President Barack Obama’s executive orders on curbing gun violence after the Newtown massacre has people on both sides of the gun control issue all abuzz. We look at how we can prevent such tragedies in […]
Thousands of people, many holding signs with names of gun violence victims and messages such as “Ban Assault Weapons Now,” joined a rally for gun control on Saturday, marching from the Capitol to the Washington Monument.
Democratic lawmakers were joined by mayors, law enforcement officials and gun violence victims Thursday to introduce the first significant piece of gun control legislation to be put to Congress since the massacre in Newtown, Conn. that left 26 dead.
In exchange for supermarket gift cards, Miamians flocked to Liberty City to trade their guns for supermarket gift cards and Miami Heat tickets on Saturday.
In a potentially historic move, President Barack Obama revealed some of the most far-reaching gun control policy reforms in more than a decade. The plans are drawing partisan support and scorn from local and national politicians.
On Friday, city and county leaders in Broward and Miami-Dade joined Sheriff Israel and Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz at Broward Sheriff’s Office to discuss gun control.
A little more than an hour after a moment of silence was marked across the nation to remember the 26 lives lost in the Newtown school shootings, the National Rifle Association finally broke its silence on the issue.
While some retailers are removing guns from their shelves and major investment firms are divesting themselves of investments in gun companies, weapons continue to fly off the shelf in South Florida.
A South Florida teenager arrested for threatening an attack on his school did not appear in court Wednesday afternoon as expected. Instead, a judge ordered the teen to home detention and scheduled another hearing in January.
President Barack Obama took on the issue of gun control head on Wednesday, but Governor Rick Scott is not ready to move ahead with any new gun laws in Florida just yet.