The Washington Post

The nation's largest gun rights groups goes after a leading gun control activist.

Innocuous, bipartisan proposal to expand hunting and fishing rights gets caught up in election-year scuffle over gun policy.

Potential debate comes 15 months after gun rights legislation stalled on Capitol Hill.

But Senate leader admits he still lacks the support needed to expand the program.

The actress is joining a Hollywood campaign to pass new mental health legislation.

Bill does not include ban on guns produced through 3-D printers that Democrats pushed for.

His conservative bona fides are on trial in the lead-up to 2016.

Events to be held this week were scheduled before the Navy Yard shootings.

Senior senator suggests it might be time to reconsider the issue of gun control.

Former congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords will try to revive the contentious debate over the nation's gun laws next week with a fly-around tour of states whose senators rebuffed popular opinion and voted against expanding background checks. Giffords and her husband, astronaut Mark Kelly, plan to swoop into Alaska, North Dakota, Nevada and New Hampshire to hold […]

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