John Rudolf on Justice

Wayne LaPierre, the NRA's chief lobbyist, will be among the star witnesses at tomorrow's Senate Judiciary Committee hearing
New Mexico, with its Wild West history, is not known as a hotbed of anti-gun sentiment. So the fate of a new legislative
Here are Obama's direct quotes: Meanwhile, more than 80 percent favor prohibiting "high-risk individuals" from having guns
After a bitterly contentious and emotional hearing on gun control yesterday -- the first since 20 children and six educators
Neil Heslin, whose 6-year-old son was among the 20 children gunned down by Adam Lanza in a Connecticut elementary school
Sen. Dianne Feinstein's bill banning assault weapons and high-capacity ammunition clips will struggle to pass the Senate
First, anyone who wants to get a gun must demonstrate a valid reason why they should be allowed to do so. Under longstanding
The essay is for sale, priced at 99 cents, as a "Kindle Single" on the Amazon website. King also has harsh words for pro
The House Republican leadership vowed late last year that their first order of business in the new Congress would be passing
Another vote is set for Jan. 15 on an additional $51 billion in Sandy aid, House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) said. That
In this week's Huffington, John Rudolf profiles the Newark Police Department as it faces steep budget and personnel cuts. "Newark's cops do not work at an ordinary job, like the rest of us," John Rudolf writes. The dangers they routinely face make them more like "soldiers on the front lines of a ceaseless, low-intensity war."