The two 2020 presidential candidates are sparring over making mandatory buybacks on assault rifles part of Democrats' push for stricter gun control laws.
Democrats have long contended their support for gun control laws doesn't mean they want to take away law-abiding citizen's firearms.
Texas state Rep. Briscoe Cain is facing a potential FBI investigation over a menacing message he sent to the Democratic presidential candidate.
But no, it would not mean "federal agents knocking on doors," the Democratic presidential candidate said.
O'Rourke called the tweet from Briscoe Cain a "death threat," and his campaign is reporting it to the FBI.
The heads of companies like Twitter, Uber, Lyft, Airbnb and Reddit want lawmakers to expand background checks and strengthen "red flag" laws.
Former Rep. Gabby Giffords will bring 11 gun safety advocates and shooting survivors to the debate. Six are survivors of the massacre in El Paso, Texas.
The president is expected to receive a briefing Thursday on potential gun control proposals. He's keeping everyone guessing whether he'll back any of them.
Polling shows the party’s voters back ambitious proposals from 2020 presidential candidates. But members of Congress are more cautious.
Eight presidential candidates put their differences aside for a common goal.
The president is expected to be briefed on potential gun control proposals this week.
The House speaker warned the Senate majority leader that Democrats aren't backing down on the matter.
Gov. Greg Abbott, an avid gun-rights supporter, avoided taking any action around gun purchases.
Jaboukie Young-White thinks harnessing gun nuts' toxic masculinity and using it against them is the best plan of action.
The newspaper listed the names of hundreds of victims of mass shootings to urge the Senate majority leader to "do something."
“If the president is in favor of a number of things that he has discussed openly and publicly — and I know that if we pass it, it’ll become law — I’ll put it on the floor,” the Senate majority leader pledged.
Lori Lightfoot hit out at the Republican Texas senator after he cited Chicago as an example for why "gun control doesn't work."
The 2020 Democratic front-runner called the president's inaction "disgraceful" after another mass shooting in Texas.
“I think it’s a problem of the heart, to be honest with you. We have some of the most violent video games that you can see," Mayor David Turner told MSNBC.