A new poll showed Americans don't like gun control. But researchers found it all had to do with the questions.
One of the stars of a notoriously violent video game appears in a new anti-gun ad.
A 2013 National Academies report has become a hot topic in the dispute over whether the CDC should resume its controversial firearms research.
Concealed carry laws may be associated with a 33% rise in gun crime.
Most are over within minutes.
Gun violence is disproportionately affecting the country's African American population.
The State Department was working on streamlining rules about how small arms could be exported -- until last December.
A year after Newtown, nothing's happened on the federal level. Advocates say they're playing a long game.
The media’s interest in policy debates generally lasts only as long as politicians are willing to spar in front of the cameras.
Why is Paul lending his name to this sort of thing?
Manchin-Toomey may be dead. But that doesn't mean there's nothing we can do to reduce violence.
The great gun control freak-out has gone too far.
The Obama administration is running one of the most consequential political experiments in history. The early results will unnerve many who think they know how Washington works.
Let's talk about political courage.
Harry Reid supports Manchin-Toomey but he voted no. He had no choice.
Don't like what happened to the gun bill? Blame the Senate, not just the senators.
This time, the debate is about the gun bill. And answering it requires looking beyond background checks.
On one side of the ledger is most everything that we think moves Congress. On the other side is everything we wish didn't move Congress. Guess which side is winning?
Over the last month and a half, news organizations have covered Newtown in a fundamentally different way than they have other shootings. And that’s because President Obama has given journalists a story they can’t resist.
It looks like the assault weapons ban will have trouble passing Congress. But that might actually be a good thing for the rest of the law. Call it the public-option theory of passing gun control.