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.
"Guns are everywhere in my neighborhood. I want my community to know what bullets can do—and how they can exercise their rights."
But Trump still has his vote.
Unsurprisingly, they share characteristics with those opposing universal background checks.
This morning, Trump says he'd consider racial profiling, the Supreme Court will hear a challenge to gun control laws in two states, Star Trek actors mourn Anton Yelchin, and more.
America won't be safe until every judge, preacher, pilot, bar patron, and doctor is armed to the teeth.
Gun Owners for America is withholding its endorsement.
It started out as a joke, but my petition ended up attracting more than 50,000 signatures and becoming a national news story.
The answer is "basically never," even if you freak some people out by sending letters about how hundreds of CIA agents are watching you.
What could go wrong?
Something needs to be done about America's gun violence problem, but these arguments are duds.
A look at what the far-right hive mind has spewed out in the wake of the latest mass shooting.
After years of warning that President Barack Obama is coming after Americans' guns, the NRA eagerly embraced a new target, directing its deranged doomsday predictions toward the new Democratic presidential candidate.
A Second Amendment rally at the Texas capitol Tuesday will feature the Ghost Runner, the latest firearms contraption from 3-D-gun manufacturer Cody Wilson.
Attorneys general from 21 states are asking a federal court to overturn Maryland's ban on assault weapons. If a judge agrees, the case could be headed for the Supreme Court.
Unlike most entrepreneurs who make millions of dollars inventing pointless apps like Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, a Los Angeles-based entrepreneur named Mark B. Barron wants to use smartphones to solve America's gun violence problem.
Is the NRA going soft? If you're an open carry activist in Texas who likes to show up at Jack In The Box and scare motorists with your semi-automatic assault rifle then the answer is yes.
Last Sunday, Grace Baptist Church in Troy, New York, held a raffle for its congregants. But instead of giving away a dinner for two at the Golden Corral, Pastor John Koletas, a former Marine, decided to raffle off a far more powerful prize: an AR-15 assau…
Don Kates is a Yale-educated lawyer who started his legal career fighting for civil rights in the South during the 1960s. A few years later, however, he ended up at the NRA, defending the Second Amendment and inspiring many of the gun rights mantras peopl…
In December, the massacre at an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut, threw the country into a deep depression, followed by a fiery debate about guns. Companies hawking children's clothes saw sales skyrocket. One of these vendors, Amendment II, has b…