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The Amish shooter’s wife: Marie Monville finds meaning 7 years later

In coping with her husband’s killing spree and its aftermath, Monville didn’t just cling to God in the shadow of tragedy, but spent her entire life unknowingly preparing for the wreckage she would face.

Chicago and Navy Yard make two ‘mass shootings’ in a week: Why do we still live and die by the gun?

(George Frey/Getty Images) A three-year-old, along with 12 other people, was shot last night in Chicago at a basketball court. … Continued

Navy Yard shooting: Haven’t we been here before? Let’s not end up here again.

Sept. 16, 2013Police personnel near the Navy Yard.Matt McClain / The Washington Post Doesn’t it feel like we’ve been here … Continued

Aaron Alexis was no Buddhist

Aaron Alexis, the former Navy Petty Officer and apparent murderer of 12 innocent people at the Navy Yard in Washington … Continued

How compassion stopped a gunman

(AP Photo/David Goldman). Shanique Worthey, right, is embraced by her mother Daphne Morris, while waiting to be reunited with her … Continued

Sikhs find faith in Oak Creek, one year later

On Aug.7, 2012 in Oak Creek, Wis., a candlelight vigil was held for the victims of a mass shooting at … Continued

CORRECTION: Feds release first guidelines for confronting a church shooter

WASHINGTON — For the first time, the federal government has issued written guidelines for houses of worship that are confronted … Continued

Feds release first guidelines for confronting a church shooter

WASHINGTON — For the first time, the federal government has issued written guidelines for houses of worship that are confronted … Continued

‘No Father’s Day’ campaign focuses on children lost to guns

Each Father’s Day, Neil Heslin and his son, Jesse Lewis, used to go to a car show. But that tradition … Continued

Lifetree Cafes offer space for tough topics

WATERBURY, Conn. — On a recent Monday evening, a room inside Christ Community Church was transformed into a coffeehouse with … Continued