Round 1 of the legal battle between the Justice Department and the tech company may be over soon.
Mass shootings in the U.S. have become commonplace. Yet the culture of gun ownership remains stronger than ever. Chris Hedges, A.J. Somerset and Dr. Taiaiake Alfred discuss gun culture in the United States and Canada on CBC Radio's "Ideas with Paul Kennedy."
In most mass shootings, politicians shrug that "stuff happens"—unless the shooters are Muslims.
What worked so well for Australia—firearm confiscation—unfortunately seems out of reach for the US Even so, there are common-sense approaches in some foreign countries that could work here Pictured right, California Lt Gov Gavin Newsom, who is proposing a 2016 ballot initiative to strengthen the state's gun laws Pictured above, California Lt.
UPDATE: The female suspect in the deadly shooting in San Bernardino pledged allegiance to Islamic State on Facebook, authorities said Friday. Meanwhile, friends and colleagues remember those who died.
Until our society recognizes that death comes from a gun, the list of place names that recently added Colorado Springs and San Bernardino will have no end.