The Air Force’s apparent failure to send the criminal records of the airman behind Sunday’s mass killings in Texas to civilian authorities allowed him to obtain guns.
What worked so well for Australia—firearm confiscation—unfortunately seems out of reach for the US Even so, there are common-sense approaches in some foreign countries that could work here Pictured right, California Lt Gov Gavin Newsom, who is proposing a 2016 ballot initiative to strengthen the state's gun laws Pictured above, California Lt.
Behind closed doors, the makers and sellers of firearms in the U.S. have told investors and Wall Street analysts that mass shootings are opportunities to make lots of money.
Expanding background checks, renewing the assault weapons ban and ending the legal sale of guns to people on the FBI's terror watch list are among 10 things the presidential candidate says Americans can do to save their lives and those of their neighbors.
In 2016, a new shopping channel will sell firearms, ammunition, hunting jackets and concealed-carry holsters in the households of a nation where 30,000 people die in shootings every year.
A look at the day's political happenings, including Harry Reid speculates about the likelihood of Congress taking up gun control again and scandal-plagued San Diego Mayor Bob Filner is due to begin therapy.
A look at the day's political happenings, including another state legalizes gay marriage and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie reveals how he's trying to slim down.
A look at the day's political happenings, including the House's 37th attempt to appeal Obamacare, and George Takei has some suggestions on how to deal with anti-gay hypocrites.
"Our freedom is under attack like never before," said Chris Cox of the NRA Institute for Legislative Action on Friday at the gun lobby's big get-together in Houston. As if that wasn't enough, Texas Gov. Rick Perry opened his mouth.