Australia radically changed its gun laws after a 1996 massacre and bought back hundreds of thousands of guns from its citizens. Could the same work in the U.S.?
Progressive Twitter users lamented the massacre and used it as an example of the consequences of weak laws on gun ownership.
"When a culture is surrounded by, inundated by, and rewards things that celebrate death—whether it is zombies in television shows, the number of abortions—that we indiscriminately think is just okay."
"I've been shooting with him, and I mean, he's the best I've ever shot with, for sure," Guilfoyle said of Trump Jr.
His comment was in response to Oliver North equating gun control activists with "civil criminal terrorists" in an interview earlier this week.
Brian Kemp's video was intended to be funny, his supporters said.
"Our faith tells us to do what we can."
Aldean, who was onstage during the Las Vegas mass shooting, said he was a gun owner and was not against people owning weapons.
"THE SECOND AMENDMENT WILL NEVER BE REPEALED!" Trump tweeted, just a few weeks after he suggested seizing weapons without due process.
Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin's opposition to gun control appears to stem from personal anecdotes and dubious data.
"There is no reason why addressing this crisis should come at the expense of our Second Amendment rights," Pennsylvania State Senator Scott Wagner said.
Armed citizens "absolutely" distracted police when they drew guns during a Colorado Walmart shooting.
The filmmaker wants to repeal the Second Amendment. And he's not the only one.
The mayors call on Congress to oppose legislation that would force states to recognize concealed carry weapon permits from other states.
What led a respected conservative judge to uphold a sweeping gun control law?
Matt Bevin suggested people walk through troubled neighborhoods and pray with the community there.
Two Republicans are trying to pass a bill that would allow people in Wisconsin to carry guns without a permit or training.
A bill recently passed by the House would endanger more vets by removing them from the background check system, the author writes.