Gun violence isn't only hurting the victims and their families. According to a new report, the American taxpayer is getting hit hard financially by picking up most of the tab of gunshot-related hospital costs.
The mall where a Maryland teenager gunned down two people before killing himself was set for a somber reopening Monday, under increased security, as police worked to figure out why the shooting took place and whether the gunman knew either victim.
Police in Indiana are trying to determine why a Purdue University student fatally shot a classmate Tuesday. Cody Cousins, 23, shot Andrew Boldt, a 21-year-old teaching assistant in a basement classroom of the school's electrical engineering building.
New Jersey ranks third in the United States, receiving a grade of A-minus, in a study of gun reform laws produced by the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence and the Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence.
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