In a direct vote, Republicans would overwhelmingly support expanding background cheeks on gun purchases.
The surprisingly muted reaction to the collapse of an attempt to change gun laws.
The main suspect is still recovering from wounds -- but that isn't stopping Congress from speaking out.
The White House didn't engage in horse trading over gun control. Maybe they should have.
Why did so many attempts at gun legislation fail? Look at these four senators.
By a wide 51 to 29 percent margin, more people say a gun in the house makes it a safer place to be rather than more dangerous, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.
Just 35 percent of Americans view the former president positively, according to the most recent NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.
Gun rights advocates might be outnumbered by gun control supporters but they make up for it in intensity.
New Post-ABC polling suggests that this isn't a black and white issue anymore.