Did Your State Pass Any Gun Control Laws Since Newtown?
The 20 states that passed 41 new state laws to restrict guns or improve background checks.
A Year of Gun DeathsWhat Slate learned from trying, and failing, to record every death by gun in America since Newtown.
It’s Simple: Fewer Guns, Fewer SuicidesTwo scientists explore a decade of data to find the tie between gun ownership and suicide in America.
How Many People Have Been Killed by Guns Since Newtown?Slate partners with @GunDeaths for an interactive, crowdsourced tally of the toll firearms have taken since Dec. 14.
Why Newtown Wasn’t EnoughGun control advocates won’t win until senators fear them as much as they fear the NRA.
Unfit To Bear ArmsPolice files from Sandy Hook and Tucson show we need more scrutiny of gun buyers’ mental health.
The Pentagon’s Unholy AllianceHow Chuck Hagel could single-handedly do more to advance gun control than almost anyone else.
Don’t Blame the Sandy Hook TruthersGun massacre conspiracy theories follow every massacre—fed in part by the NRA.
The Men Who Would Stop Gun ControlThey are House Republicans, and they have already heard enough.
DoubleX Gabfest: The Home for the Holidays EditionListen to Slate’s show about women and guns, This Is 40, and the agony (or ecstasy) of going home for the holidays.
Wayne’s WorldThe NRA didn’t persuade its critics. But it did trick the media into discussing its popular, gun-industry-friendly master plan.
Lessons From Newtown for Gun-Owning ParentsAdam Lanza’s unwitting accomplice: His long-suffering mother.
Why Obama Couldn’t Turn 90 Percent Into 60 VotesThe type of president who could cajole the Senate to support gun control would never have been elected in the first place.
Why Wayne LaPierre Loves Hurricanes and Natural DisastersThe NRA’s CEO no longer says the U.S. government is coming to get you—it’s that it can’t protect you.
In the Video Game the NRA Just Blamed for School Shootings, Everyone in the School Is Armed