COVID-19 and racial justice are the leading issues for Gen Z voters casting their ballot in this year's general election.
The suspect is alleged to have gained access to an online conference call and shouted, "Going to shoot your kid in the 2020 Columbine remake."
Fred Guttenberg was escorted out of the State of Union Address on Tuesday night after shouting "What about my daughter!" in response to Donald Trump's comments about Second Amendment rights.
A viral video being hailed "TikTok of the year" shows a women's boyfriend, Riley Howell, who died in the UNC Charlotte shooting, being enshrined into the Star Wars universe forever.
On the seventh anniversary of the tragic shooting, Mark Barden, a father of one of the victims, wrote about what can be done to prevent a similar incident from happening in the future.
Police are investigating after at least two people were injured in a shooting at a high school football game in New Jersey.
Suspect Saugus High School shooter Nathaniel Berhow has died in the hospital of a self-inflicted bullet wound to the head.
"If it had been a Muslim that had shot two American kids, Washington would be shut down today. Remember San Bernardino? Remember? Washington got shut down," Scarborough said on his "Morning Joe" show.
"How can we refuse to see that shooting in real time, demanding our attention, requiring our action?" Senator Blumenthal asked his colleagues as he learned of the Santa Clarita shooting.
"My son's school is holding 4 active shooter drills this year. The only clear impact of these drills is stress, anxiety and confusion on the part of children and families. I would end the drills or make them optional. Let our kids learn the right things," Yang tweeted Monday.
Sheriff Scott Israel was removed from office by the Florida Senate over allegations he bungled the mass shooting in Parkland.
Police say that Luke Joseph Dell made false school shooting and bomb threat claims as part of his plan to lure police away from a bank that he planned to rob.
An Iowa teen was charged with a felony after advertising for a 'school shooter' on Indeed.com.
"Wanna hear what is oppressed? My shot gun ammo because I am wasting it on minorities like you," the student wrote, according to police.
The arrest report says the man calmly repeated the phrase of shooting rich white kids at the school, and then turned to the officer and said "I'll shoot you."
Two Horizon Middle School students in Florida were arrested after police discovered they were allegedly planning a mass shooting at the school.
After discovering the journal, the mother reported her son to the authorities.
A therapist found the student "professed admiration for the perpetrators of the Columbine shooting, displayed a lack of empathy and other disconcerting behaviors."
Little evidence shows video games causes violence, leading researchers to believe racial stereotyping could explain why this form of entertainment is blamed when a shooter is white, but less often if they are black.
"Such statements written or uttered WILL NOT be tolerated," school officials said in a message to parents. "School safety above everything else is our NUMBER ONE priority."
Louis Henry Anderson Jr., 15, was detained by Madison County Sheriff's Office deputies after the department received a tip-off referencing his "electronic threats" about bringing a firearm to his school.
"It feels like as a whole, America doesn't care about our school children, which I don't even have words for how awful that is," said one teacher in Jefferson County, home to Columbine High School.
All Americans outraged after the mass shootings in El Paso, Dayton and Gilroy must keep applying pressure to their lawmakers to take action—not sides.
The #SchoolShooting hashtag has more than 1.7 million views on TikTok.
The local sheriff's office warned "it takes all of these threats seriously and those making them will be dealt with accordingly." A 13-year-old student was arrested this week over an alleged social media threat.
After 20 children were killed, Wayne LaPierre was criticized by many for his proposal to arm security guards to protect schools.
Kendrick Castillo, 18, who rushed at the shooter at Colorado's STEM School Highlands Ranch, saving the lives of other students, will be honored with the procession before his memorial service.
"What [senators] voted for yesterday is to introduce guns into the everyday reality of school. It's going to increase the risk of gunfire and casualty in schools, not decrease it," Fred Guttenberg told Newsweek.
Charles Frederick Landeros, 30, was killed following a custodial dispute on January 11.