The families of two of the 20 students killed in a 2012 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School, are suing the town of Newtown, Connecticut and the local school board over alleged lax security, media reported on Monday.
The family of Noah Pozner and 8 other families of people killed in an attack on a Newtown, Connecticut, elementary school in 2012 filed a wrongful-death lawsuit on Monday against the company that manufactured the gun used in the attack, [the Hartford Courant reported.]
The Connecticut town that was the site of one of the deadliest school shootings in U.S. history might demolish the home of the 20-year-old gunman who killed 26 first-graders and educators, a town official said on Thursday.
An interfaith telephone effort in support of increased background checks on gun purchases is being held on the one-year anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.
EDITORIAL: In time for the first anniversary of Newtown, a new report highlights the need to improve mental health services. But that’s not enough to prevent another catastrophe.
The father of Newtown victim Noah Pozner helped the Forward clarify what happened to his six-year-old son on December 14, 2012.
The man who killed 26 people including 20 children in an attack on Sandy Hook Elementary School almost a year ago acted alone and his motive may never be known, according to an investigative report released on Monday.
Schools in Newtown, Connecticut, will employ extra security on Monday as the state releases its long-awaited report on the 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School that killed 20 children and six adults.
EDITORIAL: Veronique Pozner, who lost her son in the Newtown rampage, says ‘our compass is broken’ for not taking action on gun violence. It’s hard to disagree.
In the wake of the Newtown, Conn. shooting, one mother, Veronique Pozner, became a voice for gun control and an emissary of grief for a nation trying to comprehend the scope of the tragedy.