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Four children and two adults were shot and killed Wednesday when gunfire erupted in a home outside Houston, law enforcement officials said.
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Police say a 5-year-old boy was hit by gunfire in a gang-related shooting Tuesday night in Southeast Portland.
A federal court has ordered the city of Chicago to pay almost $1 million in legal fees to the National Rifle Association, the Washington Times reported on Monday.
It's a good thing Charlton Heston didn't live to see Dawn of the Planet of the Apes .
Chicago's ban on the sale and transfer of firearms was overturned [JURIST report] in January after the NRA brought claims that the ban was unconstitutional.
Position changes everything, and with the right position you can go from being vulnerable to a position of complete strength.
In a rare show of bipartisanship between Republicans, blue dogs, and embattled Democrats facing tight elections, the Senate overwhelmingly approved a bizarre plan to use federal funds to encourage shooting on public land and exempt lead bullets from pollution guidelines.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg says he plans to spend $50 million this year to build a grassroots network against gun violence.
Michael Bloomberg 's $50 million "Everytown" machine aims to survey 2014 political candidates to nail down how far they're willing to renege on that "shall not be infringed" proscription in the Constitution they all swear an oath to uphold, The Washington Post reported Sunday .
It's more obvious that we need enhanced background checks for people buying guns.
In Colorado, they take their gun rights seriously - even if their elected representatives forget to do so .
A new commentary from the National Rifle Association claims that laws relating to the buying, owning, and carrying of firearms are "equally as unconstitutional" as Jim Crow laws that created legal racial discrimination in the United States.
Using sharp rhetoric, Zephyr Teachout's running mate Tim Wu is calling out Gov. Andrew Cuomo's LG candidate Kathy Hochul for being in "hiding" due to her more conservative positions on the Second Amendment and the best strategy to curtail illegal immigration.
Former Mayor Michael Bloomberg's gun control group has begun questioning all House and Senate candidates on firearms laws in a bid to influence November's midterm elections.
Gov. Chris Christie on Monday defended his decision to veto legislation that would have imposed stricter limits on gun ammunition magazines in the state.
A federal court is ordering the city of Chicago to pay the National Rifle Association nearly $1 million in legal fees.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 06:28 am
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