Wayne LaPierre said Hollywood was teaching gun irresponsibility to the American public.
The president's comments strike a nerve in the fraught discussion of mental illness in mass shootings.
Spewing racial hatred and committing acts of murder is the very manifestation of violent extremism.
The video's message and presentation lays the groundwork for violent movements.
A Stanford scholar found that states with concealed carry laws actually experience increases in violent crime.
The gun lobby's video alludes to people—presumably those on the left—who teach children Trump is "another Hitler."
People are buying larger-caliber handguns, and they're not for hunting or recreation.
If the NRA's claim that guns help reduce crime were true, the U.S. would have the lowest homicide rate among industrialized nations instead of the highest one.
Two Republicans are trying to pass a bill that would allow people in Wisconsin to carry guns without a permit or training.
For the first time, long-term trends in the enactment of gun safety laws can be compared between states. The evidence suggests firearm laws are becoming better at protecting the gun industry from liability rather than protecting the lives of innocent civilians from guns.
At demos and online, Trump's extreme supporters come armed and ready for violence.
The former surgeon general, Vivek Murthy, was known for saying guns are a health issue.
A study has found that even those who own guns favor placing restrictions on where law-abiding citizens can carry firearms.