Actions, far more than words, spoke to the resilience of spirit in the aftermath of tragedy Saturday, as Gabrielle Giffords and her husband, Mark Kelly, planted a rose bush on the one-year anniversary of the deadly mass shooting in Newtown, Conn.
A federal judge on Monday acceded to a request from the Arizona Daily Star and lifted a court order that previously blocked the release of sheriff's records pertaining to the January 2011 mass shooting in Tucson.
specializes in the treatment of anger problems.
Tragically, the violence of mass shootings continues to punctuate our relatively calm lives. I used to scrutinize the details of these events and try to figure out why they happened and gain some insight into the presumably twisted minds of the shooters.
When Judge David Ostapuk ordered a woman into mental-health treatment in Tucson one day last week, he warned she can't have guns.
Former U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords holds hands with her husband, Mark Kelly, as they leave Newtown's Town Hall after meeting with state and local officials there on Friday.
NEWTOWN, Conn. - Nearly two years after being critically wounded in the Tucson mass shooting, former Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords on Friday met with families of victims in last month's shooting that left 26 people dead inside a Connecticut elementary school.
First comes the tragedy. Then comes the shock and the news coverage and the funerals. And then comes the outraged pundits, the politicians and the gun lobbyists. And then the talk, talk, talk shows led by puppy-eyed hosts watched by a sobbing, hand-wringing nation. We will talk about wh…
Jared Lee Loughner's attorneys and doctors worried his mental condition could deteriorate during a lengthy trial, prompting the decision to work out a plea agreement, according to a forensic report released Thursday by the U.S. District Court.
The University of Arizona is kicking off a Week of Civility