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.

A year after President Donald Trump signed legislation requiring states and federal agencies to add more information to the database that gun dealerships use during firearms purchases, a few states have missed a key deadline.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement on Wednesday arrested 284 employees at a technology repair company in a Dallas suburb on charges of working in the United States illegally. Officials say it's the largest worksite raid in the country in 10 years.

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.

With all the talk about property tax and school finance reform in the Texas Legislature so far, one has to wonder — what about guns?

More than 771 million people passed through airport security across the country last year. And mixed in among the liquids and wrapped presents, Transportation Security Administration agents are finding something else in passengers’ carry-ons: thousands of loaded guns.