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Without Obama in office, gun and ammunition sales might have been $10 billion lower.

Americans say 2-to1 that guns make their homes safer.

If anyone should have paid a price for opposing gun control, it was Chris Christie. But he hasn't.

Assuming there is some impetus for a new debate, here are a few things the you need to know about it.

State lawmakers thinking about backing new gun-control laws now have something extra to consider.

Will Bill de Blasio avoid a runoff in New York? And what will happen in the Colorado recalls?

The senator and the mayor believe in gun control. But only Schumer believes in political parties.

  • Jason Horowitz
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  • Jun 13, 2013
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Democrats say Republicans will pay a price in the 2014 election for their opposition to popular gun-control measures. But even for many in the Democratic caucus, gun control still isn't a litmus-test issue.

A new map by Organizing for Action shows the group's main strength lies in blue states.

  • Zachary A. Goldfarb and Juliet Eilperin
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  • May 7, 2013
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