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The Kentucky native and co-creator of The Walking Dead ridiculed Republican Gov. Matt Bevin's claim mass shootings are a result of zombie television shows and America's "culture of death."
Birmingham Police are still trying to establish how the incident came about.
Guns are the second-biggest killer of children in the U.S., after motor vehicle accidents.
Former congresswoman releases statement decrying gun violence after three workplace shootings occur across the country in less than 24 hours.
"Bulletproof" singer Elly Jackson of La Roux has hit out at Fox Business Network over its use of the 2009 hit song for a segment on bulletproof backpacks.
A coalition that includes gun control advocates and educators is prepared to sue the Education Department if it moves forward with a measure to use federal funds to arm teachers.
Is the best we can hope for shootouts in classrooms?
The new rules expand the gun ownership eligibility pool by over 300 percent.
It's time to retire the myth that the youth tsunami will change everything.
In Canada, a firearm is nearly seven times less likely to be used in a homicide than in the U.S., according to Statistics Canada.
The listening session tour might seem like a good idea, but it's a direct attempt to fool Americans while doing nothing to keep us safer.
Tillemann, a Democrat running for Colorado's 6th congressional district on Denver's east side, recorded a video in which he blasted himself in the face with pepper spray to promote nonlethal self-defense methods for teachers.
Students and parents host a "die-in" at Mar-a-Lago to protest the Trump administration's handling of gun control on the second anniversary of the Pulse nightclub shooting.
It should've been a carefree night of dancing, laughing and celebrating life.
Let's stop pretending that we can enact gun control without impacting responsible gun owners.
The principal said she hoped the students would keep the shields with them in high school.
The #WearOrange campaign invites everyone who agrees we can do more to save American lives from gun violence to do one simple thing.
He also advised his 810,000 followers to start responding to all of Trump's tweets.
"Hope some old lady loses control of her car in that lot. Jus saying….." Coconut Creek police officer Brian Valenti allegedly wrote on the Coral Springs/Parkland Facebook page.
In less than a month, three Virginia children under the age of 5 have picked up guns and fired fatal shots.
Dana Loesch claimed the media uses the term "mass shooting" to keep the focus on weapons.
A neighbor said there is "no way" that the family would leave a loaded gun out. "They're good people, they're Christians," she said.
Critics have pointed out that North has profited from the violent entertainment he holds responsible for mass killings.
"They've been drugged in many cases," Oliver North said. "Many of these young boys have been on Ritalin since they were in kindergarten."
Former Education Secretary Arne Duncan proposed that parents hold a nationwide boycott of schools until U.S. gun laws are changed to protect students.
The depicted student was clearly not fond of the artwork.
"Putting your body on the line is a small price to pay to make sure that others don't have to die," said one student.
A California man took the initiative to draft and collect signatures for a ballot measure banning the possession of semi-automatic weapons and rifles. In response, the city of Huntington Beach sued Daniel Horgan.
It aired on television, completely uncensored.
The killing marks the worst mass shooting in Australia for 22 years.