Sandy Hook families argue the rifle used in the 2012 school massacre should not have been entrusted to civilians.
The families argue that the sale of the military-style rifle used in the 2012 massacre violated Connecticut's law.
Many desperate citizens have no where to turn, as camps fill up and provisions are in short supply.
The crowdfunding website seeks to raise money for a legal team to look into legal proceedings.
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.
President urges Congress to pass legislation to restrict access to semi-automatic weapons.
Families will get to try out the autonomous cars in normal driving conditions.
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.
A side agreement to the Iran nuclear deal has reopened wounds for the families of victims and former hostages.
About 30 relatives marched to the Malaysian Embassy in Beijing on Friday.
Two or even three generations living under one roof isn't just for losers anymore.
A new report, titled "America's Youngest Outcasts," shows more and more children and families are finding themselves without steady homes.
Amnesty International said that Israeli forces showed a "shocking disregard for the lives of Palestinian civilians" and "brazenly flouted the laws of war."
Parents' separation can increase behavior problems for children—especially those 5 or younger—but mostly in high-income families
"The dead mother thing? It's like a club. You're initiated. You get a tattoo. It is not going away."