A school shooting in the western Canadian province of Saskatchewan on Friday left four dead and others wounded, according to the the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
Democratic presidential candidate and Vermont senator Bernie Sanders will support amendment to the 2005 law on gunmakers’ liability for which he voted. He announced this decision on Saturday, January 16.
During a Saturday speech in Iowa, Marco Rubio warned the crowd of the impending doom of ISIS, suggesting that everyone might want to gun to protect themselves from the Islamic State.
Just kidding, the President’s not coming for your guns, but he did announce a series of executive actions Tuesday morning to possibly make them slightly harder to purchase than a pack of Sudafed, paired with stricter background checks and expanded mental health funding. Cue the freakout!
On Tuesday, January 5, President Obama will announce his plans to invoke more rigorous gun control across the country. Through executive actions he will implement expansive background checks and intensify federal enforcement of extant gun laws.
A 66-year-old white woman in Connecticut is alive and unharmed, despite brandishing a realistic-looking BB gun outside a police station, then pointing it at officers while shouting “Boom boom boom” and “Shoot me!”
Every school in the Los Angeles Unified School District was shuttered on Tuesday after an unspecified, wide-ranging threat was called in.
Students and faculty at Northeastern University are protesting the Northeastern University Police Department’s recent decision to equip officers with semi-automatic rifles, despite widespread controversy and opposition from the Boston police.
The issue of gun violence in America remains raw and it’s particularly heart-wrenching for Jennifer Hudson, whose mother, brother and nephew were murdered in 2008. The singer/actress recently spoke about her role in Spike Lee’s Chi-Raq in light of her family tragedy and the heightened focus on guns.
On Tuesday morning, Fox & Friends distinguished itself once more, cementing its place as a television program unafraid to offer you the lowest common denominator of American reactionary politics.
On a Sunday appearance on ABC News, Hillary Clinton condemned the president of Liberty University who earlier this week encouraged students to arm themselves and “end those Muslims.”
Have you ever been sitting on the couch watching an episode of Frasier, laughed at that scene when Niles misunderstood something Daphne said, and suddenly thought, “Oh shit, I really need to buy a new gun.”
Missouri State Representative Stacey Newman is deeply concerned about the state’s gun violence, and figures perhaps it might help matters to make guns a little harder to buy. Luckily, she’s got a perfect model right in front of her: Missouri’s abortion restrictions, some of the most onerous in the country.
On Thursday morning, aspiring politician Carly Fiorina appeared on Morning Joe to share some Republican talking points in the wake of the San Bernardino shooting that left 14 dead. The most striking of which was the juxtaposition between her condemnation of Islamic terrorism and her attitude that people on the terror…
Less than a week after the Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood shooting—a day during which the FBI processed two firearm background checks per second, and on which four people were shot at a restaurant in Sacramento—news of another mass shooting is rolling in. This time it’s in San Bernardino. If it seems like this…
The University of Chicago has canceled all classes and activities at its main Hyde Park campus on Monday after being warned of threats of gun violence against the campus from the FBI.
It’s really not clear how Nevada Assembly member Michele Fiore feels about guns. Can anyone tell us?