Parkland survivors confront lawmakers on gun control, local deputies to carry rifles at schools in Florida county, right-wing pundits angry after Twitter suspends thousands of bots, and more.
Gun enthusiasts are taking to YouTube to show off their favorite new culinary appliance for cooking up a few bacon strips: assault rifles. This is the new face of patriotism.
Power, Fantasy, and Gangland Killings: Journalist Iain Overton Examines Gun Culture Across the Globe
"When a man has a gun in his hand, he becomes somebody different—the entire power mechanism is changed."
The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence says that every day, 48 children are wounded or killed by gunfire across the US.
The military government has distributed 2,700 Heckler and Koch assault rifles to volunteers fighting the Muslim insurgency, a move observers say will only fuel violence.
"They are wasting a lot of money for no other reason than to look like characters from Call of Duty."
The NRA may be a bloated, possibly corrupt, excessively powerful lobbying force, but it's also the mouthpiece of a fandom more widespread than Bronies, Trekkies, and Furries combined and multiplied by a hundred.
While it can't be said that the first post–Elliot Rodger killing spree had a female perpetrator—killing sprees are just too common for that—the fact that one of these killers wasn't a dude makes for at least an interesting footnote.
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.