We talked to a constitutional law professor about how far a new Democratic president's gun-control policies could go—and whether they would be effective in reducing violent deaths.
Yesterday's die-in, held in New York outside investment firm BlackRock, Inc., proved that radical queer activism is still kicking.
The Republican nominee's suggestion that "Second Amendment people" could deal with his opponent puts the gun debate front-and-center for the general election campaign.
"When it comes time to pull a gun or a trigger, the standards need to be the same from coast to coast."
Why magazines refused to run the group's startling ad.
Share the Safety is a vicious, bleak joke, but it's the only kind of joke you can make about the debate over guns in the US.
This time, it was the Democrats doing the obstructing.
Amid the House sit-in, Democrats in the Senate are trying to back Republicans into a corner on the issue of closing the terror gap.
Who benefits from the endless cycles of sadness, anger, and partisanship that follow mass shootings in America? Just follow the money.
Trump tweeted Wednesday that he plans to meet up with the group to discuss (maybe) blocking suspected terrorists from buying guns.
They may have an unlikely ally in Donald Trump.
America won't be safe until every judge, preacher, pilot, bar patron, and doctor is armed to the teeth.
"Tough on crime" is a tested tactic, but this time the gun lobbying group is at odds with some Republican supporters.
And cops aren't so sure about the gun group.
Members of the gun group say they hoped to see the presumptive Republican presidential nominee prove his commitment to their cause. One of the NRA's top lobbyists says, "Get over it."
The gun lobby's support for congressional Democrats has plunged. So far in 2016, the NRA has given just $1,000 to a single candidate.
The presumptive Republican nominee then claimed that Hillary Clinton "wants to abolish the Second Amendment."
Gun Owners for America is withholding its endorsement.
Studies show that when a woman owns a firearm, the gun is far more likely to be used against her than by her.
Camiella Williams bought her first gun in sixth grade. She mourned her first dead friend in high school. Now, she is fighting to save other Chicago kids, however long the odds.
His newest foreign policy advisor Frank Gaffney, is a key player in the effort to remove Republican superstar Grover Norquist from the organization's board.
For all its perceived influence, the gun rights group declined to join the conservative effort to derail the GOP's unwelcome frontrunner.
Why Gun Owners of America is betting on it.
As investigators gathered evidence at the Inland Regional Center in the hours after the December 2 attack, longterm residents shared stories of one of the most overlooked strains of gun violence.