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The president said he'd "start counting votes" on the heels of two deadly mass shootings around the country this week.
The Parkland, Florida, mass shooting survivor interrupted a House hearing after Rep. Andy Biggs said more guns are needed due to a migrant "invasion."
After two mass murders by 18-year-olds, raising the age limit for gun purchases appears to be too much to ask.
The Democratic presidential hopeful doubled down on his controversial call for a mandatory buyback program for assault-style weapons.
The Democratic presidential candidate is defending his mandatory buyback plan after telling gun owners, "Hell yes, we’re going to take your AR-15."
Patrick Crusius’ mother told police she was worried about him owning the firearm, saying he lacked experience and maturity.
"Mr. President, do something — help America live without fear," the tabloid's editorial board wrote.
The California governor demanded that lawmakers act to protect the public in the wake of the Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting.
Eight men and three women were killed by suspected gunman Robert Bowers at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pennsylvania.
The company pulled assault-style weapons and accessories from their stores in February.