Speaker Nancy Pelosi called out Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for putting politics ahead of the lives of kids after the Santa Clarita shooting.
Senate Republicans blocked a bill to pass universal background checks while an active school shooting was going on in Santa Clarita, CA.
A Senate investigation has found that the NRA provided Russians access to Republicans in exchange for lucrative business opportunities.
Being on the right side of this issue is good business – and the National Rifle Association is gradually losing its grip on the gun debate.
With one move, Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer tied Donald Trump's hands by giving him an offer he would be insane to turn down.
A majority of Americans (52%) support a government program to buyback assault weapons and get them out of the hands of potential mass shooters.
The San Francisco city council has passed a resolution deeming the NRA a domestic terrorist organization.
After Walmart announced that they were no longer selling handguns and ammo, the NRA responded by threatening the nation's largest retailer.
Trump said that the mass shooting in Odessa, Texas has done nothing to change his mind on doing something substantial about gun violence.
Five people were killed, including a shooter, and around 21 were injured in a gun rampage in the cities of Midland and Odessa in west Texas on Saturday, police and a local television station reported.
The sellout is complete: Donald Trump will oppose any universal background check legislation that Congress might send to his desk.
Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) explained that Republicans are afraid of the perception of the NRA, but the reality is that the gun lobby is weak and in chaos.
The American people are growing increasingly tired of Republicans refusing to offer anything but empty thoughts and prayers.
A leaked memo revealed that the House Republican strategy is to downplay the role of white supremacy while blaming the left for mass shootings.
The Senate majority leader refused to say whether he would support legislation to tighten background checks on gun sales.
Republicans show the ultimate disrespect to mass shooting victims by holding a voter registration drive at a gun show just after two mass shootings.
Trump and McConnell have been saying that the appetite is not there for action on assault weapon, but a new poll reveals that 70% of Americans and 54% of Republicans want assault weapons banned.
Senate Republicans are looking into new legislation on regulating video games, while doing nothing about guns, after the latest round of mass shootings.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) has no interest in allowing a vote on the House-passed bill to expand background checks.
Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA) said that he will oppose legislation banning the guns that allow mass shooters to kill more people because assault weapons are popular.