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The NRA-backed Greg Gianforte, Montana's new congressman, could also lose his right to carry a concealed weapon in his home state.
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The gun group stands by its man, even as his scandals threaten to derail its legislative agenda.
The Milwaukee lawman joined the gun group's junket to Russia, while compiling accusations of negligence and abuses of power at home.
How a potent odd couple came together, in 14 steps.
Here’s what we know about four pro-gun lawyers that the White House has installed at a critical federal agency.
The battle over the Supreme Court nominee will reveal a lot about the gun group’s influence.
Steve Cook, a former federal prosecutor, fiercely supports controversial policies calling for lengthy prison sentences.
Speaking at CPAC, Wayne LaPierre vowed to aggressively defend the president “for the next eight years.”
Proponents of universal background checks helped set the stage for a victory in the Land of Enchantment, but the NRA is stepping up its counter-offensive.
In his final year as U.S. Attorney, the new Justice Department boss dramatically increased firearms prosecutions. The majority of cases targeted non-violent offenders.
Trump demanded reports on immigrants and crime. Existing research shows that they are not nearly the threat the president has made them out to be.
Stephen Miller's dystopian vision of America sounds a lot like what the National Rifle Association's CEO described in Guns, Crime and Freedom
His attorney general nominee pledges to increase federal firearms prosecutions — but tools for nabbing traffickers will remain lacking.
The new president can't deliver on his vow to gut the Gun-Free School Zones Act on day one. But Republican lawmakers are laying the groundwork.
The attorney general nominee may have exaggerated his record as a US Attorney in the 1980s and 1990s. But his zeal for longer sentences is not in doubt.