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New gun control law puts emphasis on mental health
There's a disconnect between mental health funding and who actually commits mass shootings. The greatest effect may be on suicides.
How school shootings shape survivors’ economic lives
Researchers studied the lasting impacts of school shootings on students’ academic and employment prospects later in life.
How businesses cope with tragedy
Companies have to strike a delicate balance when they are caught up in a tragedy like a mass shooting.
8chan struggles to stay online after El Paso shooting
Critics say the online forum enables the spread of hate speech.
What companies can do to combat workplace violence
Receptionists are one of the most vulnerable people in any office, and yet they're often not included in safety training.
Shooting survivors describe their long-term recovery
Even years after an event, the trauma lingers.
With mass trauma victims, Las Vegas hospitals are put to the test
After Sunday night’s shooting in Las Vegas, emergency responders rushed hundreds of people to hospitals in and around the city. Most hospitals in the country are built to provide elective, predictable care. Few in the country have the capacity to handle that sort of surge – so how does a hospital prepare for mass trauma? […]
After Las Vegas shooting, gun stocks spike temporarily
During his campaign, Trump has promised to defend the second amendment.
Shooting on Las Vegas Strip kills 50, wounds more than 400
Authorities say the suspect has died.
Why it's difficult to "always remember"
Maintaining memorials over decades can be a challenge for many communities.