The gunman accused of killing two people outside a Halle synagogue was using homemade firearms — a far cry from military-style weaponry common in the U.S.
Two are dead and at least two are wounded after a shooting near a synagogue where dozens of worshippers were observing Yom Kippur.
It may go nowhere because President Donald Trump hasn't signed off on it yet.
Democrats have long contended their support for gun control laws doesn't mean they want to take away law-abiding citizen's firearms.
Walgreens, CVS and Wegmans have joined similar calls from Kroger and Walmart following multiple mass shootings in recent weeks.
The city's board of supervisors is urging other cities and states, as well as the federal government, to follow suit.
The announcement follows a string of mass shootings in the last month, one of which occurred at a Walmart store.
Presumably, Gov. Greg Abbott knows that most private gun sales in Texas don't require background checks.
President Donald Trump wants the death penalty process streamlined for mass shooters, and the Justice Department announced that it has drafted legislation.
The 2020 Democratic front-runner called the president's inaction "disgraceful" after another mass shooting in Texas.
Tony Perkins said children need to be taught about God so they don't turn into murderers.
“I’m still a little shook up," said the witness who took the video. "I’m just trying to wrap my mind around this because I never thought I would witness this."
Here's what we know about the shooting, said Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke: "This is fucked up."
Tips about potential acts of mass killings have spiked, and law enforcement appears to be paying close attention to threats.
The Ohio city's mayor, Nan Whaley, tweeted that she is "so excited" about the Sunday event.
Joseph Rubino's house contained clothing with white supremacist symbols and a purported "instruction manual for owning a slave," federal authorities said.
Adam Bowles hopes to raise at least one dollar for each of the 2,300 miles driven — funds that will go toward supporting the victims of the El Paso massacre.
The NRA said that it spoke to the president and that he's a "strong" Second Amendment advocate.