We Asked People Around the World What They Think of U.S. Gun Laws

"I think all these laws are the result of American capitalism."
Jada Butler
Mass Shootings

The Dumpster Fire at the NRA Could Be Gun Control Advocates' Big Chance

A summer of scandal and fundraising woes have weakened the National Rifle Association. But don't count them out.
Matt Laslo
Mass Shootings

Texas Is About to Make It Easier, Not Harder, to Carry a Gun

The state is loosening regulations on firearms in schools, churches, and foster homes.
Tim Marcin
Mass Shooting

Even 31 Dead Might Not Get "Red Flag" Gun Laws Passed in Ohio and Texas

But President Donald Trump wants them.
Carter Sherman

White Men Keep Killing Themselves With Guns. The NRA Is Making It Worse.

The gun lobby's resistance to "red flag" laws puts its own members at risk.
Jonathan Metzl

Now That NRATV Is Dead, Watch Seven of Its Most Unhinged Segments

From Dana Loesch putting a KKK hood on Thomas the Tank Engine to some guy calling weed "a prostitute of sorts."
Drew Schwartz

Parkland Survivor Kyle Kashuv Was Going to Harvard. Then His Old Messages with Racial Slurs Surfaced.

He said Harvard rescinded his acceptance Monday.
Emma Ockerman
VICE News Tonight on HBO

The NRA's Newest Board Member Wants to End the “Game of Thrones” Infighting

A "capitalist marksman" with a popular podcast, Anthony Colandro wants to save the NRA.
Joshua Hersh
Synagogue Shooting

A good guy with a gun — and “Jesus Christ” — can stop mass shootings, NRA members say

“There needs to be more light in the world,” one attendee at the NRA's annual conference said. “And that light comes from Jesus Christ.”
Tess Owen

The NRA is in crisis. Its members aren't too worried.

The NRA board president stepped down on Saturday, while New York opened an investigation into the association's finances.
Tess Owen
maria butina

"I destroyed my own life": Maria Butina is very sorry she conspired to influence the U.S. election

The pro-gun, alleged Russian agent is going to jail for 18 months.
Emma Ockerman
very fine people

Trump just defended the Charlottesville white nationalists again

“I was talking about people who went because they felt very strongly about the monument to Robert E. Lee"
Rex Santus