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He was invited to the White House, and then he was accused of being a government operative who wants to help the President confiscate people's firearms.
So far this academic year, at least 77 students — some as young as 4 years old — have been caught with firearms.
Bump fire devices let black rifles fire hundreds of rounds per minute. They've become hot accessories for the growing tactical weapons set.
A Minnesota woman wrote the vow in 1996 before fading off the scene. Now Mary Lewis Grow is redoubling her efforts.
Activists are pushing animal parks to take down their "no-guns" signs. But what's the larger message?
After a $30 million settlement, the company now faces two new suits for alleged trigger defects.
How Hawaii manages to be home to both a rising number of firearms and rock-bottom rates of gun violence.
The New Jersey governor and Republican presidential candidate says a bipartisan bill tightening gun surrender laws for abusers is redundant. But is it?
The NRA talking point was discredited almost 50 years ago.
The Republican presidential hopeful's rhetoric on gun laws is an idiosyncratic mix of red meat and deviations from his party's script.