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Inside a School Where Teachers Pack Heat

By Nicholas Kusnetz It wasn’t quite cold enough to need a vest on a recent Texas morning, but Matt Dossey was wearing one anyway. Made of heavy canvas, the vest might have concealed a pistol. There was no way to … Continue reading

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Newtown Anniversary: Why Nothing Was Done in Response (Again)

By Brian Lowry Looking back on the column I wrote in the immediate aftermath of the horrific school shooting in Newtown, Conn. on Dec. 14, 2012, it appears my analysis was about half-right. But it was correct in the way … Continue reading

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The School Shootings You Didn’t Hear About—One Every Two Weeks Since Newtown

By Brandy Zadrozny In the year since Newtown, at least 24 school shootings have claimed at least 17 lives, according to a Daily Beast investigation. Has anything really changed? In the year since 20 first-graders were shot and killed at … Continue reading

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A Newtown Moms Reflections On Love And Loss One Year Later

By Alissa Parker Last week, I received a frantic phone call from Robbies brother, James, who was looking for his wife, Natalie. James and Natalie moved to Connecticut two months after our family did and have been our solid rock … Continue reading

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In Newtown, memorials are gone but reminders are everywhere

By Lee Higgins Just two weeks after the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School last December, the elaborate memorials that drew hundreds of mourners from around the country came down. Gone were the 26 Christmas trees — one for each … Continue reading

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