From San Bernardino, Calif., and Aurora, Colo., to Orlando, Fla., and Newtown, Conn., sites of memory honor those killed in gun violence, and survivors.
Guns are a central part of life in Uvalde, yet the deaths of 19 children and two teachers have opened rifts.
When the president asked why he couldn’t do something about assault weapons, people in the room recalled, his acting chief of staff replied: “You’d lose.”
The federal data shows a recent spike in assaults, threats and incidents of bias.
In the last five years, there have been at least 29 shootings with four or more fatalities, according to a database compiled by the Violence Project.
Finally the world agrees that Trump is exactly the man his fiercest critics said he was. But has the reckoning come too late?
An F.B.I. report on hate crimes also found that more murders motivated by hate were recorded in 2019 than in any year before.
A minister who doubled as a funeral director, he officiated at an El Paso service attended or livestreamed by thousands. He died of the coronavirus.
It’s not their top issue anymore, but many see it as a part of other, larger concerns.
A soccer coach whose extensive injuries kept him hospitalized died nearly nine months after the shooting, the deadliest anti-Latino attack in modern American history.