After Mass Shooting, Public Wants Stories of ‘Heroes’, Not Shooters: Study

Print More

A candlelight service outside the White House for victims of the Pittsburgh synagogue shootings. Photo by Adam Fagen via Flickr

A series of studies of news coverage of mass shootings also found that whites involved in mass shootings are more likely to be associated with mental illness than African Americans . . .

Want to read more? Please subscribe to The Crime Report!