Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton highlights the “genuine differences” between her and opponent Bernie Sanders in their policies on handling gun violence.
Parents of a Sandy Hook school shooting victim correct the record about their intentions in filing a lawsuit against Bushmaster after presidential candidate Bernie Sanders presented the case as attacking the gun maker because its gun was used in the massacre.
The NRA has successfully lobbied at the state and federal levels in passing pro-gun legislation — more so than left-leaning groups, as Georgetown law professor David Cole writes in a opinion piece with The New York Times.
I believe that when good citizens seek to own or carry a firearm, their intent for doing so can be boiled down to either self-defense or defense of other.
Columnists with The New York Times argue that under the Heller decision firearms can be registered and gun owners licensed.
Charles Cooke argues the landmark gun case, and one of the few favoring opinions by late Justice Scalia, is reason to prolong the historically short confirmation process of naming a new Justice.
The New York Times looks at gun culture in New Hampshire, one of the most gun friendly states in the country, and highlighted local attitudes toward owning firearms.
Christopher A. Preble, vice president for defense and foreign policy studies at the Cato Institute, argues that selective service is arbitrary now that the U.S. uses an all volunteer military.
The New York Times applauded the effort by the social networking giant for banning the private sale of firearms on its platforms.
Two reporters from The Guardian newspaper were ejected from the largest gun show in the world after attempting to report on the firearms used in the San Bernardino mass shooting.