During the nationally televised town hall on gun violence on CNN, President Obama called out the NRA for not showing up and revealed that the Obama White House has repeatedly invited the NRA to the White House, but they have declined to show up.
Reporters talked to people who were standing in line for Donald Trump's Burlington, VT rally, and what they found were potential attendees who couldn't wait to voice their dislike of Trump.
The NRA's Wayne LaPierre was in favor of universal background checks and closing all loopholes -- way back in 1999.
Democrats are proving that they wouldn't put Ted Cruz out if he were on fire by not lifting a finger to help Cruz as he is being engulfed by Republican birther hysteria.
After Donald Trump intentionally created a public safety hazard by distributing 20,000 tickets for an event at a Burlington, VT arena that holds 1,400 people, Bernie Sanders supporters are fighting the bigotry in Bernie's back yard by reserving tickets and pledging not to show up.
You wouldn't know it by watching CNN or MSNBC, but there is a competitive primary taking shape in the Democratic Party as Bernie Sanders is making big gains on Hillary Clinton in Nevada.
During a radio interview in Arizona, Sen. John McCain got a little payback on Ted Cruz by going birth and questioning whether the Supreme Court will have to decide if Cruz is eligible to be president.
"If the Republican Party would rather work for the NRA than the American people and if they won't do their jobs to keep our children safe, then somebody else has to step up," Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) charged during a press call.
House Republicans began 2016 with a heartless and politically clueless vote to take health care away from 22 million Americans.
The NRA was invited to participate in President Obama's nationally televised town hall on gun violence, but instead of defending their positions, the NRA declined to participate.
A new poll shows that a supermajority of likely 2016 voters support President Obama's proposed executive actions on gun control.
On MSNBC's Morning Joe, Donald Trump called Hillary Clinton low energy, but the numbers reveal that Clinton has made dozens more campaign stops than the Republican frontrunner.
Fact checkers found that President Obama was telling the truth when he said that violent felons can buy a gun online without a background check.
Republicans are admitting that if Ted Cruz or Donald Trump wins the Republican nomination, they will destroy the GOP for a generation.
President Obama demonstrated his complete ownership over his Republican opponents as GOP members of Congress have been left scrambling after his executive action expanding background checks.
The Donald Trump campaign is reeling and spinning itself in circles after admitting that they accidentally screwed up the Republican frontrunner's first television ad by showing footage of Morocco instead of Mexico.
Responsible gun control is a moral issue. Catholics are praising President Obama for taking his announced executive action on gun control and urging Congress to follow his lead.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders went beyond supporting President Obama executive actions on gun violence. Sanders is promising that if elected president he will continue Obama's executive orders.
In response to the President's proposals to reduce gun violence, O'Malley brought the discussion home by pointing out that every day we do nothing, we lose more lives.