President Trump said Wednesday that he projects success in Congress' endeavor to tackle gun rights and gun control legislation.
President Donald Trump riffed on President Obama while discussing background checks and school safety measures with a bipartisan, bicameral group at the White House.
The FBI failed. The Broward County Sheriff’s Department failed. And yet some on the left, and the mainstream media, are still blaming the NRA.
A survivor of the Florida school shooting spoke out against the Broward County sheriff as well as those who are injecting gun control politics into the tragedy.
Radio host Tony Katz blasted the companies that announced they were cutting ties with the National Rifle Association.
A.B. Stoddard said President Trump is not making it clear what he wants on gun control, and he's going to have to do so if he wants Republican lawmakers to go along with him.
Tucker Carlson battled a Florida Democrat over what he called the government's repeated "failures" to protect the students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School from a troubled former student.
In the wake of a deadly shooting at a Florida high school, the gun control debate has been thrust back into the spotlight.
A student who survived last week's massacre at a Florida high school said Wednesday he does not believe the tragedy is being covered fairly.
Wayne LaPierre, CEO of the National Rifle Association, addressed the Conservative Political Action Conference Thursday, pushing back on those who argue armed security makes people less safe.
During a listening session with school shooting victims' families and friends, President Trump agreed with a participant's contention that faculty should be properly trained and armed if they choose.
Survivors of the deadly shooting at a Florida high school gathered at the state's Capitol in Jacksonville on Wednesday to call for action and stricter gun control legislation.