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Could social media firm Meta have alerted authorities about the Texas shooter?
Meta wants to extend end-to-end encryption to its Messenger app and Instagram.
Texas school shooting: Details emerge in grief-stricken community
The 18-year-old perpetrator shot his way past two police officers and barricaded himself into a classroom to kill 19 children and two teachers at Robb Elementary School, witnesses said.
Scene at Texas school where gunman killed children
An 18-year-old gunman opened fire Tuesday at a Texas elementary school, killing many children, one teacher and injuring others, Gov. Greg Abbott said.
Europe too grapples with threat of 3D-printed ‘ghost guns’
Gun enthusiasts in the United States and Europe are making untraceable firearms using 3D printers. Can they be stopped?
Fatal shooting on Alec Baldwin film ushers in new gun control law
The state of New Mexico's could soon propose a law for special training for film industry workers on gun safety.
'Rust' film armorer says someone may have put bullet in gun
A statement from Hannah Gutierrez Reed says she did everything in her power to keep the set safe, adding fuel to theories the provision a real bullet was an act of "sabotage."
Who faces legal liability in 'Rust' shooting case? Euronews explains
Experts discuss who could face repercussions from the harrowing shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.
Guns on movie sets: How could the shooting of a crew member happen?
Exploring the structures in place on film and television sets that keep cast and crew are safe in the wake of Halyna Hutchins' passing on the set of Rust.
UK to check gun owners' social media after Plymouth shootings
British authorities announced the change in procedure following last week's mass shooting, the country's first in 10 years.
US federal judge overturns California assault weapon ban
A federal judge overturned California’s three-decade-old ban on assault weapons, saying it violated people's right to bear arms.
Indianapolis: At least eight killed in shooting at FedEx facility
At least eight people were killed in a shooting late on Thursday at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis, police have said.
Biden takes action on 'epidemic' of US gun violence
US President Joe Biden has issued an executive order aimed at targeting homemade firearms, known as "ghost guns"
Colorado shooting victims included store workers and police officer
Ten people lost their lives in a mass shooting at a Colorado grocery store.
New York attorney general seeks to dissolve NRA
New York state’s attorney general announced a lawsuit to sue the National Rifle Association (NRA) on Thursday, alleging that high-ranking executives diverted millions of dollars for personal use, which included luxuries such as multiple trips to the Bahamas.
'Multiple victims' in central Seattle shooting
The shooting occurred near the Pike Place Market, an area with heavy foot traffic and multiple tourist attractions.
Four dead, six hurt in California football party shooting
The shooting took place about 6 p.m. on the Fresno’s southeast side, where people were gathered to watch a football game,
Teenage Uber rider accidentally shot by driver, Florida police say
The girl was shot in the ankle and is in a cast. Police have ruled the shooting accidental, but the driver was charged with a misdemeanor.
Man fatally shoots son-in-law who was paying a surprise visit
The incident was "a horrible accident that should have never happened," the Santa Rosa County sheriff said.
Death toll in Odessa, Texas shooting rampage rises to 7
The death toll from the Texas rampage rose to seven on Sunday morning. The gunman is also dead.
Activist group calls for impeachment during a vigil for El Paso
On Saturday (August 10) night, duelling messages were sent outside the White House as the activist group Kremlin Annex called for gun reform and impeachment and as members of the El Paso community in Washington held a candlelight vigil to honour the fallen after a mass shooting a week ago.
'Racist go home': Protests as Trump visits cities after shootings
Trump's visits to Dayton and El Paso were intended to unite and heal, but his words preceded him and he was greeted by large, angry protests.
Gun-seizure laws often have bipartisan support. But do they stop mass shootings?
"Why the emphasis on red flag laws? It's something we can do," one researcher said.
Fact check: Trump suggests video games to blame for mass shootings
Researchers have long sought links between real-world violence and bloody video games. "We found a whole lot of nothing," said one expert.
Police unsure if Dayton gunman targeted sister in mass shooting
Nine people were killed in the shooting hours after 20 people were killed by a gunman at an El Paso, Texas, Walmart. Officials in Texas announced Monday another victim had died.
How does Europe compare with the US on gun ownership?
Here's a clue: It's not Switzerland.
Sister of Dayton shooter among 9 victims in the attack
All the victims were identified by Ohio officials on Sunday as well as the gunman.