The next time you hear someone repeating National Rifle Association pro-gun propaganda, respond with these points.
A recent incident involving Fox News' Laura Ingraham shows how the economy is now centered on such intangibles as brand image, whose value erodes if connected with something nefarious.
Truthdig's Michael Nigro documents Saturday's March for Our Lives demonstration in Washington, D.C.
In Washington, protesters line Pennsylvania Avenue near the Capitol, stretching back toward the White House. President Trump is away, at his golf club in Florida.
The president says he is “watching court cases and rulings” before taking action on raising age limits for purchasing some firearms.
The law signed by Gov. Rick Scott raises the age to buy rifles from 18 to 21, extends a three-day waiting period for handgun purchases to include long guns, and bans bump stocks.
During a rare weekend session that turned into a debate on gun control, state legislators agree to advance a bill aimed at increasing school safety.
The NRA could have predicted yet another school shooting, but not the immediate and unrelenting response of the student survivors.
In a White House meeting, Trump's call for speedy and substantial changes to firearms laws gives hope to Democrats.
Georgia's Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle says he would nix a tax break for the airline company because it is distancing itself from the National Rifle Association.