Gun violence again marred the annual pre-dawn Brooklyn street party, despite aggressive security measures implemented following the murder of a governor's aide last year.
More than 130,000 sellers weren’t visited at all.
"America’s longest-standing civil rights organization" is beholden to its white base.
The Dallas police department is among those embracing a new strategy meant to reduce community conflict. But the rising number of firearms carried by civilians can make de-escalation more difficult.
The post-Orlando debate is overlooking policies and programs that can prevent rage from boiling over into gun violence.
After the Orlando shooting, top NRA officials implied that guns and bars don’t mix. That’s not what the group's lobbyists have said.
The Orlando shooting shows it’s not what the gun looks like that matters — it’s how many rounds it can fire without reloading.
A New Hampshire shooting brings the mental health reporting debate to the state's gubernatorial campaign.
Kay Hagan’s 2014 loss in North Carolina showed how far upstart gun violence prevention organizations may have to go to match the NRA when it spends big.
It is a tested tactic, but this time the gun lobbying group is at odds with some Republican supporters.