Latest news about gun control from Newsweek.
Students and parents host a “die-in” at Mar-a-Lago to protest the Trump administration’s handling of gun control on the second anniversary of the Pulse nightclub shooting.
The principal said she hoped the students would keep the shields with them in high school.
A neighbor said there is “no way” that the family would leave a loaded gun out. “They're good people, they're Christians,” she said.
About a quarter of Florida voters believed immigration was the most important issue; 13 percent cited gun control as their top concern.
The lobby group called for a boycott of the eatery because it claimed support for gun regulations on its receipts.
Florida school shooting survivors note hypocrisy that guns are being banned to protect safety of Vice President.
The research sheds light on the tragic reality of domestic violence.
The Parkland shooting survivor and gun control advocate celebrated his 18th birthday Thursday.
Campaign groups identify 10 states where pro-gun lawmakers could be forced out.
Aldean, who was onstage during the Las Vegas mass shooting, said he was a gun owner and was not against people owning weapons.
"They're all part of the deep state."
AR-15s and large-capacity magazines are beyond the scope of the Second Amendment and may be banned, the court ruled.
As interest in concealed carry weapons increases, so does the momentum on the gun violence prevention side of the firearms debate.