Last month saw the most gun-related background checks run by the Federal Bureau of Investigation of any March on record, documents released by the agency on Tuesday show.
Gun-rights proponents said on Monday that London’s rising murder rate is evidence of failed gun-control policies.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) announced on Wednesday that one of its gun crime initiatives has resulted in the arrest of 8 suspects who attempted to purchase guns despite being prohibited from doing so.
The National Rifle Association told the Washington Free Beacon that MSNBC anchor Ali Velshi is not currently counted as one of its members and never has been, despite the anchor’s on-air claim that the group conspired to count him as one in order to inflate their membership numbers.
The March for Our Lives rally in Washington, D.C., held on Saturday focused mainly on calls for a new ban of certain guns and ammunition magazines.
Gun-rights groups on Friday criticized the video sharing website YouTube for its new policy banning videos showcasing legal gun activity.
Citibank announced on Thursday that it would no longer do business with anyone who sells guns to any person under 21-years-old as well as anyone who sells so-called high capacity magazines.
Provisions that would help improve school security measures as well as ensure that required criminal and mental health records are submitted to the gun background check system were included in the Senate’s omnibus legislation on Wednesday.
Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton encouraged members of one of the nation’s largest gun control groups to attend the upcoming March For Our Lives rally in a fundraising email on Tuesday.