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President Donald Trump came out strongly against gun control in a South Korean press conference Tuesday.
Several bills have been proposed to address gun violence, but the Senate majority leader said it's "hard to envision a foolproof way" to prevent attacks in America.
The president was asked if he could consider tighter legislation on firearms.
Armed citizens "absolutely" distracted police when they drew guns during a Colorado Walmart shooting.
Lawmakers outraged by the protections for gun makers recently launched a new effort to repeal them.
A majority of Americans want stricter gun control — but not everyone's convinced Congress can make it happen.
The president will meet with the friends and family of the victims, offering his support to those recovering from their wounds, and thanking first responders.
Stephen Paddock’s massive arsenal raises questions about gun regulation and hotel security.
Brett Kenyon lived through the Sandy Hook shooting near his hometown in Danbury, Connecticut. Then, Sunday, he was at work in the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, when the worst mass shooting in U.S. history took place.
Gun share prices rise after mass shootings with the perception that tighter gun control rules will follow and that people need to better protect themselves.
"Are we really prepared to say that we’re powerless in the face of such carnage, that the politics are too hard?" Obama said after Sandy Hook. Trump agreed.
New research sheds light on which children have greater access to guns and are most likely to use them. The results are alarming.
A judge rules people cannot carry their guns into the St. Louis Zoo.
Scream into the abyss and the abyss is only likely to scream back at you—even louder.
If the NRA's claim that guns help reduce crime were true, the U.S. would have the lowest homicide rate among industrialized nations instead of the highest one.
For the first time, long-term trends in the enactment of gun safety laws can be compared between states. The evidence suggests firearm laws are becoming better at protecting the gun industry from liability rather than protecting the lives of innocent civilians from guns.
Police have arrested a man suspected of nine random killings and more shootings after a year-long chase.
The court found that military-style assault weapons and large-capacity magazines are not protected under the Second Amendment’s right to bear arms.
One senator compared Trump’s opportunity to enact gun laws to President Richard Nixon’s visit to China in 1972.