Trump appears to have put his electoral stock fully in the gun-rights crowd, and at a point when the politics of gun control are shifting for the first time in decades.
These allegations of business impropriety mirror other scandals currently engulfing America's most powerful gun rights lobby.
The case originates from a domestic dispute involving Gilchrist County Sheriff's Deputy Jefferson Davis, who threatened to kill another man he thought was having an affair with his girlfriend.
The study discovered that a decrease in the immigrant population in local communities had no statistically meaningful impact on violent crime.
As the Campaign Legal Center noted, the transcript is not a complete accounting of the phone call, which may have included other discussions that did not make it into the final readout.
"I've heard from a lot of colleagues who are incredulous at how bad the talking points are," one staffer told Newsweek.
Tuesday's decision temporarily halts the trial judge's ruling until a full appellate bench is able to hear arguments from lawyers for both parties.
These measures may include revamping entry policies by installing buzzers or reinforced doors, or maintaining security cameras for better worksite monitoring.
Biden has dropped six points among primary voters since August, while Warren has gained eight points and Sanders' support has held steady.
The answer, of course, is no. But that hasn't stopped one proactive citizen from registering a fake campaign with the Federal Election Commission under the guise of a Pence bid.
This is just the latest accusation of professional misconduct to be leveled against Rose.
Carson reportedly sent an agency-wide e-mail attempting to preempt the outrage brewing over his remarks.
In her ruling on Friday, New York State Supreme Court Justice Doris M. Gonzalez appealed to concerns about the president's documented attempts to escape oversight from the judiciary.
The National Rifle Association and its estranged PR firm Ackerman McQueen engaged in a failed attempt at settlement negotiations to resolve ongoing litigation between the two organizations, a spokesperson for the NRA told Newsweek.
More than half of private-sector workers who don't belong to a union are subject to some sort of mandatory arbitration provision, according to the Economic Policy Institute.
Giffords and former Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe attended the event to promote Democratic candidates running on a platform of gun safety in the state's upcoming elections
A substantial majority of Americans do not trust elected officials, nor do they believe that those in elected office often face consequences.
While the vast majority of Americans do back modest efforts to curtail the availability of guns or shore up gun safety, the specific proposal O'Rourke is emphasizing divides the public's support.
Conservatives seized on the issue, with the party's leader Andrew Scheer declaring Trudeau "not fit to govern this country."
Despite being underwater nationally, Trump has sustained a net-positive approving rating in Florida, at 49 percent (compared with 46 percent disapproval).
Rural communities suffer the greatest economic harm from gun violence, according to the report.
"It does not take much imagination to conjure up the enormous harm that can result from the combination of illegal firearms, explosives, and drone aircrafts," prosecutor William McSwain said in a press release.
As Warren's star rises within the party, her favorability among black voters may continue to present a constraint on her future growth.
The vagueness of the retailers' statements and carefully-worded avoidance of the use of the term "ban" have become something of a Rorschach test.
Harris' renewed criticism of Kavanaugh's confirmation process comes after a new essay from The New York Times revealed a previously unknown allegation of sexual misconduct.
Some of these appointees are exceptionally young, extending their reach in the federal jurisprudence for decades. One of Trump's confirmed judges, Allison Rushing, at 36, is the youngest federal judge in the country.
The incident comes just weeks after an African-American staffer's office in the Department of Education was vandalized.
The topline proposal, perhaps the bill's most controversial, would establish a "full registry" of gun license holders.
In court documents, investigators explained how a widening entanglement of real estate transactions and fake court filings revealed a broader conspiracy to undermine U.S. government institutions.