President Obama on Tuesday submitted his final budget, a $4.15 trillion annual plan, which includes additional spending his administration says will help reduce gun violence.
The Anti-Defamation League on Monday called on musician Ted Nugent to remove an image posted to his Facebook page showing the faces of prominent Jews who support gun control.
For the third year in a row, the current year’s record beat out the previous year, but feds are quick to blame tax policies for the ever-growing number.
The sweeping proposed changes include a nearly one month potential waiting period, universal background checks on transfers, proof of training and mandatory gun lock use.
A Wisconsin man with a Collector of Curio and Relics license is under investigation after authorities tied him to a number of sales through an online gun classifieds site.
A conservative activist group says President Obama does not have the legal authority to carry out his recently issued executive actions in a challenge launched Monday in federal court.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation tells the President that the gun industry is “profoundly disappointed” in his recent statements that the industry “stand in the way of improving public safety.”
The world’s largest gun show opened Tuesday in Las Vegas, setting a tone for a multibillion-dollar industry at odds with the Obama Administration.
Richard Feldman, of the Independent Firearm Owners Association, describes President Obama’s executive actions as “superficial” and calls them similar to those issued in 2013.
A measure to add “greater accountability” to licensed firearm dealers has been reintroduced in Congress.