The president spoke about the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history.
The attacker does not appear to have been directed by ISIS, Obama says.
If you thought it was too good to be true, you're correct.
The petition warns of the “possibility of an ISIS terrorist attack” during the convention.
Some Democrats fear Hillary Clinton's recent attacks on Bernie Sanders’s gun record and health care policy could hurt their party.
A Reuters poll found that half of Americans approve of President Obama's moves on gun control.
In 46 states, anyone can walk into a store and buy bullets, no questions asked.
There is almost nothing to stop manufacturers who make defective guns, even if they accidentally kill people.
A new CNN/ORC poll shows the president's plans to expand background checks at gun shows and for online sales have the backing of two-thirds of the country.
It is rare for those who provide guns to offenders to face any legal consequences.
A look back at his 2013 initiatives offers clues to what we can expect: not very much.
State executives already have substantial authority to implement new rules to reduce gun violence.
These weapons are readily available on the black market.
Activists called for expanded background checks for firearms purchasers and for a ban on sales to people on federal watch lists.
Rather than doing the right thing and cleaning up its act, the gun industry turned to Congress for relief.