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US gun violence costs $229 billion a year: Study
Gun violence in the United States has reached the highest levels in decades and is taking a growing toll the country’s economy, costing the US nearly $230 billion in 2017, according to a new study.
Nearly 150 US CEOs press Congress to tackle gun violence
Leaders of 145 well-known US companies have called on Congress to pass legislation requiring background checks on all gun sales and allowing courts to take guns from "extreme risk" individuals.
Top Democrats urge Trump to fefy NRA, push for gun safety legislation
The top two Democratic Party members in the US Congress are increasing pressure on President Donald Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to support legislation to prevent gun violence.
Troubling rise of gun violence in US cities of St. Louis, Kansas City
From huge rewards to calls for allowing Missouri cities to enact their own gun laws, leaders in St. Louis and Kansas City are grappling with a troubling rise in shooting deaths, especially those involving children.
Troubling rise of gun violence in US cities of St. Louis, Kansas City
From huge rewards to calls for allowing Missouri cities to enact their own gun laws, leaders in St. Louis and Kansas City are grappling with a troubling rise in shooting deaths, especially those involving children.
California governor blasts Trump for 'culture of gun violence'
California Governor Gavin Newsom (D) has blamed US President Donald Trump and the Republican Party for a “culture of gun violence” following a deadly shooting in the state.
Intelligence forces bust gun-smuggling ring in northern Iran
Iran’s intelligence forces dismantled a gun-smuggling ring in the northern province of Golestan.
4 killed, 18 injured in gun battle between rival Indian political parties
A gun battle between supporters of India's ruling right-wing party and a regional rival party has left four people dead and more than a dozen others injured in the eastern Indian state of West Bengal.
US gun laws make no sense: Obama
Former US President Barack Obama has criticized gun laws in the United States, saying they “don’t make much sense.”
Most Americans frustrated by lax US gun laws: Poll
Most Americans are frustrated by the country lax gun laws and have little confidence their lawmakers will take action, according to a new poll released ahead of the one-year anniversary of the country’s deadliest high school shooting.
Six killed, over a dozen injured in bomb and gun attacks across Iraq
Iraqi security officials and medical sources say at least six people have lost their lives and more than a dozen sustained injuries when separate bomb and gun attacks struck the country’s northern provinces of Salahuddin and Nineveh as well as the eastern province of Diyala.
Kentucky grocery gun shootings were 'possible hate crime'
The fatal shootings of two African-Americans at a grocery store near Louisville, Kentucky are being investigated as a possible federal hate crime, US officials said.
California governor signs gun control bills into law
California Governor Jerry Brown signed several gun control bills into law on Friday, including one measure that raises the minimum age for buying rifles and shotguns from 18 to 21.
US gun violence 'human rights crisis': Amnesty
The gun violence situation in the United States has grown into a full blown "human rights crisis" amid inaction from the US government, says Amnesty International.
US may allow schools to use federal money to buy guns
US Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said Friday it is up to states whether to spend federal money to buy firearms as officials struggle to find ways to prevent school shootings.

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