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Finding the American Dream through politics

Dec 9, 2019

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Shooting survivors describe their long-term recovery

by Tracey Samuelson Feb 19, 2018
Even years after an event, the trauma lingers.
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With mass trauma victims, Las Vegas hospitals are put to the test

by Dan Gorenstein Oct 3, 2017
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After Las Vegas shooting, gun stocks spike temporarily

by David Brancaccio and Jana Kasperkevic Oct 2, 2017
During his campaign, Trump has promised to defend the second amendment.
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Shooting on Las Vegas Strip kills 50, wounds more than 400

by Marketplace Contributor Oct 2, 2017
Authorities say the suspect has died.
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Why it's difficult to "always remember"

by Adriene Hill Sep 12, 2017
Maintaining memorials over decades can be a challenge for many communities.
Jane Thomas, collections manager at the Oklahoma City National Memorial, tends to one of the chairs representing the 168 people killed in the 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building the day prior to the 10th anniversary of the explosion.
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Some businesses bounce back, others struggle, a year after Pulse nightclub shooting

by Marketplace Contributor Jun 12, 2017
The Pulse nightclub hasn't reopened, and is now a makeshift memorial.
People stop by the memorial outside of Pulse nightclub to pay tribute to the 49 victims from last year's shooting.
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When it comes to trauma care, where you live determines if you live

by Dan Gorenstein Jun 17, 2016
Many hospitals can't handle those who are victims of mass violence.
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