"Today was a huge day for GG. Lots of progress!"That's the latest word from Mark Kelly, husband of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-AZ) about her recovery from the severe injuries she received in the Jan. 8 shooting rampage during an event she was holding in Tucson.
Fifteen days after the shooting rampage in Tucson that left six people dead and another 13 wounded by gunfire, New York City investigators went to a Phoenix gun show and were able to purchase a handgun and extended magazine like those used in the attack even though federal law says they should not h
First responders at the Arizona shootings had an unusual tool: a fanny-pack-sized collection of first-aid materials based on gear used to save soldiers on the battlefield.And it allowed Pima County sheriff's deputies to begin treating the wounded in the crucial minutes before paramedics arrived.Tha
The shootings in Tucson reopened a debate on one of the most contentious issues in American politics: gun control.Political scientist Robert Spitzer says that, in the wake of the Tucson shootings, improving record-keeping to block sales to the mentally ill stands the best chance of moving forward —