Gun makers and sellers gather for their top conference amid a so-called "Trump slump," with numbers down and their top priorities in limbo.
Paul Whelan's social media history shows most of his contacts have at least some connection to the military. He is a citizen of four countries.
The education secretary's proposal to divert federal funds from needed programs to arm teachers in the classroom is a terrible idea and might be against federal law.
Manuel Oliver lost his son in February's school shooting in Florida. He has now made it his life's mission to control guns in the hope that no other parent will lose a child in the way he did.
The restraining order is issued as President Trump questions whether his administration should have agreed to allow plans for the untraceable and undetectable guns to be posted online.
The woman, a District of Columbia resident, tried to use contacts with the National Rifle Association to develop relationships with U.S. politicians and gather intelligence for Russia, court documents allege.
The former employee blamed for the lapse says she was working in the mailroom when she was given oversight of the state's background check system.
Gun control advocates hail the move as a trailblazing use of information, but Second Amendment advocates suspect it's little more than a way to get around federal restrictions on release of firearms data.
He will be the biggest celebrity to lead the group since the late Hollywood leading man Charlton Heston, who once famously declared that his guns would have to be taken "from my cold, dead hands."
In some cases the weapons were accidentally fired, and in others the firearms came within the reach of children or other unauthorized people, an AP review finds.