While Parkland teens talk about the killing of innocents in the U.S., their message could easily be applied to another type of violence.
Manuel Oliver lost his son in February's school shooting in Florida. He has now made it his life's mission to control guns in the hope that no other parent will lose a child in the way he did.
The former employee blamed for the lapse says she was working in the mailroom when she was given oversight of the state's background check system.
The education secretary tells a congressional hearing that firearms are beyond the scope of the commission, which was established after a mass shooting at a Parkland, Fla., high school.
The march is one of several taking place around the country to protest gun violence and urge lawmakers to pass gun restrictions.
In newly released recordings, Nikolas Cruz said he was "going to be the next school shooter of 2018. ... Today is the day. Today it all begins. The day of my massacre shall begin."
It's not just President Trump: Republicans are increasingly ready to arm our nation's educators.
The president and the gun lobby combine to put fear and dehumanization in our hearts, creating a fertile environment for continued outbreaks of mass violence.
In some cases the weapons were accidentally fired, and in others the firearms came within the reach of children or other unauthorized people, an AP review finds.
Those joining demonstrations across the country are pressing for tougher gun laws and politicians who will enact them.