In October 2019, I stood in a drab hotel conference room in downtown Toronto for an election campaign event on gun control. Lining the curtained back wall, perched on stools, were two rows of experts, mostly nurses, doctors and social
Biden will announce that the Justice Department intends to issue a proposed rule within 30 days to help reduce the increasing prevalence of untraceable, self-assembled “ghost guns,” a White House official told reporters. The details of the rule were not immediately clear.
President Biden is making a first step to addressing gun control by requiring checks on “Ghost Guns”, not guns that make people ghosts but guns that are not regulated and are untraceable. The idea that these can be homemade or bought online by anyone is
The issue of gun control has been vexing the powers-that-be in the US for decades. Nearly 40,000 Americans died in 2017 from shootings. This is a statistic that should send shock waves across people in any country, not just the US. It may lead one to the
Sumeet Kaur told the police that her brother Harinder Singh has been trying to grab the land that belongs to her and her mother.
It was the third shooting in the area in less than two days, and the latest incident of gun violence that has affected churches, cinemas and other public places in the United States.
The attacks occurred at two bars in Hanau, about 20 kilometres (12 miles) from Frankfurt, where armed police quickly fanned out and police helicopters roamed the sky looking for those responsible.
The row of trendy restaurants surrounding an office of the Shakespeare Theater Company in Washington reflects the refined tastes of a gentrifying capital. But down an alley, a mural depicts a very different drama playing out almost daily elsewhere in the same city.
The killing of 12 people in a Virginia Beach government building once gain draws into focus attitudes towards gun control in America. What is more alarming – and cause for grave concern – is the fact that it is the 150th mass shooting – with four or more people shot or killed – in the United States this year.
t’s very unfortunate that people around the world are being killed every day in terrorist or ‘lone wolf’ attacks (“12 dead after gunman fires ‘indiscriminately’ in Virginia,” June 1, 2019). A man who was identified as a municipal employee sprayed gunfire “indiscriminately” in a government building complex on Friday