, California: Two cities on opposite sides of the country, each with a history of homicides and different approaches to ending the violence. See what's working and what isn't in this two-part series.
The story in charts and graphs
Guns per capita by country. Background checks by month. Deaths by terrorism vs. gun violence. See the visual story of gun violence in America.