Robert Shook was reportedly shot six times, but managed to raise the alarm which alerted police to the incident.
Trooper Juan Rojas Tovar was shot while pursuing the man suspected of carrying out a deadly mass shooting at a cabinet manufacturing facility in Bryan, Texas, about two hours earlier.
There have been over 100 mass shootings in the U.S. since the start of 2021. Nevertheless, Boebert has remained steadily opposed to Democratic firearm reform efforts.
President Biden is set to sign three executive orders targeting gun violence on Thursday, but student activists are calling on the president to do more with his executive authority.
Adams reportedly killed himself on Thursday, the morning after five were left dead in a mass shooting in Rock Hill, South Carolina.
One woman and six men were shot in Chicago's Englewood neighborhood after a fight broke out late Monday night.
A large crowd of people had gathered to celebrate Easter in W.C. Patton Park in Birmingham, Alabama when gunfire erupted.
"A child was just shot dead among three others in an office building, welcome to America," Parkland survivor Cameron Kasky tweeted on Thursday.
A shooting in Orange, California, on March 31 followed high-profile mass killings in Atlanta and Boulder, Colorado.
Four people were killed and another victim was injured during the incident at an office building on Wednesday evening.
Local politicians said they were "saddened" by news of the attack in which four people were killed.
Police reportedly shot the gunman, apprehended them and then took them to a hospital. But the motive for the shooting remains unknown.
He founded a Ku Klux Klan chapter in the Carolinas and also told jurors that he would kill more Jewish people if he got the chance.
"What we need to do is try to find a place where we can land, a place where there's some common ground," the Pennsylvania senator said on gun reform legislation.
"I had always hoped that when that moment inevitably came, USA TODAY would stand by me and my track record of speaking the truth about systemic racism," Hemal Jhaveri wrote about the newsroom she was employed by for eight years.
Manliness itself is increasingly viewed not as a virtue to be nourished and cherished, but as a "toxic" vestige of a bygone barbarism.
"People are going to be in recovery long after the cameras go away," Heather Martin told Newsweek after a gunman killed 10 people at a supermarket in Colorado.
The drop is driven by Republicans, with GOP voters' support for stricter regulations declining by double-digits since 2019.
In a statement to Newsweek, the NRA said it will "continue to be the leading gun rights advocate on Capitol Hill."
Rico Marley, 22, was detained on Wednesday after walking into an Atlanta, Georgia Publix supermarket while wearing body armor and carrying five guns.
Two tragic mass shootings in the last week, first in Atlanta, Georgia then in Boulder, Colorado, have shocked the nation—and forced us into our familiar partisan camps in the same debate over gun control.
2021 has already seen a dramatic rise in the number of mass shootings compared to the same point in 2020.
"This is not and should not be a partisan issue—it is an American issue," President Joe Biden said Tuesday.
President Joe Biden has urged Congress to act on guns following the mass shootings in Georgia and Colorado.
The Colorado representative defended the carrying of weapons, telling Newsmax "bad people do bad things."
A Republican proposal to block potential new federal gun laws from applying in South Carolina moved forward on Tuesday, one day after a deadly mass shooting in Boulder, Colorado left 10 people dead.
Among the Twitter users that mistakenly identified the suspect to be a white male was Meena Harris, Vice President Kamala Harris' niece.
The state has experienced some of the country's most infamous mass shootings, including Columbine and Aurora.
AR-15s were used in the Las Vegas shooting, the Parkland, Florida, shooting and Monday's shooting in Boulder, Colorado.
The Colorado State Shooting Association said now was the time for grief, not reopening the debate about gun control.