Direct quotes from the Democratic nominee on gun control, the Second Amendment, and the NRA.
The invite-only group of lawmakers gleefully defied GOP leaders to defeat the terror gap bill.
But Democrats who staged a sit-in will probably vote against it.
A compromise bill to close the gap is still viable. Its GOP sponsors just need six more votes.
By backing the Collins compromise, Harry Reid and co. turn up the pressure on Republicans to find a way to keep terror suspects from buying guns.
Unsurprisingly, they share characteristics with those opposing universal background checks.
Senator Susan Collins' bill began to pick up support from members of both parties after four gun bills failed in the Senate — but will it get enough?
Four gun bills are expected to go down to defeat in the Senate today, but a compromise measure may be gaining steam — potentially forcing a showdown within the GOP.
Yesterday, a 15-hour filibuster focused on closing the loophole. Here are the three different ways Senators propose to do so.
After Orlando attacks, the group again declares that terrorists "are not deterred" by firearm restrictions.
Yesterday, a 15-hour filibuster focused on closing the loophole.