Zimmerman's attempt to commodify and capitalize on the death of Trayvon Martin is a phenomenon that has been happening in American since well before the founding of this country.
"I'm not one of those types who believe that any common sense approach to solving a problem is always trumped by the Second Amendment."
But the way the agency packaged the data obscures that trendline.
New voter models show that in the Democratic primary, the gun issue resonates most in the districts where electoral prizes are the biggest.
The answer is "basically never," even if you freak some people out by sending letters about how hundreds of CIA agents are watching you.
The state has a storied history of passing laws that protect firearm owners and prop up gun manufacturers amid a growing national conversation about mass shootings and gun violence.
Last week, police called for laws surrounding antique guns to be tightened. But how big of a threat do they really pose?
On the presidential trail, the Texas senator has taken credit for court victories in which he was a marginal player, while staking out no-compromise positions that obscure his former pragmatic streak.
Why Gun Owners of America is betting on it.
With two weeks left before the Iowa caucuses, the story in the Democratic race is Bernie Sanders's surge, and whether Clinton can successfully handle herself in the face of growing pressure.
A roundup of which nation-states humankind should be worried about this year.
We've been here before.
What to know about the president's push to require everyone "engaged in the business" of selling guns to register as a firearms dealer.
This morning, Obama announces plans to tighten background checks on gun sales, armed militants in Oregon have been told to "go away" by locals, a woman who rented out her apartment for New Year's Eve came back to an orgy, and more.
Presidents can't invent new laws, but they can tweak enforcement.
The president moves towards taking action on gun control—but he may not manage to accomplish a lot.
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.
For at least a few days after the tragedy that claimed over two dozen lives in 2012, gun violence took center stage in America.
Dogged by a relentless conspiracy theorist, one father has spent the past three years fighting to protect the honor of his murdered son.
These inmates have first-hand experience with gun activity—legal and otherwise—and most of them are skeptical the government can or will do anything to limit Americans' access to firearms.
Firearms have claimed 95 percent of the lives lost to terrorism in the United States over the last 14 years.
Republicans seized on the threat of domestic terrorists. But they don't seem to eager to stop those terrorists from getting their hands on guns.
Moms Demand Action was launched the day after 20 first-graders and six adults were gunned down at Sandy Hook Elementary School and is now a central grassroots force in lobbying for universal background checks on all gun sales.
San Francisco already has some of the toughest gun control laws in the country, and new legislation is only making it harder to legally own a gun.