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What is active shooter insurance, and does my employer need it?
In the aftermath, insurance will cover medical bills.
Hundreds of people die in workplace shootings each year. Why are lawsuits so rare?
Some laws make it hard to hold companies accountable, but some lawyers are willing to take a chance.
Is your office prepared for a workplace shooting?
Experts warn against an "it won't happen here" mentality.
The costly aftermath of a workplace shooting
Hundreds of employees die in workplace shootings every year. The aftermath is even more costly when companies aren’t prepared for potential violence.
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.
Would arming school officials be effective during a mass shooting?
Amanda Ripley is the author of "The Unthinkable: Who Survives When Disaster Strikes — and Why?"
The NRA hasn’t always been the NRA
The National Rifle Association spent about $5 million lobbying Congress last year. That’s up from around $1.5 million 10 years ago, according to the Center for Responsive Politics. But the NRA is not just a Washington lobbying powerhouse. Its reach extends across the country. Click the audio player above for the full story.
Recovery resources and funding options for mass shooting survivors
“You are dealing with people whose lives have been destroyed and money is a pretty poor substitute for loss.”
Shooting on Las Vegas Strip kills 50, wounds more than 400
Authorities say the suspect has died.
Everyone will pay more to protect police officers
Murders in Baton Rouge and Dallas have cities increasing protection for police officers.