After Connor Betts killed nine people, including his sister, in Dayton, Ohio, last week, acquaintances described the 24-year-old as a deeply troubled individual who was obsessed with guns, carried a “hit
American teens are taking a powerful stand against mass shootings in a simple way — with a hashtag and a sticker. They've been promoting the campaign, known as #mylastshot, following the recent back-to-back
Led by young Columbine students, these teens hope images of their bodies will be publicized if they're gunned down in a mass shooting. Kaylee Tyner graduated from Columbine High School last spring. For
Universal Pictures on Saturday canceled plans to release “The Hunt” — a thriller about a group of “globalist elites” killing people for sport — after two recent mass shootings that left a total of 31 dead
The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Refinery29. On Saturday morning as gunshots exploded at a Wal-Mart
One day after a young man with a military-style rifle gunned down 22 people in an El Paso Walmart, Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick summoned a familiar boogeyman. Noting that the killer had mentioned the violent
Trump and other politicians keep blaming violent video games for mass shootings. That just doesn’t add up.
On Saturday, a man with a gun in an El Paso, Texas, Walmart store took the lives of 22 people. The following day, a man with a gun in Dayton, Ohio, killed nine people — including his sister — in another