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Mass shootings in U.S. 2019: There have been more mass shootings than days this year, according to Gun Violence Archive


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SOURCE: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/mass-shootings-2019-more-mass-shootings-than-days-so-far-this-year/
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The number of mass shootings across the U.S. thus far in 2019 has outpaced the number of days this year, according to a gun violence research group. Before this year has even ended, 2019 has already had more mass shootings than any year since the research group started keeping track. As of December 25, the 359th day of the year, there have been 406 mass shootings in the U.S., according to data from the nonprofit Gun Violence Archive (GVA), which tracks every mass shooting in the country. The FBI does not have a formal definition of a mass shooting.The toll of 406 mass shootings includes several high-profile attacks, two of which happened within 24 hours of each other:The GVA said there have been a total of 38,631 gun deaths — including homicides, suicides and accidents — and 28,895 injuries, as of December 25.By its final month, 2019 already had the highest number of mass shootings in any year since 2014, when the Gun Violence Archive started its count. Actress and singer Lea Michele is best known for playing Rachel Berry on the critically acclaimed TV series "Glee." She also stole the show as Wendla in the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical "Spring Awakening." Now the native New Yorker is out with her first holiday album called "Christmas in the City." Michele joins “CBS This Morning” to talk about what the album means to her. Boeing's Starliner spacecraft landed safely in the New Mexico desert Sunday after a failed mission to dock with the International Space Station. The unmanned spacecraft was supposed to dock with the International Space Station, but as CBS News national correspondent Mark Strassmann reports, things didn't go according to plan. President Trump is spending Christmas at Mar-a-Lago in Florida with his family, but he can't escape the turmoil of Washington, where an impeachment trial could begin in the new year.

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