Florida School Shooting Survivors Join Rally Outside NRAIt’s been a busy and productive summer for many students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Prosecutors: Accused Russian Spy Is Flight Risk, Should Stay In Jail Until TrialFederal prosecutors are releasing details about the arrest of an alleged Russian spy.
Group Of Parents In Parkland Form Political Action CommitteeThe ongoing battle for gun reform by parents and victims of a school shooting could be hitting another gear.
Parkland Activists Spur Voter Registration At 1,000 SchoolsSurvivors from the deadly school shooting in Parkland know that a key to change in gun laws will come during this year’s midterm elections.
Ted Nugent: Florida School Shooting Survivor David Hogg 'Brainwashed'A famous rock-and-roller continues to speak out against the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and its survivors.
Critics Across Partisan Divide Assail Florida's New Gun LawThose hoping for more gun control are looking at an odd source for the beginning of change; the state of Florida.
Delta, United Are Latest Companies To Cut Ties With NRASupport continues to dwindle for the National Rifle Association following the deadly school shooting in Parkland, Florida.
Trump Talks New Gun Measures, Gun Owners Talk 'Betrayal'President Donald Trump is upsetting a new group of Americans; his own supporters.
Gun Safety Groups Want Apple TV & Amazon Fire To Pull NRATV Two gun safety groups are calling for Apple, Amazon, Google and Roku to get rid of the NRA's online video channel.
NRA's Wayne LaPierre Hits Democrats, Media On Gun ControlAmid America's most energized gun debate in years, the National Rifle Association's executive vice president and CEO Wayne LaPierre slammed congressional Democrats and the media.
NRA Rejects Idea Of Raising Minimum Age To Buy RiflesThe National Rifle Association is rejecting ideas to raise the minimum age for purchasing rifles.
Trump's Willingness To Improve Background Checks May Not Be Enough For Student ActivistsPresident Trump "is supportive of efforts to improve the federal background check system" for those buying guns, a White House spokesperson said Monday. This less than a week after the deadly Parkland school shooting.