Guns On Campus News
What college student says happened night he killed fellow NAU student: Part 3
In a police interrogation, Steven Jones said his father, an NRA-certified instructor, taught him to shoot at an early age.
Resources for US college and university campuses' gun policies
After airing our “20/20” report, "A Chance Encounter," about the 2015 shooting at Northern Arizona University, we wanted to provide our viewers with some resources that feature gun policies on colleges and universities across the country. Below are just a few we have provided links to, but we
Community colleges in Texas allow concealed guns on campus
"The View" co-hosts discuss a state law that allows licensed gun owners to carry concealed handguns at Texas colleges and universities.
A look back at the Aurora, Colorado movie theater shooting 5 years later
It was a cool summer night on July 20, 2012 in Aurora, Colorado as "Batman" fans took their seats at the Century 16 movie theater for a midnight showing of "The Dark Knight Rises ." The highly anticipated third installment of the Batman trilogy opened to packed auditoriums at midnight showings
A gun is discharged in a US school about once a week: advocacy group analysis
The gun violence at a California elementary school last week is hardly uncommon in the U.S., which has seen an estimated 220 shootings -- including suicides and accidents -- in schools and colleges since the start of 2013, according to Everytown for Gun Safety, a nonprofit that advocates for gun
Two Students Arrested for Alleged High School Shooting Plot
Two 16-year-olds are being held at Orange County Juvenile Hall in California.
'Far Too Much Planning' Went Into Mass Shooting Plot by 2 Teens on Florida Middle School, Police Say
New details have emerged in the alleged mass shooting plot by two teenagers on a Florida middle school. "Far too much planning" went into the alleged mass shooting plan for The Villages Charter Middle School in Lady Lake, Florida, said Sumter County Sheriff's Capt. James "Chris" Haworth. Two boys
Parents Disarm 15-Year-Old Who Fired Gun at Utah Junior High School: Police
A Utah junior high school was placed on lockdown today after a 15-year-old fired at least one round in a hallway -- but the teen was disarmed by his parents, who came to the school after being concerned that guns had gone missing from their house, police said. Police dispatchers received a 911 call
'TrumpLand,' Michael Moore's October Surprise
Michael Moore's new surprise documentary "Trumpland" was released without warning and without promotion. Still it quickly shot to number one on iTunes and is sending shock waves across the political landscape. Here's my "Nightline" coanchor juju Chang for more of our series "Inside the final 30."
After Orlando Massacre, Interest in Guns in LGBT Community Rises
Pulse nightclub shooting that killed 49 people was seen as a terrorist act and a hate crime, leading many gays and lesbians to buy guns for protection.