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The Monterey Park shooting should be the final straw for American...

Americans are once again facing the grim aftermath of another mass shooting, with one of the deadliest incidents in recent months taking place during...

Blaming video games detracts from the actual causes of gun violence

Since 1976, video games have been a point of controversy in society, especially in America. All of it centers around the moral panic that...

California’s proposed anti-gun violence office is a shot of false hope

California has some of the most stringent gun-control laws in the country, and yet it can’t seem to get out from under the pandemic...

Recent shootings and other controversial events should be addressed in the...

Disclaimer: This editorial deals with issues of gun violence and hate crimes The United States is again having to deal with the turmoil and aftermath...

Texas aims to pass House Bill 1927, which may allow open...

The First Amendment and issues regarding gun control remain a prominent issue of debate in the United States, and the popularity of this issue...

Enough is enough — we must ban assault rifles now

At the time of writing, at least 20 mass shootings have occurred since the Atlanta hate crime on March 16 which left eight people...

Grappling with gun violence: an unclear prescription for a painful diagnosis

A man with a history of unchecked mental instability, an unassuming facade, hyperbolized aggression toward an unjust world and, of course, a gun, walks...

UCR students “walk out” against gun violence

“The residue of many bullets lives within me.” These were the words of Katherine Maldonado, a sociology graduate student speaking at the National School...

More gridlock persists on gun control, but public opinion is changing

Teen survivors of the Parkland, Florida high school shooting travelled to the state capitol on Wednesday, Feb. 21 to demand action from lawmakers on...

There’s more to gun violence than mass shootings and police killings

On average, 33,000 people are killed every year in the United States by means of firearms. All too often, we hear on the news...