Gun and ammunition sellers have benefited from huge sales spikes in the wake of the terrorist attack in Orlando, Florida and a subsequent push for new gun control measures.
A number of House Democrats are protesting for votes on new gun control measures by sitting down on the floor of Congress.
A Florida man is recovering in the hospital after breaking into a woman’s home, soiling himself, and getting shot by the homeowner.
The four gun proposals introduced in the wake of the terrorist attack in Orlando, Florida, failed to reach the required 60 votes for passage during a Senate vote on Monday.
The gun store where a CBS News employee purchased a gun for a segment that aired yesterday on “CBS This Morning” has filed a report with the Virginia State Police and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives over concerns the purchase was unlawful.
Representative Diane Black (R., Tenn.) criticized the Senate deal to vote on new gun control measures on Thursday.
The National Rifle Association said on Wednesday it would be happy to meet with Republican nominee Donald Trump to discuss how to keep terrorists from obtaining firearms but that it would not change its position.
“We are happy to meet with Donald Trump,” Chris Cox, head of the NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action, told the Washington Free Beacon in a statement. “The NRA’s position on this issue has not changed.”
A new report shows that more than 90 people have been killed on American soil in attacks by radical islamists since the terror attacks on September 11th, 2001.
A gun rights group which advocates on behalf of armed gay Americans offered condolences and urged gays to defend themselves in the face of the terror attack at a gay bar in Orlando on Sunday.
Yahoo News will continue to employ Katie Couric as its global anchor despite evidence that documentaries she executive produced and narrated were deceptively edited.