Radio host Alex Jones repeatedly has called the 2012 Connecticut massacre a "hoax" involving child actors.
The big questions about how Americans buy and sell guns—including the controversial AR-15 rifle—are likely to be settled in the courts rather than in the still-paralyzed Congress.
The Senate rejected four gun proposals in the wake of the Orlando massacre. Now what?
A lawyer for the gun maker argued Monday that it's not the role of a court or jury to decide who can own AR-15 rifles.
Votes on four bills are scheduled for the Senate with 71 percent of Americans favoring new gun regulations, according to new poll.
Trump first called for surveillance of mosques in November, as well as a database of Syrian refugees entering the U.S.
Republicans and the NRA are under pressure to respond to the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
After the worst mass shooting in U.S history, McConnell said he was open to suggestions from experts on legislation that could address the problem.
She could soon be charged in connection with the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
Sandy Hook families continue to argue the AR-15 rifle is too dangerous to entrust to the public.
A judge has denied a motion to dismiss a lawsuit brought by families affected by the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.
Mark and Jackie Barden are among 10 families suing gun companies for the weapon used in the Sandy Hook massacre.
"Customers weren't buying" the AR-15 rifles, a Wal-Mart spokesman says. The company will no longer sell the rifles after this fall.
Dylann Roof last week told police he wanted to purchase an AR-15 when they stopped him earlier this year.