Once again, the demands to make classes of firearms illegal are thundering out of the spokespeople for gun control advocacy groups and politicians.
Following a fatal shooting at UCLA this week, President Obama on Thursday called for an end to what he’s called an American epidemic.
Obama’s deputy national security adviser, Ben Rhodes, said this trip “will shine a spotlight on the tremendous and devastating human toll of war.”
The suit names U.S. District Court Judge Gloria Navarro, Senator Harry Reid, Rory Reid and President Obama, and asks for Bundy’s indictment to be dropped.
A national gun rights group on Monday chided President Obama after he called for a push to develop smart gun technology last week.
The battle over the Supreme Court’s vacancy continues as another GOP senator agrees to meet with President Obama’s pick.
A firearms classifieds website recently announced that all local and person to person private sales of firearms conducted through its website will be free of charge.
A New York state Democrat wants to close a loophole in gun sale laws that she says potentially allows suspected terrorists to purchase firearms.
Attorney General Loretta Lynch is again urging states to work with the federal government to improve crime reporting and provide NICS with a broader spectrum of information.
ATF’s most recent report on U.S. gun manufacturing and exports indicates the nation saw a dip in firearms production in 2014.