"I'm not stupid," Carroll said regarding sleeping with a the gun, in an interview at her cabin in upstate New York.
"They don't get what we went through yesterday. They don't get what it's like to have to run for your life," said a student at the Colorado high school where two shooters killed a student and injured nine others.
"I was like, What if there is a school shooting and this is where I die?" one student said.
Florida officials said it is against the law—a second degree misdemeanor—to shoot sharks in state waters.
Police say the bullet tore through several walls at the property.
A woman was removed from a Connecticut gun hearing Monday after another attendee noticed her sending text messages threatening to shoot NRA members and a state lawmaker.
The gun that Hammer was handling was legally owned, and neither alcohol nor any substances played a part in his untimely demise.
"I stood my ground and refused to be a victim. We have rights," the driver, Mack Buckley, said on social media.
Officials credited another student and a school bus driver for finding the gun in the boy's backpack.
Thursday marked a year since the deadliest high school shooting in U.S. history.
The 21-year-old admitted to investigators he ingested meth prior to his flight to a rehab home in Malibu, California.
"People who are having mental health issues will often post on their social media pages that they're about to hurt themselves or others."
"They're not criminals, gang members or troublemakers. They weren't confrontational or argumentative during the ordeal but still were treated worse than animals."
"H.R. 8 would not have stopped many of the circumstances I raised, but a wall, a barrier on the southern border, may have."
Calvin Lindsey, 55, was facing charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and aggravated battery, cops said.
Mark Fitzgerald, 37, and Richard Kamrowski, 65, were detained after a side-swipe collision escalated into a dangerous altercation, police said.
An image of the handgun, a Glock, was posted online. The magazine appeared to be fully loaded.
Chicago woman targeted in suspected armed robbery had a concealed-carry permit and shot the teen in the neck.
"If we really want to start talking about the national emergency like the president likes to talk about, 40,000 Americans dying annually from gun violence is a pretty damn good one to start off with," the school shooting survivor said.
In the clip—uploaded to Instagram—the unidentified woman screamed: "God damn it, who does this to a woman like me?"
"I think we'll see activity, but I don't expect to see a lot of progress," Adam Winkler, a law professor at the University of California Los Angeles, told Newsweek.
"Keep F***ing with the NRA and you will be DOA," the letter reportedly read.
"This is not a topic that we in medicine or emergency medicine can simply look away and not see because it is so uncomfortable or political," the study's author told Newsweek.
Nowhere is safe— in the years since Sandy Hook, homes, concerts, movie theaters and places of worship have all been shaken by gun violence. Legislative action is long overdue.
"No Smocking Gun...No Collusion," the president tweeted.