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Anthony Cave

Anthony Cave reports gun culture as part of a new national reporting collaborative called Guns & America

Anthony loves telling stories that have an impact, regardless of the medium. He started his career in print reporting but spent the last two and a half years at the ABC affiliates in Phoenix and Sacramento, fact-checking politicians and humanizing proposed legislation. He enjoys using new tools to visualize data.

Anthony holds a bachelor’s degree from Florida International University.

The two giants of the North Texas aviation scene are feeling the impact of President Trump's announcement that the U.S. is grounding Boeing's 737 Max fleet. 

As the pops of gunfire echo around him, Monte Petersen stoops to collect small brass casings that recently flew from his .45 pistol. They jingle like loose change as he picks them off the gun range floor and tosses them into a bucket.

Dallas-based Southwest Airlines filed a lawsuit in federal court Thursday, alleging its mechanics union — the Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association — is illegally slowing down work to improve "position in ongoing labor negotiations."

Sandy Hook. Parkland. Santa Fe.

If it seems like school shootings are becoming more common, there is some data to support that.

Stephanie Bond was married to her husband for almost 22 years before he called her into the master bedroom one afternoon in February 2010.

"He pulled out a .45-caliber gun and shot me three times in our walk-in closet with three of the four children at the home," Bond said.

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