Northeastern U Study: Mass Shootings Not an Epidemic, Was Worse in 90s

A new study from Northeastern University found that schools are safer now than they were in the 90's.

Northeastern University just released a paper examining the frequency of mass shootings.

Despite the tragedies in Las Vegas and most recently in Florida, James Alan Fox— the Lipman Family Professor of Criminology, Law, and Public Policy at Northeastern— concluded mass shootings aren't an epidemic as some gun control groups are suggesting.