Nearly half of adolescent suicides are committed with firearms. Here, students embrace, sobbing, after a 15 year old armed with an assault rifle, a handgun and several magazines of ammunition killed himself and a classmate in 2014 at a high school east of Portland. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
Nearly half of adolescent suicides are committed with firearms. Here, students embrace, sobbing, after a 15 year old armed with an assault rifle, a handgun and several magazines of ammunition killed himself and a classmate in 2014 at a high school east of Portland. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer) Rick Bowmer AP
Nearly half of adolescent suicides are committed with firearms. Here, students embrace, sobbing, after a 15 year old armed with an assault rifle, a handgun and several magazines of ammunition killed himself and a classmate in 2014 at a high school east of Portland. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer) Rick Bowmer AP

Everyone cares about mass shootings. But what about the 2,400 or so kids who take their own lives with guns each year?

October 17, 2017 12:00 PM