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As the six-month half-anniversary of Newtown was observed, some families of the victims are renewing their push for more gun control measures and liberal scribes in the media are on board, hoping to help the cause by lambasting gun rights advocates
N.H. (AP) Police in Concord, N.H., say they arrested a man who was creating a disturbance at a gun control rally outside the Statehouse. Police said 52-year-old Daniel Musso of Brentwood was arrested after touching a police officer...Tuesday on
CNN's Piers Morgan pushed for "federal gun control" and defended the "nanny state" on his Monday night show. CNN has no qualms showcasing such an outspoken liberal on its prime-time programming. "Isn't he right to be a nanny?" Morgan said of New York
Resident Johannah Hebl, who has been advocating for local gun control since the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., and six other residents spoke during last week's meeting. "We have too many precious children," Hebl said.
A growing number of Sacramento-area gun dealers about 200 and counting sold a total of 74,000 firearms in 2012, roughly 20,000 more than in the previous year. That's enough guns to provide a new firearm to every resident in the city of Folsom.
Sen. Joe Manchin, co-author of a plan to expand background checks on gun sales, is launching a TV ad to defend himself from attacks by the powerful National Rifle Association. Manchin will begin running the TV ad later this week, although details on
Goddard has never really left behind what happened to him at Virginia Tech. Shot four times during the single deadliest shooting massacre in U.S. history at his alma mater, Goddard has somehow managed to harness his pain for the greater good. Now he
Local lawmakers stood side by side with advocates Friday to call for stronger gun control on the six-month anniversary of the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. Lawmakers gathered on the steps of City Hall to rip Congress for
Republican Senator Johnny Isakson's office, Terry Gathings had the unenviable job of telling a group of elderly protesters they had to move out of the only shade and into the sun on a 90-degree day. I'll be 86 years old this August, and you are
Todd Jones, during his Senate confirmation hearing to become the next director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, has testified that out of over 48,000 people who made illegal purchases of firearms for prohibited individuals (