Court Orders New Sentencing for D.C. Sniper Malvo

A federal appeals court threw out the four life sentences that Lee Boyd Malvo received for his role in the 2002 Beltway sniper shootings that occurred in Virginia when he was 17. The ruling cites the 2012 Supreme Court decision that mandatory life sentences without the possibility of parole are unconstitutional for juveniles.

One Dead, 22 Hospitalized in New Jersey Shooting

A 24-hour celebration that showcases local artists in Trenton, N.J., became the Wild West early Sunday amidst a fight inside a warehouse. One person was killed and numerous others were injured in a shootout at the Art All Night celebration. The violence was predicted in a Facebook post on Saturday morning.

Are Gunshot Injuries Becoming More Lethal?

Gunshot victims are four times more likely to die before reaching a hospital than they were a decade ago, finds a new nationwide analysis from Johns Hopkins University. The study followed up a series by the Baltimore Sun on the odds of survival for shooting victims.