The Senate Majority Leader scheduled a banking reform bill for consideration this week, effectively delaying a debate on gun control in Congress's upper chamber as much of the country turns to Capitol Hill for stricter firearms regulations.
Kalashnikov USA has a facility near Marjory Stoneman High School in Parkland.
A sign reading "Shoot a .50 Caliber Only $29" was changed by a group advocating for changes in gun laws.
Retail giant Walmart announced it would be raising the age for firearms buyers to 21 and will ban items resembling assault-style rifles
A Harvard-led study found that gun injuries fell by about 20 percent during NRA conventions.
Police identified the man taken into custody on Wednesday after allegedly firing a handgun in a Georgia high school as 53-year-old social studies teacher Jesse Randal Davidson.
Representative Steven Long has backed Trump's proposed bonus scheme for armed teachers.
Gun control advocates may see this as war of attrition, but businesses cutting ties with the NRA might not be doing so to take a moral stand—it's just good business.
Many social issues divide Americans by age. Gun control is not one of them.
Will the initial outcry over the Parkland massacre give way to legislative inertia, as usual?
In a rare tweet to Trump, Denmark's Prime Minister Rasmussen pleaded the president hear out young Americans to "Make America great and safe again!"
Poll after poll shows near-universal support for some form of gun control, yet some politicians remain reluctant to cross the NRA. What are they so scared of?
The church is expecting over 600 people to attend the blessing ceremony of AR-15 guns.
If private citizens want to own guns, we should insist they receive real training.
David Hogg, a Florida student who has been critical of politicians, has been attacked personally by right-wing activists.
The student reportedly violated the school's "Withholding Information" portion of the handbook.
Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin's opposition to gun control appears to stem from personal anecdotes and dubious data.
The National Rifle Association urged its nearly 500,000 followers to "buy your loved one a gun" on Valentine's Day as a teenager in Florida was opening fire on his former high school classmates with an AR-15 assault rifle.
A bill would make it a federal crime to own a flamethrower, with hefty fines and up to 10 years in prison.
With a gun friendly president in the White House, gun owners expect big changes.