It has been nearly 20 years since the first mass school shooting in the U.S. -- the shocking tragedy at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado, on April 20, 1999. As a “credible” threat closed Columbine and hundreds of other…
How are those closest to the Columbine school shooting observing its 20th anniversary? Coni Sanders’ father, David, was a teacher and coach at Columbine and the only adult killed -- but not before he warned hundreds of students to safety.
By Kantele Franko, Associated Press
There's a new network of current and former principals who hope to offer support to other school leaders in the aftermath of violence.
By Terry Spencer, Kelli Kennedy, Associated Press
The community of Parkland, Florida, is focusing attention on its suicide prevention programs after two survivors of the Florida high school massacre killed themselves in a week.
By Stephen Wright, Associated Press
The New Zealand city where a self-proclaimed racist fatally shot 50 people at mosques during Friday prayers is known for its picturesque meandering river and English heritage. For decades, Christchurch has also been the center of the country's small but…
By Kristen Gelineau, Juliet Williams, Stephen Wright, Associated Press
They came together as one, more than 1,000 students from rival Christchurch schools and different religions, joining voices to honor the 50 lives lost in a massacre that has deeply wounded the cozy New Zealand city.
By Mark Baker, Nick Perry, Associated Press
Worshipers were attending Friday prayers at two separate mosques in Christchurch when they were targeted in what appears to be a racist attack.
By Terry Spencer, Adriana Gomez Licon, Associated Press
The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School massacre a year ago renewed the national debate on guns and school safety, turned some victims' parents and surviving students into political activists and at least temporarily ended the local sheriff's career.
By Matthew Daly, Associated Press
Democrats have promised action on a range of measures to address gun violence, including expanded background checks for sales and transfers of firearms.
By Ken Ritter, Associated Press
A high-stakes gambler who rained down a hail of gunfire, killing 58 people from his high-rise casino suite in Las Vegas wanted infamy and mass destruction, the FBI told the Associated Press Tuesday, but took whatever motive might stretch beyond…
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