The legislators want suspected terrorists to be prevented from buying guns.
The Senate rejected four gun proposals in the wake of the Orlando massacre. Now what?
Despite the quick action, the gun control efforts are not expected to achieve the votes needed for passage.
Top court may decide this week whether to hear challenges to laws in Connecticut and New York that ban semiautomatic weapons.
Votes on four bills are scheduled for the Senate with 71 percent of Americans favoring new gun regulations, according to new poll.
Republicans and the NRA are under pressure to respond to the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
Trump tweeted that he wants to discuss “not allowing people on the terrorist watch list, or the no-fly list, to buy guns.”
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.